2010 NFL Quarterback Rankings: Week 2
Like the BCS, style points count. So do geeky, black-and-white stats such as touchdowns and quarterback ratings. Wins and losses? Definitely. Leadership? Uh-huh.
When it comes to my weekly NFL Quarterback Rankings - if I had one of those little encircled R's to signify a trademarked idea, it'd go here - the criteria is everything, nothing and all that's in between.
Past performance and future potential is considered, but mostly - like college football's weekly Top 25 - it's an attempt to identify the quarterbacks you'd most like to have starting for your team in this game, this week, right now. Injuries, obviously, significantly plummet value. A clever new TV ad might bump a player a notch.
Let's get moving and shaking:
Trent Edwards Ryan Fitzpatrick, Bills.
Matt Moore Jimmy Clausen, Panthers.
Jason Campbell Bruce Gradkowski, Raiders.
29. Derek Anderson, Cardinals.
Jake Delhomme Seneca Wallace, Browns.
27. Sam Bradford, Rams.
Matthew Stafford Shaun Hill, Lions.
25. Joe Flacco, Ravens.
24. Alex Smith, 49ers.
23. Brett Favre, Vikings.
22. Chad Henne, Dolphins.
21. Matt Hasselbeck, Seahawks.
20. Mark Sanchez, Jets.
Dennis Dixon Byron Leftwich, Steelers.
18. Vince Young, Titans.
17. Josh Freeman, Buccaneers.
16. David Garrard, Jaguars.
15. Kyle Orton, Broncos.
14. Matt Cassel, Chiefs.
13. Tony Romo, Cowboys.
12. Eli Manning, Giants.
11. Donovan McNabb, Redskins.
10. Matt Ryan, Falcons.
9. Phillip Rivers, Chargers.
Kevin KolbMichael Vick, Eagles.
7. Tom Brady, Patriots.
6. Jay Cutler, Bears.
5. Aaron Rodgers, Packers.
4. Carson Palmer, Bengals.
3. Matt Schaub, Texans.
2. Drew Brees, Saints.
1. Peyton Manning, Colts.
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