Deshaun Watson had a chance to bolster his MVP candidacy in Baltimore. Instead, he saw it implode in a crushing defeat.
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32. Ryan Finley (LW: 31)
Finley was horrendous against the Raiders. Nothing against the kid, but he’s a backup at best, and probably not even that.
31. Jeff Driskel (LW: 32)
Driskel did some good things against the Cowboys in a 35-27 loss for the Lions. There weren’t many incredible throws if any, but Driskel helped amass 27 points and keep the game close. Can’t ask for much more.
30. Mason Rudolph (LW: 27)
Rudolph’s week hurt both his head and in the numbers. Four interceptions isn’t doing much for making people think you’re the heir to Ben Roethlisberger. It’s tough to see Rudolph ever being a quarterback of note.
29. Brandon Allen (LW: 28)
Allen had the Broncos out of the gates and rolling to a 20-0 halftime lead. Still, he finished the day 17-of-39 for 240 yards with a touchdown and an interception. The Broncos could do worse than Allen as a backup, but he’s not a decent starter.