So who has the best QB in the AFL? Gary Horton goes team-by-team and ranks them all.
1. Philadelphia's Matt D'Orazio
He was brought in as insurance against a Tony Graziani injury and that looks like an astute move as this offense continues to be explosive and productive. D'Orazio threw for 328 yards and eight touchdowns with no interceptions against Los Angeles, spreading the ball around to five receivers and continuing to showcase his chemistry with receiver Chris Jackson.