NFL Fantasy Football Week 10 QB Wrapup

Jay Cutler: 22/35 for 237 yards with 3 TD’s and 2 INT’s. Games like this are pretty much which symbolizes Cutler in fantasy football. You get the good with the three scores and the bad with the two picks. Ultimataely the picks are what keeps him from being a decent QB play.

Brett Favre: 18/31 for 171 yards with 1 TD and 3 INT’s. Favre truly has been pathetic this season and you can say he has been among the worst starters in football. Needless to say its the end of the line for one of the best to ever play the position.

Matt Schaub: 22/32 for 314 yards with 2 TD’s and 0 INT’s. Schaub finally put together a great game after struggling big time the last month. Of course the struggles were not all his fault but he was responsible some. Put him back in the lineup.

David Garrard: 24/31 for 342 yards with 2 TD’s and 0 INT’s. Garrard has now thrown for 6 TD’s and ran for one score the last two weeks. I advised those who owned Drew Brees who is on a bye to start him this week. Hope you listened. Garrard is actually looking worthy of full time starting status in fantasy football.

Tennessee Titans QB’s: So Kerry Collins gets the start and soon has to leave with injury. Vince Young comes off the bench to throw for one TD and 1 pick. Neither guy is worth your attention.

Miami Dolphins QB’s.: There really was a ton of carnage here as first Chad Pennington gets hurt, than Chad Henne, and than Tyler Thigpen comes off the bench to throw for one TD. None of these guys are worth anything.

Ryan Fitzpatrick: 12/24 for 146 yards with 1 TD and 0 INT’s. It wasn’t pretty but Fitzpatrick was able to throw his customary TD pass. The weather was tough so don’t read too much into his struggles. He is still worth an every week start.

Shaun Hill: 29/50 for 323 yards with 1 TD’s and 1 INT. I told everyone who would listen to grab Hill off waivers if you needed QB help as he was very good before he got hurt. With Matthew Stafford out for the season, he once again has the chance to help you the rest of the season. Nice game here and the weapons he has ensures there will be more like it. อนิเมะเรื่องดัง

Peyton Manning: 20/36 for 185 yards. Very rare is it to see Manning not have a TD pass in any game and there are a lot of annoyed fantasy football owners today. Still you can never truly get annoyed at the best passer in the league.

Carson Palmer: 31/42 for 292 yards with 2 TD’s and 3 INT’s. We are back to the sketchy Palmer again as he is playing inconsistent football. This should not happen due to the fact he has a ton of weapons to use so for now Palmer is not worth keeping in your lineup.

Jimmy Clausen: 16/29 for 191 yards with 0 TD’s and 0 INT’s. There is nothing to say here.

Josh Freeman: 18/24 for 241 yards with 2 TD’s and 0 INT’s. I know I have been slow to come around but I will finally say that Josh Freeman is worthy of starting in all fantasy football leagues. The kid has made fantastic progress this season and he has a very bright future as a QB in this league.

Joe Flacco: 22/34 for 215 yards with 3 TD’s and 1 INT. Flaccos has been ridiculously good over the last two months and he is fulfilling all of the potential that was expected of him to this point in his young career.

Matt Ryan: 32/50 for 316 yards with 3 TD’s and 0 INT’s. Ryan is starting to put himself into the elite class of passers in fantasy football and he also has placed himself in the MVP discussions. Great kid and great possibilities for stardom here.

Mark Sanchez: 27/44 for 299 yards with 2 TD’s and 1 INT along with 1 rushing TD. Sanchez has been very good in his second year in the league and I have been hesitant to name him fantasy football worthy but the evidence is mounting that he deserves a look. Remember though that the weather will get nasty soon in New York so the team could turn to the running game more the rest of the way.

Colt McCoy: 18/31 for 205 yards with 1 TD and 0 INT. McCoy has the IT factor to succeed in the NFL but unfortunately he does not have the numbers to be a fantasy football weapon yet.

Matt Cassel: 33/53 for 469 yards with 4 TD’s and 0 INT’s. It was pretty much a perfect game for Cassel and one we are not likely to see all to often. The Chiefs were forced to go to the air early as the Broncos jumped out so far ahead so early. Cassel has it in him to have games like this but the Chiefs are still a run dominated team so dont run to the waiver wire to grab him yet.

Kyle Orton: 22/34 for 296 yards with 4 TD’s and 0 INT’s. Orton had gone quiet over the last month after a ridiculously good start to the season but he stepped back into the limelight of fantasy football star this week. Orton should continue being started in all leagues due to the extreme reliance on the pass in Denver.

Sam Bradford: 30/42 for 251 yards with 1 TD and 0 INT. I have said before and I will say it again. This guy will be a top 5 fantasy football QB as soon as next season. You heard it hear first. As far as this year is concerned, dont go crazy here. He is strictly a match-up play.

Troy Smith: 17/28 for 256 yards with 1 TD and 0 INT’s. Smith should have thrown for 3 TD’s in this game but two were taken away by penalty. All in all, he has been very impressive in his two starts and there is no way Alex Smith gets off the bench now. Keep a close eye on Smith as he can put up Michael Vick like numbers.

 

 

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