2020 Fantasy Football Rankings: QBs 11-20


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2020 Fantasy Football Rankings - Quarterbacks (Aug. 19):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-35


Other Positions: RB | WR | TE | Top 250 | Sleepers | Busts

  1. Josh Allen, QB, Bills. Bye: 11.
    Josh Allen’s passing stats weren’t very good – just 3,089 yards in 2019 – but he mads up for it with his terrific rushing ability. I imagine Allen won’t run as often as he gets older, but I don’t think his rushing stats will regress very much in 2020. Allen, however, will have a much better receiving corps in the wake of the Stefon Diggs trade.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 3,400 passing yards. 23 passing TDs. 10 INTs. 450 rushing yards. 7 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 295.

  2. Dak Prescott, QB, Cowboys. Bye: 10.
    Dak Prescott is an excellent quarterback when everyone around him is healthy; he threw for 4,902 yards and 30 touchdowns last year. However, if he’s missing a couple of offensive linemen or one of his top receivers, things begin to fall apart around him. Prescott’s outlook certainly took a hit in the wake of Travis Frederick’s retirement, but the CeeDee Lamb selection helps.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 4,400 passing yards. 26 passing TDs. 12 INTs. 260 rushing yards. 3 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 295.



  3. Cam Newton, QB, Patriots. Bye: 6.
    Cam Newton’s stock up is for obvious reasons: He’s on an NFL roster! It’s unclear if Newton is 100 percent, but he should be drafted in the middle rounds because he has great upside if he’s healthy.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 3,300 passing yards. 24 passing TDs. 13 INTs. 570 rushing yards. 6 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 295.

  4. Baker Mayfield, QB, Browns. Bye: 9.
    Baker Mayfield was a major disappointment in 2019, but he had to endure bad coaching and injured receivers. That said, Mayfield wasn’t nearly as sharp as he was as a rookie. This could’ve been because of Freddie Kitchens, so there’s a chance Mayfield could rebound in 2020, especially with two brand new offensive tackle upgrades.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 4,300 passing yards. 28 passing TDs. 14 INTs. 140 rushing yards. 4 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 294.



  5. Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons. Bye: 10.
    Matt Ryan posted strong numbers in 2019, throwing for 4,466 yards and 26 touchdowns despite missing a game-and-a-half. However, it should be noted that Ryan’s best games came in pure garbage time, when he threw for meaningless yards and scores. Atlanta’s defense will be better in 2020, assuming it doesn’t suffer countless injuries again, which means Ryan isn’t nearly as appealing.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 4,250 passing yards. 29 passing TDs. 11 INTs. 160 rushing yards. 1 rushing TD.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 286.

  6. Joe Burrow, QB, Bengals. Bye: 9.
    Joe Burrow played like Drew Brees with mobility during his 15-0 run at LSU this past season. His accuracy and mobility should translate to the pros, and the latter makes him a viable option in his rookie campaign.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 3,600 passing yards. 24 passing TDs. 15 INTs. 510 rushing yards. 4 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 285.



  7. Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions. Bye: 5.
    Matthew Stafford missed half the season in 2019, the first time he was out of the lineup since 2010. However, Stafford is often banged up, and all of his injuries will accumulate. It’s possible we may never see the same Stafford again.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 4,400 passing yards. 30 passing TDs. 13 INTs. 40 rushing yards. 0 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2017 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 284.

  8. Philip Rivers, QB, Colts. Bye: 7.
    Philip Rivers turns 38 in December. He had a bit of a down year in 2019, though that could be attributed to the Chargers missing two or three starting offensive linemen in most games. Rivers should rebound in a better situation, as he’ll be protected well for the first time in a while.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 4,600 passing yards. 31 passing TDs. 13 INTs. 0 rushing yards. 0 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 282.



  9. Drew Lock, QB, Broncos. Bye: 8.
    Drew Lock had a great performance against the Texans after taking over as the starter, but he had a dreadful performance against the Chiefs. It was not surprising to see this sort of inconsistency on his part because he was a rookie. He’s someone to consider when in good matchups in 2020, though there’s plenty of buzz with him because the Broncos added Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler to the receiving corps.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 4,100 passing yards. 26 passing TDs. 13 INTs. 230 rushing yards. 2 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 278.

  10. Ryan Tannehill, QB, Titans. Bye: 7.
    Ryan Tannehill was highly efficient for the Titans in the second half of the 2019 season, but he was not a great fantasy quarterback, save for a couple of games. The Titans’ strong running game and defense make it so Tannehill doesn’t have to do much.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 3,700 passing yards. 27 passing TDs. 11 INTs. 240 rushing yards. 3 rushing TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points (ESPN Scoring): 276.


2020 Fantasy Football Rankings - Quarterbacks (Aug. 19):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-35


Other Positions: RB | WR | TE | Top 250 | Sleepers | Busts




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