Cowboys 2023 schedule: All opposing quarterbacks ranked from worst to best

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8. Daniel Jones (Giants)

Daniel Jones is living proof that the QB market is out of control. While Jones took notable strides as a quarterback last season in terms of his decision-making and taking better care of the football, it shocked just about everyone when the Giants gave him a $160 million deal with $92 million guaranteed. He could take another step in 2023 with better weapons, but Saquon Barkley is (and should be) the focus of Dan Quinn's game plan when Dallas plays the Giants.

7. Jared Goff (Lions)

The Lions drafted Hendon Hooker in the third round, but he's not supplanting Goff anytime soon after the former No. 2 overall pick balled out last season. Goff compiled 4,438 passing yards and 29 touchdowns to seven interceptions. He's an excellent fit in Detroit's offense and offensive coordinator Ben Johnson is back for another year after taking multiple head coach interviews.

6. Kyler Murray (Cardinals)

Like Stafford, 2022 was forgettable for Kyler Murray, who posted his lowest completion percentage since his rookie year in 2019. Before a torn ACL ended his season after 11 games, Murray led the Cardinals to a 3-8 record and was well on his way to throwing double-digit interceptions for the fourth straight season. He's still a highlight waiting to happen, but there's no denying he's tumbled down the QB rankings.