Week 4 of the UFL led to a shake-up in the quarterback rankings as one of the highest-rated quarterbacks in the league sank to the bottom of the ratings while other highly ranked quarterbacks took a step back. Let’s take a look at how this week’s performances impacted the QB rankings.

# 1. A.J. McCarron (3-1)

St. Louis Battlehawks QB, A.J. McCarron took a huge leap in the quarterback rankings this week with the Battlehawks’ 32-17 decisive win over the Memphis Showboats. McCarron looked sensational on the day passing 35/45 for 222 yards with 3 TDs and 1 interception. He added another 23 yards rushing.  McCarron had plenty of support from a strong offensive line that provided more than ample protection. McCarron has a 70.3% efficiency ranking on the season and is averaging more than 209 yards per game.

#2. Matt Corral (4-0)

Birmingham Stallions QB Matt Corral is currently sharing QB duties with Adrian Martinez while Coach Skip Holtz keeps the fans guessing who will be given the starting assignment from one week to the next. Corral got the start in week 4 and had another solid performance as the Stallions beat the D.C. Defenders by a score of 20-18 on a Ramiz Ahmed field goal in the closing seconds of the game. Corral finished the game 19/29 for 240 yards with 1 TD. So far, Holtz’s QB shuffle seems to be working and the Stallions remain undefeated with a 4-0 record at the top of the league rankings.

# 3. Reid Sinnett (1-3)

When the 0-3 Arlington Renegades and the 0-3 Houston Roughnecks met at Rice Stadium this past weekend, one thing was certain; one of these two teams was going to notch their first victory of the season. The Roughnecks won by a score of 17-9. Houston QB Reid Sinnett made his second start of the season after filling in for the injured Jarrett Guarantano. Sinnett had a solid game throwing 18/28 for 191 yards and 1 TD.

#4. Quinten Dormady (2-2)

Making his debut with San Antonio this week in place of injured Chase Garbers, Quinten Dormady led the Brahmas to a 19-9 win over the Michigan Panthers. Dormady passed for 23/37 for 269 yards with one touchdown and one interception and he’s off to a great start for the Brahmas.

#5. Jordan Ta’amu (2-2)

D.C. Defenders QB Jordan Ta’amu began the season as one of the hottest QBs in the league. Entering the game Saturday night against the Birmingham Stallions, the Defenders won two of their last games and had a 2-1 record. Although Saturday night’s contest against the Stallions was close, in the end, the Stallions got the win 20-18. Ta’amu had a decent game, passing 12/22 for 161 yards with 2 TDs and a QB rating of 146, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the 4-0 Stallions. 

#6. E. J. Perry (2-2)

The Michigan Panthers entered Saturday night’s game against the San Antonio Brahmas with a 2-1 record after a terrific outing last week by QB E.J. Perry. Although the Panthers undoubtedly felt good about their chances heading into this game, they lost 19-9. The Panthers were down 16-0 until the closing seconds of the first half when Jake Bates kicked a 46-yard FG. Perry and the offense struggled all night long under a constant threat from the Brahmas’ punishing defense that produced 6 sacks for a loss of 42 yards and one interception. Perry finished the night 18/27 for 140 yards and left the game with a leg injury following the Brahmas’ fifth sack on the night.

#7. Case Cookus (2-2)

Memphis Showboats QB Case Cookus had another rough outing Saturday afternoon when the team visited The Dome at America’s Center to take on the St. Louis Battlehawks. Cookus had the unfortunate distinction of being named the most sacked QB in the UFL with 11 sacks on the season. On Saturday, he suffered 2 more sacks, including a brutal strip sack that resulted in Cookus exiting the game with an injury. He finished the night 8/12 for 55 yards and one touchdown before he was forced out of the game in the 3rd quarter. Cookus’ status is unknown for next weekend’s home game against the Michigan Panthers.

#8. Luis Perez (0-4)

Despite leading the league with 881 passing yards and 79/125 for a 63.2% rating, Perez had his worst game of the season, passing for 15/28 for 144 yards (54%) with 1 TD and 1 INT. During the TV broadcast, it was announced that Perez was without an interception with 77 completed passes, which proved to be the ‘kiss of death’ when Roughnecks CB Kiondre Thomas intercepted Perez a few minutes later and returned the ball 52 yards.  


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Sue Levine
Sue Levine spent the past five years creating and producing a successful weekly health and wellness podcast starring a wonderful iconic woman as the program host. As part of Sue's responsibilities, she scripted every episode and discovered a genuine love of writing. When the podcast ended late last year, she shifted the focus of her writing to covering pro sports. A passionate fan of NFL and UFL football as well as fantasy, she is delighted to be able to share her articles with other football fans.

1 Comment

  • Posted April 22, 2024 10:31 pm 0Likes
    by Red

    Um.. the Brahmas are 3-1 so Dormady should reflect that.

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