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Postby bwagner112 » Thu Nov 17, 2005 3:53 pm

I would also consider Plummer...he may have finally gotten it together in that system
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Postby SwiperNoSwiping » Thu Nov 17, 2005 4:03 pm

bwagner112 wrote:I would also consider Plummer...he may have finally gotten it together in that system


That's a good call, and can see him sneaking up on some people next year... ;-D
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Postby catch22 » Thu Nov 17, 2005 4:08 pm

Not a bad list but I would make some changes

1. Peyton Manning
2. Carson Palmer
3. Marc Bulger
4. Tom Brady - On pace for 4500yds this season
5. Eli Manning
6. Donovan McNabb
7. Kerry Kollins
8. Drew Brees
9. Jake Plummer
10. Daunte Culpepper

One good year for Bledsoe and Brunell doesnt justify top ten. Big Ben is a top 10 QB in real life, but doesnt put up numbers to be a top 10 fantasy QB.
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Postby Wizzle » Thu Nov 17, 2005 4:11 pm

So we can say that so far, it is at least unanimous that Manning will be 1 and Palmer will be 2?
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Postby J2thez929 » Thu Nov 17, 2005 4:33 pm

bwagner112 wrote:I would also consider Plummer...he may have finally gotten it together in that system


Ewww, i new i forgot someone. Please replace M. Vick with Jake the Snake in my list ;-D
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Postby bwagner112 » Thu Nov 17, 2005 4:45 pm

I have been working on an article going over the top 10 QBs RBs and WRs for 2006 and this is what I have so far for QBs:

P. Manning: While his numbers have declined considerably compared to last year, he is still the cream of the crop. With the current game plan in Indy, 400 yards and 4 TDs week after week are a thing of the past, but who knows what the Colts will be like next year. His talent and ability alone keep him ahead of the pack.

Palmer: Carson has matured nicely in the explosive Cincinnati offense. He has plenty of weapons around him and a firm offensive line. Marvin Lewis has supreme confidence in his ability to hit the deep pass, and will continue to let him air it out. He has stayed away from mistakes this season and there is no reason to believe that won’t continue in 2006. As far as his overall value, his propensity for a huge game is rivaled only by his consistency.

Brady: Long underrated as a Fantasy QB, Brady has finally been statistically fantasy worthy in 2005, posting solid numbers game after game. As the rushing attack will be met with some level of uncertainty headed into 2006, Brady will be forced to win more games with his arm, and should respond with even better numbers.

Bulger: His detractors will point out his injury history and his common habit of throwing the ball to the other team, but few can argue with his accuracy and offensive arsenal. As long as the core offensive players remain intact in St. Louis for 2006, Bulger should have his best season to date. Even with the potential departure of Martz and the obvious decline of the pass first offense, Jackson should improve and keep defenses honest, opening up the secondary for the deep ball.

D. McNabb: This year’s injuries and lack of Terrell Owens will cause McNabb to drop from the permanent position he has held among the top 3 fantasy QBs for a few years. McNabb was a top notch fantasy performer well before Owens arrived on the scene and will likely remain that way after he is gone. Philly should make moves in the off-season to bolster the running attach which will bode well for McNabb in 2006.

6-10:

E. Manning
Hasselbeck
Plummer
Delhomme
Brees

Out of the Top Ten:
Collins
Favre
Culpepper
Bledsoe
Brunell
Leftwich
Roethlisberger
Brooks
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Postby Wizzle » Thu Nov 17, 2005 4:47 pm

If Manning loses Edge, does his value go up or down?
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Postby silverZ » Thu Nov 17, 2005 6:06 pm

off the top of my head....

1. Peyton
2. Palmer
3. Bulger
4. McNabb
5. Brady
6. Collins
7. Eli
8. Hasselbeck
9. Plummer
10. Vick

farve would squeeze his way into the 6-10 spot if he doesnt retire.
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Postby KoopaTroopa211 » Thu Nov 17, 2005 7:18 pm

(not in any particular order)
Peyton
Palmer
Bulger
Delhomme
Leftwich
Eli
Collins
Plummer
Bledsoe
Brees

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Postby UNDEFEATED » Thu Nov 17, 2005 7:48 pm

1. Peyton Manning...whats his last name?
2. Carson Palmer...solid line-wrs-rbs. respectable defense.
3. Kerry Collins...Jordan-Moss-Gabriel-Porter
4. Bulger...More balance to the offense. Maybe not top 5. But still top 10
5. Plummer...two years in a row in the top 8 qbs. Plummer has quitely become a respectable qb. Sucked early this year though.
6.Brady needs to keep throwing. His DST is leaving him vulnerable.
7. Mcnabb is a lock in the top 5 with TO. Still in the top 10 cuz he is tooooo good.
8. Brees. Great Offense. Gates-LT-Mccardell-parker-caldwell could really bust it up.
9. Eli. Thrid year starting is goin to be great.
10. Delhomme. Rbs will be hurt. and they will pick up another wr. Great.

Outside looking in.
Favre-why isn't he in the top 10? :-?
Lefty-Needs better wrs.
Green-Johnny Morton was more important than we all thought to this offense. :-B :-D
Daunte...the guy tore THREE ligaments. No way he is a top 10 guy next season.
Vick. BEST running offense in the league takes away from his stats.
Bledsoe...running game was in shambles this season. Forcing him to pass.
Brooks. Never.
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