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Vote: 2008 Regular Season Fantasy Football QB Of The Year

With most leagues closing out the fantasy football regular season after week 14, it's time vote for your 2008 Fantasy football regular season movers and shakers.  I will post the results for the Fantasy MVP, Fantasy Rookie of the Year, and 2008 All-Fantasy team on Saturday Dec. 13th, 2008.

The Finalists:

Drew Brees, QB (Saints):
  Despite the mediocrity of the New Orleans Saints record to date, Drew Brees has been a fantasy monster this season.  He has been chasing Dan Marino's single season passing yards record since week one and has posted very impressive fantasy numbers along the way.

CBSSports.com fantasy stat line:
1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9     10    11    12    13    14   AVG.  Total

29  10    22   30   13   30     7   31   bye   24   13     36    17    21  21.8    283
 
Kurt Warner (Cardinals):   In a year where Kurt Warner(37), Kerry Collins(36) and Brett Favre(39),  all landing starting jobs with their respective teams, 2008 might remembered as the year of the "old man quarterback".  Kurt Warner has been the most effective fantasy option of the bunch all season long.  Warner is putting up better numbers than he did in both of his NFL MVP seasons with the Rams, and is once again being mentioned for the award this season.

CBSSports.com fantasy stat line:
1   2   3   4    5   6   7    8    9   10  11 12 13 14 AVG. Total

13 32 17 18 23 17 bye 25 25  31  17 16 21 15  20.8   270


Aaron Rodgers, QB (Packers):  Rodgers had big shoes to fill this season after replacing Brett Favre under center for the Green Bay Packers.  He has done exceptionally well under the circumstances.  The Packers have a poor record this season and are going to miss the playoffs, but it is hard to put too much blame on Rodgers.  Fantasy owners who put faith in the first time starter were rewarded with some pretty hefty numbers this year.

CBSSports.com fantasy stat line:

1   2   3   4   5   6   7    8     9  10  11  12  13 14 AVG. Total
22 31 18 12 28 26 13 bye 15  5   19  26  31 22 20.6   268


Philip Rivers, QB (Chargers):
Philip Rivers had a solid year behind center San Diego.  Which was huge for the Chargers, given that L.T. struggled for most of the season.  Rivers was one of the top five QBs in Fantasy, and a real producer for fantasy owners this year.

CBSSports.com fantasy stat line:
1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9     10    11    12     13    14   AVG.  Total

26    33    26    12    12    30    14    29   bye    20    2     22     6     27   19.9   259


Jay Cutler, QB (Broncos):
Jay Cutler really bounced back after a rough 2007 campaign.  After being diagnosed with diabetes and now undergoing treatment, Cutler has bounced back as a top five fantasy QB this year.

CBSSports.com fantasy stat line:
1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9     10    11    12     13    14   AVG.  Total

23    38    20    16    16    17    9    bye    18    35    14    6    24  23  19.9   259

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