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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Quarterbacks - Week 6
Tim Van Prooyen
October 13, 2010
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Peyton Manning IND 7
  2 Aaron Rodgers GBP 10
  3 Drew Brees NOS 10
  4 Tom Brady NEP 5
  5 Philip Rivers SDC 10
  6 Kyle Orton DEN 9
  7 Jay Cutler CHI 8
  8 Matt Schaub HOU 7
  9 Tony Romo DAL 4
  10 Matt Ryan ATL 8
  11 Eli Manning NYG 8
  12 Carson Palmer CIN 6
  13 Donovan McNabb WAS 9
  14 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 5
Moving Up 15 Brett Favre MIN 4
  16 Joe Flacco BAL 8
  17 Michael Vick PHI 8
  18 Josh Freeman TBB 4
  19 Matt Hasselbeck SEA 5
  20 Chad Henne MIA 5
  21 Mark Sanchez NYJ 7
  22 Matthew Stafford DET 7
  23 Vince Young TEN 9
  24 Sam Bradford STL 9
  25 Kevin Kolb PHI 8
  26 Jason Campbell OAK 10
Moving Down 27 Alex Smith SFO 9
Moving Up 28 Ryan Fitzpatrick BUF 6
Moving Down 29 Matt Cassel KCC 4
  30 Max Hall ARI 6
  31 Jake Delhomme CLE 8
  32 David Garrard JAC 9
  33 Shaun Hill DET 7
  34 Bruce Gradkowski OAK 10
  35 Jimmy Clausen CAR 6

Brett Favre, VikingsMoving Up
Favre was struggling this season with only one trusted target in his TE, but the trade for Randy Moss changed that.  It took a while in their first game together, but the addition makes Favre, Moss and Harvin all better!

Alex Smith, 49ersMoving Down
Smith has been extremely disappointing this season and now is on a very short leash to say the least.  It is likely he’ll at least start missing some time if not be replaced completely over the coming weeks.  If you have him on your roster you should start looking at other options.

Ryan Fitzpatrick, Bills Moving Up
In three games Fitzpatrick has done something that Tony Romo, Carson Palmer and Matt Schaub have tone in four or five games – thrown seven touchdowns.  The yardage isn’t there, he’s averaging just about 200 yards a game, but he’s only thrown two INTs to go with those seven touchdowns.  With a number of other better known quarterbacks struggling, Fitzpatrick offers enough upside to make worthy of spot starting.

Matt Cassel, ChiefsMoving Down
Cassel has been downright bad.  With the exception of one good game in week three he’s been simply terrible, with only one touchdown pass in those other three games.  The Chiefs are doing their damage on defense and in the running game, the passing game is an afterthought.

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