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Ranking the QBs on the Colts’ 2022 schedule

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The Indianapolis Colts have a big season ahead of them in 2022 as they once again look to challenge for the division crown with a new quarterback.

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Bye we made our early predictions about how the Colts finish the regular season, they’ll have to go through the quarterbacks glove on opposite sides.

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Here we rank the quarterbacks the Colts will face on the 2022 schedule:

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Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs

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Mahomes is still the gold standard among quarterbacks, but it will be interesting to see what changes without Tyreke Hill.

Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers

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Herbert is already on a historic pace to start his career. This week 16 match could be the most important one on the schedule, all things considered.

Duck Prescott, Dallas Cowboys

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Prescott has established himself as one of the most explosive passers in the game.

Russell Wilson, Denver Broncos

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You might argue that Wilson will end the year better than Prescott, and I wouldn’t argue. It all comes down to how much the Broncos let him cook.

Derek Carr, Las Vegas Raiders

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Carr is one of the most underrated quarterbacks in the league, and now he’s getting an elite wide receiver in his old teammate Davante Adams.

Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings

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Cousins ​​may not be the most exciting defender and he tends to dwindle in the spotlight. But it will be interesting to see how it works in a more passing pattern.

Mac Jones, New England Patriots

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Jones showed great promise in his rookie season and now has a big year of testing ahead of him as he looks to make the jump to the next level.

Carson Wentz, Washington Commanders

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Colt fans know the Wentz saga all too well. He’s a good quarterback, but his volatile play can be hard to contain. There is no doubt that both parties have the 8th week circled on the calendar.

Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans

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There was a time when Tannehill was considered one of the most underrated passers in the game, but in 2021, this super-efficient game is back on Earth.

Trevor Lawrence, Jacksonville Jaguars

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It’s a big year for Lawrence, who will be looking to avoid the bust label in Season 2.

Davis Mills, Houston Texans

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Mills has shown promise since starting, and the Texans are clearly giving him a chance to prove his worth.

Daniel Jones, New York Giants

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Jones has all the qualities to make a good quarterback in the NFL, and maybe new head coach Brian Daball can bring them to life. But after the team rejected his fifth-year option, he found himself on thin ice.

Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh Steelers

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It could be Mitchell Trubisky, but that doesn’t change much. The Colts should have the advantage as quarterback when the two teams meet in Week 12.






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