Another loss for the Jets, another step closer to the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 draft.
Of course, even if they don't land the top spot they seem sure to land something in the Top 10, where they'll have a shot at one of the many top college quarterbacks available. Here's a look at some of them, and how their stock has risen or fallen from last week:
1. Sam Darnold, USC
He showed off a little magic on Saturday when USC trailed Texas by three points with 37 seconds remaining and he rallied for a tie (and then an overtime win). That's a big part of what the best NFL evaluators want to see in a quarterback -- the ability to stay calm in pressure situations and rally his team. Overall, Darnold was 28 of 49 for 397 yards and three touchdowns in a big-time matchup. He did throw two interceptions, giving him six on the season, and that's a concern. But his receivers haven't been reliable. There were half a dozen drops on Saturday and by one count, half of his interceptions have been off tipped passes. (Last week: 1)
2. Josh Rosen, UCLA
The contrast to Darnold's heroics was the fourth-quarter failure of his cross-town rival. Rosen did bring the Bruins back from 10 points down, but playing what he described as "hero ball," he tried to force another fourth-quarter comeback that fell short. The result was an inexcusable loss at Memphis for 25th-ranked UCLA. Rosen did throw for 463 yards and four touchdowns, proving once again the talent and big arm is there. The two interceptions, though... both came in the second half and inevitably cost his team the game. (Last week: 2)
3. Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State
He put up big numbers in his first two games, but it was against Tulsa and South Alabama. On Saturday, against a much better team in Pittsburgh, he did even better, completing 23 of 32 passes for 497 yards, five touchdowns and one interception. And by the way, 423 of those yards and all five touchdowns came in the first half of what became a 59-21 win. Some now consider him the favorite for the Heisman Trophy. (Last week: Not ranked)
4. Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma
He got off to a slow start against Tulane, but turned it into a big, 56-14 win. And his stats were dazzling as usual: 17 of 27 for 331 yards and four touchdowns. He's yet to throw an interception on the season. His 76.8 completion percentage is pretty impressive, too. (Last week: 5)
5. Lamar Jackson, Louisville
In a big test against the defending champs, who still have a very strong defense, Jackson struggled. He went 21 of 42 for 317 yards with three touchdowns and an interception as the Cardinals lost to Clemson, 47-21. Jackson did rush 17 times for 64 yards, showing again that he's the best dual-threat quarterback in the country. And it wasn't so much that Jackson was bad overall, it was that he was upstaged by Clemson's new quarterback, Kelly Bryant. A better game here would've done wonders for his stock. Instead, he didn't answer any questions. (Last week: 3)
Out of the Top 5: Josh Allen, Wyoming
The game against Oregon on Sunday was an absolute disaster. He went 9 of 24 for 64 yards. A contender for the No. 1 pick in the draft just can't be that bad, regardless of the opponent or circumstances. Yes, scouts love all his tools and they all understand he doesn't have a great supporting cast at Wyoming. But in two big matchups -- against Iowa and now Oregon -- he's 32 for 64 for 238 yards and two interceptions. That's terrible. (Last week: 4)
Other QBs to watch: Nick Fitzgerald, Mississippi State; Luke Falk, Washington State.