Let’s take an early look at how the quarterbacks stack up for fantasy owners in Week Seven. How does the performances of Drew Brees and Tom Brady affect things? These will be updated throughout the week, so make sure to keep checking back for the latest:
- Peyton Manning - Indianapolis Colts - at St. Louis
- Tom Brady - New England Patriots - at Tampa Bay
- Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers - at Cleveland
- Drew Brees - New Orleans Saints - at Miami
- Eli Manning - New York Giants - vs. Arizona
- Philip Rivers - San Diego Chargers - at Kansas City
- Matt Schaub - Houston Texans - vs. San Francisco
- Matt Ryan - Atlanta Falcons - at Dallas
- Ben Roethlisberger - Pittsburgh Steelers - vs. Minnesota
- Kurt Warner - Arizona Cardinals - vs. New York Giants
- Tony Romo - Dallas Cowboys - vs. Atlanta
- Donovan McNabb - Philadelphia Eagles - at Washington
- Jay Cutler - Chicago Bears - at Cincinnati
- Carson Palmer - Cincinnati Bengals - vs. Chicago
- Brett Favre - Minnesota Vikings - at Pittsburgh
- Mark Sanchez - New York Jets - at Oakland
- Matt Cassel - Kansas City Chiefs - vs. San Diego
- Shaun Hill - San Francisco 49ers - at Houston
- Marc Bulger - St. Louis Rams - vs. Indianapolis
- Derek Anderson - Cleveland Browns - vs. Green Bay
- Jake Delhomme - Carolina Panthers - vs. Buffalo
- Trent Edwards - Buffalo Bills - at Carolina
- Jason Campbell - Washington Redskins - at Philadelphia
- Chad Henne - Miami Dolphins - vs. New Orleans
- Josh Johnson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - vs. New England
- The Cardinals passing defense is terrible, but the Giants desire to focus on the run keeps Eli Manning from moving up even further this week (despite the Cardinals being among the best run defenses in the game). With backs like Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw, can you blame them? Still, if you have Eli, this week would be a solid time to play him.
- Initially you would think that Warner should be dropped down a few notches facing the tough Giants defense. However, seeing Drew Brees and company torch them, you have to wonder if the Cardinals can do the same.
- Sanchez has had his down moments (especially this past week) and is a rookie, making him hard to trust, but getting the Raiders defense is something that should help right the ship.
- Anderson is a gamble for those in two quarterback formats, but there is a chance that the Browns and Packers get into a shootout. That could mean extra passing attempts for Anderson, which gives him the chance to really pile on the numbers, especially if they are playing from behind.
- The Rams are likely to go down early and often against the Colts. That should open the door for Bulger, with little to work with, to get the chance to throw the ball around the field and make something happen.
What are your thoughts? Who was left off the list? Who should be higher? Who should be lower?
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