Draft Insiders’ – All-Rookie Teams

Draft Insiders’ – All-Rookie Teams

Frank Coyle/ Publisher

Rookie MVP
QB C.J. Stroud             Texans

Offense            Puka Nacua                      Rams
Defense            Edge Will Anderson       Texans
Special Teams   RS/WR Marvin Mims     Broncos

This is the 2nd year in a year that one team produced both the Offensive and Defensive Rookies of the Year. The Texans made the playoffs and won the wild card game mainly on the performances of two rookies, QB Stroud and edge defender Will Anderson who earned our top offensive and defensive rookie players.  They were drafted #2 and #3 in the NFL Draft 2023. Last year, the Jets’ wideout Garrett Wilson and corner ‘Sauce’ Gardner won the rookie awards and both were top ten selections in the NFL Draft 2022.

All-Rookie Team

First Team
Offense
 
Position                   Player          Team
Quarterback      C.J. Stroud        Texans

Running Backs
De’Von Achane             Dolphins
Bijan Robinson             Falcons

Wide Receivers
Puka Nacua                  Rams
Zay Flowers                  Ravens
Rashee Rice                 Chiefs

Tight Ends
Sam LaPorta                 Lions
Michael Mayer               Raiders

Tackles
Anton Harrison             Jaguars
Darnell Wright               Bears

Guards
O’Cyrus Torrence          Bills
Steve Avila                    Rams

Center  
John Michael Schmitz    Giants

Defense
Position            Player                           Team

Edge
Will Anderson Jr.           Texans
Byron Young                 Rams

Defensive Linemen
Jalen Carter                  Eagles
Kobie Turner                 Rams

Linebackers
Jack Campbell             Lions
Ivan Pace Jr.                 Vikings
Nick Herbig                   Steelers

Cornerbacks
Devon Witherspoon       Seahawks
Joey Porter Jr.             Steelers
Deonte Banks               Giants

Safeties
Brian Branch                 Lions
Christian Izien               Buccaneers

Specialists

Placekicker       Jake Moody                  49ers
Punter             Bryce Baringer             Patriots

Kickoff Returner Marvin Mims Jr.            Broncos
Punt Returner   Derius Davis                 Chargers

All-Rookie – 2nd-Team

Offense
Position            Player /Team

Quarterback    Aidan O’Connell     Raiders

Running Backs
Jahmyr Gibbs                Lions
Keaton Mitchell             Ravens

Wide Receivers
Jordan Addison             Vikings
Jayden Reed                 Packers
Tank Dell                      Texans

Tight Ends
Luke Musgrave             Packers
Tucker Kraft                  Packers

Tackles
Paris Johnson Jr.          Cardinals
Broderick Jones            Steelers

Guards
Peter Skoronski             Titans
Cody Mauch                   Buccaneers

Center
Joe Tippmann                Jets

Defense
Position      Player         Team

Edge
Tuli Tuipulotu                 Chargers
YaYa Diaby                      Buccaneers

Defensive Linemen
Bryan Bresee                Saints
Calijah Kancey             Buccaneers

Linebackers
Marte Mapu                  Patriots
Dorian Williams             Bills
Henry To’oTo’o              Texans

Cornerbacks
Tyrique Stevenson        Bears
Clark Phillips III             Falcons
Jakorian Bennett           Raiders

Safeties
Jordan Battle                 Bengals
Sydney Brown               Eagles

Specialists

Placekicker        Anders Carlson            Packers
Punter              Ethan Evans                Rams
Kickoff Returner Eric Gray                     Giants
Punt Returner     Xavier Gipson              Jets




Draft Insiders’ – All-Pro Teams

Draft Insiders’ – All-Pro Teams

Frank Coyle/ Publisher

Executives of the Year

AFC
Eric DeCosta – General Manager – Ravens

NFC
Brad Holmes – General Manager – Lions

* Rookies

Draft Insiders’ – All-Pro Teams

First Team
Offense

Quarterback – Lamar Jackson – Ravens

Running Back – Christian McCaffrey – 49ers
Fullback – Kyle Juszczyk – 49ers
Tight End – Travis Kelce – Chiefs

Wide Receivers
Tyreek Hill – Dolphins
CeeDee Lamb – Cowboys
* Puka Nacua – Rams

Linemen
Left Tackle – Trent Williams – 49ers
Right Tackle – Penei Sewell – Lions
Left Guard – Joe Thuney – Chiefs
Right Guard – Zack Martin – Cowboys
Center – Jason Kelce – Eagles

Defense
 
Edge Rushers
Myles Garrett – Browns
T.J. Watt – Steelers

Interior Linemen
Chris Jones – Chiefs
Dexter Lawrence – Giants

Linebackers
Fred Warner – 49ers
Roquan Smith – Ravens
Quincy Williams – Jets

Cornerbacks
DaRon Bland – Cowboys
Pat Surtain II – Broncos
Slot Corner – Trent McDuffie – Chiefs

Safeties
Kyle Hamilton – Ravens
Antoine Winfield Jr – Bucs

Special Teams
Kick Returner – Keisean Nixon – Packers
Punt Returner – * Darius Davis – Chargers

Placekicker – Brandon Aubrey – Cowboys
Punter – AJ Cole – Raiders

Special Teamer – Miles Killebrew – Steelers
Long Snapper – Ross Matiscik – Jaguars

Second Team

Offense
Quarterback – Jared Goff – Lions

Running Back – Kyren Williams – Rams
Tight End – * Sam LaPorta – Lions

Wide Receivers
A.J. Brown – Eagles
Amon-Ra St. Brown – Lions
Mike Evans – Bucs

Linemen
Left Tackle – Laremy Tunsil – Texans
Right Tackle – Lane Johnson – Eagles
Left Guard – Joel Bitonio – Browns
Right Guard – Chris Lindstrom – Falcons
Center – Frank Ragnow – Lions

Defense

Edge Rushers
Micah Parsons – Cowboys
Maxx Crosby – Raiders

Interior Linemen
Justin Madubuike – Ravens
Aaron Donald – Rams

Linebackers
Demario Davis – Saints
Bobby Wagner – Seahawks
Bobby Okereke – Giants

Cornerbacks
Jaylon Johnson – Bears
Sauce Gardner – Jets
Slot Corner – Taron Johnson – Bills

Safeties
Jessie Bates III – Falcons
Micah Hyde – Bills

Special Teams
Kick Returner – * Marvin Mims – Broncos
Punt Returner – Rashid Shaheed – Packers

Placekicker – Jake Elliott – Eagles
Punter – Bryan Anger – Cowboys

Special Teamer – Jalen Reeves-Maybin – Lions
Long Snapper – Andrew DePaola – Vikings




NFL Draft 2024 – First Round Order

NFL Draft 2024 – First Round Order

NFL Draft 2024 – First Round Selection Order – Jan. 22,2024
Frank Coyle/ Publisher

Here is the first-round draft order following the first two rounds of the NFL playoffs. The Chicago Bears are guaranteed the first overall pick from the Carolina Panthers as a result of the trade last spring. They also hold their own #1 pick, the 9th overall selection.

The NFL Draft selection order is based on the 2024 NFL standings plus the NFL Draft tiebreaking procedures. Picks 1-18 are the non-playoff teams, with the losing playoff clubs set on picks #19-28.  Tied positions rotate up in the succeeding rounds. Positions 1 through 28 are now set and the final four positions will be based on the Conference title and Super Bowl games.

Currently Carolina & Cleveland do not have 2024 1st round picks

Jan. 15 – Special Eligibility Deadline. Deadline for college players who are underclassmen to apply for Special Eligibility. They will have until Jan 18th to rescind their decision and retain their college eligibility. A list of underclassmen who have been approved for entry into the 2024 NFL Draft will be sent to clubs on January 19.

April 25-27 – NFL Draft 2024 – Detroit, Michigan

NFL Draft 2024 – First Round Order – Updated Jan. 22

1 Chicago (Carolina – 2-15)
2 Washington (4-13)
3 New England (4-13)
4 Arizona (4-13)
5 Los Angeles Chargers (5-12)
6 New York Giants (6-11)
7 Tennessee (6-11)
8 Atlanta (7-10)
9 Chicago (7-10)
10 New York Jets (7-10)
11 Minnesota (7-10)
12 Denver (8-9)
13 Las Vegas (8-9)
14 New Orleans (9-8)
15 Indianapolis (9-8)
16 Seattle (9-8)
17 Jacksonville (9-8)
18 Cincinnati (9-8)
19 LA Rams (10-8)
20 Pittsburgh (10-8)
21 Miami (11-7)
22 Philadelphia (11-7)
23 Houston (Cleveland – 11-6)
24 Dallas (12-6)
25 Green Bay (10-9)
26 Tampa Bay (10-9)
27 Arizona (Houston – 10-9)
28 Buffalo (12-7)

Playoff Clubs below bracketed based on in the Conference title games, current record and SOS

29 Kansas City (13-6)
30 Detroit (14-5)
31 San Francisco (13-5)
32 Baltimore (14-4)

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with NFL and college coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a member of the FWAA and voter in major college player awards – Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc. for the past 30 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season.

He has a new column ‘The Word on the Street’ dedicated for the NFL, NFL Draft and Free agency with unique content during January through May. He was a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for CBS and ESPN on a year-round basis related to NFL and College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites




NFL Playoffs – ‘Word on the Street’

NFL Playoffs
‘Word on the Street’

Frank Coyle/ Head scout
www.draftinsiders.com

New column – ‘Word on the Street – Exclusive for Subscribers – Column will provide unique insight into the NFL postseason, including the NFL Combine, All-Star games and Pro days into the NFL Draft.

NFL Postseason – Divisional Playoffs

The final eight NFL teams play this weekend in back to back double headers on Saturday and Sunday in the divisional round.  The surviving 8 clubs are all regular season divisional winners with 6 also winning in the Wild card opening round. In addition, both conference champs, the 49ers and Ravens earned bye weeks as the best teams in the conference. The starting QBs feature some of the best in the game with 7 of the 8 starters former #1 picks with two (Goff and Mayfield) former #1 overall picks. The lone exception is Brock Purdy who was ‘Mr. Irrelevant’, the last player chosen in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Lamar Jackson has the most to prove despite coming off an MVP type season. His 1-3 postseason record has been a major disappointment in Baltimore after completing his 6th season this fall.  Also, he is 0-2 at home which adds pressure to their first playoff game at home today. He faces an upstart young Texan club led by rookie sensation QB CB Stroud. Jackson has matured over his short career and is highly confident after two weeks to prepare for their opening game.  The Ravens won the 2023 opening game vs Houston 25-9. It was the rookie Stroud’s first game and he had a mistake free game and threw 44 times for 242 yards, though no big plays. He has matured quickly over the season and probable Rookie of the Year winner. He will see a complicated Ravens scheme who rely on savvy inside backers Smith and Quenn who shut down ground games.

Arguably, the best matchup involves the Kansas City Chiefs @ the Buffalo Bills, the late Sunday night game. Bring your popcorn. In recent history, this has been classic QB duel between Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen, both of whom have carried their teams to many dramatic victories. This is the next big situation, though the Bills now have the home game in frigid Buffalo. Mahomes is a two-time Super bowl champion and the only QB in the divisional round with a SB ring. Though he has never won a road playoff game. The Bills’ Josh Allen is playing very well and creates massive problems to any defense with both his arm and feet. Both QBs are fearless with rare composure in critical situations. They will test these defenses with undermanned secondaries vulnerable in this classic matchup. The winner here will challenge any club going forward.

Fearless Forecast – Playoff Matchups

Saturday, Jan. 20
AFC:

4:30 p.m. (4) Houston Texans at (1) Baltimore Ravens (ESPN/ABC, ESPN+)

Texans go into Ravens’ meatgrinder in Baltimore where they plan to surprise rookie sensation QB CJ Stroud with an aggressive defense. Ravens star QB Lamar Jackson hopes to reverse his poor (1-3) postseason record with an 0-2 home record. Ravens are quietly confident this season. Texans bubble bursts on the road.
Ravens 24 – Texans 10

NFC

8:15 p.m. (7) Green Bay Packers at (1) San Francisco 49ers (FOX)

The surprising Packers blitzed the Cowboys last week behind hot young QB Jordan Love to win 48-32. The rested 49ers look to throw a variety of schemes at Love to break their offensive rhyme which has excelled over recent weeks. 49ers’ QB Brock Purdy will direct this balanced attack and has shown rare poise to shine on the big stage at times over his short career. Purdy looks to exploit the injury to top flight Packer corner Jaire Alexander who is questionable. He finds single matchups well and has the speedy playmakers to change games. Love faces his toughest test with the 49ers front seven, led by DE Bosa and backers, Warner and Greenlaw dominating the action. 49ers outclass the young Packers behind a talented group who looks to ride the home schedule back to the show.
49ers 27 – Packers 10

Sunday, Jan. 21

NFC

3 p.m. (4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers at (3) Detroit Lions (NBC, Peacock)

The hard charging Lions have gained strong momentum and support over the impressive 2023 season. QB Jared Goff has silenced critics with an outstanding consistent and clutch performances. This is a matchup of former top overall picks with Baker Mayfield making a major comeback this season. He relies on big play WR Mike Evans who will test the Lions shaky defense completely.  Lions are fired up for another home postseason game and Goff and rookie runner Gibbs are clicking on all cylinders.
Lions 31 – Bucs 17

AFC

6:30 p.m. (3) Kansas City Chiefs at (2) Buffalo Bills (CBS, Paramount+)

Many of these premier QB matchup have come down to the club with the ball last. The Chiefs victory over the Bills in the 2021 and 2022 playoffs are some of the best dramas in NFL history. Mahomes vs Allen are 3-3 in all games. The December 10, 2023 matchup had the usual suspense with the Bills winning in KC 20-17. This Sunday night may be the next great chapter.
Bills 27 Chiefs 24




NFL Draft 2024 – Underclassmen

NFL Draft 2024 – Underclassmen

Final List of Underclassmen Posted

Jan. 5 – Draft eligible Underclassmen announced to participate in the College All-star games

Jan. 15 – Special Eligibility Deadline. Deadline for college players who are underclassmen to apply for Special Eligibility. A list of underclassmen who have been approved for entry into the 2024 NFL Draft will be sent to clubs on January 19.

Jan. 19 – NFL office releases full list of Underclassmen for the NFL Draft 2024

April 25-27 – NFL Draft, Detroit

Draft Insiders’ will have a January Newsletter with complete list of Underclassmen, Top 150 Prospects and Three Round Mock Draft

Twenty additional players granted special eligibility for 2024 NFL Draft for total of 54 players

The list of 54 players granted special eligibility for the 2024 NFL Draft was released by the NFL on Friday. Four underclassmen who have fulfilled their degree requirements with college football eligibility remaining are also eligible for selection.

Thirty-four players applied for special eligibility prior to the newly instituted early soft deadline of Jan. 5, which was added to assist players and all-star game organizers in the planning and invitation process. Twenty additional players submitted their petitions prior to the traditional deadline of Jan. 15 to apply for special eligibility for the 2024 NFL Draft.

Each of the 54 players granted special eligibility has met the league’s three-year eligibility rule and has submitted to a written application in which he renounced his remaining college football eligibility.

The 54 players granted special eligibility for the 2024 NFL Draft, which is scheduled to be held April 25-27 in Detroit (players marked with an asterisk were newly added since the Jan. 5 deadline):

    2024 Underclassmen

Ajou Ajou, WR, Garden City C.C.
Braelon Allen, RB, Wisconsin
Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame
Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale
Terrion Arnold, DB, Alabama*
Cole Bishop, DB, Utah
Austin Booker, DE, Kansas
Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia*
Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas*
Arland Bruce, WR, Oklahoma State*
Javon Bullard, DB, Georgia
Calen Bullock, DB, USC*
Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State
Junior Colson, LB, Michigan*
Cooper DeJean, DB, Iowa*
Jonah Elliss, DE, Utah
Audric Estimé, RB, Notre Dame
Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame
Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon
Michael Hall, DT, Ohio State*
Marvin Harrison, WR, Ohio State*
Jaden Hicks, DB, Washington State*
Bucky Irving, RB, Oregon
Kalen King, DB, Penn State
Kamari Lassiter, DB, Georgia
JC Latham, OT, Alabama*
Cam Little, K, Arkansas
Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina
J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan*
Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia
Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas*
Malik Nabers, WR, LSU
Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington*
Jackson Powers-Johnson, C, Oregon
Ennis Rakestraw, DB, Missouri
Chop Robinson, DE, Penn State
Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington*
Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas*
Jaden Shirden, RB, Monmouth (N.J.)
Maason Smith, DT, LSU*
Carson Steele, RB, UCLA
Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU
Leonard Taylor, DT, Miami
Brian Thomas, WR, LSU
Jeremiah Trotter, LB, Clemson*
Dallas Turner, LB, Alabama*
Sione Vaki, DB, Utah
Trevin Wallace, LB, Kentucky
Nate Wiggins, DB, Clemson
Caleb Williams, QB, USC*
James Williams, DB, Miami
Mekhi Wingo, DT, LSU
Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas
Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee

The following underclassmen have in timely fashion under NFL rules officially notified the league office that they have fulfilled their degree requirements. They are eligible for selection (players marked with an asterisk were newly added since the Jan. 5 deadline):

Kamren Kinchens, DB, Miami*
Kool-Aid McKinstry, DB, Alabama*
Byron Murphy, DT, Texas*
Will Shipley, RB, Clemson




NFL Draft 2024 – Mock Draft  3.0

NFL Draft 2024 – Mock Draft  3.0

January, 2024 – * Underclassmen – Pre-Senior Bowl and East-West All-Star games
All underclassmen had until Jan. 15th to declare for the NFL Draft. Players have three days to rescind their decision.

x – Playoff teams will finalize their positions after each postseason round

Mock Draft 3.0 – Frank Coyle/Head scout

1st Round

#           Team          W/L      Position        Player                     School
1 Chicago (Carolina – 2-15)        QB       Caleb Williams             Southern Cal
2 Washington (4-13)                  QB       Drake Maye                  North Carolina
3 New England (4-13)                QB       Jayden Daniels             LSU
4 Arizona (4-13)                          WR       Marvin Harrison Jr         Ohio State
5 Los Angeles Chargers (5-12)   TE        Brock Bowers                Georgia
6 New York Giants (6-11)           OT        Joe Alt                         Notre Dame
7 Tennessee (6-11)                   Edge    Dallas Turner                Alabama
8 Atlanta (7-10)                         WR       Rome Odunze               Washington
9 Chicago (7-10)                       OT        Olu Fashanu                 Penn State
10 New York Jets (7-10)             WR       Malik Nabers                 LSU
11 Minnesota (7-10)                  DB       Cooper DeJean             Iowa
12 Denver (8-9)                         Edge    Laiatu Latu                    UCLA
13 Las Vegas (8-9)                    OT        Taliese Fuaga               Oregon State
14 New Orleans (9-8)                CB        Kool-Aid McKinstry        Alabama
15 Indianapolis (9-8)                  DL        Jer’Zhan Newton           Illinois
16 Seattle (9-8)                           QB       Michael Penix Jr.           Washington
17 Jacksonville (9-8)                  OT        Amarius Mims               Georgia
18 Cincinnati (9-8)                     CB        Nate Wiggins                Clemson
19 Los Angeles Rams (10-7)      Edge    Jared Verse                  Florida State
20 Pittsburgh (10-7)                   OT        Jordan Morgan             Arizona
21 Miami (11-6)                            OT        JC Latham                    Alabama
22 Philadelphia (11-6)                CB        Terrion Arnold               Alabama
23 Houston (Cleveland – 11-6)    Edge    Chris Braswell               Alabama
24 Dallas (12-5)                             S          Kamren Kinchens          Miami (Fl)

Playoff Clubs below bracketed based on current record and SOS

25 Green Bay (9-8)                    OT        Troy Fautanu                Washington
26 Tampa Bay (9-8)                   QB       Bo Nix                         Oregon
27 Arizona (Houston – 9-8)      OT        Tyler Guyton                 Oklahoma
28 Buffalo (11-6)                       WR       Troy Franklin                 Oregon
29 Kansas City (11-6)                WR       Keon Coleman             Florida State
30 Detroit (12-5)                        DL        Leonard Taylor III          Miami (Fl)
31 San Francisco (12-5)            S          Tyler Nubin                   Minnesota
32 Baltimore (13-4)                 Edge    Chop Robinson             Penn State

 




QB Caleb Williams Declares for NFL Draft

USC QB Caleb Williams Declares for the NFL Draft

Frank Coyle /Head scout

Southern Cal QB Caleb Williams announced today he will forgo his remaining college football eligibility and enter the 2024 NFL Draft. We considered him one of the elite prospects in this draft class and probable first overall selection. He sat out the Trojan’s Holiday Bowl game in December and has been preparing for the NFL Draft since then. His only postseason activity may be the NFL Combine in March and the Southern Call pro day in April.

Draft Insiders will have the full List of Underclassmen in the January NL plus Three Round MD, New Top 150 Prospects – out this week

Williams is one of the most talented college players in recent seasons, winning the 2022 Heisman Trophy Award. He is the prototypical modern QB with RPO ability using his powerful arm and fine footspeed to pressure defenses. He shows natural improvisational skills with the ability to throw off platform and different throwing anagles. He has thrown for more than 10,000 pass yards in just three seasons.

Williams is just 22 years old and combines excellent arm talent, athleticism and the intangibles the position demands. The postseason including interviews will determine his NFL readiness and potential to earn a rookie starting grade.




NFL Playoffs – Divisional Round Schedule

NFL Playoffs – Divisional Round Schedule

Saturday, Jan. 20

AFC:
4:30 p.m. (4) Houston Texans at (1) Baltimore Ravens (ESPN/ABC, ESPN+)

NFC
8:15 p.m. (7) Green Bay Packers at (1) San Francisco 49ers (FOX)

Sunday, Jan. 21

NFC
3 p.m. (4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers at (3) Detroit Lions (NBC, Peacock)

AFC
6:30 p.m. (3) Kansas City Chiefs at (2) Buffalo Bills (CBS, Paramount+)




Hula Bowl Begins All-Star Schedule

Hula Bowl 2024 – Orlando, Florida

The 2024 Hula Bowl will start the major All-star schedule in Orlando on Saturday January 13.

The game will be at UCF campus and kick off at Noon est. It will be the 78th edition of the all-star game, making it the second oldest in existence. It has moved from Honolulu to Florida in recent years and has assembled an interesting roster. Players could earn invitations to the latter All-star games with a strong week in Orlando.

The Hula Bowl has had a rich history with over dozens of Pro Football Hall of Fame players, in addition to many College Football Hall of Famers. Scouts from the NFL, CFL, and UFL will be in attendance. Both coaching staffs will be made up of former NFL coaches. We will have a Hula Bowl report in the January Newsletter out next week.

  All Star Game Schedule – January – February 2024

2024

  NFLPA Collegiate Bowl – (Cancelled)

1/5-1/7 – College Gridiron Showcase – Fort Worth, Texas

1/13 – Hula Bowl 78th Classic – Orlando, Florida – CBSSN  12 pm

1/20 – Tropical Bowl – Orlando, Florida

2/1 – East-West 99th Shrine Bowl – Frisco, Texas – NFLN

2/3 – Senior Bowl – Mobile, Alabama – NFLN

2/24 – HBCU Legacy Bowl – New Orleans, La – NFLN

 




NFL Postseason QB Records

NFL Postseason Quarterback Win/Loss Records

Listed below are the NFL Postseason Starting Quarterback Win/Loss Records for active NFL players that have started at least one game at quarterback. Figures are sorted by number of wins.

Quarterbacks are judged by their postseason records, right or wrong. Four current QBs, Mahomes, Stafford, Flacco and Goff have won Super Bowl rings.

Frank Coyle / Publisher

Starting NFL Quarterback Records – 1970-present

x – Currently in 2024 Playoffs 

All Games                         Home Games          Away Games

Player              
GS       W-L      Pct                   W-L                  W-L

x Patrick Mahomes
14        11-3      .786                  10-2                  1-1

Aaron Rodgers
21        11-10    .524                  6-4                   5-6

x Joe Flacco
15         10-5      .667                  2-0                    8-5

Russell Wilson
16         9-7        .562                  5-2                    4-5

Joe Burrow
7           5-2        .714                  2-1                    3-1

Jimmy Garoppolo
6           4-2        .667                  2-0                    2-2

x Matthew Stafford
7           4-3        .571                  2-0                    2-3

x Josh Allen
8           4-4        .500                  4-1                    0-3

x Brock Purdy
3           2-1       .667                  2-0                    0-1

x Jalen Hurts
4          2-2        .500                  2-1                   0-1

x Jared Goff
5          2-3        .400                  1-2                    1-1

Ryan Tannehill
5           2-3        .400                  0-2                    2-1

x Dak Prescott
6           2-4        .333                  1-2                    1-2

John Wolford
1           1-0        1.000                0-0                    1-0

Daniel Jones
2           1-1        .500                  0-0                    1-1

Trevor Lawrence
2           1-1        .500                  1-0                    0-1

x Baker Mayfield
2           1-1        .500                  0-0                    1-1

x Marcus Mariota
2          1-1        .500                  0-0                    1-1

Case Keenum
2           1-1        .500                  1-0                    0-1

x (IR) Deshaun Watson
3           1-2        .333                   1-1                  0-1

Kirk Cousins
4          1-3        .250                 0-2                    1-1

x Lamar Jackson
4           1-3        .250                 0-2                    1-1

Kyler Murray
1           0-1       .000                  0-0                    0-1

x Carson Wentz
1           0-1        .000                  0-1                    0-0

Mac Jones
1           0-1        .000                  0-0                    0-1

Geno Smith
1          0-1        .000                  0-0                    0-1

x Skylar Thompson
1          0-1        .000                 0-0                    0-1

x Tyler Huntley
1          0-1        .000                  0-0                    0-1

Derek Carr
1          0-1        .000                  0-0                   0-1

A.J. McCarron
1          0-1       .000                  0-1                    0-0

Justin Herbert
1           0-1        .000                  0-0                    0-1

Teddy Bridgewater
1          0-1        .000                  0-1                    0-0

Taylor Heinicke
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