Author: Nick Rodriguez
5. Ryan Tanehill
This might be a surprise to a lot of folks, but Tanehill is my number 5 QB in the rankings. He has shown a lot of growth at the QB position and I believe that this will be is breakout year. He is a great fantasy option with his ability to throw as well as tuck the ball and run. Now with the second year offensive coordinator Bill Lazor, I believe he is ready to shock the world. He had a total of 278 fantasy points at the QB position which ranks 8th among all QB’s last season. He has new weapons in Jordan Cameron, Devonte Parker, Kenny Stills, and Greg Jennings. He has a much improved receiving core, which is why he is my number 5 QB.
4. Ben Roethlisberger
Rothlisberger is my number 4 QB in the rankings. Big Ben has one of the best receivers in Antonio Brown and one of the best running back receivers in LeVeon Bell. Big Ben had a terrific season last year with 32 TD and 9 INT. Last season, Big Ben had 306 fantasy points which ranks 5th among QB last season. Big Ben has been consistent for years, so he is definitely someone to keep in you’re radar.
3. Russel Wilson
Wilson is my number 3 QB in the rankings. Seahawks added Jimmy Graham to there roster which will be a huge help for Wilson as it gives the Seahawks another threat on the offensive side of the ball. He gives Wilson a real receiving threat which they have been lacking the last few years. Wilson’s ability to run makes him a real fantasy threat. He had 327 fantasy points which is why he is my number 3 QB.
2. Andrew Luck
Andrew Luck has just been everything the Colts have wanted and even more. He is one of the best QB in the league and is my number 2 QB in the rankings. He has a nice deep threat in T.Y Hilton and a nice TE core in Colby Fleener and Dwayne Allen. The Colts added Andre Johnson and Philip Dorsett for Luckthis offseason, which gives him other great options in the passing game. Luck can tuck it and run which makes him so valuable in fantasy. He finished with a total of 351 fantasy points which ranks 2nd among QB last season.
Rodgers is my number one quarterback in the rankings and is well deserved. Last season he had a total of 354 fantasy points which ranked first among quarterbacks. He only threw 5 interceptions last season, which shows his accuracy and decision making with the football. He has great options on the offensive side of the ball in Randall Cobb, Eddie Lacy, and Jordy Nelson. He has one of the best receiving cores in the league and Rodgers is the best quarterback in the league which is why he is number 1 in my rankings.
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