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By Sammy Crano, Fantasy Football Writer

It’s time to for us to break it down, position by position. Why not start with the quarterbacks? They do have the ball in their hands more then anyone else on the field. Maybe that’s why we are starting to see the QBs creep up in the overall rankings, while running backs are sliding. This year, the QB class is top-heavy, with 7-8 can’t miss guys, followed by a lot of question marks.

Tier 1 – Set ‘em and forget ‘em

Unlike another famous A-Rod, this guy will justify his high draft position.

1. Aaron Rodgers, GB – Last year’s point leader for QBs should be solid once again. Rodgers showed true grit last year playing with an O-Line that did not protect him very well. The Pack has made improvements up front, which should allow Rodgers to connect on more deep throws.

2. Drew Brees, NO – He’s money, but the bulls-eye is pinned on the “Who Dats,” now tasked with defending their Super Bowl title. Still, Brees plays in a great offense with multiple weapons.

3. Peyton Manning, IND – The reigning MVP comes back with a vengeance, motivated by the loss in the Super Bowl. In addition to Dallas Clark, Reggie Wayne, Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie, Peyton welcomes a healthy Anthony Gonzales back into the fold. A third MVP in row is quite possible.

4. Tom Brady, NE – The cast is getting older, but Tom Terrific should still be just that. With an improved Laurence Maroney running the ball, defenses won’t be able to key on Brady as much. Julian Edelman will fill in nicely at the slot until Wes Welker returns to form.

5. Matt Schaub, HOU
– Only issue is health. Last year he proved he’s a top 5 QB when healthy and showed some toughness, fighting through ankle injuries. He has the league’s best WR in Andre Johnson to throw to as well as a nice receiving corps.

Tier 2 – Solid options

6. Tony Romo, DAL – So talent surrounds Romo, and it’s not like he hasn’t produced in the past. Now that he has a playoff win under his belt, Romo truly believes this is now his offense. Should translate to a very solid year.

7. Phillip Rivers, SD – Rivers is just out of tier 1 due to concerns about his supporting cast. LT is gone and a rookie will be touting the rock in Ryan Mathews, although he could be an upgrade. Vincent Jackson’s suspension hurts as Rivers loses his #1 WR for at least a few of games. Who will step up at WR and will Antonio Gates be healthy? A lot of question marks to consider when drafting Rivers.

8. Jay Cutler, CHI – Could be huge in Mike Martz’s system. Needs to cut down on trying to force balls into tight spaces, which results in a high number of picks. If you’re in a league in which turnovers cost you points, you’ll want to keep that in mind when drafting Cutler.

9. Joe Flacco, BAL
– Predicting big things for the third-year starter with Anquan Boldin in the mix. I’m not afraid to go out on a limb and predict Flacco could be a top 5 QB by the end of the year. He’s a steal if you can get him in the middle to late rounds of your drafts.

We reckon the Ol’ Gunslinger won’t be hangin’ ‘em up just yet.

8. Brett Favre, MIN – There’s no denying he had the best year of his career last season. However, I don’t expect him to match that output again and I question if he can stay healthy for the entire year. Favre is the ultimate gamer but he is getting up there in age. Based on how high he’ll be drafted, I’m hearing BUST sirens go off. Just saying.

Tier 3 – Fringe starters

11. Kevin Kolb, PHI – Kolb showed signs of greatness last year when he stepped in for an injured Donovan McNabb. He has the skills to produce and the weapons around him, but he is a first year starter.

12. Eli Manning, NYG – All of sudden, Eli has a very nice WR unit to spread the ball around to. A healthy Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw will help lead a balanced offense that should give Manning plenty of time to work his magic.

13. Chad Henne, MIA – I’ve got SLEEPER written all over this guy, due to the addition of Brandon Marshall. This allows Davone Bess to move to the slot, where he should thrive. Along with a solid running game, it could be a big year in Miami.

14. Donovan McNabb, WAS – Will be out to prove he’s still got it and he should have some extra motivation against his former team, the Eagles. However, I’m not sold on his WR corps or his O-Line. But Mike Shanahan teams always seem to he run the ball well, which should help.

15. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT – Big Ben’s legal issues are starting to get old and his value has really taken a hit due to the 4-game suspension passed down by the Commish. However, Big Ben might be a bargain if you can get him in the later rounds of your draft.

16. Matt Ryan, ATL – “Matty Ice” bounces back with a solid season. A healthy Michael “The Burner” Turner will take some of the pressure off. Having Roddy White lined up at wide receiver won’t hurt either.

17. Matthew Stafford, DET – Stafford has a gun for an arm and good targets to throw to with the additions of Nate Burleson and Jahvid Best. Let’s not forget about Calvin Johnson, who will have opponents in fear Megatron just like the Autobots.

Tier 4 – Better as a back-up

18. Carson Palmer, CIN – Is his arm ever going to be 100%? That’s the big question. Palmer has a solid running game, and Chad Ochocinco and Antonio Bryant will keep it interesting. I’m just not sold that his elbow is fully healed.

19. Matt Cassel, KCDwayne Bowe is legit when his head is right and Dexter McCluster will be a solid addition. The Chiefs may surprise this year but I still value Cassel as a bye week replacement.

20. Alex Smith, SF – The 49ers addressed their shaky offensive line with two first-round picks. Smith is playing in the same system and for the same offensive coordinator for the first time in his career. Plus, Vernon Davis, Michael Crabtree and Josh Morgan provide nice targets to throw to. Smith would be a great backup to have with potential to outplay your starter if the matchup is right.

Tier 5 – Bye-week replacements

21. Vince Young, TEN – He gets it done in a variety of ways and showed value towards the end of last year. Makes for a solid #2 QB for your roster.

22. Kyle Orton, DEN – The loss of Brandon Marshall will take a toll. Plus All-Pro left tackle Ryan Clady is coming off of knee surgery and may not be ready for the start of the season. My guess is Orton loses the starting job by midseason.

23. Matt Moore, CAR – Stable QB who does enough to get the job done. Bye week replacement at best.

24. David Garrard, JAX – Seems like every other year Garrard is a top 10 QB. He finds a way to get it done, but this is MJD’s team. Garrard has value as a #2 QB to put in your lineup, should you haven an injury or a starter with a bye.

25. Matt Hasselbeck, SEA –Health is always a question mark for Hasselbeck. Will the back hold up? I wouldn’t be willing to take the chance. Plus, he’s in a new system and the Seahawks traded for Charlie Whitehurst. The writing is on the wall.

26. Jason Campbell, OAK – it’s the Raiders. Let’s get that right out there. However, he should be an upgrade and I do like Chaz Schillens to emerge as his go to guy.

27. Mark Sanchez, NYJ – “The Sanchize” has a great O-Line, solid group of WRs and a pounder at RB. He will flash some skills this year, but “Not-So-Sexy Rexy” likes to the run the ball first and second, and throw third. Sanchez is still a year or so away from being a fantasy starter.

28. Derek Anderson, ARI – So much for the Matt Leinart Experiment. Anderson takes over and will try to shake off his shaky accuracy. He’s got talented receivers, but he’s anything but a sure thing.

29. Jake Delhomme, CLE – Really Cleveland? I don’t expect much here. Josh Cribbs should get plenty of play in the Wildcat formation. Draft Delhomme at your own risk…of getting laughed at by your leaguemates.

30. Josh Freeman, TB – This guy is a year or so away. Young WRs will take some time to develop.

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