It is the final week of the regular season, and I'm sure you are the same as me in thinking, "where did the season go?" Well if your league plays the whole way through, it has gone to the fantasy Super Bowl. There is always the risk of which guys are going to play, which guys are going to sit, and which guys might only play a series, or a quarter, or a half. Is it worth playing, Brees, Brady, Ryan? What player can lead you to the fantasy sports promised land? Hell if I know, but below you will find the final quarterback rankings of the year.
I guess Philip Rivers wasn't happy with me when weeks ago I said that San Diego wasn't going to make the usual late season run that they always make, because all of a sudden the Charger signal caller is white hot and helping his fantasy owners. What the hell happened to Eli Manning last week? If you somehow happen to still be alive after that debacle, look for Manning to shine in the Battle For New York! Can Cam Newton finish his magical rookie season and lead me to victory in a 32 team fantasy league? Will Drew Brees shine again? How long will Aaron Rodgers play? Finish up your fantasy season strong with the Week 16 quarterback rankings.
As we approach week 13 of the NFL season, the fantasy football playoffs are closing in and it is vital to start all of the right players. The Houston Texans have now lost starting quarterback Matt Schaub and backup quarterback Matt Leinart. Does third string quarterback T.J. Yates have any fantasy value? With Tim Tebow mania sweeping the nation, we have to question how he ranks among fantasy quarterbacks. Matt Ryan is starting to prove himself as an elite quarterback in reality, but is he an elite fantasy option? Will Cam Newton finish the season with the most rushing touchdowns of any player in the league? Does Dan Orlovsky break the top 25 after being named the Colts starter this week? Will Brees, Brady, and Rodgers continue their dominance of NFL defenses? All your questions will be answered in this week’s quarterback ranking.
It is Week 5 now and I still hear questions about whether or not Cam Newton is a legitimate number one fantasy quarterback. What does he have to do for you people? It doesn't matter the matchup at this point, whether it is through the air or on the ground (or both), Cam is going to put up big points for you. The biggest surprise of the season is Matt Hasselbeck and whether or not he can continue this, especially considering the loss of Kenny Britt. However, the Steelers defense hasn't been able to stop most teams so I can see him having another good week. What should you expect from Michael Vick, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Andy Dalton this week? The answers to those questions and more are right here in the Week 5 quarterback rankings.
What a wild and crazy day we had in Week 1 as it seemed like more quarterbacks than ever threw for over 300 yards. It almost didn't matter who you had, your QB probably put up a decent number (sorry Donovan McNabb and Alex Smith owners). Will defenses catch back up in the second week? Can Cam Newton possibly repeat his incredible debut performance? What about Kevin Kolb and Chad Henne? Will there be a bounce back for Ben Roethlisberger and Matt Cassel? There are a few really interesting matchups for signal callers this week so let's not waste any more time and get reading this week's rankings.