A lot being made of Jones being flaming garbage, especially this past Sunday (including me). A funny thing happened on the way to the lynching though, his numbers actually were pretty good. Granted, it took a great play by DHB to take a horrendous pick six off the board, but let's not pretend that Ben does not throw awful interceptions too. Below is a list of the primary backup QBs for every team at the beginning of this season. How many can you honestly say are better than Landry? I do not mean "has more upside" or "will be better in future years." I mean, who would give us a better chance to win this Sunday in the playoffs if Ben could not go? Are there even ten? Drew Stanton, Cardinals AJ McCarron, Bengals Josh McCown, Browns Geno Smith, Jets Colt McCoy, Redskins Colin Kaepernick, 49ers Brian Hoyer, Bears Luke McCown, Saints Derek Anderson, Panthers Mike Glennon, Bucs Shaun Hill, Vikings EJ Manuel, Bills Mark Sanchez, Cowboys Chase Daniel, Eagles Nick Foles, Chiefs Ryan Mallett, Ravens Sean Mannion, Rams Chad Henne, Jaguars Landry Jones, Steelers Kellen Clemens, Chargers Matt Cassel, Titans Paxton Lynch, Broncos Matt Moore, Dolphins Matt Schaub, Falcons Scott Tolzien, Colts Dan Orlovsky, Lions Tom Savage, Texans Brett Hundley, Packers Jacoby Brissett, Patriots Trevone Boykin, Seahawks Matt McGloin, Raiders Ryan Nassib, Giants My point is not to say that Jones is great, but that backup QBs are backup QBs for a reason. Generally speaking, AT BEST they are going to be the 33rd best QB in the league and many teams have rotten starters. Our expectations are too high. I used to get creamed over at the dumpster fire website for saying over and over that we had one of the best backup QB situations in the league with Batch and Lefty (veterans with a ton of starter experience who knew our system inside out). I still believe it. Where does Landry fit above? What say you? I bolded who I would grade above Landry (admittedly, almost no thought put into it) and came up with exactly ten.