32. Josh Dobbs, QB, Arizona Cardinals
Kyler Murray is sidelined indefinitely and might not play this season. That has seemingly opened the door for career backup Josh Dobbs to start. It's not official yet, but Dobbs appears to be your Arizona Cardinals Week 1 starter.
The former fourth-round pick has started just two games in his career, and although he held his own with the Tennessee Titans last year, it's hard to consider him as anything but the worst starting QB in the NFL.
31. Anthony Richardson, QB, Indianapolis Colts
It's impossible to rank rookie quarterbacks before they've even taken a snap, so for the purpose of this list, these next three entries will strictly be based on draft position.
Anthony Richardson exceeded expectations this summer and beat out experienced backup Gardner Minshew for the starting job. Richardson has All-Pro potential, and the Colts are very excited about his future.
30. C.J. Stroud, QB, Houston Texans
C.J. Stroud was able to beat out Davis Mills for the starting job in Houston, although it was never really much of a competition. This year's No. 2 overall pick will lead a young and suddenly exciting Texans roster this season.
29. Bryce Young, QB, Carolina Panthers
The No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft, Bryce Young has a chance to succeed early in his career, although his team hasn't done him many favors. He'll be paired with an underwhelming skill position group and an offensive line that struggled this summer.
Nonetheless, Young obviously has sky-high potential, even if his transition into the NFL might not be ideal.