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Regular Season, Updated: 6/18/18



Projections:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB

Rankings with Outlooks:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DL | LB | DB

Rankings:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB | Dynasty | Rookie-Only | Print Version | MFL Power


Legend:   Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk   ADP = Average Draft Position
ADP courtesy of FantasyFootballCalculator 
QUARTERBACKS
Chg Rank Player Tm Bye
  1 Aaron Rodgers GB 7 3.05
  2 Russell Wilson SEA 7 5.08
  3 Tom Brady NE 11 4.12
Tier 2
  4 Cam Newton CAR 4 6.07
  5 Drew Brees NO 6 5.08
6 Philip Rivers LAC 8 10.11
  7 Matthew Stafford DET 6 9.08
  8 Jameis Winston TB 5 12.01
Tier 3
  9 Matt Ryan ATL 8 9.04
  10 Deshaun Watson HOU 10 3.12
  11 Patrick Mahomes KC 12 11.05
  12 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 7 10.09
  13 Kirk Cousins MIN 10 7.06
  14 Blake Bortles JAC 9 -
Tier 4
  15 Dak Prescott DAL 8 12.07
16 Carson Wentz PHI 9 6.02
  17 Jimmy Garoppolo SF 11 7.10
  18 Jared Goff LAR 12 8.09
  19 Marcus Mariota TEN 8 11.11
20 Ryan Tannehill MIA 11 -
  21 Alex Smith WAS 4 13.04
  22 Case Keenum DEN 10 13.06
Tier 5
  23 Andy Dalton CIN 9 -
  24 Eli Manning NYG 9 13.09
  25 Derek Carr OAK 7 11.01
  26 Joe Flacco BAL 10 -
  27 Mitchell Trubisky CHI 5 -
Tier 6
  28 Tyrod Taylor CLE 11 14.08
29 Andrew Luck IND 9 9.04
  30 Josh McCown NYJ 11 -
  31 Sam Bradford ARI 9 -
  32 AJ McCarron BUF 11 -
  33 Jacoby Brissett IND 9 -
  34 Josh Allen BUF 11 -
  35 Baker Mayfield CLE 11 -
  36 Nick Foles PHI 9 -
Tier 7
  37 Josh Rosen ARI 9 -
  38 Sam Darnold NYJ 11 -
  39 Brandon Weeden HOU 10 -
  40 Blaine Gabbert TEN 8 -
  41 Chase Daniel CHI 5 -
  42 Lamar Jackson BAL 10 -
  43 Ryan Fitzpatrick TB 5 -
  44 Landry Jones PIT 7 -
  45 Matt Barkley CIN 9 -
  46 Colt McCoy WAS 4 -
Tier 8
  47 Davis Webb NYG 9 -
  48 Austin Davis SEA 7 -
  49 Sean Mannion LAR 12 -
  50 C.J. Beathard SF 11 -
  51 Trevor Siemian MIN 10 -
  52 EJ Manuel OAK 7 -
  53 Brock Osweiler MIA 11 -
  54 Chad Henne KC 12 -
  55 Cody Kessler JAC 9 -
  56 Geno Smith LAC 8 -
  57 DeShone Kizer GB 7 -
  58 Matt Schaub ATL 8 -
  59 Paxton Lynch DEN 10 -
  60 Brian Hoyer NE 11 -
  61 Taylor Heinicke CAR 4 -
  62 Cooper Rush DAL 8 -
 
COMMENTS
  Aaron Rodgers, GB: Rodgers (collarbone) should be fine for summer workouts. His presence should help raise league-wide passing yardage which saw a marked decline in 2017.

  Russell Wilson, SEA: Wilson tied his career high in TD passes (34) last season. May not to use his legs a much this season but still a QB1.

  Tom Brady, NE: Brady has been a top 5 fantasy QB each of the last three seasons.

  Cam Newton, CAR: Newton's inaccurate and typically sports a low passing TD-total, but rushing prowess vaults him into QB1 territory.

  Drew Brees, NO: Brees is coming off his worst fantasy season since 2005 but still finished 13th in FPts/G among QBs.

Philip Rivers, LAC: Despite his lack of rushing stats, Rivers has been a top ten fantasy QB the last five seasons.

  Matthew Stafford, DET: Stafford hasn't missed a game in 7 years. He's been a top 10 fantasy QB the last three.

  Jameis Winston, TB: Plenty of quality offensive weapons should lead to bounceback season for Winston.

  Matt Ryan, ATL: Can be counted on for 4000+ yards but wild swings in TD totals have made Ryan the QB17, QB3, QB21 the last 3 seasons.

  Deshaun Watson, HOU: Watson (ACL) was on fire prior to injuring his knee Week 8. Will be overvalued in fantasy drafts, has injury concerns, could also be a top 5 fantasy QB.

  Patrick Mahomes, KC: With above average weapons, it's easy to get excited about Mahomes. Mid-range QB1 status is possible.

  Ben Roethlisberger, PIT: Why wait on a QB? Ben has been a consistent middle of the pack QB1 for the last 5 years. His ADP was Round 9 last season.

  Kirk Cousins, MIN: Cousins is likely to be overvalued by fantasy owners. He's a solid QB1 but won't come at a bargain on draft day.

  Blake Bortles, JAC: Bortles fantasy output has declined 3 straight years, but it may surprise you he was QB3 (2015), QB8 (2016), QB13 (2017) during that span.

  Dak Prescott, DAL: Prescott's rushing ability (12 TDs the last two seasons) keeps him in the low-end QB1, high-end QB2 conversation.

Carson Wentz, PHI: Wentz (ACL) goal is to be ready for Week 1. Surgery was on December 13th. Assuming he'll return QB1 value is risky.

  Jimmy Garoppolo, SF: Averaged 308 yds, 1.4 TDs in five games as starter last season. Supporting cast is mediocre, but has QB1 upside.

  Jared Goff, LAR: Loose from the guidance of Jeff Fisher, Goff turned into a low-end QB1 last season. Cooks addition can't hurt.

  Marcus Mariota, TEN: Coming off an atrocious season (13 passing TDs), new OC (LaFleur) and philosophy is reason for optimism.

Ryan Tannehill, MIA: Tanehill (knee) lost Landry to free agency but has viable weapons at receiver. Can he stay healthy?

  Alex Smith, WAS: Coming off career year, hard to imagine Smith repeating as he learns a new scheme and players. QB2 value.

  Case Keenum, DEN: Keenum will likely be exactly what he was in Minnesota, a mid-range QB2 with decent options at wideout.

  Andy Dalton, CIN: Tweaks to the playbook are coming but will they be enough to vault Dalton out of QB2 territory?

  Eli Manning, NYG: Eli is coming off a season to forget. OBJ playing 16 games will help. The Giants QB will come at a bargain on draft day.

  Derek Carr, OAK: There may be some bumpy roads in 2018 as Carr transitions to a new HC and new offensive system.

  Joe Flacco, BAL: The last time Flacco was fantasy relevant was in 2014 (QB14).

  Mitchell Trubisky, CHI: Got a huge talent boost at the OC (Nagy), WR (Robinson) and TE (Burton) positions this off-season.

  Tyrod Taylor, CLE: HC Hue Jackson claims Taylor will be starting QB. Plenty of weapons but underwhelming coach is cause for concern.

Andrew Luck, IND: Luck (shoulder) threw a football on 6/12. He's on my 'do not draft' list until further notice.

  Josh McCown, NYJ: McCown will have spot value during the season but is likely keeping the starting seat warm for rookie Darnold.

  Sam Bradford, ARI: Injury risky is severe with Bradford. Last timed he played 16 games was in 2012. QB2 at best.

  AJ McCarron, BUF: Will head to camp with a slight edge over Peterman and Allen, but starting job is up for grabs.

  Josh Allen, BUF: Will head to camp slightly behind McCarron, but starting job is up for grabs.

  Baker Mayfield, CLE: Rookie will have to leapfrog Tyrod. Even if he does, a mid-range QB2 is likely ceiling in Year1.