1. Jared Goff, Detroit Lions
This almost feels wrong, but Dan Campbell has his Detroit Lions out to a hot start and Jared Goff is big reason why. The Lions took out that same Atlanta Falcons squad that beat the Green Bay Packers in Week 2, and Goff played well.
Goff's best game this season, however, came during a loss in Week 2. The Lions lost in a shootout to the Seattle Seahawks, but Goff was 28-of-35 for 323 yards and three touchdowns.
No one is going to confuse Jared Goff for Jordan Love or Justin Fields when it comes to athletic ability, but since joining Detroit in 2021, the former No. 1 overall pick has completed 66 percent of his passes and has always taken care of the football.
On short rest this week, the Lions will visit Green Bay in a battle of two 2-1 teams, so fans will get to see first hand how Love stacks up against his divisional rival in Goff.
This list is, of course, subject to change. As Jordan Love gets more experience, the Packers QB could vault to the top. Love has the makings of being the top quarterback in the division, but at the moment, he's still got a little ways to go.