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1Andrew Luck26IND1121.3Had a breakout year as the #1 scoring QB in most formats in 2014. Rough 2015 season but still the #1 dynasty QB due to age which is the tie-breaker between he and Rodgers.
2Aaron Rodgers32GBP2211.7Just R-E-L-A-X he was great in '14 and will continue much of the same moving forward for the next 5-7 years. Missing Jordy this season and its affecting his big play ability
3Cam Newton26CAR3333.0Continues to put up QB1 numbers despite little to work with on offense. He needs 1 more receiving threat and he could finally show his true upside. Loss of KB will hurt in 2015.
4Ben Roethlisberger33PIT6444.7Ben missed a good chunk of the 2015 season so far, but the Stellers are loaded with talent and he should remain among the elite QBs for several more years
5Russell Wilson27SEA4554.7Wilson continues to show us what a class act he is on and off the field. A true leader and warrior, losing his shiny new toy Jimmy Graham hasn't slowed him a bit.
6Matt Ryan30ATL5665.7Trending the wrong way. Ryan's numbers would be even better with a few more possessions each game. Breakout of Devonta Freeman has affected his passing TD numbers early in 2015 and he has WAY more INTs than normal.
7Tom Brady38NEP7877.3Playing like he is on a mission right now, absolutely tearing up teams with short passing game. Should have 1-2 quality years left
8Matthew Stafford27DET9798.3Stafford is having a rough time in 2015. OLine is wretched, OC and OL coach fired in week 8. Still has talent all around him and elite throwing arm - better days ahead
9Drew Brees36NOS1012810.0Even though Brees finished as the #6 overall QB in '14 he was considered a bit disappointing, the 36 year old still has another 2-3 seasons solid seasons left in the tank. Dealing with shoulder injury and wr talent is underperforming
10Philip Rivers34SDC1591111.7Thowing the ball 50+ times most weeks in 2015, solid starting QB with lots of talent surrounding him. Should have sevral more quality years left
11Andy Dalton28CIN8102012.7In 2015 Hue Jackson's offense looks like the polar opposite of 2014. Dalton is throwing the ball more than ever and is looking great doing so.
12Marcus Mariota (R)22TEN11151413.33Started off the 2015 season with 4 TD game, but has since played like a rookie while flashing that talent, coaching staff is not using their talent properly and may need a coaching change to reach his full potential
13Tony Romo35DAL12131613.7Romo suffered a broken clavicle and was placed on short term IR before re-injuring the shoulder and going on true IR. He still has some talented WRs to work with and should be a low end QB 1 for 2-3 years
14Derek Carr24OAK13161213.7The additions of Crabtree and Cooper have immediately improved Carr's production. Playing very well throughout the season, looks like future top 10 QB
15Ryan Tannehill27MIA16111714.7-3Tanny had a solid year finishing as the 12th best QB. Showing big time improvement with his deep balls and excelling in second year of Bill Lazor's offense. Firing of coach Philbin was a huge plus
16Jameis Winston (R)22TBB14171515.3He has a loaded and youthful offense but needs to learn to take fewer chances with the ball. Should develop into a top 10 QB long term
17Carson Palmer36ARI17211016.0Palmer is playing at a very high level and is a potential MVP candidate. Fitz is playing like he found the fountain of youth, Brown is breaking out and Floyd is playing like people expected last year.
18Teddy Bridgewater23MN18141816.7Horrible pass blocking has Teddy limited so far. His poise is amazing as is his pocket presence but the team is relying heavily on the run to start the year. Break out of Stefon Diggs is helping the passing game
19Eli Manning35NYG21241319.3Surprisingly finished with a pretty solid year in 2014 with a new OC but he has regressed and is not seeing the field very well. It is impossible to trust him in your starting line up right now
20Tyrod Taylor26BUF19182219.7Taylor took Buffalo by storm this summer and has taken the QB job for good. Very well could be the breakout player of 2015 if he stays healthy.
21Blake Bortles24HOU20192421.0Bortles had a a rough rookie year to be kind, but he has looked greatly improved. Surrounded by young talent Bortles may be the franchise QB the Jags have been looking for.
22Joe Flacco30BAL25231922.3An average QB2 who you can depend on for a bye week or injury fill-in. May see an uptick in passing with new OC Marc Trestman calling the plays.
23Sam Bradford28PHI26262124.3The entire Eagle offense looks out of sync and Bradford is not showing good pocket presence or field awareness. The team is under performing and if Bradford does not shake off the rust of a 2 year absence he could be benched
24Jay Cutler32CHI24252524.7Cutler is who we thought he was. Phenomenal cosmic weapons... zero consistency. Time to recognize him for what he is. Average at best.
25Colin Kaepernick28SFO22292625.7Same old Kaepernick. He's a talented QB but is extremely inconsistent and hopeful owners are starting to realize it. Worked with Kurt Warner in offseason but does not look like it helped at all!
26Peyton Manning39DEN23372327.7Plan for 2015 to be his last and Osweiler may even finish that out. He'd be ranked lower if the NFL had more QB talent.
27Alex Smith31KCC32272728.7Game Manager, at best, back QB is fantasy criling. Surrounding talent has been greatly improved, but he still struggles to throw the ball down field.
28Nick Foles26STL28302828.7Foles looked to be the man in St Louis. Signed 3 year deal but his poor play has made the team question him earlier than expected. Gurley is this offense.
29Jimmy Garoppolo24NEP29313130.3Jimmy may get his chance to shine in 2 or 3 years if he is still with the team.
30Kirk Cousins27WAS27224330.7Started the year as the Redskins QB and has played well despite the loss of DeSean Jackson for a good part of the year. As he continues to improve he should stick as the team's franchise QB
31Brock Osweiler25DEN45203031.7He's the heir apparent to Manning and should have significant value. From what we've seen of his play thus far I'm pretty confident that statement is true.
32Johnny Manziel23CLE30323632.7Johnny Football didn't have the breakout rookie campaign many expected and is spent the early part of the offseason in rehab. Could still get a chance to start at some point this year but I would bet on another rehab stay before a break out
33Robert Griffin III25WAS35352933.05RG3's elite upside is a distant memory. At this point he will need a fresh start with another team, he is done in Washington
34Zach Mettenberger24TEN36333233.7Tough break for Mett with the drafting of Mariota. Mettenberger has all the chops to develop into a starting QB. His road just got more difficult to navigate.
35Ryan Fitzpatrick33NYJ33284234.3Old Bearded One is playing very well right now and he has made the Jets coaching staff forget about Geno" the mouth" Smith
36Mark Sanchez29PHI31343834.3-4Filled in most of the year for Foles in 2014 and was pretty good. He did prove that he will never be a stud fantasy football QB for any team, if you can't do it with the Eagles you just can't do it at all.
37Brian Hoyer30HOU37363335.3Hoyer is a game manager who throws interceptions. We don't have a huge sample size but I think his upside is limited.
38Geno Smith25NYJ34383535.7Maybe he hasn't been used correctly, maybe he's just bad. Regardless it's not looking like Geno will hold any real dynasty value in his career especially this year as he mends his broken jaw.
39Ryan Mallet27HOU40453439.7Was released by the Texans after he missed a team flight and was not supportive of Hoyer afyer he was benched. He may never start in the NFL again
40Bryce Petty (R)24NYJ42394040.3Petty has some developing to do, but his road to starting in NY is far from a bumpy one.
41Josh McCown36CLE38414441.0McCown has played fairly well thanks to the break out of WR Travis Benjamin and TE Gary Barnidge. Injuries are still a concern as is his lack of talent
42Mike Glennon26TBB44433741.3-3Glennon (like Mettenberger) saw their team's draft new franchise QBs and will need an injury or trade to further develop.
43Garrett Grayson (R)24NOS39424542.0Grayson finds himself a perfect landing spot. Brees faded last year and it's possible that Garrett could see action sooner than later. He is a Drew Brees clone and is a solid dynasty stash.
44Brett Hundley22GBP41473942.3I don't like this for Hundley at all. Rodgers is 5-7 years away from getting out of Hundley's way. He will be long gone and struggling to learn a completely new offense by the time he is relevant. Pass.
45E.J. Manuel25BUF57444147.3Lost the starting job to Taylor and is nothing but a back up QB at this point
46Michael Vick35NYJ50484648.0Signed to back up big Ben in Pittsburgh but of course he was injured and was eventually replaced by Landry Jones who looked much better. RIP Vick
47Case Keenum27STL48405848.7
48Tom Savage25HOU43505449.0
49Matt Cassel33BUF464651.0Traded to Dallas as an emergency back up to Brandon Weeden while Romo recovers from a broken clavicle
50Chad Henne30JAX51495351.0
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