Vikings Schedule: All 14 QBs Minnesota will face in 2023 ranked from worst to best

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Ranking all 14 QBs on the Minnesota Vikings schedule from worst to best

2. Joe Burrow (Cincinnati Bengals)

Thanks in part to Joe Burrow, the Bengals have quickly become a team that every other squad in the AFC has to worry about. Burrow has everything a team could ask for in a starting quarterback. He's accurate, he can launch the football deep down the field, and he keeps his composure when his team needs him the most.

Going up against the Bengals will easily be one of the toughest matchups of the 2023 season for the Vikings, and Burrow is a big reason why.

1. Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs)

It might seem like a ridiculous statement to make, but Patrick Mahomes could probably retire before the start of the 2023 season and still end up getting voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day. Mahomes' short NFL career has just been that good.

In only five seasons as a starter for the Chiefs, Mahomes has already been named the NFL MVP twice, he's been voted to the Pro Bowl five times, he's been selected as a First-Team All-Pro two times, and he's led Kansas City to a pair of Super Bowl victories.

The choice for the top of this list was not a difficult decision to make and Minnesota is probably going to have a very hard time figuring out how to defeat the Chiefs next season with Mahomes starting under center.

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