Bean: Ranking the NFL's 32 starting QBs ahead of Week 10 originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston
All season long, one position on DJ Bean's weekly Power Rankings of all 32 NFL starting quarterbacks has been consistent: No. 1.
Russell Wilson seized the top spot early thanks to a Week 1 performance where he threw as many touchdowns as incomplete passes (4) and strengthened his grip over the first three weeks of the season, when he totaled 14 touchdowns and 1 interception with a QB rating of 139.0.
But the Seahawks QB has thrown multiple interceptions in two of his last three games, opening the door for someone else to leapfrog him -- and Patrick Mahomes has obliged.
The 2018 MVP and defending Super Bowl MVP has somehow flown under the radar this season while Wilson has dominated MVP talk, but he's proving once more just how special he is, with an ungodly 25-to-1 touchdown to interception ratio this season.
How do the rest of the rankings shake out?