Three Most Undervalued NFL Quarterbacks

Author: Sonali


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Quarterbacks in the NFL are most often undervalued and are judged more for their mistakes than are given credits for their great work. Their wins and successes are not valued as much they are talked about for the mistakes. QB wins are considered the only measure of their success. There are plenty of them in the league who are not given as much as they should be. Let’s throw light on how some of these undervalued quarterbacks in the NFL. Here we go:

  1. Kirk Cousins

Team: Minnesota Vikings

From 2009 to 2011 Minnesota Vikings football quarterback played college football at Michigan State. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins.

With his huge win last year, against the New Orleans Saints, Cousins has finally broken out the mold even though he is not the most clutch quarterback in the NFL. Cousin is said to have a notable winnings record against the most successful teams.

But, you cannot stop the haters anyway from trolling and judging him from his small mistakes ignoring the bigger successes. You should, however, know that nothing should affect your love for the quarterbacks of wonderful innings. Cousins in his 93 career games has completed 66.9% of his passes for 24,107 yards (ca. 22 km) with 155 touchdowns and 71 interceptions.

  1. Carson Wentz.

Team: Philadelphia Eagles

Carson Wentz is undervalued more than any other quarterback who loves watching Philadelphia Eagles on the fields. Wherever Wentz makes a mistake, he is talked about more rather than when he gets his team to the winning end. But, without any doubt, Carson Wentz absolutely has some real elite traits.

Though injuries have been a part of the Wentz games, he is absolutely deadly on the fields. Last year, Wentz despite the challenges, helped the Eagles by completing 63.9% of his passes for 4,039 yards (3.69 km) with 27 touchdowns and just seven interceptions. This season with his immense potential definitely deserves all the respect.

  1. Matt Ryan.

Team: Atlanta Falcons

Matt Ryan was drafted in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Falcons after he had played for Boston College. Most of the fans would put Tom Brady & Drew Brees over Matt Ryan if ever they would be asked to rank the quarterbacks in the NFC South. Throughout his career, with his wins, Ryan has proved his worth as an elite NFL passer.

In the last season, with 26 touchdowns, 14 interceptions, and 4,466 yards (ca. 4 km) passing ranked fifth in the season. Ryan averaged to 12 interceptions, 4,266 yards (ca. 4 km), and 27 touchdowns per season since his rookie season in 2008. And, he has missed just 12 seasons and has been amazingly healthy throughout his career — he is on his way to the Hall of Fame.

 


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