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 Ryan Tannehill, MIA (Bye: 5)
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Height: 6’4”   Weight: 221   DOB: 1988-07-27   Age: 26
College: Texas A&M   Draft: 2012 Round 1 (8) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012MIA16282 484 3,294 12 13 49 211 2 245.8 15.4
2013MIA16355 588 3,913 24 17 39 238 1 321.5 20.1
2014MIA16392 590 4,045 27 12 55 317 1 348.0 21.7
2015 (Projected)MIA 359 561 3,928 26 14 54 256 1 332.0  

Outlook: Tannehill posted career highs in passing yards, passing touchdowns, completion percentage, and rushing yards in route to finishing as the No.10 fantasy quarterback in 2014. With a new $77 mil, 4-year contract extension inked in the offseason and four new offensive weapons in Kenny Stills, Greg Jennings, Jordan Cameron, and first round pick DeVante Parker, Tannehill looks primed to take another big step forward up the fantasy rankings. Stills will help provide a deep threat to stretch the field, while Cameron and Jennings will attack the middle in short and intermediate routes. If Parker (foot) can get healthy and live up to the hype that earned him the 14th selection in the 2015 draft, there is an excellent chance that Tannehill will continue to improve on his numbers from last season and will be a solid QB1 in all formats.


 Eli Manning, NYG (Bye: 11)
14
Height: 6’4”   Weight: 218   DOB: 1981-01-03   Age: 34
College: -   Draft: 2004 Round 1 (1) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012NYG16321 536 3,948 26 15 20 30 0 304.4 19.0
2013NYG16317 551 3,818 18 27 18 36 0 266.5 16.7
2014NYG16379 601 4,410 30 14 12 31 1 349.6 21.9
2015 (Projected)NYG 353 579 4,111 29 18 16 32 0 324.8  

 Colin Kaepernick, SF (Bye: 10)
15
Height: 6’5”   Weight: 230   DOB: 1987-11-03   Age: 27
College: -   Draft: 2011 Round 2 (4) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012SF13136 218 1,814 10 3 63 415 5 202.2 15.6
2013SF16243 416 3,197 21 8 95 521 4 320.0 20.0
2014SF16289 479 3,369 19 10 105 641 1 314.6 19.7
2015 (Projected)SF 290 483 3,475 22 11 93 557 2 329.5  

 Jay Cutler, CHI (Bye: 7)
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Height: 6’3”   Weight: 220   DOB: 1983-04-29   Age: 32
College: Vanderbilt   Draft: 2006 Round 1 (11) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012CHI15255 434 3,033 19 14 41 233 0 251.0 16.7
2013CHI11225 356 2,619 19 12 23 118 0 218.8 19.9
2014CHI15370 561 3,812 28 18 38 198 2 334.4 22.3
2015 (Projected)CHI 350 564 3,950 25 16 40 167 1 320.2  

 Joe Flacco, BAL (Bye: 9)
17
Height: 6’6”   Weight: 238   DOB: 1985-01-16   Age: 30
College: Delaware   Draft: 2008 Round 1 (18) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012BAL16317 531 3,817 22 10 32 22 3 299.1 18.7
2013BAL16362 614 3,912 19 22 27 131 1 290.7 18.2
2014BAL16344 555 3,986 27 12 39 70 2 326.3 20.4
2015 (Projected)BAL 329 540 3,779 24 15 35 84 1 299.4  

 Teddy Bridgewater, MIN (Bye: 5)
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Height: 6’2”   Weight: 214   DOB: 1992-11-10   Age: 22
College: Louisville   Draft: 2014 Round 1 (32) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2014MIN13259 402 2,919 14 12 47 209 1 228.9 17.6
2015 (Projected)MIN 311 501 3,509 23 13 91 245 1 298.0  

Outlook: It took a few years, but it looks the annual carousel of quarterbacks in Minnesota may have finally landed on a winner! While Teddy Bridgewater looks to be the right captain for the Vikings, is he ready to lead the raids that pillage your fantasy opponents? Although it worked out well, Bridgewater didnít exactly fly out of the gate after his first start in Week 3. It wasnít until his fourth start that he finally threw his first touchdown. But itís not the start of a rookie quarterbackís first season that should be evaluated, but the finish. After a rocky first seven games (3 touchdowns, 5 interceptions, 188 yards/game), Bridgewater seemed to get the hang of things after a heartbreaking 3-point loss to the Packers in Week 12. Counting that game, Bridgewater showed definite improvement during the final six , as he amassed a 10-6 touchdown-to-interception ratio, and averaged 240 yards/game. Over the final five games of the season, Bridgewater also completed over 70% of his passes. Bridgewater not only developed as a passer and playmaker, but he kept his team competitive in games, as five of his seven losses as a starter were by six points or less. So what does the real life development do for his fantasy prospects? Itís just one of several check marks in the upside column.

Joining Bridgewater in the backfield this year is none other than generational running back Adrian Peterson. With the drama of last season in the rear view mirror, Peterson can and will dominate defensive attention, giving Bridgewater a slew of softer coverages to throw against. Running around in that newly created real estate will be a host of potential pass catching options. Veteran Mike Wallace adds a lid busting element to the younger, but supremely talented trio of Charles Johnson, Jarius Wright and Cordarrelle Patterson. If he can stay healthy (IF!), tight end Kyle Rudolph should be able to clean up around the line of scrimmage on curl and in routes, and in the red zone. If you werenít convinced that Bridgewater offers fantasy QB2 upside, just look at the storied history offensive coordinator Norv Turner has with developing passing offenses. Baring a hiccup in Miami, all of Turners teams have demonstrated a significant statistical upgrade during his tenure calling the offense. Not impressed? Heís made these gains with the likes of Heath Shuler, journeyman Doug Flutie, and a very raw Alex Smith as some of his signal callers. Bridgewater has the talent and development edge on those guys, and should end up being a very sneaky QB2 with QB1 upside you can draft late to pair with a stud.


 Robert Griffin III, WAS (Bye: 8)
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Height: 6’2”   Weight: 223   DOB: 1990-02-12   Age: 25
College: Baylor   Draft: 2012 Round 1 (2) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012WAS15258 393 3,200 20 5 120 815 7 363.5 24.2
2013WAS13275 457 3,212 16 12 88 484 0 273.0 21.0
2014WAS9147 214 1,694 4 6 38 176 1 124.3 13.8
2015 (Projected)WAS 284 457 3,385 18 13 59 345 2 287.8  

 Carson Palmer, ARI (Bye: 9)
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Height: 6’5”   Weight: 235   DOB: 1979-12-27   Age: 35
College: -   Draft: 2003 Round 1 (1) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012OAK15345 565 4,018 22 14 18 36 1 298.5 19.9
2013ARI16362 572 4,274 24 22 27 3 0 310.0 19.4
2014ARI6141 224 1,626 11 3 8 25 0 127.8 21.3
2015 (Projected)ARI 338 546 3,930 22 13 9 17 0 286.2  

 Andy Dalton, CIN (Bye: 7)
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Height: 6’2”   Weight: 220   DOB: 1987-10-29   Age: 27
College: -   Draft: 2011 Round 2 (3) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012CIN16329 528 3,669 27 16 47 120 4 327.5 20.5
2013CIN16363 586 4,296 33 20 61 183 2 377.1 23.6
2014CIN16310 483 3,398 19 17 60 169 4 286.8 17.9
2015 (Projected)CIN 319 515 3,555 23 15 56 175 1 293.3  

 Alex Smith, KC (Bye: 9)
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Height: 6’4”   Weight: 217   DOB: 1984-05-07   Age: 31
College: Utah   Draft: 2005 Round 1 (1) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012SF10153 218 1,737 13 5 31 132 0 152.1 15.2
2013KC15308 509 3,313 23 8 75 432 1 306.9 20.5
2014KC15302 463 3,268 18 6 50 254 1 266.8 17.8
2015 (Projected)KC 300 476 3,427 20 10 61 289 1 286.3  

 Derek Carr, OAK (Bye: 6)
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Height: 6’2”   Weight: 214   DOB: 1991-03-28   Age: 24
College: Fresno State   Draft: 2014 Round 2 (4) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2014OAK16348 599 3,270 21 12 30 87 0 256.2 16.0
2015 (Projected)OAK 314 524 3,560 23 14 23 79 1 283.9  

Outlook: One of the true upside quarterbacks to target late in redraft leagues this season, Oaklandís Derek Carr also makes a strong case to be one of the more highly sought-after passers in dynasty leagues. Most rookies donít step right into fantasy success, but the surprisingly low number of bad performances that Carr had in 2014 bodes well for his chances going forward, especially now that the team has made serious strides to improve his weapons. Carr finished as the No. 20 fantasy quarterback last season despite playing for a 3-13 team with few quality targets in the passing game. He scored double-digit fantasy points in 11 of his 16 starts, including six games where he finished with 20 or more. With receivers Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree now rostered and expected to start immediately, Carr will need to develop chemistry with his new weapons, but should have an increased ceiling, especially later in the season.

Although he does not possess much in the way of running ability as he rushed for fewer than 100 yards on the season in 2015, Carr possesses a big, accurate arm when he has time to throw. Without any major improvements to the offensive line, Carr himself will need to get the ball out sooner if the Raiders hope to improve this season. Thankfully, Cooper and Crabtree are both high-quality, physical possession receivers who should give Carr big, reliable targets on short and intermediate throws. Targeting Carr as a QB2 late in drafts is a good option, especially for those lucky enough to land a reliable QB1. Donít expect huge numbers, but roughly 4,000 yards and high-20ís to low-30ís in touchdowns is not out of the question. That should make him a prime candidate to stream on bye weeks.


 Jameis Winston, TB (Bye: 6)
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Height: 6’4”   Weight: 231   DOB: 1994-01-06   Age: 21
College: Florida State   Draft: 2015 Round 1 (1) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2015 (Projected)TB 279 473 3,502 20 15 45 181 1 279.2  

Outlook: The Bucs took Florida Stateís Jameis Winston as the first overall pick in May, and heíll be expected to start from day one as the teamís franchise quarterback. With some questions surrounding his leadership abilities, Winston comes into his rookie year with plenty of media and fantasy attention. Tampa brought in Offensive Coordinator Dirk Koetter from Atlanta to mentor Winston. He will also be tasked with improving an offense that scored the fourth fewest points and allowed the third most sacks during the 2014 regular season. Fortunately for fantasy owners, the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner possesses the arm and arsenal to overcome last seasonís deficiencies. Winston isnít going to pad his fantasy production with a ton of running yardage but has the agility and strength to develop the same type of ďescapabilityĒ that Ben Roethlisberger possesses. A few scores on the ground and quality red zone targets wonít be enough to make Winston anything more than a low-end QB2 unless he can consistently move the chains to put points on the board.

Mike Glennon had six games to prove himself as a sophomore last season and the results were far too modest to convince the team he can be anything more than a backup quarterback. Most notably are his 15 interceptions in 19 career games played and a career completion percentage under 60 percent. He turns 26 in December and will back up a rookie quarterback who has had off-field issues in the past, so he could sneak into a spot start option at some point during the year.