Schofield’s QB Camp: Derek Carr, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers among passers who shined in Week 2

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After a fascinating first week of NFL action, the second week of the season perhaps leveled the professional landscape a bit.

The Green Bay Packers, after a brutal season-opening loss to the New Orleans Saints, evened their record thanks to a vintage performance from Aaron Rodgers. The Cleveland Browns, a preseason darling for many in the media, got back to .500 as Baker Mayfield continues to put up impressive completion numbers.

Then there are the only two teams with unblemished records in the AFC: Denver and Las Vegas. Just like we all predicted. But both Teddy Bridgewater and Derek Carr were solid on Sunday.

Oh and 44-year old Tom Brady threw five touchdowns.

Let’s dive into the week that was from the quarterback standouts in the NFL.