We’re only six weeks into the season, but Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is the choice for his first MVP award thus far.
Jay Fiedler Division
32. Josh Rosen (LW: 29)
Let’s not waste anybody’s time here. Rosen got benched for Ryan Fitzpatrick in a home game against the Redskins. Enough said.
30. Devlin Hodges (LW: 30)
Hodges was asked to do nothing against the Chargers on Sunday night. Most of the evening was him handing off and making duck calls. Of course, the former national champion was at home with such an assignment, and the Steelers won.
30. Case Keenum (LW: NA)
Keenum was middling at best against Miami, but the Redskins won and so we move on. Why? Because we should never talk about this game ever again.
29. Daniel Jones (LW: 26)
Jones started out hot with a win over the Buccaneers. Since then, it’s been an interception fest, with the rookie throwing six in three games. Averaging 6.6 yards per attempt and completing 60 percent of his throws with more picks than touchdowns, Jones belongs in this division.