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2010 Composite Fantasy Football Quarterback Rankings

Everyone seems to love their composite rankings. Composite, you ask? The following list of 35 quarterbacks was developed by combining rankings from CBS Sportsline.com, ESPN.com, Foxsports.com, Yahoo.com and NFL.com, along with chinstrapninjas.com’s jzak’s ranks with individual player capsules and sockonfl’s ranks with individual player capsules.

Be sure to note, however, that some of the rankings used were not as up-to-date as the others, depending on how quickly each site has updated its own list of players and factored in offseason injuries, position battles, etc. Therefore, the following rankings may see a little skewing compared to what you’d expect.

Be sure to check out the composite running back rankings along with our collection of strategies and sleepers, and all of our 2010 fantasy football rankings.

Without further ado, here are the composite QB rankings:

  1. Drew Brees
  2. Aaron Rodgers
  3. Peyton Manning
  4. Tom Brady
  5. Matt Schaub
  6. Tony Romo
  7. Philip Rivers
  8. Jay Cutler
  9. Joe Flacco
  10. Matt Ryan
  11. Eli Manning
  12. Brett Favre
  13. Kevin Kolb
  14. Donovan McNabb
  15. Carson Palmer
  16. Ben Roethlisberger
  17. Chad Henne
  18. Alex Smith
  19. Matthew Stafford
  20. Vince Young
  21. Matt Cassel
  22. David Garrard
  23. Mark Sanchez
  24. Jason Campbell
  25. Matt Hasselbeck
  26. Matt Leinart
  27. Kyle Orton
  28. Matt Moore
  29. Josh Freeman
  30. Sam Bradford
  31. Tarvaris Jackson
  32. Jake Delhomme
  33. Trent Edwards
  34. Derek Anderson
  35. Byron Leftwich

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