We're through another week of the NFL season, and there has been plenty of movement in our quarterback rankings after Week 2.
After a strong opening game for many quarterbacks, Week 2 brought a bunch of them back down to Earth. Whether it was Jay Cutler's four interceptions or Mark Sanchez's 37 percent completion rate, performances like these helped open our eyes to the true value of these quarterbacks.
We were also able to see plenty of strong performances that put quarterbacks in a position to move up in the rankings. This was especially true for rookie quarterbacks like Ryan Tannehill and Russell Wilson, who played well enough to get their first-ever NFL victories.
We'll continue to update these rankings through the Monday night game between the Atlanta Falcons and Denver Broncos, but here are your updated quarterback rankings after Week 2.
The Week 1 quarterback rankings can be found here.