The Best Quarterbacks Of 2022

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Vote up the best QBs in 2022.

Who is the best quarterback in the NFL in 2022? It's an argument that will rage on as long as the NFL exists. Over the last decade, the question of the best current quarterback in pro football came down to two players: Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. Both of dominated the league, but there's a new breed of quarterbacks who can stake their claim to being the best in the league. Who are the best quarterbacks in the NFL in 2022? Which quarterbacks do you love?

When it comes to the best QBs of 2022, the Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a resume up there with anyone. He's won a Super Bowl and is a 4x NFL MVP, after all. The best quarterbacks in 2022 could also be Patrick Mahomes, Matthew Stafford, or Russell Wilson, who have all taken their teams the distance. Then there's still Tom Brady to contend with, as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.

Vote up the best quarterback in the NFL right now, and help decide which quarterback owns 2022. Then check out the best running backs of 2022!

  • Patrick Mahomes
    Photo: user uploaded image
    417 votes

    Patrick Mahomes

    The Super Bowl LIV Champion and MVP is one of the funnest NFL players to watch in 2022. With an NFL MVP and Offensive Player of the Year Award already under his belt, the fifth year pro is the future of the NFL at the quarterback position. Mahomes rocket arm and undeniable leadership will one day have his name atop lists of the all time greats. 

    • Birthplace: Tyler, Texas
    • Teams: Kansas City Chiefs
  • Josh Allen
    Photo: Buffalo Bills / Instagram
    372 votes

    It had to sting for Josh Allen to sit at home watching the Super Bowl, knowing how close his Bills were last season, following a tight loss to Kansas City in the second round of the NFL playoffs. The two-time Pro Bowler is the Bills franchise record holder for regular season passing yards and touchdowns in addition to the first NFL quarterback to have a touchdown-scoring drive on every offensive possession of a game. How's that for one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL right now?

    • Birthplace: Firebaugh, California
    • Teams: Buffalo Bills
  • Jalen Hurts
    Photo: Philadelphia Eagles / Instagram
    318 votes

    What hurts the most   (Jalen)
    Was being so close  (to being a decent starting quarterback)
    And having so much to say  (to the Philly media who gave him shit all year while he quietly went about his business and led the Eagles to the playoffs)
    And watching you walk away  (after fumbling once and throwing two INTs in the playoffs)
    And never knowing  (it's actually pretty obvious Hurts is a rush-first QB)
    What could've been  (rip Carson Wentz)
    And not seeing that love in you  (why would he love a local media that constantly trashes him)
    Is what I was trying to do  (#TankForBryceYoung_2023)

  • Joe Burrow
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    360 votes

    Only two quarterbacks in football history have won a college football national championship and a Super Bowl as the lone starting QB for their teams. Joe Namath and Joe Montana did it. Joe Burrow came damn close in only his second NFL season, until Rams star DT Aaron Donald had other plans. The sky's the limit for Burrow, whose only downside is his team's dire need to draft more offensive linemen. Can Burrow get Cincy back to the Super Bowl in a stacked AFC where he'll be competing against the likes of Pat Mahomes, Josh Allen, Lamar Jackson, and Justin Herbert every year for the next decade? Time will tell, but at least it will be fun as hell watching Burrow laser TDs to Ja'Marr Chase for the foreseeable future.

  • Justin Herbert
    Photo: Los Angeles Chargers / Instagram
    303 votes

    As a wise man once said, 

    "Don't the best of them bleed it out //
    While the rest of them peter out? //
    Truth or consequence, say it aloud // 
    Use that evidence, race it around. 

    There goes my hero //
    Watch him as he goes //
    There goes my hero //
    He's ordinary..."

    And that man was Brandon Staley, talking about his Los Angeles Chargers franchise quarterback Justin Herbert. Pro Bowler. Rookie of the Year. 9,350 yards and 69 TDs in two seasons. 15-17 as a starter. He's ordinary.

  • Lamar Jackson
    Photo: Baltimore Ravens / Instagram
    278 votes

    Lamar Jackson

    Before Jackson's season was cut short in 2021, the NFL All Pro QB put together his third straight season with over 3,500 all purpose yards. And while 2021 might've felt like a step back for the former Heisman, after an impossibly injury ridden season, the Jackson-led Ravens are ready to take their next three steps forward by virtue of regression to the mean.

    • Birthplace: Pompano Beach, Florida
    • Teams: Baltimore Ravens