After a slow start to the season, many quarterbacks finally found their rhythm in Week 4 of the NFL season. For example, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had more touchdowns in his Week 4 matchup (4) than he did in the previous three weeks combined (3).
Unfortunately, where there is good play there is also poor play. Quarterbacks like Mark Sanchez and Matt Cassel continue to struggle and have us wondering how much longer they'll be holding on to their starting jobs.
With so many good and bad performances this week, there was plenty of movement up and down these rankings. Let's take a look at the updated quarterback rankings after NFL Week 4.
Please note that you can see Week 3's rankings here.