STL Fantasy Football Week 14 QB Rankings
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Welcome to the Sports Talk Line Fantasy Football Week 14 QB Rankings. It’s getting Fantasy Playoff time so let us jump right to it, shall we?
Let’s take a closer look at who you should start or sit for NFL Week 14. I’ve compiled a list of the top 5 quarterbacks based upon a slew of metrics (more on that below) using the Sports Talk Line Fantasy Football Rankings system for the 2021 Fantasy Football season.
The system is computerized, so you have to adjust it with the acumen of what is currently happening in the league and any players or team. Let’s take a look at the top 5 QBs for Week 14, but of course, you can always get the full list at the site.
Insider Info: The rankings are VERY close this week. Derek Carr and Aaron Rodgers are ranked 6/7 right behind the top 5 below!
Stafford is in the #1 slot for the 2nd week in a row. He delivered last week and is slated to bring you 298 yds passing, 1.9 TD’s. If you get rushing stats off of him it’s probably been a bad day.
Herbert gets the Vikings this week. Look for 296 yards passing, 2.1 TD’s, and about 20 yards or so on the ground from this electric talent.
Mahomes has his mojo back and the Chiefs face the Raiders at home. 295 passing yards, 17 on the ground and 2.4 TD’s are on tap for Mahomes in week 14. No word on how many of the yards will be via sidearm throws between 3 defenders.
This guy is not wine, that turns to vinegar. Nope, he’s scotch that just keeps getting better year, after year, after year. Versus the Bills, Brady is tapped for 295 passing yards and 2.2 touchdowns. Bank on it.
Dak is getting his receivers back and his OLine is starting to get better as well. Washington has a stout D, but it won’t matter against the array of talent Dallas puts on the field when healthy. 293 yards passing, 2 touchdowns, and a few running yards. Dak is back.
Any fantasy ranking system is only as good as its scouts. Rather than just depending on one guy, what if you could talk to all of the scouts from different platforms across the web and weigh their opinions based on how good they are? That’s what you will find at all Sports Talk Line Fantasy Rankings.
In short, Sports Talk Line aggregates rankings and projections from several sites on the web – most you already know, but not all. We record their rankings & projections and weight them based upon how accurate each source is throughout the seasons.
No site is the best across the board, so STL Rankings weight and rank each by position and type (weekly or draft rankings). So, for example, the best predictor of QB’s will have the most influence on our QB rankings. Likewise, the best predictor of RB’s will be most influential on our RB rankings and so forth. Thus our Fantasy Football Rankings Week 10 cheat sheet considers all these variables where you don’t get anywhere else!
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