2. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers’ playoff woes continued with a Divisional Round loss, but he had an incredible season-winning MVP and had one of the most efficient seasons by a quarterback in history. Rodgers had 37 touchdown passes and only four interceptions and started every game except one. Two of his four picks came in the very first game of the season, which is wild.
1. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs
Patrick Mahomes is the most gifted and best overall quarterback in the league with all the intangibles, and it has been this way for the past three seasons. He consistently gets his team playing in meaningful games late in January and into February.
The consistency he has shown since entering the league in all facets of the game is very impressive, and at his age, he isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. He will be a cornerstone of the NFL and the quarterback position for a long time. He had 37 touchdown passes and 13 interceptions this year, and almost 5,000 passing yards.
You can claim Rodgers is the best quarterback in the league, but the regular season plus the postseason success is what separates Mahomes from Rodgers and puts him at the top of this list.
Where is Joe Burrow ranked on your list?