Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Quarterback: Week 6
John Tuvey
October 8, 2012
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Aaron Rodgers GBP 10
  2 Drew Brees NOS 6
  3 Tom Brady NEP 9
  4 Matt Ryan ATL 7
  5 Eli Manning NYG 11
  6 Peyton Manning DEN 7
Moving Down 7 Robert Griffin III WAS 10
  8 Cam Newton CAR 6
  9 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 4
  10 Tony Romo DAL 5
  11 Michael Vick PHI 7
Moving Up 12 Andrew Luck IND 4
  13 Matthew Stafford DET 5
  14 Philip Rivers SDC 7
  15 Joe Flacco BAL 8
Moving Up 16 Jay Cutler CHI 6
  17 Matt Schaub HOU 8
  18 Andy Dalton CIN 8
  19 Josh Freeman TBB 5
  20 Alex Smith SFO 9
  21 Christian Ponder MIN 11
  22 Carson Palmer OAK 5
  23 Ryan Fitzpatrick BUF 8
Moving Up 24 Brandon Weeden CLE 10
  25 Ryan Tannehill MIA 7
Moving Down 26 Kevin Kolb ARI 10
  27 Sam Bradford STL 9
  28 Matt Hasselbeck TEN 11
  29 Russell Wilson SEA 11
  30 Mark Sanchez NYJ 9
  31 Blaine Gabbert JAC 6
  32 Matt Cassel KCC 7

Robert Griffin III, RedskinsMoving Down
It was only a matter of time until RG3 took a shot he couldn't bounce back up from. No word yet on if his "mild concussion" will cost him time, but it illustrates the fragility of a running quarterback. High reward, high risk.

Andrew Luck, ColtsMoving Up
It didn't take Luck long to figure out how to get the ball to Reggie Wayne, and he's mixing in enough Dwayne Allen, Coby Fleener, Donnie Avery and TY Hilton to provide an immediate reward to Colts fans and his fantasy owners.

Brandon Weeden, BrownsMoving Up
Cleveland remains winless, but with Weeden and Trent Richardson providing more offensive firepower than the Browns have seen in years they're far from hopeless. Could Josh Gordon be the missing piece to the rejuvenation puzzle?

Kevin Kolb, CardinalsMoving Down
The winning streak is over, the line is leaking like a sieve, and John Skelton is almost ready to return. Not that Kolb was much of a fantasy factor anyway, but his days as a bye week plug-in may be numbered as well.

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