Who will be the Top NFL QB over the next 5 years

The NFL is filled with a whole load of great talent, and a bunch of really good young playing right now. We know the QB position is the ultimate position to have in the game today, especially with the style that the game is played right now. We will take a look at some of the best QBs playing right now, who are young and look to have the best future of the QBs today.

Joe Burrow; 
Watching Joe Burrow play behind that horrific offensive line and still having the success that he did is really something special. Out of all the quarterbacks that threw 30 TD passes or more, no other quarterback has been sacked more than Joe Burrow, who was sacked 117 times already, which comes to 39 sacks / season for the 26 year old QB. This is a guy who was constantly in jeopardy of being drilled in the backfield on virtually every pass play, yet still puts up 282 YPG and 68% passing completion /year. And on top of that, Joe doesn’t nearly have the feet that Josh Allen or Patrick Mahomes have, he’s not stuck in cement, but teams aren’t concerned he’s going to bolt off for a 50-yard run when things go awry. It looks as if the game is already slowing down for him as he improved greatly from his first year where he still looked pretty solid where he is now already. 

Josh Allen; 
The 6-5 quarterback from Buffalo is one of the more exciting players in the NFL today. Not only does he have the build, he’s also very likable, and he has an incredible skill set. He’s a risk-taker, so he’s not afraid to sling the ball downfield; he isn’t afraid to take big chances. And his ability to be able to run when things fall apart has been obvious with his 36 rushing touchdowns since 2018, this guy knows how to move the chains, as he has picked up 5.7 /carry over his career. When he was a rookie he overthrew his guys too much, and he went down field too often as well, but he has greatly improved in both aspects of his game. This is a guy with awesome pure skill and an amazing future ahead of him.

Patrick Mahomes.
So I feel that Patrick Mahomes it’s kind of behind the eight-ball here, the reason being, because he’s the oldest of the QBs we’re discussing as he is sitting at 27 years old, he has 5 years playing behind him already. We know what he’s done over the last 5 years he hasn’t changed much, you know what you’re getting. You’re getting a quarterback with great accuracy, a huge arm, and the ability to make some insane throws that many other quarterbacks would dream of throwing. I just don’t think that in another 5 years he’s going to change much more than what we already have on the field. We know who Patrick Mahomes is. 
In 5 years Mahomes will be 32 years old. He’s going to be pretty awesome, still. 

Justin Herbert; 
Another stud quarterback who is only 24 years old, has shown signs of becoming a monster for the NFL to deal with for many many years. Already with 12,689 yards passing and 89 TD passes in just 3 years, Herbert has shown a great improvement in decision-making, as his pass completion percentage has always been good, hitting the 66% mark over the last 3 seasons. 
He doesn’t throw a lot of interceptions for the amount of passes that he throws, as he is only thrown interceptions 1.8% of the time and considered one of the VegasTopDogs

Granted, there are a lot of young quarterbacks who are very good. Dak is good, Kyler Murray can also play very well, but I just don’t know if they are going to be at these guys’ levels in another 5 years. These are the 3 that I think have the biggest chance to be the best in 5 years. Any one of these guys you can’t go wrong with, they all have exceptional quarterback ability and very bright futures in the NFL.

Who do you think will be the king of the mountain in 5 years?

Are the Bengals the most dangerous offensive team in the playoffs

The NFL playoffs are here and it’s time to see who are going to be the favorites to win it all.  Who are going to let down their fan base, and who forget to show up at the bus. You often hear how defense wins championships and in many cases this is absolutely true, as a defense with a top 10 ranking has been champion in 8 of the last 10.  
But I’ve always been a fan of the offensive scheme.
Personally, I feel a better offense has a slight advantage over a better defense. My reasoning – the offense knows exactly what the play is – the defense has to adjust. On the other hand, a team with the top 10 ranking scoring wise, has been champion 9 out of 10 seasons. So take your pick – what’s your preference? Bottom line – you typically need to be able to play well on both sides of the ball, but the age old saying that “defense wins championships” does not hold true as the sole cog behind a championship team – as scoring the ball is just as important in this day and age.

So what we’re going to examine here is – who has and who could be the most feared offensive team in the playoffs this year.

After their 26-19 win vs the Raiders on 1.15.2022 – the Cincinnati Bengals showed some great stuff when facing a tough Las Vegas team. The Bengals play in the division with Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Baltimore – all teams that are very tough to beat, and they all have a defense that is problematic to deal with. When you know your team is going against a viable and competitive defensive team, and you’re still hanging 27 points a game, that says something.

Cincinnati has seemed to thrive when it comes to needing to put points on the board. Their ability to not shrink when the pressure is on – has been spectacular. With the weapons the Bengals have on offense in JaMarr Chase & Tee Higgins, in particular, how can they not feel comfortable needing to score 30, if they need to?

They have looked even far better than I think most people expected them to look this year. They ended the season averaging 27 /game after scoring just 19 /game last year. Cincinnati also seems to have patience – whereas if things aren’t going smoothly early, they have a running game that’s more than capable of trudging along, until it’s time for Joe Burrow to let it rip. Their running game is only at 23rd for rushing yards – but it’s been proven that Joe Mixon can get yards, with his 1205 rushing YDs and 13 rushing TDs – he’s often actually overlooked because of the explosive weapons on the outside that they have. Having that as yet, another option, is an immense push in their favor.

Tee Higgins has phenomenal hands and makes some ridiculous catches in double teams. JaMarr Chase has such scorching, blazing speed that when he gets the ball he’s a constant threat to take off for a 50-yarder. And Tyler Boyd is such a good WR3 for them as he quietly has put up 67 catches and 828 YDs this season. And this is with a subpar Oline. The Bengals are a very dangerous team especially on big play ability. Their ability to score from 30 or 40 yds out at any given time is incredible. Chase had 22 plays of 20 or more yards this year and Higgins had 17 plays of 20 or more yards this year. They are very difficult to deal with – for even the best DBs. When Burrow has a little bit of time in that pocket and he can find his guys. Get down on your favorite picks now at AmericasBookie.
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