It’s time for the latest Mazz’s Tiers! Instead of his weekly NFL power rankings, Mazz decided to mix it up and go with his NFL quarterback rankings ahead of week 6 of the 2023 NFL season!
But before the tiers….here are some other things you need to know from the NFL communications department:
The San Francisco 49ers will put their 15 game regular season winning streak on the line on Sunday when they visit the Cleveland Browns.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill can become the first receiver ever to record 750 receiving yards in his team’s first six games if he records 99 or more yards this weekend.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts can become the third quarterback since 1970 to win 12 consecutive road starts with a victory over the New York Jets on Sunday. Hurts would join Joe Montana and Tom Brady (ever heard of them?) as the only quarterbacks to do it since 1970.
Houston Texans rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud can move into the top-five for all time passing yards by a player in his first six games if he passes for 294 or more yards on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
With 23 receiving yards on Sunday, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase can become the fifth player in history to attain 3,000 receiving yards in 35 games or fewer. Chase would join Odell Beckham Jr., Charlie Hennigan, Justin Jefferson, and Lance Alworth in that category.
Detroit Lions running back David Montgomery has at least one rushing touchdown in each of his first four games this season. Montgomery has six total rushing touchdowns this season.
With a rushing touchdown this weekend, San Francisco 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey can join LaDainian Tomlinson as the only players since the 2000 season to record a rushing touchdown in each of his team’s first six games of the season. Tomlinson accomplished the feat during the 2005 season.