Sunday, January 29

Fantasy QB Rankings Week 14: Who to start, sit down as a quarterback in fantasy football



It’s too late in the season for a four-team goodbye, right? Well, we have one more left. Passing quarterbacks will continue to be a big deal as we enter the fantasy football playoffs, but this will be the last crucial week with no injury-related absences. Our Week 14 Fantasy QB Rankings will help you identify the best players and sleepers so you can end your regular season on a high note.

Jalen Hurts, Carson Wentz, Mac Jones and Tua Tagovailoa are all getting PTO this week, so that removes an elite fantasy stud and some popular streamers from the board. However, we got Cam Newton (against the Falcons), Ryan Tannehill (against the Jaguars), Aaron Rodgers (against the Bears) and Baker Mayfield (against the Ravens).

WEEK 14 PPR RANKINGS:
Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Tom Brady (against Bills) is in for a tough matchup, so it’s worth noting that we’ve got him lower than usual, but he’ll still be in most of the starting lineups. Matthew Stafford (@ Cardinals) has had his troubles recently and has a tough showdown this week, but we also have him as a low-end QB1.

WEEK 14 STANDARD RANKINGS:
Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Now, let’s dive into what most people look for in quarterback rankings: quarterbacks in the start or sit bubble. Those with favorable matchups are Taysom Hill (@ Jets), Taylor Heinicke (vs. Cowboys), Teddy Bridgewater (vs. Lions), and Cam Newton (vs. Falcons). You might think Newton is too short, and could obviously break his rankings, but we saw Newton’s downside a couple of weeks ago, so he’s far from a safe option. However, those of you who are ceiling chasers will likely choose to start with any of the other fringe headlines.

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Callers on the edge with overly worrisome matchups include Matt Ryan (@ Panthers), Jimmy Garoppolo (@ Bengals) and even Ryan Tannehill (vs. Jaguars). The top two players mentioned facing the top seven defenses against fantasy quarterbacks heading into Week 13.

As for Tannehill, he will face a Jacksonville defense that has mostly limited quarterbacks, and based on his game of late, he’s hard to trust. Dontrell Hilliard and D’Onta Foreman should see heavy workloads, and Tannehill’s best pass receiver would be a hit Julio Jones. Trevor Lawrence (@ Titans) has the second-friendliest matchup with QB, but can you trust him against the Titans’ passing race fresh off a goodbye? It would cost us a lot to do it.

Once again, this is the last week of vacation and we still have many options to spend the week. Whether you prefer dual threat guys with traditionally higher floors (Hill, Newton) or boom or bust guys (Heinicke, Ryan), you should be able to walk in this week feeling confident in your QB.

Note: We’ll update these quarterback rankings throughout the week, so check back for the latest player movement and analysis.

Fantasy QB Rankings Week 14: Who to start as a quarterback

Ratings are based on Four point standard pitch TD formats.

Rank Player
1 Dak Prescott, DAL @ ERA
2 Josh Allen, BUF @ TB
3 Patrick Mahomes, KC vs. LV
4 Kyler Murray, AR vs. LAR
5 Justin Herbert, LAC vs. NYG
6 Russell Wilson, SEA @ HOU
7 Aaron Rodgers, GB vs. CHI
8 Lamar Jackson, BAL @ CLE
9 Joe Burrow, CIN vs. SF
10 Tom Brady, TB vs. BUF
eleven Matthew Stafford, LAR @ ARI
12 Derek Carr, LV at KC
13 Taylor Heinicke, WAS vs. DAL
14 Taysom Hill, NO @ NYJ
fifteen Teddy Bridgewater, DEN vs. THAT
sixteen Kirk Cousins, MIN vs. PIT
17 Cam Newton, CAR vs. ATL
18 Ryan Tannehill, TEN vs. JAX
19 Trevor Lawrence, JAX @ TEN
twenty Ben Roethlisberger, PIT @ MIN
twenty-one Jimmy Garoppolo, SF @ CIN
22 Matt Ryan, ATL @ CAR
23 Tyrod Taylor, HOU v. SEA
24 Baker Mayfield, CLE vs. BAL
25 Zach Wilson, New York vs. NO
26 Jared Goff, DET @ DEN
27 Justin Fields, CHI @ GB
28 Mike Glennon, NYG @ LAC
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