Vinny Testaverde Division
20. Nick Foles (LW: 19)
Foles looked nothing like his postseason self in the Eagles’ opener on Thursday night, but he did enough for the win. Foles threw for a measly 117 yards on 19-of-34 passing with an interception, amassing a grizzly 3.4 yards per attempt.
19. Derek Carr (LW: 16)
Carr stunk against the Rams, plain and simple. He threw for 303 yards but his trio of interceptions — including one of the worst throws ever witnessed — all but sealed Oakland’s fate in the return of Jon Gruden. Both he and the Raiders need to be much, much better in Denver.
18. Dak Prescott (LW: 14)
Prescott hasn’t been good for a while now. The former fourth-round pick has thrown for at least 300 yards once in his last 23 regular-season games, and while yardage isn’t everything, the Cowboys need more than the 170 he authored against the Panthers.
17. Andy Dalton (LW: 21)
Dalton threw a comically bad interception on the first drive against the Colts on Sunday, but rebounded to finish 21-of-28 for 243 yards with a pair of touchdowns. Dalton isn’t going to become more than league average, but he’ll win his share of games.