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  Tom BradyT. Brady
QB - NE
Tom Brady
Carson WentzC. Wentz
QB - PHI
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  Tom BradyT. Brady
QB - NE
Tom Brady
Carson WentzC. Wentz
QB - PHI
Carson Wentz
2017 Schedule 
Week 1 vs. KC at WAS
Week 2 at NO at KC
Week 3 vs. HOU vs. NYG
Week 4 vs. CAR at LAC
Week 5 at TB vs. ARI
Week 6 at NYJ at CAR
Week 7 vs. ATL vs. WAS
Week 8 vs. LAC vs. SF
Week 9BYE WEEK vs. DEN
Week 10 at DENBYE WEEK
Week 11 at OAK at DAL
Week 12 vs. MIA vs. CHI
Week 13 at BUF at SEA
Week 14 at MIA at LAR
Week 15 at PIT at NYG
Week 16 vs. BUF vs. OAK
Week 17 vs. NYJ vs. DAL
  Tom BradyT. Brady
QB - NE
Tom Brady
Carson WentzC. Wentz
QB - PHI
Carson Wentz
Passing
   
Pass Att597.1584.4
Pass Cmp390.6356.8
Pass Yards4,691.53,914.6
Pass TDs35.422.6
Ints8.014.2
   
Rushing
   
Rush Attempts35.147.0
Rush Yards62.3165.3
Rush TDs1.41.9
   
Misc
   
2.93.3
   
Points
   
Fantasy Points321.7239.7
   
  Tom BradyT. Brady
QB - NE
Tom Brady
Carson WentzC. Wentz
QB - PHI
Carson Wentz
2016 Points 
Week 119.2
Week 212.6
Week 321.0
Week 4
Week 529.616.9
Week 627.27.4
Week 718.26.1
Week 830.111.8
Week 910.2
Week 1011.38.2
Week 1128.414.9
Week 1219.017.5
Week 1314.912.6
Week 1426.113.1
Week 157.411.6
Week 1620.610.8
Week 1725.619.1
  Tom BradyT. Brady
QB - NE
Tom Brady
Carson WentzC. Wentz
QB - PHI
Carson Wentz
Expert 
Kevin Roberts
Breaking Football
Brady with a more explosive offense and a full 16-game season is an elite fantasy force - even at age 40Wentz has loads of upside and sported tons of volume last year. I don't trust him, but he has the talent and upside to be a top 15 guy
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ScoutFantasy
We don't typically suggest targeting top QBs unless you are in in a guppy league and KNOW you are going to dominate sleepers throughout the draft. Looked sharp, poised and in control of his offense. Let's keep an eye on him. His schedule is very difficult on the season.
Bobby Sylvester
FantasyPros
Brady may be turning 40 years old before Week 1's kickoff, but he put together the single most efficient 12 games in NFL history last year then proceeded to add Brandin Cooks and Dwayne Allen to an already loaded depth chart. Brady doesn't throw as much of Brees and Luck, especially in the red zone, so even though he may be the best QB in football, his ADP should not reflect that.It is easy to get wrapped up in the potential and Alshon addition, but what it boils down to is the inconvenient fact that Wentz scored less fantasy points per game last season than Ryan Tannehill and Trevor Siemian. So believe in the upside if you wish, but until he begins to improve upon that, it isn't advised.
Kevin Wheeler
NFL Mock
(4900 Pass Yds, 37 Pass TD) He's a top 5 QB every year, with all of the new weapons he could put up astronomical numbers.Improved WR's could mean really good things for the average Wentz
Brandon Funston
Fantasy Spin
What needs to be said here? He's the most accomplished QB in the history of the game, and 2 of his top 5 fantasy campaigns (based on PPG) have come in each of the past 2 seasons - and his stable of receiving weapons for '17 is among the most talented that he's ever worked with 
Chet Gresham
WalterFootball
Brady will be 76 this season, but since he's a system quarterback, I expect he'll be fine. Plus, the addition of Brandin Cooks and hopefully a healthy Rob Gronkowski should make give Brady plenty of upside, even at his ripe old age.Wentz got a lot of nice offensive pieces this offseason with Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith joining the fray. Now, he just needs to get them ball. With Jordan Matthews and Zach Ertz already in the fold, Wentz's upside should get a nice raise. I am worried that he'll be inconsistent like he was for much of the second half of last year, but the additions should help smooth that out a bit. His upside is worth taking a gamble on this season.
Staff Rankings
QB List
Some have Brady ranked as high as this year's QB2. I find that hard to justify since he's going to be breathing the rarefied air of the quadragenarian this year. In other words, he old. This concern should not be taken lightly. There have only been a handful of quarterbacks in the history of the NFL who have even taken the field at 40 years old. Of those, only Brett Farve who produced at a high level. That's it. Brady is attempting something that has only ever been done once in the history of the NFL . I get that Brady is special, he's the best quarterback who has ever played the game. Still, being good at football has no bearing on the fact that there is a very real limit to how long a player can continue to produce. Peyton Manning is also a good player. He had the best single season by a quarterback ever in 2013 at age 37. In 2014 at age 38, he threw for almost 1000 fewer yards than he had the year before. In 2015 at age 39, he barely crossed the line as the QB32! The numbers do not lie. There is a very real cliff - a point at which a quarterback's body and mind say 'No more!'. Is Brady at that point? I don't know, but it is worth mentioning that he is one year older than Manning was when he imploded. In any case, when extrapolated to sixteen games, Brady's 2016 production would still have only been good enough for a QB5 finish. True, he's getting Rob Gronkowski back, and Brandin Cooks is certainly a fun new toy, but will they be enough to significantly improve on last year's totals?Wentz may be a passable fantasy play in a few years, but he needs to put up real numbers before he can be trusted. That being said, he's got Alshon Jeffrey and Torrey Smith now to go along with Jordan Matthews, so he has the weapons now, we just have to see if he has the skills.
Derek Lofland
Fantasy Football Maniax
Brady had only 3,554 yards and 28 passing touchdowns in 2016, but that was in only 12 games. Those numbers should go up if he can play 16 games this year. The only concern is that he turns 40-years old this year, but he is in great health and the addition of WR Brandin Cooks should help this offense.Wentz had 3,782 yards passing, 16 passing touchdowns, 150 rushing yards and 2 rushing touchdowns in his rookie season. He was the 24th ranked fantasy quarterback. I expect him to take a step forward in his second year, especially with the signing of WR Alshon Jeffery and WR Torrey Smith.
Sablich Brothers
5th Down Fantasy
No signs of slowing down entering his age 40 season; YPA was his best since 2011 and his completion percentage his highest since 2007; Brandin Cooks will be the deep threat he's been lacking since Randy Moss left. Had typical rookie growing pains after flashing potential early on; his dreadful supporting cast got a major upgrade with addition Jeffery, T. Smith and Blount; things should open up more for Ertz and Sproles underneath, leading to a more balanced attack. Very strong o-line a huge plus.
Chet Gresham
WalterFootball
Brady will be 76 this season, but since he's a system quarterback, I expect he'll be fine. Plus, the addition of Brandin Cooks and hopefully a healthy Rob Gronkowski should make give Brady plenty of upside, even at his ripe old age.Wentz got a lot of nice offensive pieces this offseason with Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith joining the fray. Now, he just needs to get them ball. With Jordan Matthews and Zach Ertz already in the fold, Wentz's upside should get a nice raise. I am worried that he'll be inconsistent like he was for much of the second half of last year, but the additions should help smooth that out a bit. His upside is worth taking a gamble on this season.
Corey Parson
RotoExperts
Brady was his normal excellent self in 13 games last season. A full schedule this year may make him the top quarterback in Fantasy. Auction Value $25 The addition of Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith could see Wentz flirt with QB1 numbers in 2017. Auction Value $6
Mike Tagliere
FantasyPros
While everyone else tries to figure out who he'll will throw to and which running back will get the majority of the carries, just take Brady and enjoy your points.Wentz is a popular breakout candidate among the fantasy community, but nothing about his 2016 season suggests that, as he got worse as the season went on. After competing 67.4 percent of his passes for 7.5 yards per attempt with seven touchdowns and one interception in his first four NFL starts, Wentz trended downward. Over the next 12 games, he completed just 61 percent of his throws for 5.9 yards per attempt with nine touchdowns and 13 interceptions. The additions of Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith should help, but he needs to show us that he's capable before investing more.