Fantasy Football Rankings Week 8: Tim Tebow and 3 Worst QBs to Start

Kyle SkovCorrespondent IIOctober 30, 2011

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - OCTOBER 23:  Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos is sacked by Linebacker Jared Odrick #98 the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium on October 23, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida.  (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)
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The NFL is a quarterback’s league. This means that fantasy football by default is one as well.

With some big teams on a bye, do not hit the panic because half your lineup is gone.

This is the time to calmly look at the free agents for feasible back ups.

Here are three QBs that should not be picked up no matter what.

Tim Tebow

A dual threat quarterback normally is a great fantasy choice. This however, is not the case with Tim Tebow.

Tebow’s passing game is questionable and on top of that he is facing the Detroit Lions who have a very tough defense.

Although Tebow defies all possible logic most of the time, he is not going to have a surprise game this weekend. Things will fall into place and sanity will be restored.

Matt Cassel

Matt Cassel is a good quarterback on a poor team. He has not shown his full potential this season nor will he considering the shape the offense is in.

Cassel has averaged only 12 fantasy points per game each of the last three times that he has faced San Diego.

The Chargers do not have the most lights out secondary, but it is certainly good enough to hold Cassel and Co.

Matt Moore

At all costs stay away from Matt Moore.

The New York Giants pass rush will be in his face all day at home and Moore is not ready for that.

The Giants also will get a defensive boost from the return of Justin Tuck.

There just is not a positive to take from this match up. Moore is going to have a very rough go of it and make sure you do not also by simply staying away.