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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Quarterbacks - Week 11
Scott Boyter
November 13, 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 Kurt Warner ARZ 8
  14 Jason Campbell WAS 4
  15 Eli Manning NYG 9
16 Marc Bulger STL 9
17 Philip Rivers SDC 7
  18 Matt Schaub HOU 10
  19 Vince Young TEN 4
  20 Jay Cutler DEN 6
21 Brian Griese CHI 9
  22 Sage Rosenfels HOU 10
  23 J.P. Losman BUF 6
  24 Kellen Clemens NYJ 10
25 Brodie Croyle KCC 9
  26 Joey Harrington ATL 8
  27 Josh McCown OAK 5
28 Damon Huard KCC 8
  29 Alex Smith SFO 6
  30 Steve McNair BAL 8
31 Rex Grossman KCC 8
  32 Cleo Lemon MIA 9
  33 David Garrard JAC 4
  34 David Carr CAR 7
  35 Trent Edwards BUF 6

Kurt Warner, Cardinals – Moving Up
Warner has shown his dislocated non-throwing elbow is not a hindrance, other than in obvious running situations where he will probably be lifted for Tim Rattay. And with upcoming games against Cincinnati, Cleveland and New Orleans (along with a matchup against the Rams in Week 17, for leagues that play the entire season), Warner should continue to pile up big numbers. If he and Anquan Boldin ever find their rhythm, Warner could be huge the rest of the way.

Marc Bulger, Rams –Moving Up
Bulger feels good after the merciless pounding he took earlier this season and Steven Jackson is once again running at full speed. Of course, Jackson is no sure thing to stay healthy and Bulger himself is still at the mercy of a patchwork offensive line. But he has some pretty good upcoming matchups against San Francisco, Atlanta and Cincinnati where he’ll be worth serious consideration as a No. 1 starter.

Philip Rivers, Chargers – Moving Down
Rivers has been feast or famine this season and lately he’s downright starving, with no touchdowns and three interceptions in his last two starts. His next two games are against Jacksonville and the Ravens. The Jaguars are on a mission to prove their pass defense’s performance against Drew Brees in Week 9 was an anomaly, and the Raven secondary should be approaching full strength by the time they visit San Diego. It looks like Rivers should ride fantasy pine for the near future.

Brian Griese, Bears – Moving Down
Griese suffered a shoulder injury against the Raiders, and although he doesn’t feel it’s serious, it’s likely he’ll sit this week against the Seahawks. We’ll keep him here unless it becomes apparent Griese will miss more time than that.

Brodie Croyle, Chiefs –Moving Up
Croyle has been named Kansas City’s starter due to the ineffectiveness of Damon Huard. But considering that the KC rushing game is suffering, and Croyle is a rookie, he’s not worth consideration as a fantasy starter unless your team is completely out of QB options.

Damon Huard, Chiefs – Moving Down
Huard left the Denver game – due partly to a neck injury but mostly for ineffectiveness – and Brodie Croyle is now the starter. The problem with Edwards’ replacing Huard with Croyle is that Kansas City is only one game out of first in the AFC West. Going with a rookie in the middle of a playoff race could turn out to be career suicide for Edwards.

Rex Grossman, Bears –Moving Up
He lives! With Brian Griese knocked out of the game, Grossman came in and promptly threw a TD pass to help save the Bears’ season. Also, he was reportedly getting increased snaps in practice during Chicago’s bye week. As strange as it sounds, Lovie Smith may be willing to give Grossman another chance. With the possibility of Griese missing Week 11, Grossman may win his old job back with a good showing against Seattle. But even if that’s the case, Grossman is way to inconsistent to be counted on from a fantasy standpoint.

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