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Overall Player Ranking in fantasy football is one of the most important tools a fantasy football owner can have at his/her disposal in preparation for the fantasy football draft.  Players at each position are ranked in order of  their perceived value for the upcoming season.  There are a variety of factors that weigh into how each player is placed on the list.  Coaching changes, offensive and defensive philosophies, player personnel changes, injuries ... each of these areas will greatly affect a player's perceived value for the upcoming season and should be factored into the development of an overall player ranking philosophy.  At Fantasy Football Manifesto we consider  these factors in our prediction of offensive out put for the upcoming fantasy football season.   Click on the links at the left to see how we've ranked the top fifteen players for the categories of Quarterback, Running back, Wide receiver, Tight end, Team defense and Kicker.

2013 Top 15 Quarterback
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         1. Rodgers, Aaron - Green Bay Packers
         2. Brady, Tom - New England Patriots 
         3. Brees, Drew - New Orleans Saints 
         4. Stafford, Matt - Detroit Lions
         5. Newton, Cam - Carolina Panthers
         6. Michael Vick - Philadelphia Eagles
         7. Romo, Tony - Dallas Cowboys
         8. Rivers, Philip - San Diego Chargers 
         9. Manning, Eli - New York Giants 
        10. Schaub, Matt - Houston Texans
        11. Ryan, Matt - Atlanta Falcons
        12. Roethlisberger, Ben - Pittsburgh Steelers 
        13. Manning, Peyton -Indianapolis Colts 
        14. Griffin III, Robert - Washington Redskins
        15. Fitzpatrick, Ryan - Buffalo Bills 

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The Quarterback position in fantasy football is one where you can gain a lot of ground on the competition if you are fortunate enough to snag one of the top five fantasy football quarterbacks and bolster your lineup with solid talent.   If you are a savvy draftnik, you might overlook the gaudy numbers of Drew Brees or the perrenial touchdown machine that is Aaron Rodgers and let someone else grab them while you take a premiere running back in the first round of the your fantasy football draft.  The right move might then be to target a value pick in the second or third round by taking one of the other premiere passers.  However, snagging a top tier quarterback to anchor your team's offensive output is an excellent foundation for fantasy football GOLD.  If you can find a way to surround him with a stud fantasy back and some high quality receivers you have the makings of a championship squad.   My strategy tends to be to grab a top back in the first round and then follow with a stud QB in the second, because once you solidify your quarterback position early in the draft you can concentrate on other areas of need and attend to your selection of a backup quarterback much later in the draft.  In leagues that allow quarterbacks to register seven points for touchdowns instead of four, this strategy becomes even more significant as you now have the potential to leave your competition in the dust when they start Ryan Fitzpatrick, or Josh Freeman against the Philip Rivers or Tony Romo you selected in the second round.  As you look to draft your quarterback, pay close attention to the league scoring system.  Scoring systems that award four points for touchdowns or negative points for interceptions and fumbles should cause you to reevaluate your draft board.  The running back-running back philosophy previously employed by fantasy football owners used to work five years ago, but this is a new NFL.  The Quarterback position is experiencing a rebirth whereas running back by committee and watered down talent have hurt the significance of the running back position in the NFL.

2011 Quarterback Position Assessment

Fantasy Stud - Aaron Rodgers
With 356 yards rushing and four rushing TD‘s last season, Rodgers’ ability to make plays and more importantly score fantasy points with his legs along with his development as an elite passer in 2010 helped propel him into the fantasy stud stratosphere. Rodgers threw for almost 4000 yards and 28 touchdown and we see no reason for him to slow down. Rodgers is in full command of the west coast offense under Mike McCarthy, and that Green Bay offense is stacked with weapons including the return of a very anxious Jermichael Findley at the tight end position who missed all of 2010 due to injury.  If Green Bay can improve on what was a mediocre running game in 2010, they could find themselves deep in the playoffs again for 2011.

Fantasy Dud - Chad Henne
If last year's performance under center in Miami wasn't enough to motivate the former Michigan product, trade rumors for Broncos QB Kyle Orton and the signing of Matt Moore should let Chad Henne know he's on the hot seat.  Henne has never had the confidence of the Dolphins coaching staff.  They actually developed the Wildcat attack to limit Henne's touches under center and give defenses a different look.  Things don't look much better for the Dolphins passing attack.  Brandon Marshall has been ordinary and the newly refocused ground game under rookie Daniel Thomas and Reggie Bush will be the featured attack.   

Fantasy Sleeper - Colt McCoy
The undersized third round pick of the Cleveland Browns showed a lot of heart and leadership in 2010 with impressive wins over the defending champion New Orleans Saints and the New England Patriots.  In addtion, he almost pulled off an upset win over the New York Jets, losing in overtime to Gang Green.  McCoy may be undersized and underrated, but he can make all the throws and will continue to grow under Mike Holgren's west coast offensive philosophy.


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