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Rest Of Season Player Rankings - Quarterbacks: Week 2
John Tuvey
September 14, 2011
 

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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

QUARTERBACKS
Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Michael Vick PHI 7
  2 Aaron Rodgers GBP 8
  3 Tom Brady NEP 7
  4 Drew Brees NOS 11
  5 Philip Rivers SDC 6
  6 Tony Romo DAL 5
  7 Matt Schaub HOU 11
Moving Up 8 Matthew Stafford DET 9
  9 Matt Ryan ATL 8
  10 Jay Cutler CHI 8
  11 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 11
  12 Josh Freeman TBB 8
  13 Joe Flacco BAL 5
  14 Sam Bradford STL 5
  15 Eli Manning NYG 7
  16 Ryan Fitzpatrick BUF 7
  17 Kevin Kolb ARI 6
Moving Up 18 Cam Newton CAR 9
  19 Mark Sanchez NYJ 8
  20 Chad Henne MIA 5
Moving Up 21 Rex Grossman WAS 5
  22 Colt McCoy CLE 5
  23 Jason Campbell OAK 8
  24 Alex Smith SFO 7
  25 Matt Hasselbeck TEN 6
  26 Kerry Collins IND 11
  27 Kyle Orton DEN 6
Moving Down 28 Matt Cassel KCC 6
Moving Down 29 Donovan McNabb MIN 9
  30 Tarvaris Jackson SEA 6
  31 Luke McCown JAC 9
  32 Andy Dalton CIN 7
  33 Bruce Gradkowski CIN 7
  34 Blaine Gabbert JAC 9
  35 Peyton Manning IND 11

Matthew Stafford, LionsMoving Up
Stafford carried over his blistering preseason into Week 1, torching the Bucs for 305 and three. It's becoming obvious that, when healthy, Stafford has top-10 QB talent. Of course, him limping off twice late in the Tampa game had his fantasy owners pulling at what's left of their hair. Relax, it was only cramps... this time.

Cam Newton, PanthersMoving Up
The rushing touchdown was expected, but no one saw the record-shattering passing performance coming. Carolina's game plan plays to Newton's strengths, and he delivered in a big way. Now, can he do it against a legit NFL defense and/or come up with the extra yard necessary to win a game?

Rex Grossman, RedskinsMoving Up
Really, Mike Shanahan; you were toying with John Beck over Rexy? Grossman gets a bad rap, and there's little doubt he'll have a mistake-laden game in the very near future that exemplifies why that rap exists. But until then he seems very comfortable running this offense..

Matt Cassel, ChiefsMoving Down
Does he miss Charlie Weis that much already? The Chiefs look lost, and what success they eventually will have will likely come on the ground. Cassel was at best a fringe starter; now he's clinging to a roster spot in two-QB leagues. 

Donovan McNabb, VikingsMoving Down
Maybe it's overreacting, but look at it this way: McNabb is on pace to match Tom Brady's Monday night exploits... by Week 14. Maybe. And that's cumulative, folks. Minnesota's game plan needs some tweaks, and the offensive line needs some help.. 



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