3. Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott
This may come as a bit of a surprise to some, however, with how turnover-prone Dak Prescott was last season, alongside his total meltdown in the Divisional Round against the 49ers, it's hard to put him over Jones.
While his basic box score numbers may signal to some that Prescott is a better player than Jones, taking a deeper look at both his play and the roster surrounding him helps spell out just how much of a disastrous season he had.
In just 12 games last season, Prescott completed 66.2 percent of his passes for 2,860 yards, 23 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions. Prescott hilariously led the league in interceptions this past season despite playing in five fewer games than he normally would have.
There is simply far too much talent surrounding Prescott for him to be playing so poorly. When you consider how efficient Jones was despite having a practice squad receiving core and a bad offensive line, it begins to make more sense to have him over Prescott in the rankings.