Week 6 Mountain West Football Quarterback Rankings
Here is our latest week of QB rankings
The latest Mountain West quarterback rankings have some shakeup.
12. Josh Love, San Jose State (PV: 12)
He did get into the end zone this past week but coach Brent Brennan seems to have no confidence in Josh Love as he did not even mention him when asked about playmakers on offense, but he did mention other quarterbacks including the injured Montel Aaron.
11. Armani Rogers, UNLV (PV: 10)
Playing against San Diego State is very tough and Rogers did have a good few throws and one huge gain on the ground. Overall, he still needs work to be considered one of the better quarterbacks in the league.
10. Kent Myers, Utah State (PV: 8)
Playing host to Colorado State was not ideal for Myers as he had only 152 yards and struggled to move the ball at all in the Week 6 loss.
9. Lamar Jordan, New Mexico (PV: 9)
The Lobos were off last week but that just gives Jordan an extra week to be even more healthy the rest of the way.
8. Ty Gangi, Nevada (PV: 11)
Maybe this jump is a bit high but Gangi did complete 25 of 32 for 278 yards while also scoring four touchdowns in the win against Hawaii. It is looking more and more like he should never have been pulled at all.
7. Marcus McMaryion, Fresno State (PV: 6)
This is more of a wait and see for McMaryion. He has played well against San Jose State and Nevada and those two are not all that great on the defensive side of the ball. Next up is New Mexico and that should present a stiffer challenge and playing well in three straight games will definitely move him up in the rankings.
6. Josh Allen, Wyoming (PV: 5)
The Cowboys were off this week.
5. Brett Rypien, Boise State (PV: 4)
He had his first touchdown pass of the year and that was surprising as it came in Week 6. Most expected more out of Rypien as he is now a junior.
4. Arion Worthman, Air Force (PV: 7)
Who would have thought that a Falcons quarterback would throw for 257 yards and have a pair of touchdowns, but that is what Worthman did in the heartbreaking loss to rival Navy.
3. Dru Brown, Hawaii (PV: 3)
Big numbers were put up against Nevada but ultimately penalties hurt the Warriors from winning. Brown did go 18 of 27 for 229 with a score and a pick, so overall a solid game.
2. Christian Chapman, San Diego State (PV: 2)
Another solid game for Chapman in the win over UNLV this past weekend. He just gets the job down and makes key plays when needed. He will not bowl anyone over with his stats but he does not turn the ball over. His only pick is still a hail mary pass against UC Davis
1. Nick Stevens, Colorado State (PV: 1)
This spot will likely remain in Stevens’ name the rest of the way. He nearly put up 300 yards against Utah State with 293 and two scores. Most of that came in the first half and had the Rams pushed it more then he could have had at least 350 yards.