Way Too Early Rankings: QB

More than any other position, the QB position feels the least amount of fluctuation as starting gigs are usually wrapped up before the NFL draft. With the two rookies sliding into starting spots, lets see where our QB’s stand in terms of Fantasy Rankings in our Way Too Early Rankings.

  1. Andrew Luck – IND
  2. Aaron Rodgers – GB
  3. Peyton Manning – Den
  4. Russell Wilson – Sea
  5. Drew Brees – NO
  6. Ben Roethlisberger – Pit
  7. Matt Ryan – Atl
  8. Tom Brady – NE
  9. Cam Newton – Car
  10. Ryan Tannehill – Mia
  11. Eli Manning – NYG
  12. Tony Romo – Dal
  13. Philip Rivers – SD
  14. Matthew Stafford – Det
  15. Carson Palmer – Ari
  16. Colin Kaepernick – SF
  17. Joe Flacco – Bal
  18. Andy Dalton – Cin
  19. Jay Cutler – Chi
  20. Derek Carr – Oak
  21. Alex Smith – KC
  22. Teddy Bridgewater – Min
  23. Sam Bradford – Phi
  24. Robert Griffin III – Was
  25. Blake Bortles – Jax
  26. Nick Foles – StL
  27. Jameis Winston – TB
  28. Marcus Mariota – Ten
  29. Brian Hoyer – Hou
  30. Ryan Fitzpatrick – NYJ
  31. Josh McCown – Cle
  32. Matt Cassell – Buf

Three Up:

  • Derek Carr – A young team with some exceptional weapons, Carr could very well vault himself into the top 15 conversation.
  • Blake Bortles – Jacksonville seems committed to creating an offensive culture that will see Bortles succeed. He certainly has the intangibles.
  • Alex Smith – He may have shown age last year, but I think cleaning the slate with his receiving core could work wonders for Smith this year.

Three Down: 

  • Tom Brady – We’ve seen Brady play with a chip on his shoulder, but at 38 and facing a possible suspension, Brady may not be worth his draft day value.
  • Nick Foles – If Sam Bradfords fall from grace was any indication, St. Louis could be a bad spot for Foles. They also have a brutal schedule for QB’s fantasy production.
  • Drew Brees – Age is certainly a factor here, but losing Jimmy Graham and the news that New Orleans is looking to dial back on the reliance of the passing game could see Brees dropping out of the top 10.
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Posted on May 8, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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