Week 5 Mountain West Football QB Rankings: Nick Stevens Back At No. 1

Week 5 Mountain West Football QB Rankings: Nick Stevens Back At No. 1

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Week 5 Mountain West Football QB Rankings: Nick Stevens Back At No. 1

Week 5 Mountain West Football Quarterback Rankings


Here is our latest week of QB rankings


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The latest Mountain West quarterback rankings have some shakeup.

– Week 2 QB Rankings
– Week 3 QB Rankings
– Week 4 QB Rankings

12. Josh Love, San Jose State (PV: 11)

He did finally get in the end zone this past week but the Spartans offense is showing a real lack of movement and while not all of it is on Love he also is not playing that great.

11. Ty Gangi, Nevada (PV: 12)

At least Nevada is sticking with one quarterback as Gangi will be starting for the second straight week. This is a step in the right direction.

10. Armani Rogers, UNLV (PV: 9)

This might be low considering Rogers leads the league in yards per attempt at a shade over 10 yards. However, he has only 70 attempts on the year which is barely more than new Fresno State starter Marcus McMaryion.

9. Lamar Jordan, New Mexico (PV: 8)

Back from injury, Jordan did a decent job of moving the ball in the Lobos win over Air Force. Going 4 of 9 for 146 yards and a pair of touchdowns is nice.

8. Kent Myers, Utah State (PV: 5)

Myers wasn’t needed for Utah State to upend BYU at home last week. He had short fields to work with which part of the reason he passed for only 176 yards. He did have three total touchdowns in the win to retain the Old Wagon Wheel.

7. Arion Worthman, Air Force (PV: 6)

Thirty carries is just way too many for this Falcons quarterback as is throwing 17 passes, but he did have three touchdown passes in the loss to New Mexico.

6. Marcus McMaryion, Fresno State  (PV: 10)

Looks like Fresno State may have found its starting quarterback. McMaryion earned his first career start for the Bulldogs and he moved the ball at will against Nevada. He completed 24 of 32 passes and look for him to do the same next week against Sasn Jose State.

 

5. Josh Allen, Wyoming (PV: 7)

He did pass for over 100 yards after two consecutive games where he struggled a lot. In the Texas State game Allen was 14 of 24 for 219 yards and three scores. He did have to streaky halves to this game and that is a concern going forward when he plays better defense.

4. Brett Rypien, Boise State (PV: 4)

Broncos were off this week. They take on BYU this Friday night and we will see if Rpien is the only quarterback to play for Boise State.

3. Dru Brown, Hawaii (PV: 3)

Brown put up big numbers in a 51-21 loss to Colorado State. He had two touchdown passes and actually torched the Rams secondary pretty well for 362 yards on 31 of 47.

2. Christian Chapman, San Diego State (PV: 1)

Another solid game for Chapman which he was 10 of 19 and had two big touchdown passes to hold off Northern Illinois. Most importantly he did not turn the ball over for the fourth straight game. Fun fact: Chapman has not thrown an interception against an FBS team this year.

1. Nick Stevens, Colorado State (PV: 2)

Stevens was on fire against Hawaii and showed no mercy as he was an uber efficient 18 of 22 for 351 yards and four touchdowns. Hard to see any other quarterback surpassing Stevens as long as he keeps having games like this.

– Week 2 QB Rankings
– Week 3 QB Rankings
– Week 4 QB Rankings

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