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The community QB ranks are out, and there is little surprise that the top four include Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Carson Palmer and Tom Brady. From there, once can conclude that readers believe in Drew Brees ability to repeat his 2006 season because he is ranked ahead of the Bengal's Carson Palmer. I'd hesitate to select Brees over Palmer, but, then again, I'd likely shy away from the top of the ranks and settle for a player in the 8 to 17 range.

I am pleasantly surprised to see Titans QB Vince Young ranked in the Top 10 already. With an unsettled running back situation and no wide receivers to speak of, Young is clearly looked upon as a one-man wrecking crew. I like him and would gladly accept him in the later single digit rounds despite the obvious flaws at the skills position for the Titans.

Dolphins' QB Trent Green is ranked #25. That seems low, but maybe the voters, and Chiefs, know something I do not.

With RBs, #1 WRs and QBs in the books, look for Other WRs and TEs soon.
Rank Player Team Points
1 Peyton Manning IND 446
2 Drew Brees NO 435
3 Carson Palmer CIN 422
4 Tom Brady NE 421
5 Donovan McNabb PHI 379
6 Marc Bulger STL 370
7 Matt Hasselback SEA 348
8 Vince Young TEN 315
9 Matt Lienart AZ 314
10 Philip Rivers SD 307
11 Jon Kitna DET 275
12 Tony Romo DAL 273
13 Brett Favre GB 259
14 Jack Delhomme CAR 240
15 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 237
16 Eli Manning NYG 233
17 Michael Vick ATL 229
18 Chad Pennington NYJ 222
19 Alex Smith SF 208
20 Rex Grossman CHI 201
21 Jay Cutler DEN 198
22 Steve McNair BAL 166
23 JP Losman BUF 157
24 Jeff Garcia TB 153
25 Trent Green MIA 134
26 Byron Leftwich JAX 122
27 Damon Huard KC1 119
28 Matt Schaub HOU 105
29 Jason Campbell WAS 52
30 Charlie Frye CLE 50
31 JaMarcus Russell OAK 46
32 Tarvaris Jackson MIN 34
33 Josh McCown OAK1 28
34 Brody Coyle KC 17
35 Derek Anderson CLE1 4