Fantasy Football: Ranking the Top 20 Quarterbacks for 2015

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Jun 17, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford (7) throws during minicamp at The NovaCare Complex. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

16. Teddy Bridgewater, Minnesota Vikings: Bridgewater is a very intriguing talent at the quarterback position, who showed up very well as a rookie in 2014. The Vikings kept the system very simple for Bridgewater last season, which certainly limited his fantasy upside. If they do so once again this year, he will be solid, but the upside is not there, but if they loosen the reigns, Bridgewater could quickly climb up this list.

FP ADP: 132nd Overall Pick, 19th QB off of the board.

15. Sam Bradford, Philadelphia Eagles: With quick passes and misdirection, Chip Kelly’s offense is a perfect fit for Bradford’s skill-set. Staying healthy is always going to be a concern, but Kelly hand-picked Bradford to run his offense. That means something to me. He is in a very beneficial situation, and his ADP has yet to reflect that in some cases. Bradford is a nice value at the QB position right now, with huge upside clearly available. Ride him while he is healthy, but be ready to jump ship, because it could end at any time.

FP ADP: 127th Overall Pick, 15th QB off of the board.

14. Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers: We are starting to see a trend with Rivers in recent years. He starts out on fire, but fades down the stretch. His overall numbers look great, but he never leads to fantasy championships, which is our overall goal. I do not mind buying Rivers, and hoping for another hot start. However, if he succeeds again early in the season, I would look to sell high.

FP ADP: 105th Overall Pick, 14th QB off of the board.

13. Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions: On paper, he looks great for fantasy. Huge arm strength, great mobility and a fantastic supporting cast can easily equal fantasy success. However, Stafford always seems to under-perform, and I see no reason why that would change this year. Take a shot on his upside if you want (he does not cost much anymore), but I will pass on the most part, knowing that his inconsistent and impossible to predict play is more of a headache that it is worth.

FP ADP: 82nd Overall Pick, 11th QB off of the board.

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