Last Updated 03/02/2023 9:22 AM
As predicted this time last year, Allen jumped to the top of the QB list, and he stays there in 2022, as the Bills high-powered offense will continue to go though his arm and legs.
Herbert showed 2020 was no fluke, as he improved again in 2021. He should be good for 5,000 passing yards and upwards of 40 TD passes, keeping him an elite fantasy QB.
Mahomes loses Hill, a dynamic WR capable of making big plays when Patrick extends them. Those will be missed, but Mahomes is too good to fall very far in fantasy terms at QB.
Burrow emerged late last season as a true elite fantasy producer with Chase, Higgins, and Boyd at his disposal. He cracks the top 5 QBs heading into 2022.
Murray is a solid top 10 fantasy QB, but the loss of Hopkins for six games hurts his potential for a monster season. Also, his unhappiness with his contract is something to watch this summer.
The G.O.A.T. unretired and returns for perhaps one last hurrah. Never underestimate the King, as he should remain an elite fantasy producer, even without A.B., but with Gronk now retired, he is no longer a top 5 QB for fantasy. That said, his top 10 ranking is solidified with the additions of Julio Jones and Kyle Rudolph.
Stafford loses Woods and OBJ, but gains A-Rob in 2022. OBJ could re-sign later to boost the corps, but Jefferson should continue to develop and there is always Mr. All-World Kupp, keeping Stafford a solid fantasy starter.
Prescott loses Cooper, but gains Washington, and keeps Lamb, Gallup, and Schultz. That fact keeps him a firm fantasy starter in 2022.
Carr gains Adams and a healthy Waller with an emerging Renfrow in 2022. That makes him a no-doubt top 10 fantasy QB with top 5 potential.
Jackson loses Hollywood Brown, and has become a bit inconsistent in his play, making him a riskier top 10 fantasy QB entering 2022.