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 Derek Anderson, CAR (Bye: 5)
46
Height: 6’6”   Weight: 235   DOB: 1983-06-15   Age: 32
College: Oregon State   Draft: 2005 Round 6 (39) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012CAR24 4 58 0 0 0 0 0 2.9 1.5
2013CAR30 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014CAR565 97 701 5 0 8 24 0 57.5 11.5
2015 (Projected)CAR 33 54 381 2 1 2 4 0 27.5  

 Blake Bortles, JAC (Bye: 8)
28
Height: 6’5”   Weight: 232   DOB: 1991-12-16   Age: 23
College: Central Florida   Draft: 2014 Round 1 (3) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2014JAC14280 475 2,907 11 17 56 419 0 231.3 16.5
2015 (Projected)JAC 284 481 3,226 14 14 66 385 1 261.8  

Outlook: Blake Bortles heads into the 2015 season as the undisputed starting quarterback but he will have to show more to convince fantasy owners he can guide them to a championship. The first quarterback selected in the 2014 draft surpassed a modest 250 yards passing in only three of his fourteen games played. His success will be determined by his ability to stay in the pocket and become a better pure passer first and a scrambler only when the play breaks down. The team continued to improve the personnel around Bortles in the off-season adding running back T.J. Yeldon through the draft and former Broncos tight end Julius Thomas in free agency. The continued development of a young receiving corps and backfield under new OC Greg Olsen will need to grow with Bortles for this offense to sustain any kind of worthwhile fantasy production in 2015.

Veteran Chad Henne remains with Jacksonville as the backup quarterback. With the team already expected to lean more heavily on the ground game, Henne would not be a viable option if asked to fill in for Bortles at any point of the season.


 Sam Bradford, PHI (Bye: 8)
26
Height: 6’4”   Weight: 224   DOB: 1987-11-08   Age: 27
College: Oklahoma   Draft: 2010 Round 1 (1) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012STL16328 551 3,702 21 13 37 127 1 287.8 18.0
2013STL7159 262 1,687 14 4 15 31 0 143.5 20.5
2015 (Projected)PHI 268 425 3,146 18 12 27 88 1 244.1  

 Tom Brady, NE (Bye: 4)
12
Height: 6’4”   Weight: 225   DOB: 1977-08-03   Age: 37
College: Michigan   Draft: 2000 Round 6 (33) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012NE16401 637 4,827 34 8 23 32 4 404.6 25.3
2013NE16380 628 4,343 25 11 33 18 0 319.0 19.9
2014NE16374 583 4,109 33 9 36 57 0 343.2 21.4
2015 (Projected)NE 302 479 3,401 24 9 15 26 0 268.7  

 Drew Brees, NO (Bye: 11)
10
Height: 6’0”   Weight: 209   DOB: 1979-01-15   Age: 36
College: Purdue   Draft: 2001 Round 2 (1) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012NO16422 670 5,177 43 19 15 5 1 437.4 27.3
2013NO16446 650 5,162 39 12 34 54 3 437.5 27.3
2014NO16456 659 4,952 33 17 27 68 1 392.4 24.5
2015 (Projected)NO 388 579 4,226 28 14 19 40 1 333.3  

 Teddy Bridgewater, MIN (Bye: 5)
18
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 21 13 91 245 1 290.0  

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.


 Derek Carr, OAK (Bye: 6)
23
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.


 Matt Cassel, BUF (Bye: 8)
36
Height: 6’4”   Weight: 230   DOB: 1982-05-17   Age: 33
College: -   Draft: 2005 Round 7 (16) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012KC9161 277 1,796 6 12 27 145 1 134.3 14.9
2013MIN9153 254 1,807 11 9 18 57 1 146.1 16.2
2014MIN341 71 425 3 4 7 19 0 35.2 11.7
2015 (Projected)BUF 140 241 1,665 7 6 27 84 0 119.7  

 Jimmy Clausen, CHI (Bye: 7)
53
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 222   DOB: 1987-09-21   Age: 27
College: Notre Dame   Draft: 2010 Round 2 (16) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2014CHI426 48 223 2 1 3 9 0 20.1 5.0
2015 (Projected)CHI 12 21 145 1 0 0 1 0 11.4  

 Kellen Clemens, SD (Bye: 10)
61
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 220   DOB: 1983-06-07   Age: 32
College: Oregon   Draft: 2006 Round 2 (17) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012STL21 3 39 0 1 2 5 0 2.5 1.2
2013STL10142 242 1,673 8 7 23 64 0 122.1 12.2
2014SD11 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 0.5 0.5
2015 (Projected)SD 4 7 45 0 0 0 0 0 2.3  

 Kirk Cousins, WAS (Bye: 8)
41
Height: 6’3”   Weight: 214   DOB: 1988-08-19   Age: 26
College: Michigan State   Draft: 2012 Round 4 (7) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2012WAS333 48 466 4 3 3 22 0 41.5 13.8
2013WAS581 155 854 4 7 4 14 0 60.1 12.0
2014WAS6126 204 1,710 10 9 7 20 0 127.5 21.3
2015 (Projected)WAS 56 91 665 4 4 3 9 0 50.2  

 Jay Cutler, CHI (Bye: 7)
16
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