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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Quarterbacks - Week 13
Scott Boyter
November 27, 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 Tony Romo DAL 8
  4 Brett Favre GBP 7
  5 Peyton Manning IND 6
  6 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 6
  7 Derek Anderson CLE 7
  8 Matt Hasselbeck SEA 8
  9 Drew Brees NOS 4
10 Kurt Warner ARZ 8
  11 Jon Kitna DET 6
  12 Jeff Garcia TBB 10
13 Donovan McNabb  PHI 5
  14 Jason Campbell WAS 4
  15 Philip Rivers SDC 7
  16 Matt Schaub HOU 10
  17 Jay Cutler DEN 6
18 Eli Manning NYG 9
19 Marc Bulger STL 9
  20 Vince Young TEN 4
  21 J.P. Losman BUF 6
  22 Kellen Clemens NYJ 10
  23 Brodie Croyle NYG 9
  24 Rex Grossman KCC 8
  25 David Garrard JAC 4
  26 Gus Frerotte STL 9
  27 Kyle Boller BAL 8
28 A.J Feely PHI 5
  29 Joey Harrington ATL 8
  30 Tarvaris Jackson MIN 5
  31 John Beck MIA 9
  32 Daunte Culpepper OAK 5
  33 Trent Dilfer SFO 6
34 Alex Smith SFO 6
  35 Vinny Testaverde CAR 7

Kurt Warner, Cardinals – Moving Up
It doesn’t matter that the competition was the San Francisco 49ers – Warner’s 484-yard, two-TD performance was spectacular. Four of his next five games are against the Browns, Saints, Falcons and Rams, so he’s a must-start in those weeks if he can remain upright. The only upcoming game you might consider sitting him would be Week 14 against the Seahawks.

Jeff Garcia, Buccaneers – Holding Steady
Garcia’s spot is tenuous after suffering a back bruise against Washington. The only reason he doesn’t fall is he did return to the game and there was still a chance as of Monday that he’d play this week against the Saints. If he can go he should have an excellent game, and his following three matchups (Houston, Atlanta, San Francisco) are extremely favorable.

Donovan McNabb, Eagles – Moving Down
The calls are already being made for A.J. Feely to get the starting nod after his shockingly great statistical showing against New England. However, head coach Andy Reid reiterated after the game that McNabb will start against Seattle if healthy. And that’s the problem. It’s unclear whether his thumb and ankle injuries will allow him to play. Even if he does, Seattle is a tough matchup. But we’re not going to drop McNabb any farther down because he’ll likely be back Week 14, and he faces teams that are susceptible to the pass (Giants, Cowboys, Saints, Bills) the rest of the way.

Eli Manning, Giants – Moving Down
He’s got to be knocked down a few pegs after his horrible four-interception debacle against the Vikings. Plaxico Burress’ ankle isn’t getting any better, and the Giants may be on the verge of yet another second half of the season collapse. He has some decent matchups the rest of the way, but can you trust him?

Marc Bulger, Rams – Moving Down
A concussion knocked him out of the Seattle game and will more than likely sideline him for this week’s contest against Atlanta. But Bulger could have shut it down earlier this season after his ribs turned to powder but he insisted on returning. Look for the same week after next. If that happens, he’s got a great matchup with the Bengals. After that, the Rams host Green Bay and Pittsburgh.

A.J. Feely, Eagles – Moving Up
If you started Feely against the Patriots, you’re either a genius, desperate, a masochist, or a combination of all three. But give the backup credit for a phenomenal performance and nearly pulling off one of the greatest upsets in NFL regular season history. Odds are he’ll get the nod against Seattle, but don’t look for a similarly spectacular game. And after Week 13, he’ll probably go back to the bench.

Alex Smith, 49ers – Moving Down
How would you feel if a 35-year-old spare just made you look totally expendable? That’s what Trent Dilfer did against the Cardinals, throwing for 256 yards and two scores while Smith was on the sideline in civvies. The 49ers have nothing to play for the rest of the season, so they would be well-advised to just shut Smith down and hope he gets a clue on how to play quarterback before next season.

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