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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2021 Draft Rankings

Patrick Mahomes II Note
Patrick Mahomes II photo 1. Patrick Mahomes II KC (at DEN)
We're now 46 games into Mahomes' career as a starter, and in those games he's totaled QB1-type numbers in 69.6 percent of them. There are just two other quarterbacks who've posted those over 59.5 percent of their career since 2000, and one was Justin Herbert who has just a 15-game sample size. When Mahomes is on the field, he's producing. The question is this: By drafting him in the early rounds, which running back or wide receiver are you passing on to get him, and is the dropoff more from the quarterback you'd get in the later rounds? If you wanted to draft Mahomes in the third round, you can, but know you're going to need to hit on a player or two later in your draft to make up the ground.
17 weeks ago
Josh Allen Note
Josh Allen photo 2. Josh Allen BUF (vs . NYJ)
All you can ask for out of an NFL quarterback is improvement. Allen has done that every single year, and it's translated to fantasy football as well. His percentage of QB1-type games by year: 41.7 - 43.8 - 56.3. He tallied 26-plus fantasy points in eight games last year, which tied for the most in the league. Even better is that he had just one game that was labeled a bust, which lets you know he's a set-it-and-forget-it quarterback who can be played, regardless of opponent. When spending a high-round pick on a quarterback, that's what you need. Allen can start to be considered around the fourth round.
17 weeks ago
Kyler Murray Note
Kyler Murray photo 3. Kyler Murray ARI (vs . SEA)
Murray was extremely good to fantasy managers last year, delivering QB1-type performances 68.8 percent of the time, which was the third-best mark in the league. He wasn't just barely hitting those numbers, either, as he tallied 26-plus fantasy points on eight separate occasions, tied for the most in the league. The Cardinals added A.J. Green and Rondale Moore, while losing Kenyan Drake. This suggests there's going to be more dropbacks, which in turn means more fantasy points. Murray is an every-week starter and worthy of a top-five quarterback selection in the 4th/5th round.
17 weeks ago
Lamar Jackson Note
Lamar Jackson photo 4. Lamar Jackson BAL (vs . PIT)
Do you know how many times Jackson has finished with fewer than 16.5 fantasy points since taking the starting job in 2019? Four. He's posted 21.3 or more fantasy points in 22-of-30 games during that stretch, which is flat-out ridiculous. Since becoming the starter two years ago, he's posted QB1-type numbers in 76.7 percent of his games. The only other quarterback who's posted higher than 64.8 percent in their career is Patrick Mahomes, who's sitting at 69.6 percent. On top of that, Jackson now got better weapons to throw to, yet some are ranking him as the fourth-best quarterback in fantasy? Not me. Jackson should be in the conversation to be the first quarterback off the board.
17 weeks ago
Dak Prescott Note
Dak Prescott photo 5. Dak Prescott DAL (at PHI)
Prescott is battling a shoulder injury, but all indications are that he'll be ready for the start of the season. Assuming he is, he should have an outstanding season. Here's a fun fact: Prescott's 27.0 fantasy points per game in 2020 was the second-most all-time. What makes that stat even crazier is that his 4.05 percent touchdown rate was below the league average of 4.80 percent, so there was room for more. Of the top eight single-game performances by quarterbacks in 2020, there was only one quarterback on that list twice: Prescott, and he only played four full games. With the receiving weapons he has available, the sky is the limit, though his ankle injury could hamper his rushing upside in 2021. He's certainly someone who's going to throw for a lot of yards and touchdowns, but you need the rushing upside to get into the top-three conversation, so his risk bumps him out of that conversation.
15 weeks ago
Russell Wilson Note
Russell Wilson photo 6. Russell Wilson SEA (at ARI)
Why is Wilson continually hated by the fantasy community? His late-season struggles last year have many avoiding him in 2021, though you shouldn't be one of those people. Over the course of his career (now 144 games), he's posted top-12 type numbers in 50.7 percent of his games, which ranks sixth among quarterbacks who've started 50-plus games since 2000. That's a better career mark than Drew Brees, who was continually drafted as a top-three quarterback during his prime. Wilson has never finished worse than QB11 and has finished as a top-three quarterback in four of the last seven seasons. He's as stable as they come.
17 weeks ago
Aaron Rodgers Note
Aaron Rodgers photo 7. Aaron Rodgers GB (at DET)
I was all aboard the value train with Rodgers last year, but now that he's coming off his 2020 MVP campaign, he's going to be drafted higher than I'm willing to go. Why? His touchdown rate was 9.1 percent in 2020. Every quarterback who's ever finished with a touchdown rate of 8.5 percent or more has regressed the following season. If we dial that number back to Rodgers' career mark of 6.3 percent, which is still elite, he would've finished as the QB10 instead of the QB2 that he did. He doesn't offer mobility anymore and his offense isn't what we'd describe as "pass heavy." Don't forget that many left him for dead after the 2019 season when he posted QB1-type numbers just 31.3 percent of the time. There's probably an in-between here, but that's the issue: I'm unwilling to pay for last year's performance. In reality, he's a safe QB1 who requires an ultra-high touchdown-rate to finish top-five. The same can be said about Tom Brady, who is likely to come a few rounds later in drafts.
17 weeks ago
Justin Herbert Note
Justin Herbert photo 8. Justin Herbert LAC (at LV)
What Herbert did in 2020 was miraculous. There's no two ways about it. To be handed the starting job just one hour before the game in Week 2, then go on to break the rookie record for passing touchdowns (31) is ridiculous. Now, with that being said, he still finished as the QB9 last year while throwing 595 pass attempts, the fourth most in the legaue. Now that he's got a defensive-minded head coach and a healthy defense, we could see the pass attempts dip a bit in 2021, which would certainly hurt his appeal. The Chargers did increase the talent on the offensive line, but also replaced Hunter Henry with Jared Cook, which is a certainly a downgrade. Herbert should still be a solid low-end QB1, but it's tough to see him finishing as a top-five option in 2021.
17 weeks ago
Tom Brady Note
Tom Brady photo 9. Tom Brady TB (vs . CAR)
To think that Brady would join a new team at 43 years old, have zero offseason, then proceed to throw for 4,633 yards and 40 touchdowns is mindblowing. He's going to be 44 years old when the season starts, which brings us back to the conversation, "When does he fall off?" I'm done trying to predict that, but it must be factored into his price in fantasy drafts. Was last year a best-case scenario? He finished as the QB8 even with those numbers, as mobility is almost neccesary to finish higher in today's game. Because of that, Brady shouldn't be drafted as anything more than a low-end QB1 with a limited ceiling.
17 weeks ago
Ryan Tannehill Note
Ryan Tannehill photo 10. Ryan Tannehill TEN (at HOU)
Tannehill has been disrespected by the fantasy community long before Julio Jones was traded there. Tannehill became the starter of the Titans in Week 7 of 2019. Since that time, he's tallied 575.3 fantasy points, which ranks third among quarterbacks, behind only Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson. That's right... despite ranking 16th in pass attempts during that time (26-game sample size), he's finished with more fantasy points than Patrick Mahomes, Russell Wilson, Kyler Murray, and Deshaun Watson.
17 weeks ago
Jalen Hurts Note
Jalen Hurts photo 11. Jalen Hurts PHI (vs . DAL)
We saw a glimpse of what Hurts can bring to the table last year, though it was just a four-game sample size. He started four games for the Eagles, and each of those games netted at least 16.3 fantasy points, highlighting a floor that's hard to find. He also flashed upside with a 37.8-point outburst in Week 15 against the Cardinals. The downside is that it was a small sample size, and Hurts appeared to get worse every time out. Even then, it's still a small sample size. There's a new coaching staff, along with a new No. 1 receiver, but if what we saw from Hurts in 2020 was his floor, we're in for a treat in 2021. If he can hone in and improve his accuracy numbers from 2020, there's legitimate top-six quarterback upside.
17 weeks ago
Matthew Stafford Note
Matthew Stafford photo 12. Matthew Stafford LAR (vs . SF)
When you put Stafford's fantasy career alongside his peers, he's essentially the same quarterback as Matt Ryan. The difference? Stafford hasn't had a play-caller to bring out the best in him for quite some time and it's crushed his fantasy upside. Welcome to L.A. where you'll be working with Sean McVay, whose offense has been handicapped with Jared Goff under center. Could this be the change Stafford needed to reach the next level? The only concern would be that the Rams defense is so good, we won't get the volume needed for a pocket passer like Stafford. He has upside to finish as a top-10 option, but knowing his limitations as a rusher (with back problems), he likely won't reach much higher than the QB8-QB10 range.
17 weeks ago
Joe Burrow Note
Joe Burrow photo 13. Joe Burrow CIN (at CLE)
When Burrow went down with a torn ACL last year, he was sitting as the QB16 in the fantasy rankings, just behind Jared Goff and Teddy Bridgewater. That's not exactly living up to expectations. He is apparently on track to be back in the lineup for Week 1, but his mobility might be limited, especially to start the year, which will put a damper on his fantasy upside. The good news is that the Bengals improved the offensive line this offseason, as well as drafting Ja'Marr Chase at No. 5 overall based on Burrow's recommendation. He now has one of the best trio of wide receivers in the game, paired with a rebuilding defense, which should be the recipe for plenty of pass attempts. But again, dial back expectations because of his mobility. Burrow is best-served as a high-end QB2 in fantasy this year.
17 weeks ago
Matt Ryan Note
Matt Ryan photo 14. Matt Ryan ATL (vs . NO)
We are finally going to see what Ryan looks like without Julio Jones. That doesn't sound appealing, does it? There's actually been 42 games in Ryan's career he's played without Jones. In those games, he's averaged 43.5 fewer yards, 0.13 fewer touchdowns, and 0.07 more interceptions, which may not sound like a lot, but it all adds up to 2.9 fewer fantasy points per game, and it's not as if Ryan was an elite fantasy starter with Jones. On top of that, Ryan has a new head coach, and one whose offenses have ranked 30th and 31st in pass attempts over the last two years. Ryan is going to be a streamer in 2021, so don't draft him as your every-week option.
17 weeks ago
Trevor Lawrence Note
Trevor Lawrence photo 15. Trevor Lawrence JAC (vs . IND)
While it's typically tough for a rookie quarterback to make it into top-12 territory, Lawrence is likely the exception to the rule. He comes in as an advanced passer who has tremendous touch on his passes that not many rookies do. The Jaguars defense is in clear rebuild mode, which should allow for plenty of pass attempts, making 4,000-plus passing yards likely. On top of that, Lawrence has great mobility and is likely to rush for 400-plus yards and a handful of touchdowns on the ground. That alone should get him into the top-15, with a good chance at top-12.
17 weeks ago
Kirk Cousins Note
Kirk Cousins photo 16. Kirk Cousins MIN (vs . CHI)
Yes, I'm fully aware that Cousins has continually finished as a top-12 quarterback, but my rankings are based on how I'd draft quarterbacks and not where I project them to finish. Why? Well, Cousins has stayed healthy and played all 16 games, allowing him to finish higher than those right around him who missed a game or two. But on a week-to-week basis, you're never going to say Cousins is a top-12 quarterback. He's a rock-solid QB2 in Superflex formats, but he's just a streamer in 1QB leagues. I'd rather draft someone like Trevor Lawrence for upside.
17 weeks ago
Tua Tagovailoa Note
Tua Tagovailoa photo 17. Tua Tagovailoa MIA (vs . NE)
It's really unfair to judge Tagovailoa after a pretty weak rookie season, as he dealt with an injury throughout the offseason, had no preseason, and plenty of injuries to his pass catchers. On top of that, he had Ryan Fitzpatrick breathing down his neck. Fast forward to 2021 where Fitzpatrick is gone, and the Dolphins have added Will Fuller and Jaylen Waddle to his stable of pass catchers. If his injuries really limited him in 2020, we could see an explosion in 2021 with the firepower they have at wide receiver, but don't automatically assume that.
17 weeks ago
Baker Mayfield Note
Baker Mayfield photo 18. Baker Mayfield CLE (vs . CIN)
We watched Mayfield take major strides in Kevin Stefanski's offense as the year went on in 2020, but it's important to remember that he didn't throw the ball more than 33 times in 12-of-16 games. They want to play good defense and run the ball as much as possible, which makes Mayfield much more efficient. While he's a great target in 2QB leagues, there's rarely a week-to-week ceiling to his projection.
17 weeks ago
Ben Roethlisberger Note
Ben Roethlisberger photo 19. Ben Roethlisberger PIT (at BAL)
It's rare to see a quarterback who has three wide receivers being drafted inside the top-30 and a running back being drafted as a borderline top-12 option, yet he's not being drafted as a fantasy starter. That's the case with Roethlisberger. He's not going to finish as a top-five quarterback or anything, but Roethlisberger has thrown at least 28 touchdowns in each of the last six seasons he's played more than 12 games. He's a perfectly fine QB2 in Superflex/2QB formats.
17 weeks ago
Ryan Fitzpatrick Note
Ryan Fitzpatrick photo 20. Ryan Fitzpatrick WAS (at NYG)
This might seem weird to some, but Fitzpatrick has produced QB1-type numbers in 18-of-37 games over the last four years (includes seven games where he threw 18 or less passes). Do you know how many quarterbacks posted QB1-type numbers in better than 50 percent of their games in 2020? 10 of them. That's it. Under Scott Turner, the Panthers threw the ball 633 times with Cam Newton, Kyle Allen, and Will Grier in 2019. Then, in 2020, Washington threw the ball 599 times with Dwayne Haskins, Alex Smith, and Kyle Allen.
17 weeks ago
Justin Fields Note
Justin Fields photo 21. Justin Fields CHI (at MIN)
Derek Carr Note
Derek Carr photo 22. Derek Carr LV (vs . LAC)
The article I write every year titled, "Boom, Bust, and Everything In Between," highlights the both the consistency a player offers, as well as his upside. Carr has no upside. Over the last two years under Jon Gruden, Carr has played 32 games. In those games, he's delivered QB1-type performances just 14 times (43.8 percent), and a "boom" performance just one time (3.1 percent). I'd rather take shots on the rookie quarterbacks who might not start out of the gate, as Carr certainly wouldn't be your QB1.
17 weeks ago
Jameis Winston Note
Jameis Winston photo 23. Jameis Winston NO (at ATL)
Trey Lance Note
Trey Lance photo 24. Trey Lance SF (at LAR)
Daniel Jones Note
Daniel Jones photo 25. Daniel Jones NYG (vs . WAS)
When you throw 11 touchdowns in 14 games in today's NFL, that's a problem. Sure, Jones didn't have top-tier pass catchers last year, but Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton, and Golden Tate were competent. The Giants seem to believe Jones was simply lacking weapons, so they went out and signed Kenny Golladay and Kyle Rudolph, and then drafted Kadarius Toney in the first round. Based on what we've seen from Jones to this point, it's tough saying he's anything more than a boom-or-bust quarterback who'll need some rushing totals in order to make him streamer-worthy.
17 weeks ago
Sam Darnold Note
Sam Darnold photo 26. Sam Darnold CAR (at TB)
Ok, we're out of excuses for Darnold. It's now or never and he's getting his shot in Joe Brady's pass-friendly offense with some tremendous weapons. The one issue that remains, however, is that his offensive line is brutal. Despite that, Teddy Bridgewater was able to post 19-plus fantasy points in seven games last year, and that was while throwing just 15 touchdowns. The Panthers traded him for essentially nothing, and then passed on Justin Fields and Mac Jones in the draft, so they clearly believe Darnold can be their long-term answer. I don't want to hold it against Darnold that he had to play for Adam Gase in two of his first three seasons, but at the same time, he's thrown more than two touchdowns in just three of his 38 career games to this point and offers minimal fantasy upside on the ground. Because of that, it's hard to see him as a true breakout performer this year, but he should be a great target in Superflex/2QB leagues because he's not going to lose the job anytime soon, so you have an every-week starter.
17 weeks ago
Zach Wilson Note
Zach Wilson photo 27. Zach Wilson NYJ (at BUF)
The Jets liked Wilson enough to draft him over Trey Lance and Justin Fields, which tells you just how high they were on him. Judging by ADP on the entire Jets roster, many are still approaching the team as if they're run by Adam Gase. Insider info: They're not. Wilson is locked in as the starter all year long in Mike LaFleur's offense, and fantasy managers need to know about Wilson's upside as a rusher. Even Daniel Jones, who threw for 11 touchdowns in 14 games last year and missed two games, finished as a top-24 quarterback due to his 423 yards and one touchdown on the ground. Wilson is going to finish as a top-20 fantasy quarterback in year one.
17 weeks ago
Carson Wentz Note
Carson Wentz photo 28. Carson Wentz IND (at JAC)
Wentz has returned to practice following foot surgery, and there remains an outside chance that he'll return for Week 1. If so, there's some reason to be intrigued. We've legitimately seen Wentz perform as a top-five fantasy quarterback in Frank Reich's offense, so this one speaks for itself. The Colts offensive line might be better than the one the Eagles had in those days, though they'll need Eric Fisher healthy as soon as possible. Despite his bad 2020 season, Wentz has posted QB1-type numbers in 44.1 percent of the games in his career, which ranks as the 16th best quarterback over the last 15 years.
15 weeks ago
Jared Goff Note
Jared Goff photo 29. Jared Goff DET (vs . GB)
If you were thinking the hate went too far with Goff and that he might be a decent streamer/platoon option, think again. His start to the season is a nightmare and it really doesn't get any better as it goes on. The first seven weeks include the 49ers, Packers, Ravens, Bears, Vikings, and Rams. If you want to find a great matchup, you have to wait all the way until Week 16. The Lions offense isn't one you should aggressively attack in fantasy drafts.
17 weeks ago
Teddy Bridgewater Note
Teddy Bridgewater photo 30. Teddy Bridgewater DEN (vs . KC)
Mac Jones Note
Mac Jones photo 31. Mac Jones NE (at MIA)
Jimmy Garoppolo Note
Jimmy Garoppolo photo 32. Jimmy Garoppolo SF (at LAR)
Tyrod Taylor Note
Tyrod Taylor photo 33. Tyrod Taylor HOU (vs . TEN)
If I'm being honest, I want nothing to do with the Texans this year. That's rare for me to say, as I'm a value-based fantasy manager, but I just don't see value on this team. Watson has stood by the fact that he doesn't want to play for the Texans and isn't participating in camp. On top of that, he might be facing a suspension by the NFL for his pending assault cases. We talk about how easy replacing a quarterback is in fantasy every year, so why would we risk a draft pick on Watson? Unless it's one of your final picks, I would just avoid the situation. Taylor has given us fantasy-viable performances in the past, but the last time that happened was in 2017, when he had much more mobility than he does today. Despite starting at least 14 games in three straight seasons with the Bills, Taylor never threw for more than 3,035 yards in a season. He's now 33 years old and playing for 65-year-old David Culley with one of the worst supporting casts in the league. He also has the Texans third-round pick Mills waiting in the wings. This is one of those situations where I'm okay being wrong if one of these quarterbacks pans out.
17 weeks ago
Taysom Hill Note
Taysom Hill photo 34. Taysom Hill NO (at ATL)
As of now, the Saints are undecided on who the starting quarterback will be heading into the 2021 season. If it's Hill, he's going to jump all the way up into the top-15 quarterback conversation. If I knew he'd start all 17 games, he'd be ranked top-10 for his rushing upside, but it seems like Jameis Winston has the slight edge heading into camp. Do you think that sounds crazy? It's not. Hill was the QB6 during the month he started while Drew Brees was out. This is a battle we'll be watching closely as the season nears.
17 weeks ago
Drew Lock Note
Drew Lock photo 35. Drew Lock DEN (vs . KC)
Andy Dalton Note
Andy Dalton photo 36. Andy Dalton CHI (at MIN)
Deshaun Watson Note
Deshaun Watson photo 37. Deshaun Watson HOU (vs . TEN)
The Texans want Watson to play for them. Watson doesn't want to play for them. Watson wants to be traded. No team wants the PR nightmare that would come with a trade for Watson. Also, the Texans don't want to trade him. The NFL might also step in and suspend Watson for these off-the-field incidents. It's not one obstacle, it's many of them. He shouldn't be on your redraft radar for the time being.
17 weeks ago
Cam Newton Note
Cam Newton photo 38. Cam Newton CAR (at TB)
Davis Mills Note
Davis Mills photo 39. Davis Mills HOU (vs . TEN)
Taylor Heinicke Note
Taylor Heinicke photo 40. Taylor Heinicke WAS (at NYG)
Gardner Minshew II Note
Gardner Minshew II photo 41. Gardner Minshew II PHI (vs . DAL)
Jacob Eason Note
Jacob Eason photo 42. Jacob Eason SEA (at ARI)
Jordan Love Note
Jordan Love photo 43. Jordan Love GB (at DET)
Mitchell Trubisky Note
Mitchell Trubisky photo 44. Mitchell Trubisky BUF (vs . NYJ)
Marcus Mariota Note
Marcus Mariota photo 45. Marcus Mariota LV (vs . LAC)
Jacoby Brissett Note
Jacoby Brissett photo 46. Jacoby Brissett MIA (vs . NE)
Kellen Mond Note
Kellen Mond photo 47. Kellen Mond MIN (vs . CHI)
P.J. Walker Note
P.J. Walker photo 48. P.J. Walker CAR (at TB)
Dwayne Haskins Note
Dwayne Haskins photo 49. Dwayne Haskins PIT (at BAL)
Kyle Trask Note
Kyle Trask photo 50. Kyle Trask TB (vs . CAR)
Nick Foles Note
Nick Foles photo 51. Nick Foles CHI (at MIN)
Sam Ehlinger Note
Sam Ehlinger photo 52. Sam Ehlinger IND (at JAC)
John Wolford Note
John Wolford photo 53. John Wolford LAR (vs . SF)
Chad Henne Note
Chad Henne photo 54. Chad Henne KC (at DEN)
Brandon Allen Note
Brandon Allen photo 55. Brandon Allen CIN (at CLE)
Joe Flacco Note
Joe Flacco photo 56. Joe Flacco NYJ (at BUF)
Case Keenum Note
Case Keenum photo 57. Case Keenum CLE (vs . CIN)
Mason Rudolph Note
Mason Rudolph photo 58. Mason Rudolph PIT (at BAL)
Tyler Huntley Note
Tyler Huntley photo 59. Tyler Huntley BAL (vs . PIT)
C.J. Beathard Note
C.J. Beathard photo 60. C.J. Beathard JAC (vs . IND)
Colt McCoy Note
Colt McCoy photo 61. Colt McCoy ARI (vs . SEA)
Chase Daniel Note
Chase Daniel photo 62. Chase Daniel LAC (at LV)
Jarrett Stidham Note
Jarrett Stidham photo 63. Jarrett Stidham NE (at MIA)
Kyle Allen Note
Kyle Allen photo 64. Kyle Allen WAS (at NYG)
Mike Glennon Note
Mike Glennon photo 65. Mike Glennon NYG (vs . WAS)
Geno Smith Note
Geno Smith photo 66. Geno Smith SEA (at ARI)
Cooper Rush Note
Cooper Rush photo 67. Cooper Rush DAL (at PHI)
Blaine Gabbert Note
Blaine Gabbert photo 68. Blaine Gabbert TB (vs . CAR)
Logan Woodside Note
Logan Woodside photo 69. Logan Woodside TEN (at HOU)
Feleipe Franks Note
Feleipe Franks photo 70. Feleipe Franks ATL (vs . NO)
Mike White Note
Mike White photo 71. Mike White NYJ (at BUF)
Tim Boyle Note
Tim Boyle photo 72. Tim Boyle DET (vs . GB)
Nick Mullens Note
Nick Mullens photo 73. Nick Mullens CLE (vs . CIN)
David Blough Note
David Blough photo 74. David Blough DET (vs . GB)
Garrett Gilbert Note
Garrett Gilbert photo 75. Garrett Gilbert NE (at MIA)
Trace McSorley Note
Trace McSorley photo 76. Trace McSorley ARI (vs . SEA)
Josh Rosen Note
Josh Rosen photo 77. Josh Rosen ATL (vs . NO)
Jeff Driskel Note
Jeff Driskel photo 78. Jeff Driskel HOU (vs . TEN)
Chris Streveler Note
Chris Streveler photo 79. Chris Streveler BAL (vs . PIT)
Ian Book Note
Ian Book photo 80. Ian Book NO (at ATL)
James Morgan Note
James Morgan photo 81. James Morgan IND (at JAC)
Will Grier Note
Will Grier photo 82. Will Grier DAL (at PHI)
Easton Stick Note
Easton Stick photo 83. Easton Stick LAC (at LV)
Jake Fromm Note
Jake Fromm photo 84. Jake Fromm NYG (vs . WAS)
Blake Bortles Note
Blake Bortles photo 85. Blake Bortles FA (BYE)
Bryce Perkins Note
Bryce Perkins photo 86. Bryce Perkins LAR (vs . SF)
Jacob Easton Note
Jacob Easton photo 87. Jacob Easton FA (BYE)
Shane Buechele Note
Shane Buechele photo 88. Shane Buechele KC (at DEN)
Joshua Dobbs Note
Joshua Dobbs photo 89. Joshua Dobbs PIT (at BAL)
Brett Rypien Note
Brett Rypien photo 90. Brett Rypien DEN (vs . KC)
Nathan Peterman Note
Nathan Peterman photo 91. Nathan Peterman LV (vs . LAC)
Jamie Newman Note
Jamie Newman photo 92. Jamie Newman FA (BYE)
Clayton Thorson Note
Clayton Thorson photo 93. Clayton Thorson NYG (vs . WAS)
Ryan Finley Note
Ryan Finley photo 94. Ryan Finley FA (BYE)
Matt Barkley Note
Matt Barkley photo 95. Matt Barkley CAR (at TB)
Brian Hoyer Note
Brian Hoyer photo 96. Brian Hoyer NE (at MIA)
Drew Stanton Note
Drew Stanton photo 97. Drew Stanton FA (BYE)
Danny Etling Note
Danny Etling photo 98. Danny Etling FA (BYE)
Sean Mannion Note
Sean Mannion photo 99. Sean Mannion MIN (vs . CHI)
Trevor Siemian Note
Trevor Siemian photo 100. Trevor Siemian NO (at ATL)
Kurt Benkert Note
Kurt Benkert photo 101. Kurt Benkert GB (at DET)
Jake Luton Note
Jake Luton photo 102. Jake Luton MIA (vs . NE)
Brett Hundley Note
Brett Hundley photo 103. Brett Hundley IND (at JAC)
Reid Sinnett Note
Reid Sinnett photo 104. Reid Sinnett PHI (vs . DAL)
Nate Sudfeld Note
Nate Sudfeld photo 105. Nate Sudfeld SF (at LAR)
Jake Rudock Note
Jake Rudock photo 106. Jake Rudock FA (BYE)
Kyle Shurmur Note
Kyle Shurmur photo 107. Kyle Shurmur WAS (at NYG)
Kyle Lauletta Note
Kyle Lauletta photo 108. Kyle Lauletta JAC (vs . IND)
Ryan Griffin Note
Ryan Griffin photo 109. Ryan Griffin TB (vs . CAR)
Jake Browning Note
Jake Browning photo 110. Jake Browning CIN (at CLE)
Ben DiNucci Note
Ben DiNucci photo 111. Ben DiNucci DAL (at PHI)
DeShone Kizer Note
DeShone Kizer photo 112. DeShone Kizer FA (BYE)
Robert Griffin III Note
Robert Griffin III photo 113. Robert Griffin III FA (BYE)
Jordan Ta'amu Note
Jordan Ta'amu photo 114. Jordan Ta'amu DET (vs . GB)
 photo 115. (BYE)
Collin Hill Note
Collin Hill photo 116. Collin Hill FA (BYE)
Matt Schaub Note
Matt Schaub photo 117. Matt Schaub FA (BYE)
Jarrett Lee Note
Jarrett Lee photo 118. Jarrett Lee FA (BYE)
Davis Webb Note
Davis Webb photo 119. Davis Webb BUF (vs . NYJ)
Brian Lewerke Note
Brian Lewerke photo 120. Brian Lewerke NYG (vs . WAS)
Josh Johnson Note
Josh Johnson photo 121. Josh Johnson NYJ (at BUF)
Nate Stanley Note
Nate Stanley photo 122. Nate Stanley FA (BYE)