1. Josh Allen, Bills
Finally, we come to the elite of the elite in this division. Josh Allen has been, and likely will continue to be, the cream of the crop when it comes to quarterback play not just in this division, but all of football. The Bills are one of those teams that are legitimately hoping for a Super Bowl appearance this coming season, and it wouldn't be surprising to see them get there.
Last year, we saw Allen struggle with turning the ball over quite a bit. It was such a problem that both general manager Brandon Beane and head coach Sean McDermott have made public comments about the issue over the past few months. But, the comments have also ended with the fact that Allen seems to be as locked-in as ever, assuring that he'll get that problem under control.
Allen is now running on three-straight seasons in which he has thrown for over 4,200 yards and at least 35 touchdowns. But, don't forget about the threat of his feet. Allen has also rushed for over 700 yards in two straight seasons.
It will take either some mishaps by Allen, or some lights-out performances from the rest of this quarterback group in order to knock him off this top spot. But for now, he is firmly cemented as the division's best quarterback.