Week 9 QB Rankings, with Carson Palmer

 

Carson Palmer is emerging as a great QB1 option for Week 10

Carson Palmer is emerging as a great QB1 option for Week 10

Carson Palmer has finally begun to show the fantasy potential that 2QB and Superflex owners drafted him for. With 3 weeks of solid performance and another great matchup, Palmer makes his debut into the Top 10 of our Week 9 QB rankings.

You can find Palmer and 34 other quarterbacks ranked for fantasy purposes below, but we’ll share a few thoughts first. If you’d rather just see the Week 8 QB rankings, go ahead and skip to the bottom.

Brady’s numbers continue to make him one of the scariest QB1 options so long as his weapons stay healthy.

Giving Norv Turner multiple weeks with Teddy Bridgewater as the starting QB is starting to show results. Bridgewater is inconsistent but still has a good shot to post decent fantasy points against the Redskins.

Michael Vick’s biggest asset has always been his running ability, but with the chance of getting pulled at any time we are exercising caution before putting him in our starting lineups.

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Enough talk, let’s take a look at our Week 9 QB Rankings:

1. Peyton Manning
2. Andrew Luck
3. Drew Brees
4. Phillip Rivers
5. Russell Wilson
6. Tom Brady
7. Colin Kaepernick
8. Carson Palmer
9. Cam Newton
10. Nick Foles
11. Ben Roethlisberger
12. Andy Dalton
13. Tony Romo
14. Ryan Tannehill
15. Eli Manning
16. Alex Smith
17. Teddy Bridgewater
18. Brian Hoyer
19. Ryan Fitzpatrick
20. Austin Davis
21. Michael Vick
22. Mike Glennon
23. Austin Davis
24. Colt McCoy
25. Blake Bortles
26. Derek Carr
27. Brandon Weeden
28. Christian Ponder
29. Geno Smith
30. Johnny Manziel
31. Derek Anderson
32. Matt Schaub
33. Drew Stanton
34. Ryan Mallett
35. Brock Osweiler

 

 

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