Top 10 Fantasy Quarterbacks

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10. Brock Osweiller, Houston Texans

Osweiller dropped into the perfect system for his talents. Coach O'Brian runs a vertical passing game that will perfectly accent Osweiller's skill set. Osweiller will rack up yards using this system as he launches the ball down field. This will also lead to big play touchdowns. Osweiller is going to be a big commodity in most leagues as everyone will expect him to excel after showing promise in his limited field time. He should be a solid pick in the 3rd or 4th rounds.

9. Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals

While Andy Dalton has been horrible in the playoffs in real life, he has the consistency to guide your team all the way through the championship. Dalton puts up very consistent numbers throughout the season. He will be able to get points on the ground and through the air. He has  weapons at running back and at wide receiver, which allows him to rack up numbers. He would be a solid pick up in the 3rd or 4th rounds.

8. Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals

Carson Palmer is only this low on the list because of his inability to stay healthy in recent years. But he should light the league on fire this year if he can stay on the field. He racks up yards with their elite passing game. He also is able to get a lot of touchdowns with the vertical passing attack. Palmer is a steal in the 2nd or 3rd round but you might be able to snag him in the 4th or 5th as he is one of the more overlooked quarterbacks.

7. Tom Brady, New England Patriots

Brady is gonna slide in most leagues due to missing the first four games. But when he gets back, he will most likely light the league on fire. Brady still has his weapons in Gronk and Edelman, and will have an improved offensive line with the addition of Jonathan Cooper at guard. He will most likely come back and still be in the top 5 in passing at the end of the season. Brady will come back in week 5 and be a solid, consistent passer that will rack up points each week. He will be a steal in the 5th or 6th seasons.

6. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys

Romo is the scapegoat of the Cowboys; but consistently puts up yards and gets a good amount of touchdowns. Romo should have another consistent year as he gets Dez Bryant back and will have a good running game to support him again. He will get solid yards every week and will have big plays off the play action. He will be a solid pick in the 3rd or 4th round round.

5. Phillip Rivers, San Diego Chargers

Rivers has consistently been one of the best quarterbacks in the league. He had his best season of his career the last time Ken Wisenhunt as his offensive coordinator. He is consistently racking up yards but does not always get a lot of touchdowns. His accuracy keeps him from throwing too many interceptions as well. He will have another great season this season as Wisenhunt fixes the running game. Rivers will be a steal in the 4th or 5th rounds.

4. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints

Brees has a revamped receiving core fresh with new receivers at his disposal. Brandon Cooks has the number one role alongside Michael Thomas. With those dynamic playmakers, Brees should have yet another great season. Brees should consistently pass for over 300 yards and 3 touchdowns this year. He is a definite 1st round pick.

3. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts

Many may say that Luck does not belong this high after a disappointing year last season. However, he comes back healthy and with a revamped offensive line. He has some solid tools and should be a consistent performer throughout the year. He also gets rushing yards to add some extra points each week. Luck is a solid 1st or 2nd round pick.

2. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers

Even with Martavis Bryant being gone and Bell being gone for the first 4 games, Big Ben should have another stellar year. He still has weapons behind Antonio Brown with  Sammie Coates and Markus Wheaton. He also has a new dynamic tight end in Ladarius Green. With these weapons Big Ben should be able to lead the league in passing. He is a definite 1st round pick.

1. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

Rodgers has all of his weapons back this season with Jordy Nelson back and Eddie Lacy back at a solid playing weight. He will be able to once again lead the fantasy leagues in points. He will be a consistent player that will put up solid yards and scoring every week. He will also add yards on the ground every week. He is a definite early 1st rounder.