4. Patrick O’Brien – Colorado State (LW: 9)
This is a big jump and deservedly so. O’Brien is one of the best quarterbacks in the league and it showed it in his latest start. He leads the league in yards per attempt at 9.4 and in his one start was just below a 70% completion rate along with two touchdowns and no interceptions.
3. Jake Haener – Fresno State (LW: 4)
Haener is one of the best passers in the league with downfield passing and is averaging 8.9 yards per pass attempt. He is giving away some playing time to Ben Wooldridge but overall it is Haener and the offense looks really good with him getting involved multiple wide receivers.
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— Fresno State Football (@FresnoStateFB) November 7, 2020
2. Nick Starkel – San Jose State (LW: 2)
Starkel did leave early vs. San Diego State so we are not going to ding him or the San Jose State unit this week. He has been accurate by completing 73.4% of his passes and his still second in the conference in touchdown passes with seven, and he has just one interception as well.
1. Carson Strong – Nevada (LW: 1)
Strong is averaging nearly 400 yards per game this year after three contests and is pulling away as being the best quarterback in the Mountain West, and possibly even one of the best in all of FBS once more games are played and news trickles out from the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range to the rest of the world.
— Nevada Football (@NevadaFootball) November 6, 2020