2010 Fantasy Football QB Rankings – Week 2

Sep 13, 2010

Here are my Week 2 fantasy football quarterback rankings.

1. Aaron Rodgers – Plays Buffalo at home (29 TDs, 9 INTs past 2 years).
2.  Peyton Manning –Faces G-Men at home where he averages 2 TDs/game.
3. Drew Brees – Can’t see Brees held in check two straight games.
4. Philip Rivers – Solid match-up against Jacksonville at home.
5. Tony Romo –Romo is also home against the Bears.
6. Brett Favre – Thurs. game give #4 time to shake off the rust vs. MIA.
7.  Donovan McNabb – Should be able to move the chains against Houston.
8.  Tom Brady – Struggled last year against Jets. Look for revenge.
9. Matt Schaub – Can’t see Andre Johnson silent again.
10.  Eli Manning – Will need to air it to keep up with big brother.
11. Matt Ryan – Solid match-up against Arizona.
12.  Jay Cutler –  Tougher match-up against Dallas.
13. Derek Anderson – Faces Atlanta on the road.
14. Kyle Orton – Solid match-up against Seattle.
15. Joe Flacco – Averaged 190.5 ypg vs. CIN last year with 1 TD & 4 INTs.
16. Michael Vick – Likely Vick vs. Detroit.
17. Carson Palmer – BAL has held him to 196.3 ypg past three match-ups.
18. Chad Henne – Will test Minnesota’s battered secondary.
19. Matt Hasselbeck – Looked good vs. SF. Denver this time.
20. Matt Cassel – Should produce against Cleveland.
21. Alex Smith – Should be in shootout with New Orleans.
22. Jason Campbell – Solid match-up against St. Louis.
23. Josh Freeman – Should put up numbers against Carolina.
24. Mark Sanchez – Will have to make plays to beat New England.
25. Vince Young – Tough draw against Pittsburgh, but VY finds a way.
Want another perspective? Check out the Rotoprofessor’s Week 2 QB & RB Rankings.
Also check out:
- Week 2 Fantasy RB Rankings
Week 2 Fantasy WR Rankings
Week 2 Fantasy TE Rankings
- Week 2 Fantasy K Rankings
- Week 2 Fantasy DEF Rankings
Week 2 Fantasy IDP Rankings

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5 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. Samsasam
    September 15th, 2010 at 10:58 am #

    Watch out for Rodgers tossing pics this week against Buff. depending on your league setup, may be alot of negitive points.
    Vick should be higher, as he is playing against Detroit. Cutler racked up against Det last week. Vic got good numbers splitting time against a good secondary last week. Should do very well this week.

  2. LestersLegends
    September 15th, 2010 at 11:07 am #

    He had just three picks at home last year (and seven overall). I’m not too worried about them.

    As for Vick, there is still a chance that Kolb plays this week, plus he’s never been much of a fantasy QB.

  3. thalooch
    September 16th, 2010 at 11:15 am #

    um…Vick has never been much of a fantasy qb? what fantasy league are you playing in? Cause the one I’m playing in he put up HUGE numbers in 2006. Over 1000 rushing yds? How many RB’s do that?
    tack on 2474 passing yds and 22tds as well.
    In my league, compared to 2008 qb numbers he would have ranked 8th overall…not including any performance bonuses. In 2002 he would have ranked 6th. Not too shabby. Matt Ryan and Anderson need to come down a bit…Orton can move up, as can Vince Young.
    How does Sanchez even belong on the list? Kolb is not going to play this week. He failed his concussion test….and this is something the NFL is taking seriously.

  4. LestersLegends
    September 16th, 2010 at 12:00 pm #

    No, Vick has never been a great fantasy QB. He’s never threw for 3000 yards. Hasn’t even topped 2500 since 2002. He topped 16 TDs just once.

    He had a great year in 2006, but that was a long time ago. I wouldn’t jump on his bandwagon after one game.

    The guys belong on the list because it’s my list and my opinions. You’re entitled to your opinions, but I’m also entitled to mine. I did pretty well last week picking QBs.


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