The 2020 season commenced with a record-breaking 10 Black starting QBs, and while it didn’t end with as many, the future appears bright with these signal-callers, among others, leading their respective teams.
His numbers dropped after his MVP season in 2019, but he’s still the most dynamic quarterback in the league and could be a true No. 1 receiver away from a Super Bowl berth.
The world’s newest half-billionaire picked up where he left off after last year’s Super Bowl win, leading Kansas City to another Super Bowl berth. At 25, Mahomes is the face of the NFL.
The No. 1 overall pick from 2019 entered the MVP conversation in the middle of the season. Although his performance dwindled in the latter weeks, Murray proved he is a top-tier quarterback.
Dak was having a career year before a broken ankle ended his season in Week 5. His status in Big D is up in the air, as the Cowboys could either franchise-tag him again or let him walk.
After a career year, the biggest question surrounding Watson is where he’ll be playing next season, as his relationship with the Texans’ front office has deteriorated.
“Let Russ Cook” turned to “Let Russ Microwave” by the end of the season. With a new offensive coordinator in 2021 and the returning duo of Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf, Wilson will be cooking again next season.