Super Bowl XLIV Fantasy Football Rankings

Feb 2, 2010

Here’s a breakdown of playoff fantasy rankings for Super Bowl XLIV.

Quarterbacks
1. Peyton Manning
2. Drew Brees

Running Backs
1. Pierre Thomas
2. Joseph Addai
3. Donald Brown
4. Reggie Bush

Wide Receivers
1. Reggie Wayne
2. Marques Colston
3. Austin Collie
4. Pierre Garcon
5. Devery Henderson
6. Robert Meachem

Tight Ends
1. Dallas Clark
2. Jeremy Shockey
3. David Thomas

Kickers
1. Matt Stover
2. Garrett Hartley

Defenses
1. Indianapolis Colts
2. New Orleans Saints

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3 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. Thecoach
    February 4th, 2010 at 11:36 pm #

    The Colts are going to win because of Manning being the greatest quarterback of all time… there is no way to stop him. If he wants to win the game, he will. They have had a vast amount of 4th quarter comebacks this year and when the Ravens sat back, Peyton found a way to beat them, when the Jets came blitz heavy, Peyton found a way to beat them…

    He is just too good and will continue to be until his retires on top of the game. As a fan of the game, I used to hate Manning because of how good he was, but through-out the years, it’s impossible as a fan of the game not to enjoy watching him play.

    Drew Brees on the other hands, is no slouch, in my eyes, he is the best quarterback other than Peyton and this is going to be quite the SuperBowl. TheCoach was predicting a Saints-Colts SuperBowl earlier in the season and I am so glad it’s happened!!

    Feel free to check out TheCoach’s Pick @ http://www.lionsdenu.com/nfl-picks-superbowl-xliv-indianapolis-colts-vs-new-orleans-saints/

    Best of luck to both teams this week,
    Regards,
    TheCoach

  2. LestersLegends
    February 5th, 2010 at 5:55 am #

    I agree. I’m a Pats fan and I’ve though Manning has been better than Brady for years. No knock on Tom, but Peyton is in a class of his own.

  3. Rhiannon Morlino
    July 5th, 2011 at 7:38 pm #

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