Quarterback Rankings Week 10
Welcome to the week ten quarterback rankings. We'll have all the rankings posted by tomorrow night with wide receivers most likely going up late tonight with backs and tight ends to follow tomorrow. Week ten is a tough week for those who have been riding high all year with the studs. Three of the stone-cold studs are out this week and so is Jason Campbell. No offense, Jason. Like I mentioned last night, we will come out with a trade deadline article next week after we put up our weekly waiver wire. For those of you who play in leagues with no deadline, it will still be useful material. For those who need immediate help, please feel free to use the Trade Questions Thread and we'll get back to you as quickly as possible and usually the same day.
Here are this week's bye losses.
- Philip Rivers
- Aaron Rodgers
- Jason Campbell
- Drew Brees
Yeah, some folks are gonna feel that for sure.
He’s still got enough weapons to be the man.
Perhaps a measure of revenge for Vick and the Eagles and should certainly be a nice fantasy day.
This should be a nice week for Schaub. The Jags have no pass rush at this point.
Steve Smith’s absence pegs him down a few, but still looking good.
A solid matchup and he’s always been a Bear killer. He’s throwing the ball well. Check Percy Harvin’s staus and consider other options if Harvin is a no go.
He’s got most of his weapons, so he’s s solid play in a tough week for QBs.
His OL is an issue, but Big Ben sheds tackles like a back, so he’ll get something done.
His fantasy upside left with Moss, but he’s still solid and he’ll need to throw this week.
His fantasy numbers are way better than his actual play, but he’s a startable guy this week.
Not a bad matchup at all and he’s been playing pretty well.
He’s got the weapons and it’s a great matchup. The only worry is his injury but he’s practiced in full.
Minny is having trouble rushing the passer, so Cutler should be viable this week.
Check status but he should have enough options to do well and Moss will open up more foot point opportunities by dragging safeties downfield.
Not a bad play with his developing weapons and his rushing production.
He’s lost Parrish for the year, but he’s still got solid weapons and he’s playing well. Hosting Detroit is not a tough matchup, so he’s worth a shot if you need a guy.
Sanchez is posting mostly decent fantasy numbers and he’ll probably be ok this week if you need somebody.
He might bounce back. You could do worse.
Seattle is nothing special when they travel. Anderson has equal parts upside and downside. Worth a flier if you need a guy.
He’s not mobile enough or young enough to deal with the Giants. If you own a Cowboys receiver, just hope Kitna gets out alive.
Tough matchup for Cassel.
Hard to trust coming off of an injury.
Only if you are hurting, but you could do worse.
Chad’s not terribly mobile and the Titans will get after him. He’ll need to be on top of his game.
Not a great option.
Yikes. Tough matchup for the kid. Avoid.
We still love him, but he’s in a tough spot. Avoid.
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