Now that every team has played at least four games in the 2012 NFL season, we know a lot more about fantasy quarterbacks than we knew in early August.
As the season matures, quarterbacks who are consistently highly productive from a statistical standpoint are likely major contributors to winning fantasy teams.
Guys who have been less consistent or less productive are not going to be looked upon quite as favorably as fantasy producers in the future.
Lastly, players who have failed consistently to carry fantasy teams to success will earn just that—a failing grade in my fantasy quarterback report cards.
I’m grading on a curve and disregarding matchups. It’s all about the fantasy production relative to the competition so far.
And someone is going to fail.
ESPN.com reports that a stat correction has taken place involving the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ben Roethlisberger was credited with a 13-yard touchdown pass to Rashard Mendenhall. These rankings reflect that correction.