NFL Three Stars For Week 10: Quarterback

The Quarterback position usually has a few top stars that absolutely dominate the league each and every year, but 2022 has been a strange one, with Josh Allen, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers all struggling mightily at different points, and this has led to some new names stepping up each and every week. This week, we've seen an emerging young star stand up, as well as two MVP front runners, so the following are out three stars for Week 10 at the Quarterback position.

3. Justin Fields

Stat line: 12/20, 167 yards, 2 Touchdowns, 1 Interception, 13 carries, 147 yards, 2 Touchdowns. 

Justin Fields struggled mightily in his first year as a NFL starting QB, but in recent times, the Bears have begun rolling, and that's coincided with Fields development as a dual threat QB. Once again, he had over 140 yards rushing, and added 4 Touchdowns with just the one turnover, and right now, he's on pace to set the single season rushing yard record for the Quarterback position. 

2. Tua Tagovailoa

Stat line: 25/32, 285 yards, 3 Touchdowns, 0 Interceptions. 

When the Miami Dolphins acquired Tyreek Hill this off-season, it was a signal that the franchise believed in their young Quarterback, and as the team is undefeated in games he's finished, it looks like they made the right decision. For the third straight start, Tua has three Touchdowns without a turnover, and with such a talented offensive group, he should be considered a top-two candidate for MVP thus far in 2022. 

1. Patrick Mahomes

Stat line: 26/35, 331 yards, 4 Touchdowns, 1 Interception. 

While Tua Tagovailoa has been almost perfect in recent times, Mahomes has been just as good, and with the Chiefs sitting just one game ahead in the AFC seeding, along with the slightly better performance in Week 10, Mahomes finds himself just one spot above on our list. Mahomes and the Chiefs took down the tough Jaguars squad in Week 10, adding 4 Touchdowns and over 330 yards, adding to his impressive MVP resume in 2022. 

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