Ranking NY Jets' Aaron Rodgers and all 32 starting QBs in 2023

Where does Aaron Rodgers rank among all NFL starting QBs?
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When the NY Jets made the decision to trade for future Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers this offseason, they did so with the belief that they were acquiring one of the best QBs in the NFL.

Rodgers may be coming off a down year, but the Jets believe that he is still one of the very best players at his position. That's the hope, at least.

This is a Jets organization that has been tormented by lackluster quarterback play for the better part of its existence. Not since the days of the great Joe Namath have the Jets had consistently above-average quarterback play for an extended stretch.

There have been flashes of greatness, sure. Vinny Testaverde's magical 1998 season. Whatever happened to Ryan Fitzpatrick in 2015. The Jets haven't, however, had sustained success at the quarterback position in many decades.

The hope and expectation is that Rodgers will change that.

The 10-time Pro Bowler's arrival gives the Jets legitimate Super Bowl aspirations, but if they're going to compete in a loaded AFC, they're going to need Rodgers to be at his best.

The AFC is stacked with stellar quarterbacks, and that doesn't figure to change anytime soon. Rodgers may have won two of the last three MVP awards, but he'll be up against some steep competition this season.

With that said, where does Rodgers rank among all NFL starting quarterbacks? We did our best to rank all of them.