Week 5 QB Rankings

Week 5 QB Rankings

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Welcome to Week 5! These are our QB rankings from 1-35, particularly for deep leagues and 2QB/Superflex leagues.

We’re light on commentary this week, but we are jumping right into the rankings.

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Week 5 QB Rankings

QuarterbackMatchupRanking
Tom Brady (NE)at DAL1
Aaron Rodgers (GB)vs STL2
Matt Ryan (ATL)vs WAS3
Carson Palmer (ARI)at DET4
Tyrod Taylor (BUF)at TEN5
Russell Wilson (SEA)at CIN6
Eli Manning (NYG)vs SF7
Marcus Mariota (TEN)vs BUF8
Philip Rivers (SD)vs PIT9
Andy Dalton (CIN)vs SEA10
Andrew Luck (IND)at HOU (TNF)11
Peyton Manning (DEN)at OAK12
Alex Smith (KC)vs CHI13
Jay Cutler (CHI)at KC14
Drew Brees (NO)at PHI15
Sam Bradford (PHI)vs NO16
Joe Flacco (BAL)vs CLE17
Blake Bortles (JAC)at TB18
Jameis Winston (TB)vs JAC19
Brandon Weeden (DAL)vs NE20
Derek Carr (OAK)vs DEN21
Josh McCown (CLE)at BAL22
Matthew Stafford (DET)vs ARI23
Kirk Cousins (WAS)at ATL24
Michael Vick (PIT)at SD25
Colin Kaepernick (SF)at NYG26
Nick Foles (STL)at GB27
Ryan Mallett (HOU)vs IND (TNF)28
Brian Hoyer (HOU)vs IND (TNF)29
Dan Orlovsky (DET)vs ARI30
Johnny Manziel (CLE)at BAL31
Colt McCoy (WAS)at ATL32
Matt Hasselbeck (IND)at HOU (TNF)33
Blaine Gabbert (SF)at NYG34
Matt Cassel (DAL)vs NE35

2 Comments

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    Zach

    October 7, 2015 at 8:34 pm

    Why is D Brees ranked so low? He looked good last week and isn’t Philly bad against the pass?

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      Joshua Lake

      October 12, 2015 at 7:15 am

      I’m just seeing this comment now, sorry. When I don’t post the article, I don’t get notifications for comments.

      Hindsight analysis doesn’t help, now that we know where Brees finished this week. But I will be hesitant about Brees most of this year, because that passing offense has not shown it can consistently produce.

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