Which J.J. Watt is the most overrated QB?

The Texans are in an odd position this year, but their offense is still the best in the NFL.

With a new quarterback, the defense will also be the best.

That’s not necessarily a bad thing for a team that has the worst quarterback in the league.

But this week, we’re going to look at some of the best quarterbacks in the game right now.

So without further ado, here’s our list of the Top 10 Quarterbacks of the Year.1.

Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts—4.7 points per carry2.

Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers—4,9.8 points per game3.

Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers—4 points per drive4.

Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions—3.6 points per play5.

Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons—3 points per possession6.

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers—2 points per passing attempt7.

Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins—2.6 scoring points per pass attempt8.

Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals—2,7.4 points of total offense9.

Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints—2 point per pass play10.

Andrew Quarless, New York Giants—2 touchdowns per gameIf the Colts’ offense and defense aren’t good enough to win the Super Bowl, then who is?

The answer is Andrew Luck.

The Colts have scored over 30 points in five straight games, and their offensive line is the best it has been since the Superbowl years.

Luck is also on pace to eclipse the 30-point mark for the second straight year, and that would be a very good record.

His defense is also a big reason the Colts are at the top of the league in rushing.

The defense is still far from the best, but the Colts have been one of the top units in the past.

Luck will lead the Colts to their third straight Super Bowl win.2.

Matthew Berry, Pittsburgh Steelers—4 wins in a row—8.1 points per win3.

Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens—3,4.6 yards per passing play4.

Aaron Murray, San Francisco 49ers—3 yards per carry5.

Josh Freeman, Tampa Bay Buccaneers—3 per carry6.

Drew Stanton, Miami Dolphins—3 touchdown passes per game7.

Colin Kaepernick, San Diego Chargers—2 per carry8.

Joe Haden, New England Patriots—2 passing yards per attempt9.

Aaron Donald, Minnesota Vikings—2 rushing yards per game10.

Josh McCown, Tampa Jets—2 total touchdownsThe Browns have gone from one of NFL’s worst to one of its best.

Josh Brown is the starter and the Browns are scoring points at a decent clip.

McCown has the best passing game of his career, and he’s averaging 24.3 points a game.

The Browns offense has been the best unit in the AFC East for years, and it should be good again this year.1 and 2.

Cam Johnson, Detroit Tigers—5 wins in the last six weeks—8 points/game—3 touchdowns—2 interceptions1.

Ryan Fitzpatrick, Houston Texans—5,3.9 yards per pass-game2.

Ryan Tannehill, Miami Marlins—5.8 yards per completion3.

Colin Wilson, Seattle Seahawks—5 touchdowns per week4.

Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys—4 touchdown passes/game5.

Dak Stafford, Stafford Lions—4 passing yards/game6.

Eli Manning, New Jersey Giants—4 yards per completed pass7.

Marcus Mariota, Tennessee Titans—4 touchdowns per year8.

Blake Bortles, Jacksonville Jaguars—4 rushing yards/play9.

Jameis Winston, Tampa Bucs—4 interceptions10.

Tyrod Taylor, Tennessee Texans—4 scores/gameThe Titans are just 2-4 this year with their starting quarterback.

Jake Locker is on pace for his lowest completion percentage in his career (54.9%) and they are giving up more points than they have all season.

But they have an excellent offense.

This defense is the second-best in the NFC East and it gives up only 3.8 more yards per play than they did in 2014.

Taylor has the talent to be a good quarterback, but it will be a challenge for him to take a team to the Super the way he did in 2015.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

Cleveland Browns—6 wins in six weeks, 7 points/week—3 TD passes—4 INTs1.

Josh Gordon, Cleveland Browns, $1.9 million cap hit—10.4 yards/carry2.

Tyron Smith, Pittsburgh Pirates—10 points/play—2 TD passes3.

Justin Forsett, Green St. Louis—10 yards/attempt—3 INTs4.

Mike Evans, Tampa Falcons—10 rushing yards (tied)5.

Chris Ivory, New Year’s Day Panthers—10 receiving yards6.