Deshaun Watson Is AFC’s Most Popular QB

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Houston Texans rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson sits atop the AFC with a 68 percent positive score over the last 30 days, due in part to his conference-best 12 touchdown passes. Kansas City Chiefs signal caller Alex Smith sports the next best mark at 56 percent positive: He has no interceptions for the season and is on the last remaining undefeated team in the NFL. Indianapolis Colts backup Jacoby Brissett — filling in admirably for the injured Andrew Luck — has a 55 percent positive score, followed by Denver Bronco Trevor Siemian at 54 percent and the New York Jets’ Josh McCown at 49 percent. Tom Brady is up next at 48 percent despite his gaudy numbers (1,702 yards, 11 touchdowns and one interception), but it’s all downhill from there. Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor has a 44 percent score, DeShone Kizer of the Cleveland Browns is at 43 percent, Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco has 40 percent and Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler sits at 39 percent. As for the lowest number? That would be Ben Roethlisberger, who’s coming off arguably the worst game of his career and has just a 25 percent positive score.–Alex Shultz

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