It’s that time of the year again! The 2021 NFL Draft has just wrapped up, and now it’s time to start preparing for the 2023 2QB dynasty rookie mock draft.
As any die-hard fantasy football fan knows, prepping for a dynasty rookie mock draft is a daunting task. You must have an understanding of each player’s college production and current physical measurables in order to make accurate projections about their future value.
In this blog post, we will be examining the top twenty picks for the 2023 2QB dynasty draft. We’ll look at their college careers, where they could potentially land in the NFL and their projected value as rookie assets going into your first year of dynasty play.
Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: Cleveland Browns – Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA
1. Cleveland Browns – Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA
With the first overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select Josh Rosen out of UCLA. The Browns have been searching for their franchise quarterback for years and they finally found their guy in Rosen.
He’s a very polished pocket passer with great accuracy and arm strength. Rosen should be able to come in and start right away for the Browns and help turn this franchise around.
Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: New York Giants – Sam Darnold, QB, USC
1. New York Giants – Sam Darnold, QB, USC
Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: The New York Giants have been linked to a number of quarterbacks in this year’s NFL Draft, but the team seems to be zeroing in on USC’s Sam Darnold.
The quarterback position has been a revolving door for the Giants over the last few years, and they seem to be searching for a long-term answer.
Darnold has all the tools to be that answer. He has good size at 6-foot-4 inches and 220 pounds, a strong arm, and is accurate with his passes. He also has the ability to extend plays outside of the pocket and make things happen with his feet.
Some scouts have compared him to Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz. If he can live up to that comparison, the Giants will have found their franchise quarterback.
Indianapolis Colts – Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville
1. Indianapolis Colts – Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville
The Colts have a new regime in place and they seem content with moving on from franchise quarterback Andrew Luck. If they want to start over at the quarterback position, there is no better option than taking Lamar Jackson with the first overall pick in the draft.
Jackson is an electric playmaker that can do things with his arm and legs that few quarterbacks can do. He would be a perfect fit in head coach Frank Reich’s offense.
2. Cleveland Browns – Sam Darnold, QB, USC
The Browns are another team that is starting over at the quarterback position. They have done a good job of stockpiling talent on their roster and they have the second overall pick in the draft.
It would be hard to pass up on Sam Darnold if he is available when they are on the clock. Darnold is a prototypical pocket passer that has all of the tools to be a successful NFL quarterback.
3. New York Jets – Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA
The Jets are in dire need of a franchise quarterback and they will have their pick of any player at the position with the third overall pick in the draft.
Josh Rosen would be an excellent choice for them. Rosen is a polished pocket passer that has shown he can make all of the throws necessary to be successful in the NFL. He would be a great fit in head coach Todd Bowles’ offense.
Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: Cleveland Browns (from HOU) – Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma
“Baker Mayfield to the Cleveland Browns makes a lot of sense. He’s a quarterback who can make plays outside of the pocket and has the ability to extend plays. The Browns need a franchise quarterback, and Mayfield has the potential to be that player.
Mayfield isn’t the biggest quarterback, but he’s scrappy and has a good arm. He completed 70 percent of his passes last season for 4,627 yards with 43 touchdowns and just six interceptions. He also ran for 311 yards and five touchdowns.
The Browns have been searching for a franchise quarterback for years, and they may have finally found their guy in Baker Mayfield.”
Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: Denver Broncos – Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming
1. Denver Broncos – Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming
Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: With the first pick in the 2018 QB Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft, the Denver Broncos select Josh Allen from Wyoming. Allen is a big, strong quarterback with a rocket arm.
He can make all the throws and has the ability to extend plays with his feet. While he may need some time to develop, he has the potential to be a franchise quarterback for the Broncos.
New York Jets – Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State
Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: The New York Jets have been in desperate need of a franchise quarterback for years and they may have finally found their guy in Mason Rudolph.
The Oklahoma State product has all the physical tools you look for in a quarterback and he’s shown the ability to make all the throws. He’s also a very accurate passer, which is something the Jets have lacked at the quarterback position.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Luke Falk, QB, Washington State
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have the first pick in the QB Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft and they use it on Luke Falk out of Washington State.
Falk is a 6-4, 215-pound pocket passer that has good arm strength and accuracy. He also has very good mobility for his size and can extend plays with his feet.
Falk played in a spread offense at Washington State, so he is used to throwing the ball a lot. He completed 67% of his passes for 4,468 yards, 38 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions last season.
He also ran for four touchdowns. Falk has all the tools to be a successful NFL quarterback and could be a franchise quarterback for the Buccaneers.
Chicago Bears – J
1. Chicago Bears – Jameis Winston, QB Florida State
Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: The Bears have been linked to a number of quarterbacks in recent months, but with Jay Cutler’s contract set to expire after the 2016 season, they could be in the market for a long-term solution at the position.
Winston would give them that, as well as a potential franchise quarterback.
The former Florida State star has all the physical tools you look for in a quarterback, and he’s shown the ability to make big plays in pressure situations.
He did have some off-field issues during his time at Florida State, but if he can stay out of trouble, he has the potential to be a very good NFL quarterback.
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