Ranking of QBs in the Colts’ 2022 schedule

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

While we made our early predictions about how the Colts will end the regular season, they must overcome the quarterbacks’ gauntlet on the opposing touchline.

Here’s how we rank the quarterbacks the Colts will face in the 2022 schedule:

Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs of Kansas City

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Mahomes is still the quarterback gold standard, but it will be interesting to see what changes without Tyreek Hill.

Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers

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Herbert is already at an historic pace to start his career. This Week 16 matchup could be the biggest one on the schedule, all things considered.

Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys

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

Russell Wilson, Denver Broncos

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You could argue that Wilson will end the year better than Prescott and I wouldn’t disagree. 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 the form of old teammate Davante Adams.

Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings

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Cousins ​​may not be the most exciting quarterback, and he tends to shrink in the spotlight. But it will be interesting to see how he works in a more pass-heavy scheme.

MacJones, New England Patriots

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Jones showed a lot of promise in his rookie season and now faces a big year of proof as he tries to step up the ladder.

Carson Wentz, Washington Commanders

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Colts fans know the Wentz saga all too well. He’s not a bad quarterback, but his erratic play can be difficult to contain. There is no doubt that both sides have week 8 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 that over-efficient play fell back to earth in 2021.

Trevor Lawrence, Jacksonville Jaguars

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It’s a big year for Lawrence, who will try to avoid the Bust label entering its second season.

Davis Mills, Houston Texans

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Mills showed promise after stepping in as a starter, 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 tools to be a good quarterback in the NFL, and maybe new head coach Brian Daboll can unlock that. But after the team turned down his fifth-year option, he’s on thin ice.

Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh Steelers

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





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