Ranking the NFC East starting quarterbacks from worst to best

Who is the best signal-caller in the NFC East?
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2. Jalen Hurts

Many people think that Hurts is the best quarterback in the NFC East, which is a fair assessment. Since he became the Eagles starter in 2021, Philly has been to the playoffs in every season he has started and has also made a Super Bowl appearance along the way. Still, Hurts at least entering this season is not the best quarterback in the NFC East.

Look, we all know, especially us Giants fans, just how great of a quarterback Hurts is and can be. He's got a great arm, he can run the ball well and is able to allude any potential sack, though he does have one of the best offensive lines in the NFL. There are still questions about whether or not Hurts can rebound after the way he finished his season last year where the Eagles lost six of their last season games. Hurts also had a turnover issue in 2023 too, as he threw 15 interceptions - a career worst.

Yes, the Eagles did do a lot this offseason to improve their team by signing star running back Saquon Barkley and signing wideouts DeVonta Smith and AJ Brown to long-term extensions. Can Hurts still prove he's the best quarterback in the division and potentially return to his MVP caliber season from 2022? We'll find out soon.