Ranking Eagles' QB room versus every other NFC East team

The Philadelphia Eagles have arguably the best quarterback room in the NFC East, but do they have the best core in the division, and if so, where does everyone else rank?
#1 Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles
#1 Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles / Focus On Sport/GettyImages
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The Philadelphia Eagles have arguably the best quarterback room in the NFC East, but where does everyone else rank?

One year makes a world of difference, doesn't it? Heading into training camp last July, the future of the Philadelphia Eagles' quarterback position was uncertain. The theory was the regular season was an audition that would provide Jalen Hurts one year to prove himself. There are no doubts about his standing with the team now. Uncertainty is all but erased. Now, coming off an MVP-caliber season, the 24-year-old quarterback is ready for another chance to win it all.

The Eagles have a huge opportunity ahead of him, but they face tougher opponents this season than they did in 2017. There are also the annual six clashes versus their division rivals in the NFC East. The Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, and Washington Commanders all finished with a .500 record or better. Dallas and New York made the playoffs. The Eagles won four of the six meetings last season, splitting with the Cowboys and Commanders. They also swept the Giants and added insult to injury by beating them again in the playoffs.

All four teams in the NFC East have intriguing storylines surrounding their signal callers. New players have been added to the division. There are rookies we'll spend time getting to know and conversations that need to be had about the already-established guys. Each team's quarterback room has undergone some changes. Here's how they stack versus one another ranked from worst to first.