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With another exciting week of football under our belts, here are the Lester’s Legends 2014 Week 5 fantasy football quarterback rankings.
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1.  Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Luck has always been great, but he’s been a beast this year. He is averaging 326.3 yards and 3.3 touchdown passes per game. The past two weeks Luck has averaged 381.5 yards and four touchdowns. He also has 53 yards and a score with his feet. The Colts face the Baltimore Ravens this week. They have allowed 260.3 passing yards per game.
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2. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Manning is averaging 271.3 yards and 2.7 touchdown passes per game. He faces another tough defense against the Arizona Cardinals, but he is coming out of a bye. Manning has averaged 317.5 yards and 3.5 touchdowns the past two years following Denver’s bye.
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3. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Brees is averaging 300.8 yards and 0.9 touchdowns per game. He should get a boost facing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at home. The Bucs have allowed 272.5 yards and a pair of touchdowns per game. Brees averaged 351.5 yards and 2.5 touchdowns against Tampa Bay last year.
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4. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Rodgers told Packer fans and fantasy owners to R-E-L-A-X before throwing for 302 yards and four touchdowns against the Chicago Bears. He’s now averaging 249.8 yards and 2.3 touchdowns. Rodgers gets another divisional foe as he faces the Minnesota Vikings in a short week. He had 285 yards and a pair of touchdowns in last year’s meeting with Minnesota. Rodgers has 26 touchdowns and four interceptions in 12 career meetings with the Purple.
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5. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
Matty Ice is averaging 315.8 yards and 2.5 touchdowns. He faces the New York Giants. The G-Men have allowed 254.5 yards per game through the air.
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6. Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers
Rivers is averaging 288.8 yards and 2.3 touchdowns per game. The past three weeks he’s averaging 305.7 yards and 2.7 touchdowns. He’ll look to stay hot against the New York Jets. The Jets have allowed 2.3 touchdowns per game.
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7. Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Stafford is averaging 294 yards and 1.3 touchdown passes per game. He’s added a pair of touchdowns with his feet. The Lions face the Buffalo Bills at home. Buffalo has allowed 266.3 yards and 1.5 touchdowns per game.
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8. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers
Roethlisberger is averaging 273 yards and 1.5 touchdown passes. He has a dream match-up against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jags have allowed 320.8 yards and 2.8 passing touchdowns per game.
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9. Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles
Foles stumbled against the San Francisco 49ers as he failed to throw a touchdown for the first time this year. He finished with 195 yards and a pair of interceptions. He’s still averaging 293.3 yards and 1.5 touchdowns per game. Look for Foles to bounce back against the St. Louis Rams at home. He’s averaging 323.5 yards and 2.5 touchdowns in home starts.
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10. Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers 
Newton is averaging just 242.7 yards and a touchdown per game, but should finally breakout against the Bears. Chicago has allowed 250.3 yards and 1.8 touchdown passes per game.
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The Next Batch
11.  Tony Romo,Dallas Cowboys vs. Houston Texans
12. Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears at Carolina Panthers
13. Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
14. Eli Manning, New York Giants vs. Atlanta Falcons
15. Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots
16. Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts
17. Tom Brady, New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals
18. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks at Washington Redskins
19. Mike Glennon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints
20. Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins vs. Seattle Seahawks
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With another exciting week of football under our belts, here are the Lester’s Legends 2014 Week 4 fantasy football quarterback rankings.
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1. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Brees is averaging 287.7 yards and 1.7 touchdowns per game. He has yet to have a monster game. That could change against the Dallas Cowboys. The Boys have allowed 250.3 yards and a pair of touchdowns per game to Colin Kaepernick, Jake Locker and Austin Davis. Brees is obviously a couple notches ahead of that trio.
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2. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
Matty Ice is averaging 321.7 yards and 2.3 touchdowns per game. The Minnesota Vikings have improved defensively, but look for Ryan and Julio Jones to have a big day.
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3. Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles
Foles is averaging 326 yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Eagles offense continues to shine. He faces the San Francisco 49ers. The Niners have already allowed seven passing touchdowns.
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4. Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers
Rivers is averaging 259.3 yards and a pair of touchdown passes. He should remain hot against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jags have allowed 306 yards and 2.7 touchdowns per game.
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5. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Luck is averaging 304 yards and three touchdowns per game. He has added 54 yards and a score with his feet. He struggled last year against the Tennessee Titans. Look for that to change this year as Luck takes another step forward into the elite quarterback territory.
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6. Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Stafford is averaging 294.3 yards and a touchdown per game. He faces the New York Jets. The Jets have allowed seven passing touchdowns.
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7. Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears
Cutler is averaging 250 yards per game, but has thrown eight touchdowns through three games. He should put up big numbers in a shootout with the Packers.
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8. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Rodgers is averaging 232.3 yards and 1.7 touchdowns per game, but he had 346 yards and three touchdowns against the New York Jets. That leaves a pair of disappointing games against the Seattle Seahawks and the Detroit Lions. He should be more effective against the Chicago Bears.
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9. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys
Romo is averaging 224.7 yards and 1.3 touchdowns per game. He faces the Saints in what should be a shootout. The Saints have allowed 278.3 passing yards per game.
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10. Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins
Cousins is averaging 338.5 yards and 2.5 touchdowns since taking over for Robert Griffin III. He faces the New York Giants. The G-Men have allowed 258.3 passing yards per game.
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The Next Batch
11. Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles
12. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
13. Eli Manning, New York Giants @ Washington Redskins
14. Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers @ Baltimore Ravens
15. Tom Brady, New England Patriots @ Kansas City Chiefs
16. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Houston Texans vs. Buffalo Bills
17. Jake Locker, Tennessee Titans @ Indianapolis Colts
18. Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens vs. Carolina Panthers
19. Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins @ Oakland Raiders
20. Geno Smith, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions
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With another exciting week of football under our belts, here are the Lester’s Legends 2014 Week 3 fantasy football quarterback rankings.
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1. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Manning just keeps getting better with age. He tossed three more touchdowns against the Kansas City Chiefs giving him six on the year. He’ll look to get some revenge next week against the Seattle Seahawks. They just got torched by Philip Rivers for 284 yards and three touchdowns.
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2. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Brees has thrown for 570 yards and three touchdowns in two road games. He finally returns home to face the Minnesota Vikings. Brees threw 27 of his 39 touchdown passes at home last year.
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3. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Rodgers definitely enjoyed playing the New York Jets last week as compared to the Seahawks in the opener. Rodgers threw for 346 yards and three touchdowns while adding 28 rushing yards. He should  fling the pigskin around against the Detroit Lions.
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4. Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Stafford has thrown for 637 yards and three touchdowns in two games. He averaged 296 yards and a pair of touchdowns in two meetings with the Packers last year.
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5. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
Matty Ice is averaging 339.5 yards and a pair of touchdowns per game. He faces the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs have yet to be tested as they have faced a second and a third string quarterback in their two games.
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6.  Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Luck is averaging 271 yards and 2.5 touchdowns per game through the air and 19.5 yards and 0.5 touchdowns on the ground. He should torch the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jags have allowed 266.5 yards per game.
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7. Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles
Foles is averaging 326.5 yards and 1.5 touchdown passes per game. He faces the Washington Redskins.
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8. Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears
Good Jay resurfaced last week against the San Francisco 49ers as Cutler threw for 176 yards and four touchdowns. He’s averaging 262.5 yards and three touchdowns per game. He should stay in Good Jay mode against the New York Jets.
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9. Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers
Rivers continues to shine. After dropping 284 yards and three touchdowns on the Seahawks he’s averaging 261 yards and a pair of touchdown passes. He should be able to put up big numbers against the Buffalo Bills. The Bills have allowed 275.5 passing yards per game.
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10. Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers 
Newton threw for 281 yards and a touchdown against the Lions. He added 19 rushing yards. Newton faces the Pittsburgh Steelers. They were recently manhandled by the Baltimore Ravens.

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The Next Batch
11. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks vs. Denver Broncos
12. Tom Brady, New England Patriots vs. Oakland Raiders
13. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys @ St. Louis Rams
14. Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers @ Arizona Cardinals
15. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers @ Carolina Panthers
16. Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Tennessee Titans
17. Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens @ Cleveland Browns
18. Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins @ Philadelphia Eagles
19. Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs
20. Geno Smith, New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears
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With an exciting opening week of football under our belts, here are the Lester’s Legends 2014 Week 2 fantasy football quarterback rankings.
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1. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Manning picked up where he left 2013 off by tossing three touchdowns in Week 1 against the Indianapolis Colts. He gets the Kansas City Chiefs this week at home. The Chiefs allowed 266 yards and a pair of touchdowns last week to Jake Locker. Manning averaged 363 yards and three touchdowns in two meetings with Kansas City last year.
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2. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Brees threw for 333 yards and a touchdown last week against the Atlanta Falcons. They surprisingly had three rushing touchdowns, which hurt Brees’ fantasy production. Things should return to normal next week against the Cleveland Browns. Ben Roethlisberger lit them up to the tune of 365 yards and a score. Jimmy Graham, Marques Colston, Brandin Cooks and Pierre Thomas give Brees plenty of firepower.
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3.  Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Stafford got off to an impressive start throwing for 346 yards and two touchdowns. He even added a rushing score. Stafford faces the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers gave up 230 yards and two touchdowns to Derek Anderson last week. Imagine what Stafford can do against them with his weapons.
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4. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Rodgers had the misfortune of playing the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL opener, which resulted in 189 yards and one touchdown. Clearly he can do much better against the New York Jets this week. They gave up two touchdown passes to Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders last week. Look for Rodgers to return to form this week.
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5. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Luck threw for 370 yards and a pair of touchdowns against the Broncos. He added 19 yards and a score with his feet. He’s a strong play against a Philadelphia Eagles team that allowed Chad Henne to throw for 266 yards and a pair of scores.
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6.  Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
Matty Ice exploded for 448 yards and three touchdowns against the New Orleans Saints last week. This week he faces the Cincinnati Bengals. They were just exploited for 345 yards by Joe Flacco. Look for Ryan to spread it around to his stable of wide receivers.
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7. Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles
It took Foles a little time to get warmed up, but he finished with 322 yards and two touchdowns. He goes up against the Colts in what should be a high-scoring affair.
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8. Tom Brady, New England Patriots
Brady and the New England Patriots look to bounce back after a stinging loss to the Miami Dolphins. Brady threw for 249 yards and a score. Look for him to exploit a Vikings’ secondary that was not tested in the season opener by the St. Louis Rams.
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9. Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
Kaepernick threw a pair of touchdowns early, but was able to put on the brakes after jumping on the Dallas Cowboys. The Chicago Bears should put up more of a fight.
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10. Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals
Dalton threw for 301 yards and a touchdown last week against the Baltimore Ravens. Look for another big game as he trades blows with Ryan and the Falcons. Atlanta gave up 333 yards last week.
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The Next Batch
11. Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers vs. Detroit Lions
12. Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears @ San Francisco 49ers
13. Jake Locker, Tennessee Titans vs. Dallas Cowboys
14. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys @ Tennessee Titans
15. Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals @ New York Giants
16. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens
17. Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
18. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks @ San Diego Chargers
19. Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
20. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Houston Texans @ Oakland Raiders
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The smell of football is in the air. Here are the Lester’s Legends 2014 Week 1 fantasy football quarterback rankings.
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1. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos 
Peyton Manning shattered NFL records last year en route to turning in the finest fantasy football season ever. He threw for 5,477 yards and 55 touchdowns. Last year he threw for 386 yards and three touchdowns against the Indianapolis Colts. Manning threw for 462 yards and seven touchdowns last year in the season opener.
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2.  Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Brees threw for 5,162 yards and 39 touchdowns last year. He’ll begin his quest for a fourth straight year with 5,000 yards against the Atlanta Falcons. He averaged 317.5 yards against them last year and has averaged 318.8 yards in his past 12 meetings against them.
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3.  Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
Matty Ice and the Falcons will try to put 2013 behind him in what should be a shootout with the Saints. Ryan has averaged 4,279 yards 28.8 touchdowns over the past four seasons. Matty Ice averaged 298 against the Saints last year and 284 yards with 16 touchdowns in 11 career meetings with them.
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4.  Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Stafford threw for 4,650 yards and 29 touchdowns last year, bringing his three-year average to 4,885 yards and 30 touchdowns per season. The addition of Golden Tate and Eric Ebron should make Stafford even more dangerous. Look for Stafford to get off to a fast start against the New York Giants.
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5.  Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears
Equipped with the best wide receiver duo in the league (Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery), one of the best pass-catching running backs (Matt Forte) and a solid tight end (Martellus Bennett), Cutler is poised to deliver big numbers in 2014. He’ll get started against the Buffalo Bills.
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6.  Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck threw for 3,822 yards and 23 touchdowns. He added 377 yards and four touchdowns with his feet. He threw for 228 yards and three touchdowns against the Broncos last year, with another 29 yards and a score on the ground.
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7.  Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles
Foles threw for 27 touchdowns with just two interceptions last year. Chip Kelly’s offense could be even more impressive in his second year. While the Eagles will miss DeSean Jackson, look for Jeremy Maclin, Darren Sproles and Zach Ertz to pick up the slack.
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8.  Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Rodgers was limited to nine games last year, but he finished with 2,536 yards and 17 touchdown passes. He remains an elite option, but has a tough opening draw against the Seattle Seahawks.
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9. Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
Kaepernick gets Michael Crabtree back, which should help his development as a passer, especially when paired with Vernon Davis, Anquan Boldin and Stevie Johnson. Kaepernick faces the Dallas Cowboys. They Boys allowed 286.8 yards and 2.1 touchdowns per game through the air.
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10. Tom Brady, New England Patriots
Brady doesn’t have quality outside weapons, but he should still be quite productive against the Miami Dolphins throwing to Rob Gronkowski, Shane Vereen and Julian Edelman.
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The Next Batch
11. Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
12. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers
13. Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers @ Arizona Cardinals
14. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers
15. Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins @ Houston Texans
16. Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals vs. San Diego Chargers
17. Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens
18. Alex Smith, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tennessee Titans
19. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns
20. Eli Manning, New York Giants @ Detroit Lions
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Here is a revised and expanded look at the 2014 Lester’s Legends quarterback rankings.
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1. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
As long as his neck holds up, how can you not rank him No. 1 after his record-breaking season? He threw for 5,477 yards and 55 touchdowns. He has great weapons in place. Peyton should have no problem putting up monster numbers once again.
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2. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Drew Brees threw for 5,162 yards and 39 touchdowns. That’s three straight years with at least 5,000 yards and 39 touchdowns. He is the poster boy for consistent excellence.
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3. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers was limited to nine games last year, but I think a rebound is in order. He isn’t quite as dangerous with his feet, which cuts into his fantasy value a little. He is still elite.
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4. Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears
Cutler has to stay healthy to merit this ranking, but he is generally a tough dude. Bears quarterbacks ranked fifth last year with 4,281 yards and tied for fifth with 32 touchdown passes. With the best wide receiver duo (Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery), an elite pass-catching running back (Matt Forte) and a solid tight end (Martellus Bennett), Cutler is a force to be reckoned with.
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5. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck threw for 3,822 yards and 23 touchdowns. He added 377 yards and four touchdowns with his feet. His ability to run puts him right up there with the best of the best. I expect his passing totals to rise.
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6. Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Matthew Stafford threw for 4,650 yards and 29 touchdowns, putting his three-year average at 4,885 yards and 30 touchdowns. Calvin Johnson is an elite talent. Golden Tate was a nice add. I expect the Lions to add help. Jim Caldwell’s presence should also help.
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7. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
Not having Tony Gonzalez will hurt, but Julio Jones, Roddy White and Harry Douglas form a potent trio of wide receivers. Ryan has averaged 4,279 yards 28.8 touchdowns over the past four seasons.
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8. Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers
Cam Newton averaged 211.2 passing yards, 1.5 passing touchdowns, 36.5 rushing yards and 0.4 rushing touchdowns last year. He should continue to deliver with his legs. Carolina once again didn’t help him with new weapons, but he’s still a big dual threat.
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9. Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles
Nick Foles threw for 27 touchdowns with just two interceptions. He has a firm grasp of Chip Kelly’s offense. Expect more growth, even if the numbers take a little hit. A 13.5:1 TD-interception ratio is not sustainable.
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10. Tom Brady, New England Patriots
Brady did as much as he could with the talent available to him. He still finished with 4,343 yards and 25 touchdowns. Assuming Rob Gronkowski can stay healthy, Brady should continue to put up big numbers.
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11. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys
Most teams would kill for a quarterback who throws for 3,828 yards and 31 touchdowns with just 10 interceptions. Unfortunately Tony Romo will carry a stigma until he can win the big game. For fantasy owners, that’s irrelevant. He’ll continue to put up big numbers. His back issues are a cause for concern, but he’s still a viable starting fantasy quarterback.
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12. Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins
RGIII likely will still run, but perhaps not as frequently, which should help his chances to avoid the injury bug. With Pierre Garcon, DeSean Jackson and Jordan Reed at his disposal, a nice rebound should be in order.
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13. Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
Kaepernick was a little disappointing last year finishing with 3,197 yards and 21 touchdowns through the air and 524 yards and four scores with his feet. He still should be productive with his feet, but expect more from his arm. A healthy Michael Crabtree and the addition of Stevie Johnson to complement Vernon Davis and Anquan Boldin give Kaepernick a solid arsenal.
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14. Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers
Rivers threw for 4,478 yards and 32 touchdowns last year, but his weapons outside of Keenan Allen leave plenty to be desired. I expect a season somewhere in between his 2012 and 2013 season. Perhaps 4,000 yards and 28 touchdowns. He’s proof that the quarterback class is very deep this year.
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15. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson has 52 touchdowns to just 19 interceptions in two seasons. He adds value by running the ball. A healthy Percy Harvin should only help his passing numbers.
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We are in that time of the year where unless you are a fan of one of the Super Bowl teams you are probably not in football mode. You’ll gear up for the big game next week as you get your party plans and food figured out. Sure, the Pro Bowl is this week, but does anyone really care about that game? It’s cute that they are doing a Pro Bowl Draft, but if the game was in my back yard I might tune in for a drive or two. Why not take a moment and look towards next year’s fantasy draft?
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1. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
As long as he holds up in the Super Bowl and his next checks out, how can you not rank him number one after his record-breaking season? He threw for 5,477 yards and 55 touchdowns. He has great weapons in place. Peyton should have no problem putting up monster numbers once again.
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2. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Drew Brees threw for 5,162 yards and 39 touchdowns. That’s three straight years with at least 5,000 yards and 39 touchdowns. He is the poster boy for consistent excellence.
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3. Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers
Cam Newton averaged 211.2 passing yards, 1.5 passing touchdowns, 36.5 rushing yards and 0.4 rushing touchdowns. He should continue to deliver with his legs. I expect Carolina spends the offseason upgrading his arsenal so he can start doing more damage with his arm.
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4. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers was limited to nine games last year, but I think a bounceback is in order. He isn’t quite as dangerous with his feet, which cuts into his fantasy value a little. He still elite.
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5. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck threw for 3,822 yards and 23 touchdowns. He added 377 yards and four touchdowns with his feet. His ability to run puts him right up there with the best of the best. I expect his passing totals to rise.
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6. Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Matthew Stafford threw for 4,650 yards and 29 touchdowns, putting his three-year average at 4,885 yards and 30 touchdowns. Calvin Johnson is an elite talent. I expect the Lions to add help. Jim Caldwell’s presence should also help.
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7. Tom Brady, New England Patriots
Brady did as much as he could with the talent available to him. He still finished with 4,343 yards and 25 touchdowns. Assuming he has better options next year, Brady should continue to put up big numbers.
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8. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys
Most teams would kill for a quarterback that throws for 3,828 yards and 31 touchdowns with just 10 interceptions. Unfortunately Tony Romo will carry a stigma until he can win the big game. For fantasy owners, that’s irrelevant. He’ll continue to put up big numbers.
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9. Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles
Nick Foles threw for 27 touchdowns with just two interceptions. He has a firm grasp of Chip Kelly’s offense. Expect more growth, even if the numbers take a little hit. A 13.5:1 TD-Interception ratio is not sustainable.
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10. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson has 52 touchdowns to just 19 interceptions in two seasons. He adds value by running the ball. A healthy Percy Harvin should only help his passing numbers.
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