2007 Quarterback Rankings
|Has played at a consistent high level for the last three years and is young enough to do it for another three years.
|In good situations and have performed when given the chance. Minor injury or inexperience concerns.
|Last of the QBs that you can start in 2007. Have been consistent enough, but have cloudy futures or are older. Recommend backing up with a tier 4-5 QB of the future.
|All these QBs have the potential to join the top Group, but if they do, it probably won't be until next year. Could give you decent production this year, but you probably don't want to depend on them to be your starter. The high upside group.
|These guys could be good in 2008 or 2009.
|You could spot start these guys with tier 3 guys if you had to.
|Inexperienced veterans, or have gotten a chance and have underperformed. Maybe as a bye replacement only.
|You probably don't want a KC or Miami QB. Maybe Croyle or Beck in '09 or 2010.
|Backups in the NFL that are worth watching for the 2010, possibly the 2009 season. This is the lowest you should be considering.
|These are guys that could fill-in in a desperate situation if the QB in front of them goes down.
|You wouldn't want to start any of these guys even if you had to, in fantasy or real football.
Van Pelt, Bradlee
St. Pierre, Brian
|Longshots to even play at all this year. Even if they're starting you don't want to start them.