Ranking the NFC East starting quarterbacks from worst to best

Who is the best signal-caller in the NFC East?
New York Giants v Las Vegas Raiders
New York Giants v Las Vegas Raiders / Ethan Miller/GettyImages
2 of 4

3. Jayden Daniels

Daniels is entering an offense that has a lot of promise and potential to it. Washington hopes Daniels is the answer at the quarterback position, as they will be starting yet another different starting signal-caller in '24. Daniels has the skill set to be a very good quarterback, but despite not seeing him in any live NFL action yet, he is still the third-best quarterback in the NFC East. However, that could all change this season thanks to the playmakers around him.

The No. 2 overall pick in the NFL Draft was spectacular in his last season at LSU, as he had 40 touchdowns to four interceptions. Daniels, the Heisman winner, can definitely replicate those numbers thanks to the weapons the Commanders have brought in. From signing Pro Bowl running back Austin Ekeler and tight end Zach Ertz and still having the likes of wide receivers Terry McLaurin and Jahad Dotson, Daniels could have a great rookie season for the Commanders.

Daniels still has a lot to prove for the Commanders, which is why he's ranked third on this list, but for the first time in a while in Washington, a rookie quarterback could be set up for success after the Commanders have seen quarterbacks not live up to the hype. We will see what Daniels does in Year 1 in the NFL.