Sports Illustrated Week 2 Rankings: Quarterbacks

Looking at this week's performances, I will be sharing a few of my thoughts. I don't play fantasy football but I'm far more interested where they rank. Keep in mind the rankings are only a snapshot in time

It’s time to start thinking about setting your Week 2 lineups, and we’re here to help with our initial fantasy player rankings! I’ve used a full-point PPR scoring system for these rankings, which you can use in coordination with the Week 2 edition of Start Em, Sit Em. At Sports Illustrated, we always have you completely covered!

At the quarterback position, you’ll see the big names all ranked prominently with a couple of exceptions. Jared Goff has moved into the top 10 based on a sweet home matchup against Seattle, and rookie Anthony Richardson is in the top 12

Quarterback Rankings:

  1. Jalen Hurts, PHI, vs. MIN-he will be top 5 at the end of the year
  2. Patrick Mahomes, KC, at JAC-he will continue dominance, 1 or 2 by the end of the year
  3. Josh Allen, BUF, vs. LV-a bit overrated until he gets the INTs under control, he will end 7 to 9
  4. Joe Burrow, CIN, vs. BAL-he will have a down year for him but he will finish strong, 6 to 9
  5. Justin Herbert, LAC, at TEN-inconsistent, 8 to 12
  6. Trevor Lawrence, JAC, vs. KC-talented and immature but will be 5 to 8
  7. Lamar Jackson, BAL, at CIN-if he gets the injuries under control, 4 to 7
  8. Justin Fields, CHI, at TB-disappointing but he will bounce back and end strong, 8 to 15
  9. Jared Goff, DET, vs. SEA consistent-10 to 12
  10. Tua Tagovailoa, MIA, at -if he stays healthy wh7ch is difficult 4 to6
  11. Anthony Richardson, IND, at HOU-young, talented and surrounded by good offensive minds, 8 to 15
  12. Deshaun Watson, CLE, at PIT-better but more likely to struggle this season and break out the next, 10 to 14
  13. Geno Smith, SEA, at DET-Geno will regress slightly, 10 to 14
  14. Daniel Jones, NYG, at ARI-he's still Daniel Jones, 14 to17
  15. Brock Purdy, SF, at LAR-he fits what Shanahan wants to do, 7 to 9
  16. Jordan Love, GB, at ATL-solid, 10 to 15
  17. Kirk Cousins, MIN, vs. PHI-dont like him, 12 to 20
  18. Mac Jones, NE, vs. MIA-nope, 14 to 17
  19. Dak Prescott, DAL, vs. NYJ-underrated, 5 to 8
  20. Russell Wilson, DEN, vs. WAS-better 11 to 16
  21. Derek Carr, NO, at CAR- talented but fragile, 14 to 18
  22. Sam Howell, WAS, at DEN-Bienemy will do wonders for the offense but Howell will struggle, 14 to 21
  23. Baker Mayfield, TB, vs. CHI-still Baker, 14 to 22
  24. Kenny Pickett, PIT, vs. CLE-average, 14 to 18
  25. Matthew Stafford, LAR, vs. SF-still gas that arm but will be traded, 11 to 15
  26. Jimmy Garoppolo, LV, at BUF-like him but hate the coach,14 to 18
  27. Ryan Tannehill, TEN, vs. LAC, nope, wont be the starter by the end of the year, 14 to 22
  28. Bryce Young, CAR, vs. NO- talented rookie will finish strong, 14to16
  29. C.J. Stroud, HOU, vs. IND-will struggle, 19 to 30
  30. Zach Wilson, NYJ, at DAL-nope, 19 to 30
  31. Desmond Ridder, ATL, vs. GB- interesting QB that has to learn patience in a run oriented team, 17 to 25
  32. Joshua Dobbs, ARI, vs. -NYG-bad, 31
yep, throw then bricks lol, some spots are congested and some spots vacant. There is a lot of average guys who could pop or drop so my ratings are a preliminary ranking.

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