1. Baker Mayfield, Bucs
You better believe Baker Mayfield is no. 1 on this list. His Bucs are 2-0 and have played the best football in the division through two weeks. It is hard not to put him up here. Mayfield is also a big reason why Tampa Bay is winning games. It's tough to see this team 2-0 with Kyle Trask under center, or any other option the Bucs had over the offseason.
On the year, Mayfield has 490 yards passing, three touchdowns and zero interceptions. He is boasting a quarterback rating of 104.4 and has taken just one sack on the year.
Mayfield is completing over 69 percent of his passes, is one of just eight starting quarterbacks yet to throw an interception and is tied for the second-longest completion of the season so far with a 70-yarder to Mike Evans.
Say what you want to about him, but Mayfield has answered all of the critics and doubters thus far. When he was looked at as an outcast and a quarterback who could be on his way down, Mayfield has answered the bell and is playing excellent football. Above all else, he is making winning plays, and that's all the Bucs can ask for.