Power Rankings: Fast Food Hamburgers

Red Robin
Founded in 1969, Red Robin is a chain of casual dining restaurants. Big TVs and a pretty awesome bar.
Founded in 1979, Fuddruckers is a restaurant chain headquartered in Houston.
Jack in the Box
A good selection of burgers, but the Sirloin Cheeseburger with tomato, red onions and all that good stuff? Yeah, that's what I'm talking about.
Carl’s Jr.
Due to the sheer girth of their burgers, finishing one without dripping condiments on one’s clothes will leave the eater with a wider smile than their Happy Star mascot.
Burger King
The only thing that's the King about this chain is their ridiculously self-righteous moniker.
I love the burgers there, not to mention listening to my kids arguing that they don't want a burger with “water” in it, because they’re too young to understand the name. Great burger always made fresh.
Created by beloved old man Dave Thomas for his fourth and obviously favorite daughter.
The concept of this restaurant is great, but they're not really known for their burgers. Perhaps that's more about marketing strategy than how good the burgers are.
Their patties aren’t overwhelmingly thick, causing diners to escalate from eating Mayor McCheese’s preferred Quarter Pounder with Cheese to Officer Big Mac’s namesake, the Big Mac. Unfortunately, eating these burgers can also result in looking like said characters.
Dairy Queen
It is a franchise I remember fondly from my childhood; only problem is I remember the Blizzards and ice cream, not the burgers. They have taken great pains of late to improve their burgers.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Joseph Laguerre, Franklin Lee, Graham J. Noble, Tyler Pisani and Christopher Wilson and are sponsored by Panda Express.

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