ASL's Brian Murphy, Daniel Brown, John Adams Josh Rabbitt and Levi Andrew rank the top 20 QBs for 2017.

With the opening of NFL training camps still more than a month away, ASL's writers have put together their top 20 QB draft ranking.

1. Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers

Brian MurphyHe has ranked either first or second among fantasy QBs in seven of his nine seasons as a starter, and I see no reason for a decline as he enters his age-33 campaign. Rodgers remains an elite-elite passer with plenty of weapons and actually set a career high in rushing attempts in 2016.

John Adams: Best of the Best – No one Close

Josh Rabbitt: How long can Rodgers single handedly hold up a sinking Packers team? I think a while yet.

Levi Andrew: Mr Rodgers has finished the last three season as a top 8 QB. 1st in 2016, 7th in 2015 and 1st in 2014. Will always be a top 5 QB.

 

2. Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts

Brian MurphyIf his offensive line can protect him consistently, Luck carries the position’s best blend of ability and upside. It feels like he hasn’t reached his ceiling yet, but he has notched three top-five fantasy seasons since entering the league in 2012. The only thing that could move him down in my rankings is a delayed recovery from offseason shoulder surgery.

John Adams: Luck is coming off a 4,000-yard passing season with 33 total touchdowns and is locked in for maybe his best season yet. The 27-year-old did have off-season shoulder surgery, but he’ll be firing on all cylinders coming into this year where the Colts have the easiest schedule in the league.

Josh Rabbitt: Andrew Luck is starting to catch a bunch of heat for not being as "great" as everyone wants him to be. However I'm not buying what they are selling. He is a lock for another year in the top 5.

Levi Andrew: Andrew has his arrow pointed up. New GM that knows he needs to protect his Franchise QB. Had his shoulder fixed this offseason. If he stays healthy and plays the whole season top 3 numbers in 2017.

 

3. Tom Brady - New England Patriots

Brian MurphyBrady was suspended for four games last season and still finished just a few points away from slotting as a top-12 fantasy QB. Chronos will come for him eventually, but I definitely don’t see it happening this season, not with Brandin Cooks now in the fold.

John Adams: There is no denying that Tom Brady is one the most prolific quarterbacks ever to throw the football in the NFL. BUT… He turns 40 in August and father time is undefeated. The Pats have surrounded Brady with multiple weapons and barring injury, he should have a great season. But 40 is NOT the new 30 and a 40-year-old quarterback is always risky, even if his name is Tom Brady.

Josh Rabbitt: I'm going to break with the mold and put Tom Brady #1. For a reason you simply look at all the weapons they put around him. There is more talent on that roster offensively than I remember since Randy moss was on the team.

Levi Andrew: If Tom plans on playing till he's 45, Bill sure did a good job surrounding him with even more weapons this off season. He got a great deep threat in Cooks, Gronk is back and healthy, added Gillislee and Burkhead in the RB room. That's not good for their target share but great for Brady.

 

4. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints

Brian MurphyI don’t feel great about putting Brees at 4th, but there seems to be a clear gap between these top four and the next tier. He will probably turn in another stellar statistical season based on volume alone, but second-year man Michael Thomas is now his No. 1 wideout. Adrian Peterson doesn’t really help matters from a receiving standpoint, and Ted Ginn (!!!) looks to have a very meaningful role in this offense. I know Brees has done big things with a rotating cast throughout his career. Can he do it again with this lackluster crew and at 38 years old?

John Adams: Coming into his 17th season, Drew Brees is another grizzled veteran who says he can play until he’s 45-years-old. Brees finished last season as the 3rd best fantasy quarterback and he is a monster in the dome, but at 38-years-old, a slow down could be just around the corner.

Josh Rabbitt: To me at Drew Brees is where the top tier of QB's starts to step down a bit. Brees has been great for forever, but I don't think the loss of Cooks can be overlooked. I don't think you can just plug and play Ted Ginn and have the same outcome. The fact that I have him at #4 I think proves I have more questions than answers at QB this year.

Levi Andrew: Brees just won't go away. Should be ranked higher, but they brought in AP so I can see them going more run first with Ingram and him. Top 5 QB.

 

5. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons

Brian Murphy: My ranking of 8th is a hedge. There’s no part of me that thinks he can repeat last year’s smashing success. But I don’t think Ryan will be as mediocre as he was in 2015. He will probably be overdrafted in many leagues this summer.

John Adams: Many experts believe that Matt Ryan has the tools to repeat his epic 2016 campaign where he threw for just a shade under 5,000 yards to go along with a dizzying 38 touchdowns. However, I don’t think Ryan can repeat those numbers and will fall back to the earth in 2017. Don’t get me wrong, Ryan is a top ten quarterback for sure, but if you’re looking for 30-plus touchdowns again, you may be sorely disappointed.

Josh Rabbitt: As my 11th QB, "Finally", you say! Wasn't this guy like #3 in scoring last year? Yes. But now there is no more Shanahan. I'm open to being wrong here, but Kyle has coaxed career years out of every QB he has ever had. I think he is more likely to finish QB #15 than QB #3.

Levi Andrew: Talk about an up and down career in fantasy. Since 2012 Ryan has finished 7,15,7,9,2. I should have him ranked lower than 4th since he's had 1 top 5 season. New offensive coordinator, but they say they're gonna keep the same scheme. So if that's the case he should do pretty well.

 

6. Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks

Brian MurphyI’ll write off Wilson’s disappointing 2016 as being due to injuries. Like Andrew Luck, Wilson needs his O-line to step up. If that happens, Wilson, with full mobility, will undoubtedly finish as a top-eight QB yet again

John Adams: Provided he can stay healthy, Russell Wilson should be able to leave behind a 2016 season where he registered a 92.6 quarterback rating (the lowest of his career) and a career high 11 interceptions. Health issues plagued Wilson all season long, but he is apparently feeling much better and the Seahawks are looking at one of the easiest schedules coming into the 2017 season. 

Josh Rabbitt: Ranking Russell Wilson at 4th is where I start to diverge from the pack. I am not a believer in any other QB option. I feel pretty safe about what RW can bring to the table. He's not going to kill me with turnovers, he plays through injury, and he is a safe bet for 4,000 yards and 30 TDs.

Levi Andrew: He's settling into becoming a better pocket passer. That can either hinder or help him. I have him this low at 9th because I think his rushing numbers will drop more than they already have. The Hawks will always be a run-first team.

 

7. Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys

Brian MurphyEverything just went so perfectly for Prescott and the ‘Boys’ offense last season. Almost too perfectly. My ranking of 14th accounts for some understandable growing pains and regression.

John Adams: Dak Prescott only threw the ball 459 times during his rookie season last year, but still finished as the 6th best fantasy quarterback. Now with a year of experience under his belt, expect more of the same from a quarterback who not only plays behind the best offensive line in football, but who is blessed to play alongside running back sensation Ezekiel Elliott.

Josh Rabbitt: This will be the year of Dak unleashed. #10 QB in total points last year as a rookie, on a team that ran the ball a ton. This year I think Dak is asked to do more, and he rises to the challenge. Dak and Mariota represent huge bargains in fantasy drafts right now.

Levi Andrew: No sophomore slump for this guy. Great O-line that has a great RB that has to keep the defense honest cuz Dak has a good arm and legs. Look for Zek and Dak to just keep growing together to become a great threat to defenses.

 

8. Derek Carr – Oakland Raiders

Brian MurphyMarshawn Lynch is in Oakland, but in the realistic scenario that he shows his age and rust after a year-long layoff, Carr will probably asked to throw more. I love everything about this aerial attack, and Carr is just now entering his prime. His surgically repaired ankle will be fine by Opening Day.

John Adams: 2016 was a breakout season for Derek Carr and the Raiders. In his third season, Carr led the soon-to-be Vegas Raiders to a 12-3 record and fell just short of the 4,000-yard mark when he broke his leg during Week 16. Carr tossed 28 touchdowns last season and four 300-yard games. He is far ahead of schedule in his recovery and should pick up where he left off last year before his injury.

Josh Rabbitt: Another one most people have higher than me at 13th is Carr. I like the weapons, but I don't love the underlying stats when Carr throws the ball deep. I think a regression is coming.

Levi Andrew: This kid is locked and loaded to be a great QB in the NFL. I personally think he could have given the Pats a run in the playoffs last year. But he got hurt and didn't get a chance. Great WRs and Lynch just got there, which will be a huge asset to his performance this year.

 

9. Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers

Brian MurphyThe upside exists as long as Cam keeps running, and that’s why I have placed him at 10th. But there are serious concerns to consider. Namely, he cratered as a passer last season. He was never special in that area to begin with, but his incredible athleticism polished those blemishes. Now, if he (smartly) shies away from running as much to lessen the physical punishment he takes and can rebound as a passer, what do we have?  Maybe a QB1, but certainly on the lower end of the scale.

John Adams: Cam Newton is easily coming off the worst season of his career with a 19:14 TD:INT ratio and a career low 359 rushing yards. The constant beatings and sacks seem to have taken a toll on Newton and his productivity. However, the draft additions of versatile rookie running backs Christian McCaffrey and Curtis Samuel could provide the outlet Newton needs to get rid of the ball more quickly and have a bounce back 2017 season.

Josh Rabbitt: Cam is the guy on this list that could easily repeat his bad performance, or bounce back and be a QB#1 again. I personally don't trust him. But as a high upside QB2, I love him.

Levi Andrew: If you were one to draft Cam #1 overall last year I feel your pain. I did it with Vick when he was on the Eagles. The coaches are really trying to bring his rushes down to save his body. Surgery this off season on his shoulder. They also brought the #1 rookie in my opinion in. With McCaffery and Stewart rushing now they can afford to let Cam throw more and not rush.

 

10. Marcus Mariota – Tennessee Titans

Brian MurphyThe Titans have prioritized giving Mariota a bevy of quality receiving options, and I think those efforts are about to pay off. Last season’s No. 13 fantasy QB despite missing one game, Mariota might deserve to be ranked a few spots higher than my ranking of 11th. He is definitely near the top of the list if you just want to talk about upside.

John Adams: Marcus Mariota took a giant step forward during his sophomore season only to take two steps back when his 2016 campaign ended abruptly with a broken leg. As a running quarterback, Mariota has endured a slew of injuries during his first two seasons and he’s still not game ready coming into June. The good news is that Mariota is getting healthy and will have the chance to throw to one of most dynamic rookie receivers in this year’s draft, Corey Davis. Davis is coming back from an ankle injury, but is eager to develop some real chemistry with Mariota.

Josh Rabbitt: Where is Matt Ryan? Matt Stafford? Kirk Cousins? Sorry kids. I have Marcus at 6th because he is the future. QB #12 in points per game throwing to the likes of Andre Johnson last year.

Levi Andrew: Big year coming for the big Hawaiian. He got Corey Davis to throw to and he started to build chemistry with Rishard Matthews last year. He also has the ability to perform on his feet, even after that bad injury last year. This year Marcus will show us that he is a true franchise QB we all know he can be.

 

11. Jameis Winston – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Brian MurphyWe should be looking at an easy 4,000-yard, 30-touchdown season from Winston this year. With the pieces that are around in him in the Bucs’ offense, he has no excuses. The arrow is pointing straight up.

John Adams: Despite 33 interceptions in his first two seasons in Tampa, Jameis Winston has also surpassed the 4,000 yard passing mark during his rookie and sophomore campaigns. Now Winston has more receiving weapons to work with than he’s ever had before including the off season acquisition of DeSean Jackson. You can also expect Tampa to employ two tight end sets using the tandem of breakout player Cameron Brate and hot rookie prospect O.J. Howard.

Josh Rabbitt: Winston contrary to popular belief, is a terrible QB. I feel like every throw he makes is a close-eyed prayer to Mike Evans. However, now he also gets to make close-eyed prayers to OJ Howard and Deshaun Jackson. I can get in on that in my backup QB.

Levi Andrew: At 6th, many could say I'm high on Jameis, but he's got all the tools to excel this year. Evans and D Jack on search side of the field, Howard in the middle and Martin behind him. Huge step forward this year.

 

12. Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers

Brian Murphy: People need to understand just how much of an impact Martavis Bryant has on the Steelers’ offense. It can be seen in Roethlisberger’s splits with and without him, especially prior to 2016. I know it’s risky to assume that all the Bs here will stay on the field. If they do, Big Ben is going to have an awesome season at a draft discount.

John Adams: The bottom line is that Ben Roethlisberger has been missing games and playing hurt over the past two seasons and his fantasy numbers have suffered because of it. Ben is not getting any younger and has been pondering retirement as he adds new sets of injuries each season. If he can stay healthy, and that’s a “big IF” he can be a top ten QB again, but his style of play has taken its toll on his body over the last 13 seasons and he is close to the end.

Josh Rabbitt: Big Ben would be much higher than 10th on my list if I know I could count on him not sitting out 3 or 4 games. He could easily get a top 5 finish, if he could ever stay healthy.

Levi Andrew: Retirement is the talk of the town in Pittsburgh. If this truly is his last year, I can't see him not going out with a bang. This team is built to win now.

 

13. Kirk Cousins – Washington Redskins

Brian MurphyLosing DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon stings, and having Terrelle Pryor pretty much locked in as your top wide receiver isn’t an even trade. But let’s see if 2016 first-rounder Josh Doctson can pick up the slack. There’s no doubt in my mind that Cousins won’t meet his standout numbers from last year. But he will likely end up being a fringe QB1 solely because Washington will continue to throw the ball a ton.

John Adams: Like it or not, Kirk Cousins will be piloting the ‘New-Look” Redskins this season. With the departure of veteran receivers DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon, Cousins will need to produce instant chemistry with his new receivers, Terrell Pryor and Josh Doctson. Jackson and Garcon accounted for at least 200 of Cousins targets last season, that’s a huge hole to fill in a short amount of time, especially for Matt Cavanaugh, the team’s new offensive coordinator.

Josh Rabbitt: I don't trust him. I really don't. I love the weapons, but I feel like about any other QB could be doing the same with those weapons. What if he starts playing to avoid injury or starts thinking too much about the contract? I think he will finish in the top 10, but I don't see another top 5 finish for him.

Levi Andrew: The reason I have Cousins at 12, and out of the top 10, is because he only has two receivers coming back from last year. Jordan Reed and Jamison Crowder. He's going to have a long training camp. He did come out and say that he loves Pryor and he's going to feed him the ball, which very well can help Cousins. Pryor was a decent QB in Oakland and knows where the QB wants him to be. Big could be huge assets for one another.

 

14. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions

Brian Murphy: Everyone (me included) thought Stafford would suffer without Calvin Johnson. Instead, he seemed to play more freely, no longer burdened by the feeling that he should force throws to Megatron. Spreading the ball around works for him, and I think that will continue to be the case. A reprise of his QB7 finish, however, isn’t in the cards.

John Adams: Matt Stafford finished the regular season last year with 4,327 yards and 24 touchdowns against 10 interceptions. He’s a solid top tier quarterback, but has limited weapons to work with and the Lions did nothing to improve their offense during the draft.

Josh Rabbitt: Matt Stafford is going to give you a solid back end QB1 performance week in and week out. He's not going to be spectacular, but he can be your rock.

 

15. Eli Manning – New York Giants

Brian MurphyHe is running on fumes, but Eli has some fantastic end zone targets at his disposal, including perhaps the best wideout in the game. Brandon Marshall will be a difference-maker for this offense in the red zone, and rookie Evan Engram fills the Giants’ lasting need for a dynamic, catch-first tight end.

John Adams: After an impressive 2014 and 2015 season, Giants quarterback Eli Manning fell back to earth last season finishing as the 22nd rated quarterback in fantasy production. So why do I think an aging quarterback can crack the top twenty again? It’s simple, Manning does his best work when he has a dynamic tight end to lean on and that’s exactly what he gets with rookie prospect Evan Engram. I know rookie tight ends don’t have the best track record, but this kid is a difference maker. He’s more receiver than tight end and has the hands to snag even the most errant passes that slip out of Eli’s hands.

Josh Rabbitt: He is old. He is declining. I 100% get it. However, he has all the weapons in the world. I don't know how you can't be successful with all that talent to throw to.

Levi Andrew: Eli finished 22nd last yea r; the two years before that he finished #10. If the Giants can get a run game going and take the pressure off Eli's arm. He may return to top-10 Eli.

 

16. Philip Rivers – Los Angeles Chargers

Brian MurphyLike Blake Bortles, Rivers is a quarterback whom you shouldn’t watch if you own him. It’s not good for the heart. Yet if Keenan Allen could just stay healthy for once (please!) and get to play alongside intriguing youngsters such as Tyrell Williams, rookie Mike Williams and tight end Hunter Henry, Rivers will at least be useful.

John Adams: Many experts have Philip Rivers moving up their depth charts, but that’s a mistake. The L.A. Chargers play the third most difficult schedule coming into the 2017 season and Rivers has made a real habit of fading down the stretch. He is a serviceable quarterback with tremendous talent, but he doesn’t have the supporting cast to make a real impact.

Josh Rabbitt: Clearly in the major decline phase, I can't trust Rivers to throw more TD's than picks.

Levi Andrew: Philip Rivers is about as close to a security blanket as you can get at QB. Top 15 QB every year since 2013. The last 3 years he's finished 12,12, and 14th. With all the injuries he's dealt with at WR, RB, and TE he's a good bet to finish top 10 with all his weapons healthy.

 

17. Tyrod Taylor – Buffalo Bills

Brian MurphyTaylor better hope his feet don’t fail him because I’m not sure who he will be throwing the ball to if Sammy Watkins gets hurt again. Second-round rookie Zay Jones might turn out to be his top target.

John Adams: Tyrod Taylor finished last season as the 9th rated fantasy quarterback stuffed between Blake Bortles and Russell Wilson. Many of Taylor’s fantasy points came from his 580 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns. The Bills still haven’t committed to Taylor as their starting quarterback, but he’s far and away their best option. If Buffalo goes in another direction, there will be no shortage of teams happy to scoop him up.

Josh Rabbitt: QB is a minefield this year. Here is a guy that may end up giving you nothing. Or he could give you some decent performances. There's not much left.

Levi Andrew: Tyrod has to prove himself again to a new regime. He’ll do it and with grace. Rex is gone which should equal more passing attempts for him. Watkins stays healthy this year, with Zay Jones on the other side, I can see Tyrod blowing everyone away this year.

 

18. Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals

Brian MurphyNo matter what Dalton does, you always know he will end up as a midrange QB2. I guess that’s nice. You are fully aware of what he is going to give you. No surprises. John Ross and Joe Mixon add a significant amount of speed to this offense. Not that it will make much difference to Dalton’s year-end fantasy value. He is who he is. 2013 was a total outlier.

John Adams: If the Bengals receiving corps can get healthy, Andy Dalton could have another decent fantasy output in 2017. He finished as the 12th rated fantasy quarterback last season and should have the tools to finish in that area again. A.J. Green, Tyler Eifert and Gio Bernard missed too much time last year, but if they can stay on the field, Dalton could produce another decent fantasy output.

Josh Rabbitt: Dalton is going to bounce back this year, and be a solid QB#2 like he has been for his entire career. However, I like more upside with my backup QB's.

Levi Andrew: This is the best spot for the red rifle. He could finish with better stats than last year just don't forecast him cracking the top 10.

 

19. Blake Bortles – Jacksonville Jaguars

Brian MurphyHe might lose his job if he doesn’t improve by NFL standards at least somewhat. So, there’s that. But Bortles has been a top-10 fantasy quarterback in each of the past two seasons. It’s not pretty at all, but it works for his owners. While the Jags would like to just keep the offense on the ground all day with Leonard Fournette and T.J. Yeldon, their defense isn’t good enough to allow them that. Thus, Bortles will have to keep doing what he does best: Rack up those junk-time points. They all count in our game.

Levi Andrew: Many say this is his last year to prove he can be a capable NFL QB. But in our world of fantasy he's been a huge asset. Finishing the last two years in the top 15. Most of his points are garbage time but we don't care in fantasy. Fournette just got there, which in my opinion will take a huge defensive load off Bortles and vault him to the next level.

 

20. Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles

Brian MurphyI could have placed either Carson -- Wentz or Palmer -- in my No. 20 spot. I’ll choose the upside. Wentz did throw the ball more than 600 times as a rookie, and the presence of Alshon Jeffery can only help him.

Levi Andrew: He has all the weapons around him to take that next step. Just not enough shown to have him higher than my ranking of 18th this early in the year.

 

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The Table below shows the consensus ranking and each writer’s rankings.

Rank Player Consensus Best Worst
1 Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers 1.2 1 2
2 Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts 2.4 2 3
3 Tom Brady - New England Patriots 2.4 1 3
4 Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints 4.6 4 6
5 Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons 7.6 4 11
6 Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks 7.6 5 12
7 Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys 8.4 5 14
8 Derek Carr – Oakland Raiders 8.6 6 13
9 Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers 9.4 4 14
10 Marcus Mariota – Tennessee Titans 10.2 6 13
11 Jameis Winston – Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10.8 6 15
12 Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers 11 6 16
13 Kirk Cousins – Washington Redskins 11.8 8 14
14 Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions 12.2 8 18
15 Eli Manning – New York Giants 14.7 8 > 20
16 Philip Rivers – Los Angeles Chargers 16.8 14 18
17 Tyrod Taylor – Buffalo Bills 18.1 15 > 20
18 Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals 18.3 16 > 20
19 Blake Bortles – Jacksonville Jaguars 18.6 14 > 20
20 Carl Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles 20 17 > 20

 

Brian Murphy's QB Ranking:

1 Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers
2 Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts
3 Tom Brady - New England Patriots
4 Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints
5 Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks
6 Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers
7 Jameis Winston – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
8 Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons
9 Derek Carr – Oakland Raiders
10 Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers
11 Marcus Mariota – Tennessee Titans
12 Kirk Cousins – Washington Redskins
13 Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions
14 Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys
15 Blake Bortles – Jacksonville Jaguars
16 Eli Manning – New York Giants
17 Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals
18 Philip Rivers – Los Angeles Chargers
19 Tyrod Taylor – Buffalo Bills
20 Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles

Daniel Brown's QB Ranking:

1 Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers
2 Tom Brady - New England Patriots
3 Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts
4 Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers
5 Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons
6 Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints
7 Derek Carr – Oakland Raiders
8 Eli Manning – New York Giants
9 Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys
10 Marcus Mariota – Tennessee Titans
11 Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers
12 Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks
13 Kirk Cousins – Washington Redskins
14 Philip Rivers – Los Angeles Chargers
15 Jameis Winston – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
16 Ryan Tannehill - Miami Dolphins
17 Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles
18 Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions
19 Blake Bortles – Jacksonville Jaguars
20 Alex Smith - Kansas City Chiefs

John Adams' QB Ranking:

1 Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers
2 Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts
3 Tom Brady - New England Patriots
4 Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints
5 Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys
6 Derek Carr – Oakland Raiders
7 Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks
8 Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions
9 Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers
10 Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons
11 Jameis Winston – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
12 Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers
13 Marcus Mariota – Tennessee Titans
14 Kirk Cousins – Washington Redskins
15 Eli Manning – New York Giants
16 Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals
17 Philip Rivers – Los Angeles Chargers
18 Tyrod Taylor – Buffalo Bills
19 Joe Flacco - Baltimore Ravens
20 Ryan Tannehill - Miami Dolphins

Josh Rabbitt's QB Ranking:

1 Tom Brady - New England Patriots
2 Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers
3 Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts
4 Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints
5 Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks
6 Marcus Mariota – Tennessee Titans
7 Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys
8 Kirk Cousins – Washington Redskins
9 Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions
10 Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers
11 Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons
12 Eli Manning – New York Giants
13 Derek Carr – Oakland Raiders
14 Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers
15 Jameis Winston – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
16 Tyrod Taylor – Buffalo Bills
17 Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals
18 Philip Rivers – Los Angeles Chargers
19 Ryan Tannehill - Miami Dolphins
20 Carson Palmer - Arizona Cardinals

Levi Andrew QB Ranking:

1 Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers
2 Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts
3 Tom Brady - New England Patriots
4 Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons
5 Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints
6 Jameis Winston – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
7 Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys
8 Derek Carr – Oakland Raiders
9 Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks
10 Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers
11 Marcus Mariota – Tennessee Titans
12 Kirk Cousins – Washington Redskins
13 Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions
14 Blake Bortles – Jacksonville Jaguars
15 Tyrod Taylor – Buffalo Bills
16 Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers
17 Philip Rivers – Los Angeles Chargers
18 Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles
19 Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals
20 Carson Palmer - Arizona Cardinals

Brian Murphy has been writing about sports -- fantasy, pro and college -- since 2001. He has written for numerous fantasy sites, including Scout.com. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Central Florida and a master's degree in mass communication from California State University-Northridge. He currently lives in Orlando.

 

Daniel Brown is a sports fanatic. Growing up in Australia, he followed English Premier League soccer, NFL, NBA and many other sports. Since relocating to the US over 12 years ago, Daniel has been heavily involved in fantasy football including Dynasty Leagues, Re-draft and Daily Fantasy. The NFL Draft and Fantasy Football are his passion and devotion. You can follow Daniel on Twitter @brownsnake76 for sports comments and general musings, or hit him up with your fantasy questions!

 

John Adams has nearly 20 years of television network reporting experience covering professional and college teams across the country including the Denver Broncos, Colorado Rockies, Colorado Buffaloes, Carolina Panthers and the Florida State Seminoles.

Josh has been playing dynasty fantasy football for more than a decade and manages over 50 teams and has won more than 100 championships. When Josh isn't managing his teams or spending time with his family, he is either coaching football or watching football. Josh has B.S. in Social Studies Education from the University of Wisconsin Platteville and is currently teaching high school history.
 

Levi likes to spend time with his 6 year old son, which includes coaching his football and baseball teams. He's also trying not to hurt himself on the skateboard again.

Levi raises chickens on his little farm in Washington State. He has 17 chickens, 1 turkey and 2 ducks.