By Derek Lofland.
These rankings are for seasonal or redraft leagues and will be updated frequently during the offseason.
1) Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers) – He does it all. He throws for 4,000 yards and 30 touchdown passes, plus rushes for 316 yards and five rushing touchdowns, while starting 32 consecutive games. He was the No. 1 scoring quarterback in fantasy football last year, and he is ready to peak, as he’s going to be only 27 years old in 2010.
2) Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints) – He led the league for a second consecutive year with 34 touchdowns and will be only 31 years old. The Saints should be a potent offense for at least another two or three seasons.
3) Philip Rivers (San Diego Chargers) – The only problem with him is that he usually starts slow for the first month and picks up steam later in the year. Another player that is good for 4,000 yards passing and 30 touchdown throws.
4) Peyton Manning (Indianapolis Colts) – The only reason I rank him fourth is that the other QBs ahead of him are a little younger. Manning turns 34 years old next year, which makes him a little kid compared to Arizona Cardinals QB Kurt Warner and Minnesota Vikings QB Brett Favre, but it is something you have to think about going forward...