Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Quarterback: Week 3
John Tuvey
September 16, 2013
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

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

Michael Vick, EaglesMoving Up
Uptempo offense certainly seems to agree with him; he'd be higher if that same uptempo offense didn't raise durability red flags.

Tom Brady, PatriotsMoving Down
Is there anyone in New England who can run a route and catch a ball? Brady can't do it all himself, and right now Rob Gronkowski is the closest to returning to salvage Tom's sanity--and his fantasy season.

Philip Rivers, ChargersMoving Up
Rumors of Rivers' demise have been greatly exagerrated, but maybe we should have seen it coming; after all, Mike McCoy pleased competent quarterbacking--and a playoff run--out of Tim Tebow.

Josh Freeman, BuccaneersMoving Down
We knew he could run, but his passing was better than anticipated. He'll have to do both to carry the Raiders, and his debut was at minimum a productive first step.


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