Elite NFL Quarterbacks to Watch Out for in 2021

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The NFL season is finally here. The wait is over, and we already have the first week done. In what the pros are referring to as the “biggest season ever,” we can expect great things and stories that will rewrite the history books, particularly from the elite NFL quarterbacks.

2021 is another year with intense NFL action, as the sports betting world is already ablaze with high traffic. Here’s a good example of an online casino today in the UK where avid gamers pick their first fantasy drafts. In this post, we compiled a comprehensive list of elite quarterbacks to watch out for this season.

From Tom Brady to Patrick Mahomes, we can expect great things going into the 2021 season.

Elite NFL Quarterbacks for 2021

Long story short, now that fans are back, we should definitely prepare for another wild season (perhaps the biggest season in NFL history). With the legal gambling age restrictions in the UK, fantasy football can go mainstream while respecting the minimum gambling age in the UK. And if you are lucky, you can make some big bucks this season.

Fun fact: You might not agree with all the names in this list. Admittedly, it’s never easy making such lists. But this is more a projection of where we expect these elite QBs to be this season and a reflection of the past seasons. So, let’s get to it.

5. Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady is undeniably the greatest of all-time when ranking quarterbacks. And while his mobility may be wanting, he is a beast from a passing perspective. Tom Brady rakes in a lot of points.

If you watched Brady last season, you might have thought he was losing a step. But the first game of this season shows something else. If anything, he seems to be getting even better with age. He might not be getting faster with age, but he would definitely be many teams’ first choice if there was just one game to win the league.

4. Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys

Here’s another quarterback to contend with this season. In the first half of last season, Dak Prescott had many heads rolling and fans thinking he would set them up for the league championship. But then injuries happened. And while he may have slipped slightly in some people’s drafts, Thursday night’s performance showed just what a beast the Cowboys have.

There’s no reason any gamer shouldn’t expect Prescott to pick up where he left off last October. If he maintains this pace throughout the season, this quarterback could be the league steal and one of the game’s elite NFL quarterbacks.

3. Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills

Any NFL fanatic will agree that Josh Allen was the best pick for last season’s draft. And in 2021, he looks set to continue racking up some insane points thanks to the dynamic duo of Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley.

Defenses will have their hands full planning how to take down this beast who has markedly upped his completion percentage in his last three seasons in Buffalo. Allen makes the Bills serious contenders in this season’s AFC with at least eight rushing touchdowns in all of his first three seasons. He has never had more than 12 interceptions in a season and just attempted 52 passes in his Week 1.

You better bring your A-game when you’re playing against Allen and the Bills this season.

2. Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals

It’s probably safe to say Kyler Murray’s stats will wow everyone this season. Murray has not only proved he can play, but he has also shown he can make any defense look silly. Perhaps the big question here is whether Murray and Arizona Cardinals can pull it all together and snatch the league.

The Cardinals have had some notable successes with Murray and Kliff Kingsbury, but don’t always seem to make it to the playoffs. But we can definitely expect some surprises this season.

I think what makes Murray a more appealing quarterback this season is his ability to pick up more points through the air. His Week 1 performance was mind-blowing, tallying four touchdowns. Murray has certainly shown that he is one of the elite NFL quarterbacks.

1. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs

There’s really no reason to sell Patrick Mahomes to any NFL lover. At only 25, Mahomes has already made a name for himself in the game. He has already won an MVP, rakes in crazy numbers, displays dazzlingly incredible arm strength, and secured the most lucrative contract in NFL history.

Mahomes nearly led the Kansas City Chiefs to back-to-back titles this past February. Mahomes is basically the gold standard of what all other future quarterbacks in the league want to compare to.

As long as Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill are around to score touchdowns, Mahomes is your best bet at bringing the title home.

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