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Preseason Fantasy Rankings: Quarterbacks 21-30

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My final round of preseason QB rankings.  There's more failure here than success, although there's bound to be a diamond in the rough somewhere.   Want to complain about who I left off?  Fire away!

 

Rank

Player

Team

Comments

21

Jake Delhomme

CAR

Teams spent all summer figuring out ways to stop DeAngelo Williams.  They'll at least slow him down, so Delhomme will have to throw the ball a little more often.

22

Sage Rosenfels/Brett Favre

MIN

Assuming Favre doesn't come back, Rosenfels has the chance to shine.  It won't be easy though so he's high risk, high reward.  If Favre does come back, he's still not a Top 20 fantasy QB.

23

Jason Campbell

WAS

This is probably the last year Campbell has to prove he's up to the job.  If his two second-year WRs don't step up, he's not worth even this ranking.

24

David Garrard

JAX

Torry Holt will help, but not enough.  This is going to be Maurice Jones-Drew's team.

25

Matt Stafford

DET

Actually has some weapons to work with and a solid RB in Kevin Smith.  He's likely to move up the rankings this summer.

26

Joe Flacco

BAL

Good enough to win games, but the Ravens just don't throw the ball enough for fantasy owners.

27

Kerry Collins

TEN

He won't throw any more than he needs to, which isn't much. It will be more than last year, though that doesn't say much.

28

Brady Quinn

CLE

He's the future of the Browns but he's not all that good right now. Two rookie WRs matched up with a "rookie" QB isn't the way to go.

29

Marc Bulger

STL

Torry Holt is gone and it's only a matter of time before Bulger is injured again.  In fact, he may have gotten injured while you were reading this sentence.

30

Mark Sanchez

NYJ

Has nobody to throw to and a powerful rushing game. And he's a rookie.   Guess how that's going to work out?