1. Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers, Brett Hundley, Joe Callahan
This is the easiest ranking of the group. It doesn’t even matter who the depth is, Aaron Rodgers and the worst backup in the league is still one of the best bets in all of football. We do not need to go over it all, everybody knows what Rodgers brings. From an athletic talent standpoint, he is likely the best quarterback in the NFL and it may not even be particularly close.
While the thought is that the depth should not matter with a staple such as Rodgers, injuries do happen, and the Packers backups could be worse. Brett Hundley has only appeared late in four games and only has ten career attempts. Still, Hundley has good athleticism and an ability to make plays moving his feet in and outside of the pocket to extend plays. Callahan, on the other hand, has a big arm that rivals Rodgers. He has yet to play in an NFL game, but you can see in the mobility of Hundley and the arm of Callahan that they are looking for traits that are somewhere around Rodgers and hoping that they can pick things up to round out their game.