Quarterback Dynasty Rankings June 9, 2013  |  Jeff


Welcome to The Fake Football’s dynasty rankings for the quarterback position. You can also check out the running back, wide receiver, and tight end positions if you’re feeling crazy or you’re trying to prevent yourself from dozing off at work (I won’t tell).

The quarterback position is not only deep, but deep with young, talented quarterbacks. In a start-up draft, I would be leaning toward the second half of the top ten, but there are some older options after those players that are still mildly appealing and can provide some value for the next few years. In my opinion, the top eight appear to be fairly interchangeable as I would be happy to go to battle with any one of them leading my dynasty team each weekend. The Peyton Manning/Romo/Large Ben area is where things get interesting. I would make sure I had a solid quarterback farm system stocked with some younger upside players if I went that route.

 

Enjoy, and please leave questions/concerns in the comments section below.


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2 Responses

  1. freddy says:

    trade: ridley for Mathews n cordarrelle Patterson. PPR 1.0

    • Jeff says:

      Man that is a tough one. I would probably lean slightly towards the Patterson side, with the full point PPR factor pushing it that way.

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