It was a pretty ugly week for B1G quarterbacks, at least from a statistical standpoint.

Some of the league’s top gunslingers had disappointing efforts over the weekend, leading to some reshuffling in this week’s rankings. To make things even more difficult, three teams were on a bye and three quarterbacks did not play due to injury.

Yeah, rankings this week are a little more interesting.

Full disclosure, the three quarterbacks making their first start — Jack Coan (Wisconsin), Rocky Lombardi (Michigan State) and Tanner Morgan (Minnesota) — do not make the list. The rankings do not represent their individual performances.

We good? OK, then. Let’s jump into the final QB rankings of October.

14. Artur Sitkowski, Rutgers (Even)

Rutgers had the week off. Sitkowski has an incredibly challenging month ahead of him.

Last week: Bye, no stats

13. A.J. Bush, Illinois (Down 1)

Bush helped the Illini push the ball down the field late in the game after the outcome had been determined. His stat line wasn’t bad, but it was pretty irrelevant in the big picture.

Last week vs. Maryland: 11-of-19, 216 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT

12. Zack Annexstad, Minnesota (Even)

It’s unfair to remove Annexstad from the quarterback rankings for missing one game due to injury. Instead, we’ll leave him in the same spot he was in last week. Annexstad’s replacement, Tanner Morgan, was spectacular. Could we see a change under center?

Last week vs. Indiana: injury, DNP

11. Alex Hornibrook, Wisconsin (Down 1)

Same as above. If not for a big day from Kasim Hill at Maryland, Hornibrook would’ve stayed in the 10th spot. Jack Coan wasn’t too bad, completing 20-of-31 with a touchdown and no interceptions. He needed more help from his running backs, though.

Last week vs. Northwestern: injury, DNP

10. Kasim Hill, Maryland (Up 3)

The freshman has had little trouble taking advantage of bad defenses. Hill did the same against Illinois. He wasn’t extremely accurate in the Terrapins’ blowout win, but he had three touchdown passes and no interceptions. Maryland didn’t need much more from their quarterback.

Last week vs. Illinois: 11-of-19, 265 yards, 3 TDs, 0 INTs

9. Brian Lewerke, Michigan State (Down 1)

Another B1G quarterback who didn’t see action on Saturday. Lewerke’s replacement, Rocky Lombardi, was sensational in Michigan State’s win, throwing for over 300 yards and two touchdowns. We’ll see how quickly Lewerke returns to the field.

Last week vs. Purdue: injury, DNP

8. Clayton Thorson, Northwestern (Up 1)

As Pat Fitzgerald might say, “Yuck!” If it weren’t for so many quarterbacks sitting down, Thorson probably would’ve dropped. The Northwestern gunslinger threw three interceptions and completed just 17-of-30 pass attempts against the Badgers. The Wildcats still won in convincing fashion, but Thorson has to be better in November.

Last week vs. No. 20 Wisconsin: 17-of-30, 167 yards, 1 TD, 3 INTs

7. Peyton Ramsey, Indiana (Even)

Things were pretty ugly for Ramsey through the first three quarters, but the sophomore got things rolling in the fourth, throwing two touchdown passes to get the Hoosiers back in the game. Unfortunately, his effort was too little, too late. Ramsey has to be a more consistent player from start to finish.

Last week vs. Minnesota: 29-of-44, 232 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs

6. Adrian Martinez, Nebraska (Even)

Performances against FCS schools are always a little harder to judge, especially this late in the season. Martinez was fine and wasn’t really needed after halftime. We’ll see how the freshman handles The Shoe next weekend as the Huskers take on Ohio State.

Last week vs. Bethune-Cookman: 15-of-22, 213 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT

5. Nate Stanley, Iowa (Even)

Worst day of Stanley’s career. Maybe that’s a stretch, but the Iowa quarterback really struggled to get anything going and threw an interception in a critical spot. It’s a day — or at least a throw — Stanley would love to have back. Over the course of the season, he’s proven to be one of the better quarterbacks in the B1G. He just didn’t have it in Happy Valley.

Last week. vs. No. 17 Penn State: 18-of-49, 205 yards, 0 TDs, 2 INTs

4. David Blough, Purdue (Down 2)

Blough’s four-game hot streak came to a crashing end. Entering Saturday’s game, Blough had just three interceptions for the year. He was picked off by the Spartans three times in the loss. A week after being named the B1G Offensive Player of the Week, the senior had his worst outing of the season.

Last week vs. Michigan State: 29-of-49, 277 yards, 0 TDs, 3 INTs

3. Shea Patterson, Michigan (Even)

The Wolverines were on a bye week. Patterson’s next test comes against Penn State on Saturday.

Last week: Bye, no stats

2. Trace McSorley, Penn State (Up 2)

Not many quarterbacks can suffer a leg injury at the end of the first half and rip off a 51-yard touchdown run just a few plays into the third quarter. That’s exactly what McSorley did. Time after time, the senior has made winning plays in big moments. Once again, McSorley came through in the clutch for Penn State.

Last week vs. No. 18 Iowa: 11-of-25, 167 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT

1. Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State (Even)

The Buckeyes were on a bye week. Dwayne Haskins will be back in action next week against Nebraska.

Last week: Bye, no stats