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Here are our quarterback rankings. Live them, love them.

Rank Player Team Pa Yds Pa TDs INTs Ru TDs Ru Yds Re TDs Fumb Points
1 Michael Vick PHI 4000 25 13 6 700 0 3 334
2 Aaron Rodgers GB 4450 32 11 2 300 0 3 320
3 Drew Brees NO 4600 35 14 1 35 0 1 303.5
4 Philip Rivers SD 4500 33 12 1 75 0 1 299.5
5 Tom Brady NE 4350 32 7 1 50 0 1 297
6 Peyton Manning IND 4450 32 14 1 30 0 0 287
7 Tony Romo DAL 4400 31 14 1 100 0 1 286
8 Matt Schaub HOU 4450 28 11 1 53 0 3 273.3
9 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 4150 23 11 2 225 0 1 268.5
10 Matt Ryan ATL 4000 26 10 1 125 0 1 260.5
11 Eli Manning NYG 4050 29 15 1 75 0 2 257.5
12 Matthew Stafford DET 4100 28 15 1 75 0 2 255.5
13 Josh Freeman TB 3600 23 10 2 300 0 2 254
14 Jay Cutler CHI 3850 26 16 2 200 0 3 252
15 Joe Flacco BAL 3700 24 12 2 125 0 1 242.5
16 Sam Bradford STL 4000 24 14 1 70 0 2 237
17 Ryan Fitzpatrick BUF 3400 23 18 1 300 0 2 224
18 Matt Cassel KC 3550 22 12 1 175 0 3 223.5
19 David Garrard JAC 3250 18 12 2 300 0 2 216
20 Kevin Kolb ARI 3700 20 11 1 30 0 1 213
21 Jason Campbell OAK 3400 17 14 2 250 0 1 211
22 Mark Sanchez NYJ 3450 19 14 1 100 0 2 198
23 Cam Newton CAR 2950 12 17 4 450 0 2 197
24 Kyle Orton DEN 3550 20 12 0 10 0 2 195
25 Donovan McNabb MIN 3550 18 15 1 55 0 2 191.5
26 Colt McCoy CLE 3300 16 21 2 225 0 1 186.5
27 Matt Hasselbeck TEN 3350 18 10 0 20 0 2 184
28 Chad Henne MIA 3500 16 17 1 75 0 4 175.5
29 Tarvaris Jackson SEA 2500 13 14 3 350 0 2 173
30 Andy Dalton CIN 3400 14 20 1 105 0 2 164.5
31 Charlie Whitehurst SEA 2800 12 14 1 200 0 2 154
32 John Beck WAS 2800 13 15 1 83 0 0 148.3
33 Alex D. Smith SF 2100 13 10 1 50 0 0 127
34 Tim Tebow DEN 1000 7 8 3 200 0 2 86
35 Christian Ponder MIN 1200 13 18 1 150 0 0 85
36 Rex Grossman WAS 1200 7 5 0 20 0 0 68
37 Colin Kaepernick SF 1000 7 12 0 50 0 0 49
38 Blaine Gabbert JAC 750 6 9 0 25 0 1 36.5
39 Matt Moore MIA 500 4 6 1 50 0 1 33
40 Vince Young PHI 200 1 2 1 100 0 0 24
41 Jake Locker TEN 350 3 4 0 50 0 0 23
42 Jimmy Clausen CAR 600 3 8 0 20 0 0 22
43 John Skelton ARI 200 1 2 0 10 0 0 9

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  1. Tommy says:
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    Campbell is higher than I was expecting him but the numbers don’t look really crazy.

    I guess most forget about him because his upside isn’t that high. Whereas, if you draft Kolb you’re thinking there’s a chance you’ve found a breakout star.

    I was saying this last year too but I think Flacco could be a value in the draft because I think he can mirror Matt Ryan’s numbers and he’s definitely going to be drafted later.

    Great rankings. Look forward to updates after the QB carousel.

  2. Bourne says:
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    Jay Cutler’s INTs. #NumberMostLikelyToBeDifferent

  3. Frank Rizzo says:
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    ::Surprised face emoticon::

    Vick throws for over 4,000 and 28 TD’s? He would be lapping the competition. Those are insane numbers when you consider he’ll run for 6 more.

    Has there ever been 12 QB’s that have thrown for over 4,000 yards in one year? I get the feeling you think offenses will really be slinging it around this year Doc.

  4. The talented Mr. Dope man says:
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    Let’s try this again…

    I’m a first time poster to the football side of RAZZZZZZ, but i’m all over that baseball shizz.

    Anyway,

    I’m in a 1 player keeper league, I may be able to pry michael vick away from the guy who gets to keep him (we can only keep players who were drafted after the 8th round). I have 7th pick, i offered him my 4th, 7th, and 11th round picks. Is that too much?

    (I have VJAX as my keeper)

  5. Dakota says:
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    Matt Stafford question – it looks like you’ve basically taken the Lions production from 2010 and placed that on Stafford’s line. Given that the Lions had Drew Stanton and Shaun Hill behind center for most of the year do you think that there’s a big upside possibility here for Stafford? Not top five upside, but top ten upside – Matt Ryan/Big Ben numbers? The Lions attempted 633 passes last year, third behind only Indy and New Orleans. Clearly, I don’t think Stafford is Manning or Brees, but he’s got the best red zone target of the three and a team that will probably be involved in a bunch of shoot outs.

    Stafford in the 9th (twelve team league, standard scoring) is where I’m looking to pick him up. Either as a backup or as my starter depending on availability up the board. This make sense? Should I shy away from him as a starter and continue to target value drafting earlier on?

  6. agarthered says:
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    Hey quick question, im in a keeper league, dont know where i’ll be drafting in the first round yet

    my keepers are between

    Finley, Bradshaw, Lynch, Stevie Johnson

    get to keep 3

    im thinking finley, bradshaw for sure, who would you choose between the other 2?

    Most likely will be taking another rb depending on draft position (otherwise wr)

  7. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @The talented Mr. Dope man: Hmm, tough to tell really. Thinking of guys you could get there and if they’ll an out or not leans me toward saying go for it, but Vick is still a risk and an early 2nd rounder in my opinion. But we don’t win by playing it safe.

    @Dakota: I think Stafford has a ton of upside, but his injury risk is real. I have no problem grabbing him in the 9th.

    @agarthered: I’d go with Stevie. Lynch could have some value this season, but I’d rather replace him in your draft.

  8. Wilsonian says:
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    Welcome back Doc and Commenters!

    I’ve got a question regarding keepers for this season. I’m not 100% sure on the scoring settings because they aren’t set in stone. But assume 0.5 PPR, 6 points per TD (rushing/receiving), 4 points per TD (passing) and then throw in a couple bonus points here and there. Anyway, here are the keeper worthy players:

    Matt Ryan, Romo, Bryant, Austin, Wayne, Moreno

    Who do you keep if we keep 2? Who do you keep if we keep 3?

    I’m leaning Romo, Moreno and then either Austin or Bryant (but I don’t know in which order I’d keep those last 3).

    Thanks Doc! Looking forward to a kickass season!

  9. Wilsonian says:
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    @Wilsonian: throw Bradshaw in the mix, too, but I personally like Moreno more than him.

  10. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Wilsonian: I’d hold off on Moreno. If the Broncos get DeAngelo Williams he loses a lot fo value and they really don’t seem too keen on him right now. Romo/Wayne and then Austin as long as it’s PPR. I like Bradshaw, but I do worry about him staying healthy. If the Broncos don’t do anything with RB in free agency Moreno would be worthwhile.

  11. Bluety says:
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    12 team keeper: Can only keep two players 1 rounds 1-5 and 1 rounds 6 and on. If you keep a player it in the round that he was ranked on cbs top 200. I have the 10 pick—L. McCoy (1st) Vick (1st) MJD (1st) and Mendenhall (2nd) Do I keep on of the 1st if so which one or do i keep mendenhall in the 2nd and hope to get vick with the 10 pick. I also have Dez as my other keeper. thanks

  12. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Bluety: If it’s PPR I keep McCoy. Non, I keep Mendy

  13. dhaab says:
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    When will fantasy “experts” learn. Michael Vick is a freak athlete but he’s proven that he simply cannot stay healthy for 16 games. Also, his o-line is WEAK this year and that spells bad things for the “dream team”.

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