The most important week of the NFL Preseason is the week 3 “dress rehearsals” which will be taking place throughout this weekend. For fantasy football owners, it’s also a huge draft weekend with most leagues scheduling draft night for sometime in the next 7-10 days. One cheat sheet every owner will want to have at the draft is a full set of QB Rankings.
While quarterbacks typically aren’t the most important fantasy players (that distinction belongs to RB’s), getting the right quarterback can be the difference between landing a breakout or record breaking option and struggling through a season of cheering for Joe Flacco or Eli Manning.
One thing to make sure you do pre-draft is to double-check your league scoring guidelines to see how important of a position QB is in your particular league. You also want to make sure you understand whether you’re league is a standard single quarterback league or the increasingly popular dual-QB league where two starters at QB will be needed each week.
My full breakdown with analysis off all 30 of these signal callers is now available here. In this post, you can find a one-stop listing of my top 30 QB Rankings. Each player is listed with their team and bye week to help you avoid drafting a backup with the same open date as your starter:
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