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 Rankings/Projections > Dynasty Rankings  
Updated: 6/1/14
Doug Orth | Archive | Email |


 
QUARTERBACKS
Chg Rank Player Tm Age
  1 Andrew Luck IND 25
  2 Aaron Rodgers GB 30
  3 Matthew Stafford DET 26
Tier 2
  4 Cam Newton CAR 25
  5 Drew Brees NO 35
  6 Robert Griffin III WAS 24
  7 Nick Foles PHI 25
  8 Matt Ryan ATL 29
  9 Russell Wilson SEA 25
  10 Colin Kaepernick SF 27
Tier 3
  11 Peyton Manning DEN 38
  12 Jay Cutler CHI 31
  13 Philip Rivers SD 32
  14 Tom Brady NE 37
Tier 4
  15 Ryan Tannehill MIA 26
  16 Sam Bradford STL 27
  17 Teddy Bridgewater MIN 22
  18 Johnny Manziel CLE 21
  19 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 32
Tier 5
  20 Andy Dalton CIN 27
  21 Tony Romo DAL 34
  22 Blake Bortles JAC 22
  23 Joe Flacco BAL 29
  24 Eli Manning NYG 33
  25 Alex Smith KC 30
Tier 6
  26 Geno Smith NYJ 24
  27 Jake Locker TEN 26
  28 EJ Manuel BUF 24
  29 Mike Glennon TB 24
  30 Tom Savage HOU 24
  31 Ryan Mallett NE 26
  32 Logan Thomas ARI 23
  33 Kirk Cousins WAS 26
  34 Derek Carr OAK 23
  35 Josh McCown TB 35
  36 Carson Palmer ARI 34
  37 Brock Osweiler DEN 24
  38 Zach Mettenberger TEN 23
Tier 7
  39 Chad Henne JAC 29
  40 Matt Schaub OAK 33
  41 Brian Hoyer CLE 29
  42 Michael Vick NYJ 34
  43 Aaron Murray KC 24
  44 AJ McCarron CIN 24
  45 Matt Cassel MIN 32
  46 Jimmy Garoppolo NE 23
  47 David Fales CHI 24
  48 Ryan Fitzpatrick HOU 32
  49 Terrelle Pryor SEA 25
  50 Matt Barkley PHI 24
 
COMMENTS
  Andrew Luck, IND: Look for "special assistant" Rob Chudzinski to "convince" OC Pep Hamilton to throw the ball more in 2014.

  Matthew Stafford, DET: In Saints-like offense with an unfair number of offensive weapons, Stafford has no more excuses.

  Cam Newton, CAR: Panthers taking big risk putting bulk of receiving production on rookie Kelvin Benjamin.

  Robert Griffin III, WAS: About 1 1/2 years removed from ACL surgery, RG3 has a ton of weapons in what should be a pass-happy offense.

  Nick Foles, PHI: Still a bit leery about long-term upside despite his place in HC Chip Kelly's offense,

  Jay Cutler, CHI: Could ascend into middle of tier 2 if he could put together a 16-game season.

  Ryan Tannehill, MIA: Almost has to be better in 2014 without awful play-calling by former OC Mike Sherman.

  Teddy Bridgewater, MIN: Hard not to like talented supporting cast and new OC Norv Turner.

  Johnny Manziel, CLE: May be forced to play w/o best offensive weapon as a rookie, but legs should save his value for first 2-3 years.

  Tony Romo, DAL: Back surgeries starting to add up.

  Blake Bortles, JAC: Possesses a fair amount of upside, but most owners will not want to wait for Jags to become "his team".

  EJ Manuel, BUF: Bills knew he was a project when they drafted him; has a bevy of talented playmakers around him now.

  Mike Glennon, TB: Only thing keeping him from mid-tier 5 ranking is starting job in 2014.

  Tom Savage, HOU: Was his selection made for the future or to give Ryan Mallett a long-term backup starting in 2015?

  Ryan Mallett, NE: Worth holding onto; almost certain to be a starter in 2015 (possibly with Houston).

  Logan Thomas, ARI: Poor man's Cam Newton will have time to learn under one of league's top QB gurus in HC Bruce Arians.