This weekend is a busy one for fantasy football players across the country as the meaningful preseason wraps up and everyone tries to get their rosters tweaked and ready for opening week. Whether you’re still in the midst of draft prep or trying to adjust the team you already have, good QB rankings are essential to getting your roster all set.
Yesterday, I posted my QB cheat sheet where you can find my top 30 QB’s all listed in one place with their bye weeks. If you’re just looking for a page to bring to the draft for all your QB Rankings, I suggest that one since everything is condensed and in one place.
In this post, I’ll go into more detail on each QB, why I have them ranked where I do, and how they’ve looked so far this preseason. While reading too much into the preseason is always a dangerous thing, it can also indicate QB’s that are struggling to learn new systems, get in sync with new receivers, or trying to nail down their timing. Preseason performance is just one thing to consider when making out your QB rankings headed into the season.
Another thing I can’t stress enough is understanding your league’s scoring especially when it comes to QB’s. How your league scores passing TD’s compared to rushing TD’s and how many QB’s your league starts each week dictate the importance of the position and the specific value of the QB’s that give you rushing yards and scores.
To help those in deeper or dual QB leagues, I went 30 quarterbacks deep even though many leagues won’t have that many owned on a regular basis. Check out my the top 30 options under center the next few slides in my top 30 QB Rankings.