See where PFF ranks Anthony Brown among FBS quarterbacks

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Heading into Week 6 of the college football season – which is a much-needed bye week for the Oregon Ducks – the fine folks at Pro Football Focus provided an update to their preseason article by ranking every FBS starting quarterback from 1-130.

Oregon fans, who have been clamoring for the replacement of veteran Anthony Brown after a rough showing against Stanford last week, may have their feelings validated by seeing him show up at No. 93 on this list.

Despite leading the highest-ranked team in the conference, Brown comes in ninth in the Pac-12, with only Utah’s Cam Rising (102) Colorado’s Brendon Lewis (110) and Arizona’s Jordan McCloud (126) showing up lower on the list.

While Brown has been good at limiting turnovers this season, he made a pair of crucial mistakes against the Cardinal on Saturday and has been up-and-down in Oregon’s four wins – with only his game against Ohio State standing out as a plus performance.

Fans have begun calling for freshman Ty Thompson, who competed for the starting role in the preseason, to take over for Brown the rest of the season.

Here is a full look at how the Pac-12 quarterbacks were ranked:

  1. Kedon Slovis – USC (19)

  2. Tanner McKee – Stanford (21)

  3. Jayden Daniels – Arizona State (33)

  4. Chance Nolan – Oregon State (37)

  5. Jayden de Laura – Washington State (49)

  6. Chase Garbers – Cal (69)

  7. Dorian Thompson-Robinson – UCLA (78)

  8. Dylan Morris – Washington (89)

  9. Anthony Brown – Oregon (93)

  10. Cam Rising – Utah (102)

  11. Brendon Lewis – Colorado (110)

  12. Jordan McCloud – Arizona (126)

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