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2012 Fantasy Football Rankings: Quarterbacks

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2012 Fantasy Football Rankings - Quarterbacks (Sept. 2):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-35

  1. Aaron Rodgers, QB, Packers. Bye: 10.
    Aaron Rodgers should be the consensus No. 1 quarterback. He posts top passing numbers like the other elite signal-callers, but unlike Tom Brady and Drew Brees, Rodgers picks up a good chunk of rushing yardage, which gives him the edge at this position. Rodgers has 16 rushing touchdowns in the past four seasons. In that span, Brady has five, while Brees has three.

    Projected 2012 Fantasy Stats: 4,400 passing yards. 39 passing TDs. 8 INTs. 275 rushing yards. 4 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2012 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 367.

  2. Tom Brady, QB, Patriots. Bye: 9.
    Tom Brady is at the top of his game right now, utilizing his two talented tight ends to near perfection. Brady threw for an all-time second-best 5,235 yards last year, and now he'll have Brandon Lloyd as a new threat at receiver. Jabar Gaffney should also be a decent safety valve.

    Projected 2012 Fantasy Stats: 5,000 passing yards. 39 passing TDs. 11 INTs. 90 rushing yards. 2 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2012 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 355.

  3. Drew Brees, QB, Saints. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 26 UPDATE: Drew Brees was incredibly sharp versus the Texans, going 17-of-25 for 179 yards and two touchdowns. What those numbers don't include are a pair of drops, a pass-interference penalty drawn by Jimmy Graham and a 57-yard completion to Graham that was wiped out by an illegal-touching infraction. It does not look like Brees will be slumping this year because of Bountygate.

    JULY 19 UPDATE: Drew Brees' holdout is over. He signed a long-term deal with the Saints, so there will be no monetary distraction.

    Drew Brees is obviously a Pro Bowl talent, but there are two concerns with him. First, Sean Payton's year-long suspension could be damaging. Not to Brees himself - he thrived last year when Payton suffered that bizarre sideline knee injury - but to the team in general. The Saints could be in disarray, which will impact Brees' numbers. Second, Brees is in a contract dispute. He'll probably get a contract prior to training camp, but if not, he'll hold out. Players who hold out usually tend to struggle.

    Projected 2012 Fantasy Stats: 4,900 passing yards. 37 passing TDs. 14 INTs. 60 rushing yards. 1 rushing TD.
    Projected 2012 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 328.

  4. Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions. Bye: 5.
    AUG. 18 UPDATE: Detroit looked downright lethal versus Baltimore, as Matthew Stafford went 12-of-17 for 184 yards and two touchdowns in less than a half of action. This was highlighted by a beautiful 57-yard bomb to Calvin Johnson in the second quarter. Ser Stafford's only poor throw was a near-pick when he targeted Brandon Pettigrew. He was pretty flawless otherwise. He should be the fourth quarterback off the board in fantasy drafts.

    Ah, so that's what happens when Matthew Stafford stays healthy for 16 games. All Ser Stafford did was throw for 5,038 yards and 41 touchdowns. He's a stud.

    Having said that, I am slightly down on him this year. He's only played a full season one out of three times, so asking him to do so again could be too much. Also, if you believe in the Madden Curse like me, you're concerned that Calvin Johnson could injure himself by slipping on a McDonald's bag or drinking too much Diet Double Drew, or something.

    Projected 2012 Fantasy Stats: 4,740 passing yards. 34 passing TDs. 15 INTs. 60 rushing yards. 1 rushing TD.
    Projected 2012 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 307.

  5. Cam Newton, QB, Panthers. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 18 UPDATE: Cam Newton couldn't get anything going last week because he constantly had Houston defenders in his face. Things were much easier this time because the Dolphins couldn't put any pressure on him. Newton was brilliant as a result, going 8-of-11 for 119 yards and a touchdown. This doesn't even include a 39-yard pass-interference flag on Sean Smith, who mugged Steve Smith downfield. There was also 29-yard gain to DeAngelo Williams on a screen that was nullified because Brandon LaFell blocked illegally downfield.

    Everyone was wrong about this guy. Here's what I wrote last year: "Cam Newton will struggle, as most rookie quarterbacks do. He does have some value in fantasy, however, because of his ability to put up decent rushing numbers. Vince Young threw for just 2,199 yards and 12 touchdowns in his rookie career, but made up for it with 552 rushing yards and seven scores on the ground. I feel like that's a good barometer for Newton's 2012 campaign."

    All Newton did was shatter records held by Peyton Manning and other great quarterbacks. Newton could suffer a sophomore slump though. Consider that he threw for 208 yards or fewer in five of his final six games.

    Projected 2012 Fantasy Stats: 3,750 passing yards. 23 passing TDs. 17 INTs. 550 rushing yards. 7 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2012 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 305.

  6. Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 17 UPDATE: Matt Ryan finished 18-of-21 for 174 yards and one touchdown in less than a half of work against the Bengals. He threw just one bad pass, which was an overthrow to Julio Jones for what could have been a 41-yard touchdown in the middle of the second quarter. Still, it's remarkable that he was on a 400-yard pace despite poor play from his offensive line. He's a strong third-tier quarterback this year.

    AUG. 10 UPDATE: Matt Ryan was on fire versus Baltimore's defense in the preseason opener. He went 9-of-13 for 155 yards, one touchdown and a pick in just one quarter of work. The interception was bad; he stared down Roddy White deep in Ravens' territory. He was flawless otherwise though and looked like he was made for Dirk Koetter's offense. Ryan is definitely right with Eli Manning, Tony Romo and Philip Rivers as one of the third-tier quarterbacks.

    There's a buy-low opportunity here for Matt Ryan. Everyone expected Ryan to have a huge 2011 campaign. He certainly wasn't bad, throwing for 4,177 yards and 29 touchdowns, but most thought he'd post greater numbers. Plus, many won't be able to block out the image of Ryan failing to put up any points against the Giants in the playoffs.

    Ryan should have his best season yet. The Falcons spent two Day 2 selections on offensive linemen, while Julio Jones will be more effective as an NFL sophomore.

    Projected 2012 Fantasy Stats: 4,480 passing yards. 30 passing TDs. 13 INTs. 80 rushing yards. 1 rushing TD.
    Projected 2012 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 287.

  7. Tony Romo, QB, Cowboys. Bye: 5.
    AUG. 27 UPDATE: Despite missing Dez Bryant, Jason Witten and Miles Austin-Jones, Tony Romo was perfect against the Rams. Literally perfect. He went 9-of-13 for 198 yards and two touchdowns in just one quarter of action. A pair of his incompletions were dropped (John Phillips, Kevin Ogletree), while the other two were thrown away. Romo hit wideout Dwayne Harris for touchdown bombs of 61 and 38 yards. He's firmly locked in as a third-tier fantasy quarterback, alongside Matt Ryan, Eli Manning and perhaps Philip Rivers.

    AUG. 20 UPDATE: With Miles Austin-Jones and Jason Witten potentially set to miss the first couple of games, Tony Romo's projected stats have to decrease.

    I was glad when I heard Tony Romo declined an invitation to participate in some random golf tournament this year. He's always done this, which prompted many, including myself, to question his dedication to football. He'll actually be concentrating on football now, so that's a plus.

    Romo is still a strong QB1. He lost Laurent Robinson, but Miles Austin-Jones will be healthy this year. Those things should offset each other, so if Dez Bryant can take a step forward, Romo should have his best season yet.

    Projected 2012 Fantasy Stats: 4,380 passing yards. 31 passing TDs. 12 INTs. 50 rushing yards. 1 rushing TD.
    Projected 2012 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 286.

  8. Eli Manning, QB, Giants. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 25 UPDATE: Eli Manning was incredibly sharp against the Bears, going 17-of-21 for 148 yards and a touchdown despite once again missing Hakeem Nicks' services. He was pretty much perfect; a couple of incompletions were thrown away, while another one was a Victor Cruz drop on what would have moved the chains on third down.

    So, that's why Eli Manning said that he's an elite quarterback. Eli threw for 4,933 yards and 29 touchdowns during his second Super Bowl campaign. It's unlikely he'll be able to match the yardage numbers in 2012, especially with Mario Manningham gone. However, Brandon Jacobs is also history, so Eli will be asked to do more in the red zone.

    Projected 2012 Fantasy Stats: 4,550 passing yards. 31 passing TDs. 15 INTs. 30 rushing yards. 1 rushing TD.
    Projected 2012 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 285.

  9. Philip Rivers, QB, Chargers. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 31 UPDATE: Philip Rivers went 8-of-10 for 89 yards and an interception in the preseason finale against San Francisco's reserves. The pick was quite puzzling. He made a horrible decision by trying to fit the ball into Malcom Floyd and was consequently picked off by a backup safety. Rivers is going to throw a ton of interceptions this year. Downgrade him if your league subtracts two points for picks.

    Philip Rivers denies it for some reason because he doesn't want to make an excuse, but he was hurt all of last year. He'd be a nice bounce-back candidate if he didn't lose his No. 1 receiver, Vincent Jackson, to the Buccaneers. Still, Rivers is a strong QB1 because of his unbelievable talent. He has played well without Jackson before, and should be able to do so again.

    Projected 2012 Fantasy Stats: 4,600 passing yards. 30 passing TDs. 19 INTs. 50 rushing yards. 1 rushing TD.
    Projected 2012 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 277.

  10. Peyton Manning, QB, Broncos. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 27 UPDATE: Manning finished 10-of-12 for 122 yards and two touchdowns in just one quarter of work versus San Francisco. He had just one true misfire; the other was a Joel Dreessen drop. It must be noted that the 49ers were missing some key defensive personnel, but it was still encouraging to see Manning bounce back after getting hit hard. He responded with a completion to Willis McGahee and an ensuing touchdown to Eric Decker. There's still a bit of a concern about if his neck can hold up the whole season, but Manning can be drafted as a lower-end QB1. The problem is that he's being taken much earlier than that. He went in the fourth round of one of my fantasy drafts this past weekend, which is just way too early.

    AUG. 23 UPDATE: Multiple reports from ESPN and Scouts Inc. indicate that Peyton Manning has had major issues throwing to his right for more than 10 yards. This is obviously bad news for Manning's fantasy potential. While he could heal and become a low-end QB1, he's just going way too early in fantasy drafts. Stay away from him unless he falls to about Round 9-10.

    Peyton Manning is a very risky fantasy player. On one hand, if he's close to 100 percent, he'll be a steal in Round 4 or 5, or wherever he goes. If he's not, he'll be a wasted, early-round pick.

    I wouldn't trust Manning enough to take him in the first five rounds. He's had multiple neck procedures, and he already showed signs of erosion in 2010. He also has a brand-new supporting cast that he has to get used to. Oh, and he hasn't been as effective outdoors, so he has to get used to playing in the elements every week.

    Projected 2012 Fantasy Stats: 4,200 passing yards. 34 passing TDs. 15 INTs. 20 rushing yards. 0 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2012 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 276.

2012 Fantasy Football Rankings - Quarterbacks (Sept. 2):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-35

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Todd Kennedy 08-23-2012 06:15 am (total posts: 3)
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I just don't believe in Tim Tebow, and I add to the fact that The NFL has had the offseason to scout him. I liken this to a young hitter or pitcher who the MLB catches up to. I think teams will look at how the Bills dealt with him, and force him to do things that he is uncomfortable doing, mostly making sure the Defensive Line doesn't over pursue. He made a lot of clutch plays, and he does have a good mentality. I haven't seen him in the pre-season, but the reports I've heard aren't great. All QBs have the capacity to improve in the pre-season.

I think Fitzy for the Bills, really improved his arm strength in the offseason last year and he seems to be able to get the ball out and deep so long as his sternum isn't broken and Freddie Jackson needs to stay healthy to balance the offense. Freddie is their third best receiver, and CJ is fine, but Freddie is a big time player, and yes he is getting older. He just runs with violence.

The Bills still haven't found their second go to receiver, but it's important to note that the Bills use multiple receiver sets more then any other team in the NFL. Fitzy trusts Stevie, Nelson, Chandler, Freddie, and I think, and this is a hunch Derek Hagen is going to have a breakout of the pack. Marcus Easley is fading. the game against the Steelers will tell the truth about the receivers pecking order. I am surprised that their new LT Glenn, can't get low or bend, but is still so massive and quick footed that his blind side protection has been really good. The interior linemen have looked kind of sketchy, they haven't run the ball well. The should be in shape now that camp is over.

I really like the Bills Linebackers, they seem to have depth and FAs like McKillop will be hard to cut. I have also liked how Merriman has looked, he has added some weight, it seems, to be a pure pass down DE, having Anderson, Merriman and Williams should help their sore spot. Cornerback

The Bills Corners are terrible, Gilmour is good, but a rookie, the rest look McAuful. Aaron Williams looks like he hasn't made the conversion from Safety to Corner totally, and is going to get beaten deep unless he has over the top help.

Jairus Byrd looks great, Da'Norris Searcy and Wilson are adequate, the have some sleepers at safety, and one will make the team. I wouldn't be surprised if McKelvin gets cut, and the Bills look to the Street for a corner.

Tyler Thigpen is horrible, needs to be cut. Vince Young seems service-able. One play he will make a brilliant throw, the next he will put no air on a long ball and over throw a wide open receiver. He does love to pull the ball down and run, the guy cannot read defenses, he's poor wunderlic score are scary. He is still way better then Thigpen. Young's confidence helps him.

So, I will know more after the third pre-season game, the game that everyone cares about, as the starters play more reps, but they look like an 8-8 team, and if healthy and the Jets tank, will be in the hunt for a wildcard. They have a good offensive and defensive system...I just worry about their corners, which is no big deal in the all passing NFL right? lol. :/
Sylar 08-21-2012 11:35 pm (total posts: 1)
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Another idiot who thinks Tim Tebow will be a starter in the NFL at any point. You must be a Gator fan. no other explanation.
Hey 08-20-2012 02:20 pm (total posts: 1)
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Locker > Tebow
John Reilly 08-20-2012 12:22 am (total posts: 1)
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Hey to whoever made this list, I am very happy,thrilled and excited that you have my Redskins QB ranked #10, but I think it is a little early to rank a rookie QB as high as you did,but this is a pretty good list.
Neil 08-19-2012 07:30 pm (total posts: 1)
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If Tony Romo throws for 332 td's, wouldn't he be the #1 Fantasy qb??
Walt Sucks 08-19-2012 03:52 pm (total posts: 1)
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Get off Griffin's dick.
Nthetrenches 08-19-2012 03:11 pm (total posts: 1)
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Just another talking head regurgitating inaccurate info. I can't say I blame you since even the majority of chiefs fans don't like matt cassell. Keep in mind that 2008 he had a pretty decent year also....when he was surrounded by a talented offensive group. No one will confuse Matt with Aaron Rodgers or Tom Brady, but he will be surrounded by quite possibly the most talented supporting cast he has EVER had....including his 1 year actually playing with the pats. You apparently haven't watched either of the preseason games the chiefs have played, because he has looked like the best, most consistent player on the chiefs throughout both of those games. I'm not saying he will crack the top 5 in fantasy points, BUT I guarantee he will score more points than half the guys you have him rated behind....especially now that Bowe is in camp. Why don't you try watching the players you rate....or at least check out the preseason stats before you write something that makes you look like you don't know what your writing about.

Response to the dumb Michael Vick hater 08-19-2012 01:54 pm (total posts: 2)
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So you think it is impossible for him to change as a person? Have you ever considered that he was introduced to dog fighting since he was 5 by his dad. He did some terrible things but he spent 2 YEARS in jail. People like you are actually what's wrong with the world because you always think the worst of people even if they are trying to be a better person. Another thing that is wrong with you is that you have now accused him of being a serial killer? He was actually the ring leader and he didn't take part in most of the fights so keep trying to play it up. He spent a long time in jail and it is pretty obvious that he has changed. If you want to go through life believing everybody who does bad things will always be a bad person then go ahead but not everyone has to be that way. I'm not being naive because I didn't forgive him right away. It took a few years but now it is clear to me and to most others that he is not the same person he once was.
Response to the dumb Michael Vick comment 08-19-2012 12:02 pm (total posts: 1)
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"he's changed as a person"? How exactly do you know that? Cause he hasn't been caught slaughtering dogs again? Do you know him personally? People like you are what's wrong with the world. Just because hes good at football and you like watching him play doesn't make him a decent person. He was torturing animals. He wasn't just letting them fight (bad enough), and he was just killing the leftovers (ya know, with a more humane gun shot or something)...he was torturing them. You don't do that unless you enjoy it. You don't enjoy it unless youre a pspciopath. It's scary that you don't even know the guy, probably don't know the details of what he did, but youre naive enough to think he's changed. Serial killers start by torturing animals. There's a link. If you enjoy animal torture (which #7 clearly does) then you could murder someone. If #7 didn't have a skill set that nets him millions I have no doubt he'd be in prison. So you keep deluding yourself into what a great "changed" man he is because he acts humble on camera.
tony 08-19-2012 10:15 am (total posts: 1)
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All I have to say is Tim Tebow before Flacco? You lost all respect for knowing what you are talking about. Replaced by Halloween in your comments of Blain! Dude, you are already smoking that Halloween stuff!
bill 08-19-2012 12:12 am (total posts: 3)
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Walt is an idiot 08-18-2012 08:46 pm (total posts: 2)
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The reason Andy Dalton averaged very few passing yards the last 5 weeks is because he was a rookie facing very good defenses. He will not have a sophomore slump and I have no idea what would make you think that. You always have negative stuff to say about the Bengals. And stop with the Qb Eagles 7 crap. His name is Michael VIck and maybe you should call him that. He has changed as a person and if you are still denying that then you are truly a hater.
... 08-18-2012 03:11 pm (total posts: 1)
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walt, gabbert's changed. he should be above sanchez, as well as tannehill
@eNYAWD 08-18-2012 01:18 pm (total posts: 1)
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I know right must not like the Cowboys
12345 08-18-2012 02:35 am (total posts: 1)
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Yeah, keeping thinking that about Gabbert, dead last ranking and all. Just make sure you save room for all that crow you'll be having at the end of the year.

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