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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Quarterbacks - Week 11
Tim Van Prooyen
November 17, 2010
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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 IND 7
Moving Up 2 Michael Vick PHI 4
  3 Aaron Rodgers GBP 10
  4 Drew Brees NOS 10
  5 Philip Rivers SDC 10
  6 Kyle Orton DEN 9
  7 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 5
  8 Eli Manning NYG 8
  9 Matt Schaub HOU 7
  10 Carson Palmer CIN 6
  11 Matt Ryan ATL 8
  12 Ryan Fitzpatrick BUF 6
  13 Tom Brady NEP 5
  14 Joe Flacco BAL 7
  15 Jay Cutler CHI 8
  16 Donovan McNabb WAS 9
  17 David Garrard JAC 9
  18 Josh Freeman TBB 4
Moving Up 19 Troy Smith SFO 9
  20 Sam Bradford STL 9
  21 Jason Campbell OAK 10
  22 Mark Sanchez NYJ 7
Moving Up 23 Jon Kitna DAL 4
Moving Down 24 Brett Favre MIN 8
  25 Vince Young TEN 9
  26 Shaun Hill DET 7
  27 Colt McCoy CLE 8
  28 Matt Cassel KCC 4
  29 Matt Hasselbeck SEA 5
  30 Chad Henne MIA 5
Moving Up 31 Tyler Thigpen MIA 5
  32 Jimmy Clausen CAR 6
  33 Bruce Gradkowski OAK 10
  34 Max Hall ARI 6
  35 Tim Tebow DEN 9

Michael Vick, EaglesMoving Up
The talk on Michael Vick has now reached MVP discussion status, which, coupled with the amazing display he put on Monday night tells all anyone needs to know about how good he is playing now.  In Huddle performance scoring he’s actually averaging about seven more points a game than Peyton Manning, and three points more than his closest peer, Philip Rivers.  Needless to say, he could be number one, and if he has another excellent outing in week 11 he will be. 

Troy Smith, 49ersMoving Up
The jury is still out, to a point, on Smith, but he’s performing much better than many quarterbacks in the game right now for fantasy owners, giving him a nice nudge up the rankings.  He’s making great decisions, hooking up deep with his receivers, not turning the ball over, and definitely not giving the team any reason to put Alex Smith back in anytime soon. 

Jon Kitna, Cowboys Moving Up
It seems a new coach and another week getting most of the reps in practice put Kitna at least a bit more at ease last week as he rebounded with a much better outing than a week ago.  With Detroit in line this week and a team that seemed much different than the one that had been on the field, Kitna should level off into a decent QB2 for the remainder of the season.

Brett Favre, VikingsMoving Down
It is tough moving the old man down this far, but his play simply hasn’t been up to par, whether due to injuries or simply due to age or weak team play.  He can still put up a decent number here or there, but with only ten touchdowns on the season to go with sixteen picks, he is getting to almost be pure poison for fantasy owners. 

Tyler Thigpen, DolphinsMoving Up
The upside isn’t huge, but at the moment it would appear that Thigpen is the starter for the Dolphins, at least until Chad Henne’s knee is good enough to play.  However, keep in mind that Henne had just been benched in favor of Chad Pennington last week, so it is completely possible that Thigpen may start for longer.

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