3 best quarterbacks Rams will face during 2024 NFL season

L.A.'s defense will be tasked with trying to stop these guys.
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The Los Angeles Rams are just a couple of years removed from a Super Bowl victory. If they want to get back there next season, they'll have to get through some of the best the NFL has to offer when it comes to the quarterback position. Here's a look at the three best QBs that the Rams will face off agaisnt during the 2024 NFL season.

Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills

The Bills drafted Josh Allen in the first round in 2018, and he's been an extremely productive player ever since. He's made two Pro Bowls (so far), and he was named Second-team All-Pro in 2020. Most importantly, the Bills have made the playoffs every single season since Allen became the team's starting signal-caller. While the team hasn't been able to push through a make a Super Bowl appearance yet, they've been in the contender conversation every year.

Allen has excellent physical tools for a QB, and he makes it tough on opposing defenses thanks to his ability to both throw darts and run the ball with strength and speed. At some point next season, L.A.'s defense will be tasked with slowing him down.

Tua Tagovailoa, Miami Dolphins

Tua Tagovailoa is coming off of an excellent season for Miami. He led the entire NFL in passing yards last season after leading it in passer rating the prior year. Miami had the league's most explosive passing attack last season, and Tagovailoa was a big part of the reason why. He has an extremely strong arm and he's also accurate, as he has a career completion percentage of 66.9. Fresh off of his first Pro Bowl appearance and still just 26 years old, Tagovailoa is poised to pose a problem for opposing defenses -- including L.A.'s -- for years to come.

Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles

Hurts is coming off of a relatively down season after leading the Eagles to the Super Bowl and finishing second in MVP voting for the 2022 season, but Hurts was far from "bad" last season, as some have suggested. Not by any stretch of the imagination.

The guy threw for 3,858 yards and 23 touchdowns -- both career-highs. He also added 605 rushing yards and 15 rushing touchdowns, an NFL record for rushing TDs by a quarterback in a single season. Hurts led the Philadelphia Eagles to the playoffs for the third straight season and was named to the Pro Bowl for the second consecutive time.

With an elite cast of talent around him that includes receivers A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith and new addition Saquon Barkley, Hurts could be in store for a huge 2024 season, and L.A. will be tasked with slowing him and the Eagles offense when the two teams meet.