Lamar Jackson: Jackson looked to be back in MVP form against the Browns in a Monday night thriller, scoring 34.92 points. Although he had a rather unspectacular game in the air, with 163 yards and a touchdown, he was able to run all over the Browns defense for 124 yards and two touchdowns. Jackson has been stepping it up in recent weeks and is a solid option next week against the Jaguars.

Aaron Rodgers: Rodgers continued to light up NFL defenses this week. Throwing for 290 yards and three touchdowns against his division rival, finishing the game with 30.9 points. Rodgers was the top quarterback this week and is a must-start for the remainder of the playoffs. He has a favorable matchup against a Panthers secondary that was just torched by Drew Lock.

Baker Mayfield: The Browns’ offense all-around was able to produce in their loss to the Ravens. Mayfield topped his best performance of the season and finished with 30.02 points. He threw for 343 yards and two touchdowns, Mayfield was also able to rush for 23 yards and another score. Mayfield is a low-tier QB1 going forward and could be a sneaky play if there is no other option at quarterback.

Tua Tagovailoa: Tagovailoa was able to bounce back from two subpar performances and score 27.04 points against a tough Chiefs defense. Throwing for 316 yards and two touchdowns as well as adding a touchdown on the ground. However, Tagovailoa is facing a tough Patriots defense which hasn’t been kind to young quarterbacks, don’t expect much from him next week.

Drew Lock: Although it wasn’t his highest-scoring game of the season, Lock was able to play his most complete game. With his first game without an interception since week two, Lock threw for 280 yards and four touchdowns against the Panthers. In just his second game with over 20 points this season, Lock was able to finish the game with 25.6 points. However, until he shows any consistency he should not be played on any fantasy team.

Mitchell Trubisky: Trubisky was able to have his best game of the season against the Texans this week. Throwing for 267 yards and three touchdowns, Trubisky finished with 24.98 points. While Trubisky is a very inconsistent option at quarterback, Trubisky has a high ceiling with a variety of weapons surrounding him.

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