ACC Quarterback Power Rankings: Russell Wilson Still on Top

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ACC Quarterback Power Rankings: Russell Wilson Still on Top
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It was a good week for most of the quarterbacks to separate themselves from the pack. While Russell Wilson, Christian Ponder and Jacory Harris helped their stock others like Dave Shinskie and Joshua Nesbitt did nothing but destroy their stock.

Shinskie essentially blew the game for Boston College against Virginia Tech.

Harris and Ponder didn't have great games but they did enough to help their teams win even though their defense's did most of the work.

Wilson carried his team to what most people are calling an upset victory over Georgia Tech. His play against the Yellow Jackets have not only made him the clear leader in the ACC but separated himself extensively from the rest of the field. Of course the season is still young but no one has shown the consistency that he has.

This weekend is filled with some key matchups that can make or break these quarterbacks and their chances to take over the top spot in the conference.

Florida State is at Virginia in what could be an upset alert, while Virginia Take will be squaring off with N.C. State. Three of the top five quarterbacks in my rankings will be playing in these two games and a lot can change depending on the final outcome of the games.

In the ACC game of the week, Miami will be on the road to face Clemson and this will be a great opportunity for both Jacory Harris and Kyle Parker to bolster their stock.

Can anyone dethrone Russell Wilson from the ranks or will he reign yet again after week five of the season?

 

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