The Week 13 edition of the 2017 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings sees some mix ups including a big drop from Dak Prescott who has struggled without Zeke
We all were treated to an early slate of games in Week 12 as Thanksgiving Day brought us contests between the Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions early, followed by the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Chargers in the afternoon. The night was capped off with a meeting of NFC East rivals as the New York Giants and Washington Redskins played one another.
The best game of those contests was clearly the opening one between the Vikings and Lions. Detroit was in their throwbacks, which they should consider using full-time, which made it feel like Thanksgiving. Also staying true to tradition, they lost the game — although it was just a one-score difference in the end. The crazy part was seeing how Case Keenum has matured into such a talented quarterback for Minnesota, and he has them in full control of the NFC North.
Thanksgiving night ended with a boring game between two teams that don’t scare anyone. Washington outlasted the Giants, who look as though they may have finally given up on the season, and their coach.
Dallas and Los Angeles sandwiched those games, and quarterback Dak Prescott continued to struggle without the presence of running back Ezekiel Elliott.
All that happened in just one day, but there was plenty more football after that. Here we will examine how the three games mentioned above, as well as all the others in Week 12 affect our 2017 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings.