NFL power rankings: Ranking all 32 quarterback rooms heading into 2024 season

Let's rank all 32 QB rooms in the NFL ahead of the 2024 season.
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2. Bengals - Joe Burrow, Jake Browning

Jake Browning showed that he's quite the backup QB, taking over for Joe Burrow when he went down with a season-ending wrist injury. The Bengals should rest soundly knowing that their QB room is quite deep, as Browning did come it and help keep the Bengals afloat.

Jake Browning tossed 12 touchdowns against seven interceptions in nine games for the Bengals in 2023, posting a 98.4 passer rating. Yeah, that'll do. Heck, many starting QBs have stretches of play like that. With Burrow set to return to the lineup, the hope is that Cincinnati never needs to play Browning again unless they've clinched a playoff seed.

Nonetheless, Burrow and Browning make for a top QB room in the NFL.

1. Chiefs - Patrick Mahomes, Carson Wentz

Yeah, this is obvious, and even their backup QB might be among the best in the NFL. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs have won three out of the last five Super Bowls and are atop the football world as the league's newest dynasty. They have shown no signs of slowing down and again had a strong offseason.

As the QB2, Wentz brings a ton of experience, and was once a Super Bowl-winning QB himself back in 2017. Wentz has bounced around several teams since falling off of a huge cliff in Philly, but being in a stable situation in Kansas City and being able to be coached by Andy Reid is going to do wonders for him and any chances he has left of being a starter in the NFL.

There you have it; all 32 quarterback rooms in the NFL ranked from worst to best heading into the 2024 season. Where did we get it right? Where did we get it wrong? I bet at the end of the regular season, these rankings could look a lot different.