NFC North quarterback depth charts ranked from worst to best

Which team has the best quarterback room in the NFC North entering the 2023 season?

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1. Minnesota Vikings

Kirk Cousins, Nick Mullens, Jaren Hall

With Aaron Rodgers gone, the Minnesota Vikings take over first place in the NFC North quarterback rankings. Kirk Cousins may face an uncertain long-term future in Minnesota, but he remains the starter this season.

Cousins might not be on the level of the very best quarterbacks in the league, and that counts in January, but he is still a quality starter. Over the past two seasons, Cousins has thrown for 8,768 yards, 62 touchdowns, and 21 interceptions with a passer rating of 97.4.

Many Vikings fans are ready to move on with Cousins entering the final year of his contract, but there's risk in that. Finding quality starting quarterbacks is no easy task, and they have one.

Minnesota has a capable backup in Nick Mullens, who provides some experience. He attempted 25 passes for the Vikings last season, completing 21 for 224 yards, one touchdown, and one interception with a passer rating of 100.7.

Mullens shouldn't be expected to step in for half the season and win a bunch of games, but he is a solid backup.

Things can change quickly if either Justin Fields or Jordan Love have breakout seasons, but for now, the Vikings have the best quarterback room in the NFC North.

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