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Colin Cowherd Ranks the 5 NFL Quarterbacks Under the Most Pressure in 2023

ByWil Leitner

Jul 19, 2023

atch Colin Cowherd count down his rankings of the top five NFL quarterbacks under the most pressure heading into the upcoming season.  

5. Matt Stafford: “35 years old, could blame the offensive line, did get the Rams a Super Bowl, but I was told they tried to re-do his contract in the off-season and he didn’t wanna do it. Sean McVay has shown the ability to fall out of love very quickly, even with guys capable of getting you to a Super bowl.”

4. Aaron Rodgers: “It’s New York, it’s a new team, he’s a Hall of Famer, but there’s some pressure here. ‘Hard Knocks’, high expectations, Jason McIntyre guaranteeing a Super Bowl trip… I mean, he’s minted, we all know. If he doesn’t win a Super Bowl, it’s fine. Joe Montana went to Kansas City, go to the playoffs, didn’t win a Super Bowl but nobody holds it against him.” 

3. Russell Wilson: “Sean Payton is going nowhere, Russell may be going somewhere. He’s gotta be better. I don’t believe he’s washed, I think he rebounds, but he’s coming off the worst season in his career and appeared reluctant to play the kind of style he needs to to win, which is—keep moving, bro. You’re very instinctual, lean into it, not away from it.” 

2. Tua Tagovailoa: “They were 8-0 last year when he was standing upright. Three concussions last year, though, career in peril if he gets another one. It may be unfair heath pressure and safety pressure, but he’s playing for a contract. When he’s healthy, they’re good. Can he stay healthy? At this point none of us know.” 

1. Justin Fields: “He’s completed 59% of his throws in two years and has the worst record of any starting quarterback in two years, 5-20. Now they got him pieces—excuses are OVER. Big market media, they want wins, he’s been given all sorts of help now. Get W’s. Andrew Luck went 11-5, 11-5, and 11-5 with the worst roster, get W’s.” 

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