Thanks for the insight. You need a good QB in my league because on some weeks they can win a game by themselves. I would consider taking Brees, Peyton, or Brady with my 12th or 13th pick (12teams, 12th pick - TD heavy with bonus points for benchmarks/length of TD) but think I might wait now. Getting who's left between Rodgers, Warner, Rivers or Romo sounds like a great plan with my 36th and 37th picks. Anyone else have any thoughts on how to rank these QB's?
Knightrider29 wrote:Aaron Rodgers
Rodgers is only going to get better with experience, and should produce 200-300 rushing yards in addition to the 4,000+ he throws.
Warner's health may be a concern over the course of the season, but he has two top receivers on his team and a cannon of an arm. If he plays all 16 games, he could be the most valuable fantasy QB.
Rivers is still one of the best fantasy QB's, but not as good as the previous two in my opinion.
Romo gets way too much media attention, but he's still a good QB. 26 TD's in 13 games (some of which played with an injured finger) is impressive, as is the 36 he had the year before. Yes, Owens is gone, but he still has three good receiving options in Witten, Williams, and Barber.
Ryan should get better with the addition of Gonzalez and another year of experience. Chances are he'll get over drafted in most leagues; he's pretty hyped up right now.
I put McNabb last for two huge reasons:
- The chances of him staying healthy for all 16 games are slim to none. He hasn't played 16 games back to back since 2000/2001.
- He doesn't throw alot of td's (at least compared to the previous players on this list).
My 2 cents.