Quarterback was a lucrative position during 2009. We saw a thicket of studs put up major points with Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees pacing the pack. Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Phillip Rivers rounded out the top five. Other big time contributors including Tony Romo, Matt Schaub, and the surprising Brett Favre.
In 2010, Drew Brees looks to be the gemstone coming off a championship season. With 4388 yards, 36 total TDs, and a light 11 INTs, he’s the ultimate safe pick for your first round selection. The Saints will continue to milk their offensive success next season and barring an injury, you can expect similar results.
Aaron Rodgers finished an impressive 26 points ahead of Brees to lead all QBs, but took a horrendous beating because his offensive line couldn’t provide adequate protection. Unless Green Bay’s line can step up, a significant Rodgers injury is only a matter of time. This is the only thing holding Rodgers back from a top ranking. Otherwise, he’s got all the tools to put up massive fantasy points: a bevvy of receiving options, a big arm, the ability to pick up TDs and yards on the ground, and a running back that doesn’t find the endzone with frequency.
Phillip Rivers ascent to the top should continue ufabet ทีเด็ดบอลสเต็ป next season. With LT all but gone, there will be no charity TDs sacrificed on the ground for the falling legend. Antonio Gates and Vincent Jackson are his 1A and 1B options and will continue to provide him chunks of fantasy points. The Chargers will still be a winning team and Rivers will be the catalyst behind their success.
Peyton Manning is always solid but the problem is just that, he’s solid but not more. I’ve come to realize another record setting season (or anything remotely close) is out of the question. Manning isn’t out to light any other teams up, he just wants to keep them at arm’s length to win the game. He also has a penchant for being stubborn about running the ball into the endzone. It’s too bad for fantasy players because he could easily heap 50 more points a season if he desired. There is upside with a Manning pick, though. His Superbowl loss has a chance to drive him crazy and cause him to strive for more.
Tom Brady is the ultimate fantasy QB when he’s rolling but unfortunately the Pats look a long ways a