Week 13 QB Rankings, with more Eli Manning

Eli Manning re-enters the the top 10 tier in Week 13

Eli Manning re-enters the top 10 tier in Week 13

 

We’re nearing the fantasy playoffs, and your weekly quarterback choices might make the difference in whether you clinch a playoff berth or go home disappointed. Think carefully about matchups and injuries this week, and give us a shout on Twitter if you have any questions.

Russell Wilson has continued to have the best year of his young career, but a Thursday night game against the 49ers in San Francisco is not a recipe for success. Wilson misses out on our top 10 rankings for this week.  Colin Kaepernick also takes a huge hit this week, having passed 14 fantasy points only once since September.

Ryan Tannehill is continuing to quietly shred defenses despite his mediocre receiving core. With an ideal matchup against the reeling New York Jets, start Tannehill with confidence this week.

Colt McCoy is not likely to have much more success than Robert Griffin III did. Look elsewhere for your starting QB if possible.

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Enough talk, let’s take a look at our Week 13 Quarterback Rankings.

Week 13 QB Rankings:
1. Andrew Luck
2. Aaron Rodgers
3. Peyton Manning
4. Tony Romo
5. Ben Roethlisberger
6. Tom Brady
7. Ryan Tannehill
8. Drew Brees
9. Eli Manning
10. Philip Rivers
11. Russell Wilson
12. Matthew Stafford
13. Cam Newton
14. Mark Sanchez
15. Joe Flacco
16. Andy Dalton
17. Drew Stanton
18. Matt Ryan
19. Zach Mettenberger
20. Alex Smith
21. Jay Cutler
22. Blake Bortles
23. Colt McCoy
24. Shaun Hill
25. Derek Carr
26. Colin Kaepernick
27. Josh McCown
28. Kyle Orton
29. Brian Hoyer
30. Ryan Fitzpatrick
31. Teddy Bridgewater
32. Michael Vick
33. Geno Smith
34. Robert Griffin III
35. Johnny Manziel

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