There weren’t many changes to our original quarterback rankings, but there was a fairly major one. Michael Vick is starting for the Eagles—launching him up the board.
Let’s take a look at where he stands, as well as all the rest in our updated quarterback rankings:
- Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – at Houston
- Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers – vs. Dallas
- Peyton Manning – Indianapolis Colts – at Philadelphia
- Eli Manning – New York Giants – at Seattle
- Tom Brady – New England Patriots – at Cleveland
- Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – at Carolina
- Michael Vick – Philadelphia Eagles – vs. Indianapolis
- Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – vs. Tampa Bay
- Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – at Cincinnati
- Carson Palmer – Cincinnati Bengals – vs. Pittsburgh
- Joe Flacco – Baltimore Ravens – vs. Miami
- Matt Schaub – Houston Texans – vs. San Diego
- Jay Cutler – Chicago Bears – at Buffalo
- Ryan Fitzpatrick – Buffalo Bills – vs. Chicago
- Jon Kitna – Dallas Cowboys – at Green Bay
- Josh Freeman – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – at Atlanta
- Brett Favre – Minnesota Vikings – vs. Arizona
- Mark Sanchez – New York Jets – at Detroit
- Chad Henne – Miami Dolphins – at Baltimore
- Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – vs. New York Jets
- Jason Campbell – Oakland Raiders – vs. Kansas City
- Matt Cassel – Kansas City Chiefs – at Oakland
- Colt McCoy – Cleveland Browns – vs. New England
- Derek Anderson – Arizona Cardinals – at Minnesota
- Charlie Whitehurst – Seattle Seahawks – vs. New York Giants
- The Seattle Seahawks have decided to go with Charlie Whitehurst over Matt Hasselbeck, due to Hasselbeck's concussion in Week 8. Whitehurst has a stiff test, getting a Giants defense who is playing at an exceptionally high level of late. He has no value in any format.
- It was confirmed by the Raiders that Jason Campbell would once again start, as Bruce Gradkowski is still hurting. Campbell has value in all two-quarterback formats.
- The Browns will start Colt McCoy this week once again, as both Seneca Wallace and Jake Delhomme battle their way back from injury. He’s just a low-end option in two-quarterback formats.
- It’s all but been confirmed that Michael Vick will be starting for the Eagles. While he’s still a bit of a risk in his first game back, he has to be moved up a few spots in the rankings. He’s certainly a good play in all formats.
What are your thoughts on these rankings? Who’s too high? Who’s too low?
Make sure to check out our Week 9 Rankings:
- Top 40 Running Backs
- Top 60 Wide Receivers
- Top 20 Tight Ends
- Top 15 Kickers
- Top 15 Defenses
- Waiver Worthy
- Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em
- Sunday Sleepers
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