Last Updated 09/06/2016 5:15 PM
Rank Up/Dn Name Team BYE PassAT PassCOM PassYds PassTDs INT FUM RushAT RushYds RushTDs FantPnts
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1 Cam Newton CAR 7 485 291 3740 33 11 4 127 590 8 393
He can do it all... run and pass for scores AND he gets WR Kelvin Benjamin back in 2016!
2 Aaron Rodgers GB 4 548 349 4280 38 6 3 48 310 2 371
He struggled last year when opponents got tough, but the return of WR Jordy Nelson makes him elite again.
3 Russell Wilson SEA 5 477 316 3900 32 8 2 111 620 2 365
Much like Cam Newton, Wilson makes big plays with his feet and his arm, as he climbs into the top 5 QBs for 2016.
4 Andrew Luck IND 10 609 364 4420 35 18 3 60 280 1 360
If he really learned how to slide and stays healthy, Luck should return to the top Tiers of QBs for 2016.
5 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 8 618 417 4900 34 12 4 29 30 0 350
The gunslinger loses WR Martavis Bryant for 2016, but still has enough weapons to be a top 5 QB and he gets LeVeon Bell back for the passing game.
6 Tom Brady NE 9 465 303 4640 35 6 2 35 40 1 347
Brady is an elite talent, but it's 50/50 whether his suspension appeal hearing will be held in time for 2016 or not.
7 Blake Bortles JAC 5 581 345 4240 32 16 4 47 300 1 344
His breakout season in 2015 should continue in 2016, especially if TE Julius Thomas is healthy for the entire season.
8 Drew Brees NO 5 622 422 4740 32 12 3 22 10 1 340
He proved he can get the job done for fantasy owners despite inexperienced receivers in 2015. That keeps him a solid fantasy starter in 2016.
9 Eli Manning NYG 8 612 385 4520 35 13 4 16 40 0 335
He'll be passing early and often with no real upgrade to the running game coming in 2016.
10 Carson Palmer ARZ 9 523 329 4480 33 13 2 12 10 0 324
Palmer surprised most last year, but we loved him and like him again as a solid fantasy starter in 2016, one whom won't cost an arm and a leg to draft.