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2013 Quarterback (QB) NFL Fantasy Football Rankings, Projections

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2012 Quarterback Rankings

Last Updated – August 28th

1 Aaron Rodgers
2 Tom Brady
3 Matthew Stafford
4 Drew Brees
5 Cam Newton
6 Matt Ryan
7 Eli Manning
8 Peyton Manning
9 Jay Cutler
10 Michael Vick
11 Robert Griffin III
12 Philip Rivers
13 Andrew Luck
14 Tony Romo
15 Ben Roethlisberger
16 Russell Wilson
17 Andy Dalton
18 Joe Flacco
19 Jake Locker
20 Josh Freeman
21 Ryan Fitzpatrick
22 Christian Ponder
23 Matt Schaub
24 Sam Bradford
25 Carson Palmer
26 Matt Cassel
27 Alex Smith
28 Blaine Gabbert
29 John Skelton
30 Ryan Tannehill
31 Tim Tebow
32 Brandon Weeden
33 Kevin Kolb
34 Mark Sanchez
35 Matt Flynn
36 Matt Hasselbeck
37 Joe Webb
38 Kyle Orton

2011 Quarterback Rankings

Rankings Last Updated – August 28th

In recent year’s fantasy football owners who play in redraft leagues have enjoyed a terrific class of elite quarterbacks to choose from with at least the top five options giving you over 4,000 yards passing and 30 plus touchdowns. The 2011 quarterback class is no different, and we still have some young up and coming quarterbacks who could make this years’ class even stronger, with Matt Ryan, Matthew Stafford, Josh Freeman and Sam Bradford as projected future top ten quarterbacks.

Our quarterback player projections below take into account not just each signal callers 2011 projected stats, but each players upside, risk, weather factors, strength of schedule, style of offense and the team they have (skill players) around them. For example, while Sam Bradford is only in his second season the Rams are clearly a projected throw first offense with new offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels calling the plays. It also doesn’t hurt Bradford that he plays in a doom and his division road games are on the West Coast.

Bradford doesn’t have a top notch No.1 receiver but he does have a deep core of talent to work with and plays in a pass friendly division. While this young quarterback needs to prove he can take the next step in his career, we believe he’s ready for around 4,000 yards passing and 23 touchdowns. As Bradford and his receiving core develop, this young field general will be a future top five fantasy quarterback.

Throughout the summer, we will be updating this page because injuries, free agency and unexpected breaking news are constant throughout the year and values are always in flux.

For fantasy player rankings beyond standard redraft league play feel free to check out our cheat sheets section of the website for rankings in various league scoring. We will also have mock drafts available to help you get an idea of where various quarterbacks are being selected in different league styles. We also have Keeper / Dynasty rankings for quarterbacks as well.


Aaron Rodgers


Philip Rivers


Michael Vick


Drew Brees


Tom Brady


Tony Romo


Peyton Manning


Ben Roethlisberger


Matthew Stafford


Matt Ryan


Matt Schaub


Eli Manning


Sam Bradford


Joe Flacco


Josh Freeman


Matt Cassel


Kevin Kolb


Kyle Orton


Jay Cutler


Mark Sanchez


Ryan Fitzpatrick


John Beck


Donovan McNabb


David Garrard

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