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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Quarterbacks - Week 10
Scott Boyter
November 6, 2007
Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends | Kickers | Team Defenses
These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.
Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Tom Brady NEP 10
  2 Carson Palmer CIN 5
  3 Peyton Manning IND 6
  4 Tony Romo DAL 8
  5 Brett Favre GBP 7
  6 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 6
  7 Derek Anderson CLE 7
  8 Matt Hasselbeck SEA 8
9 Drew Brees NOS 4
10 Donovan McNabb  PHI 5
  11 Jon Kitna DET 6
  12 Jeff Garcia TBB 10
  13 Philip Rivers SDC 7
  14 Brian Griese CHI 9
  15 Eli Manning NYG 9
  16 Jason Campbell WAS 4
17 Damon Huard KCC 8
  18 Matt Schaub HOU 10
  19 Kurt Warner ARZ 8
  20 Vince Young TEN 4
21 Jay Cutler DEN 6
  22 Marc Bulger STL 9
  23 Kyle Boller BAL 8
24 Sage Rosenfels HOU 10
  25 Kellen Clemens NYJ 10
  26 Joey Harrington ATL 8
  27 Josh McCown OAK 5
28 J.P. Losman BUF 6
  29 Trent Edwards BUF 6
  30 Alex Smith SFO 6
  31 Patrick Ramsey DEN 6
  32 Gus Frerotte STL 9
  33 Cleo Lemon MIA 9
  34 David Garrard JAC 4
35 David Carr CAR 7

Drew Brees, Saints – Moving Up
It’s official. If you had any doubt about whether or not Brees was truly back, that doubt should have been washed away with his incredible showing against the Jaguars. He’s back to being the must-start fantasy quarterback he was last season. Even though his next two games are on the road against St. Louis and Houston, those two defenses have combined to give up 24 passing touchdowns on the season.

Donovan McNabb, Eagles – Moving Down
In a game the Eagles desperately had to win in order to remain in the NFC East race, McNabb and his team failed miserably. He had OK stats and put up fairly numbers in trash time, but it looks like Philadelphia is about to mail it in this season. Or at least that was the impression they left on Sunday night. McNabb still has a healthy Brian Westbrook to check down to, and a pretty good receiver in Kevin Curtis. But you have to wonder about the mindset of this team.

Damon Huard, Chiefs – Moving Up
Larry Johnson’s ankle injury has piled a ton of pressure squarely on Huard’s shoulders. If Johnson is gone for an extended period of time, it’s probably too much to expect for Priest Holmes to effectively carry the same kind of load L.J. was toting. So Huard will have to win games with his arm if the Chiefs expect to remain in playoff contention. We’re not saying he’ll be able to, and we’re definitely not recommending him as a No. 1 starter, but if you’re strapped at QB he’s got some decent upcoming matchups– namely two games against Denver, which has surrendered a surprising 15 TDs through the air.

Jay Cutler, Broncos – Moving Down
Cutler gets knocked down a bit because of a leg injury he suffered against the Lions. Initial X-rays were negative, but there is a distinct possibility he’ll have to miss at least a game. And since a good portion of his effectiveness depends on his mobility, his value decreases if he’s unable to move freely in the pocket.

Sage Rosenfels, Texans – Moving Up
Rosenfels has filled in admirably in relief of the injured Matt Schaub, averaging 216 yards and throwing six TDs in three games. Those numbers are skewed by the 290 yards and four TDs he had against the Titans, but he’s still done pretty well. The Texans have a bye this week. Indications are that Schaub will return in Week 11. But if his concussion symptoms linger, Rosenfels will be worth a pickup because he’ll get to throw to Andre Johnson, who is expected to return.

J.P. Losman, Bills – Moving Up
The only reason he’s not ranked higher is the uncertain quarterback situation in Buffalo. Lee Evans is waking up, as he normally does at this time of the season, and Marshawn Lynch is a legitimate force at running back. Losman, if handed back the keys to the Bills offense, is worth looking taking a long look at for your lineup.

David Carr, Panthers – Moving Down
Carr was knocked out of the game against Tennessee, a game in which he was sacked seven times. Even when he was playing, he was lousy. The said part about the mess which has become the Carolina quarterback position is that the immense talents of Steve Smith are being totally wasted.

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