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

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5. Geno Smith (Seahawks)

Last season marked the first time since 2014 that Geno Smith was handed the keys of an NFL offense and he exceeded everyone's wildest expectations. He led the league with a 69.8% completion percentage while throwing for nearly 4,300 yards and 30 touchdowns to 11 interceptions. He was in the MVP conversation for a good chunk of the schedule and Seattle drafted arguably the top wideout in this year's class in Jaxon Smith-Njigba to pair with D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.

4. Justin Herbert

Does Justin Herbert have the singular best arm talent in the NFL? We wouldn't blame anyone who'd argue in Hebert's favor, but it sadly hasn't translated to much success as the Chargers have a 25-24 record in his 49 starts. Herbert will have to advance beyond the first round of the playoffs to further ascend up the QB ranks, but he can make any throw on the field and is a true cyborg at the position.

3. Jalen Hurts

It pains us to rank Hurts this high, but there's no bias taking place around here. The former second-round pick finished second in MVP voting and rightly so after he threw for 3,701 yards and 22 touchdowns to six interceptions and rushed for 760 and 13 scores at 4.6 yards per attempt. Add in the fact he's a leader of men and a great character and Hurts has everything a team could want in a franchise QB.