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Average Fantasy PPG for QB (1 Viewer)

David Yudkin

Footballguy
For those that put stock in PPG as a key indicator, here are the Top 50 in PPG (0 pts per reception) including all games played over the past 3 years (no minimum games played). Passing TD = 4 pts, INT = -1 pt.

1 Daunte Culpepper 23.61

2 Peyton Manning 21.53

3 Marc Bulger 20.26

4 Donovan McNabb 20.21

5 Trent Green 18.8

6 Neil O'Donnell 18.5

7 Matt Hasselbeck 18.28

8 Jake Plummer 18.13

9 Tom Brady 18.11

10 Aaron Brooks 18.09

11 Carson Palmer 17.58

12 Brett Favre 17.48

13 Steve McNair 17.44

14 Michael Vick 17.24

15 Drew Brees 16.78

16 Kerry Collins 16.77

17 Jake Delhomme 16.65

18 Ryan Fitzpatrick 16.31

19 Jeff Garcia 15.97

20 Chad Pennington 15.56

21 Brian Griese 15.28

22 Ben Roethlisberger 15.24

23 Byron Leftwich 15.17

24 Kurt Warner 14.84

25 Jon Kitna 14.59

26 Drew Bledsoe 14.13

27 Eli Manning 14.07

28 David Carr 13.94

29 Mark Brunell 13.34

30 Brad Johnson 13.29

31 Vinny Testaverde 13.12

32 Quinn Gray 13.1

33 Quincy Carter 13.08

34 Joey Harrington 12.84

35 Patrick Ramsey 12.45

36 Rich Gannon 12.43

37 Billy Volek 12.34

38 Anthony Wright 12.26

39 Kelly Holcomb 12.2

40 Josh McCown 12.11

41 Jay Fiedler 11.78

42 Kyle Boller 11.57

43 Kordell Stewart 11.35

44 David Garrard 10.98

45 Tommy Maddox 10.95

46 Tim Rattay 10.91

47 Doug Flutie 10.76

48 Rex Grossman 10.73

49 Charlie Frye 10.3

50 Jeff Blake 10.29

 

The Shizzle

Footballguy
So that includes Ryan Fitzpatricks sweet stats at Harvard right? All his TD passes to Carl Morris.

Didn't he only have that one game where he came from behind? It seems his other starts were filled with picks, fumbles and a TD run in each. The ranking seems generous.

 

CalBear

Footballguy
So that includes Ryan Fitzpatricks sweet stats at Harvard right? All his TD passes to Carl Morris.

Didn't he only have that one game where he came from behind? It seems his other starts were filled with picks, fumbles and a TD run in each. The ranking seems generous.
The ranking is just a number. You decide what it means.
 

AB in DC

Footballguy
6 Neil O'Donnell 18.5

18 Ryan Fitzpatrick 16.31

32 Quinn Gray 13.1

33 Quincy Carter 13.08

36 Rich Gannon 12.43

47 Doug Flutie 10.76

50 Jeff Blake 10.29
Eight-game minimum, please...
 

radballs.

Footballguy
So that includes Ryan Fitzpatricks sweet stats at Harvard right? All his TD passes to Carl Morris.

    Didn't he only have that one game where he came from behind? It seems his other starts were filled with picks, fumbles and a TD run in each. The ranking seems generous.
The ranking is just a number. You decide what it means.
:goodposting: Where you been bro? Been missing your commentary. :banned:
 

Bri

Footballguy
Quinn Gray? Not ringing a bell, Jonathan Quinn and his brother Mike?...Quinn Gray? Anyone?

David, nice work on all these threads, very interesting

 

UnknownCoach

Footballguy
Most important fact is that there is only a 3 ppg difference between number 5 and number 19. If you cant get Manning or McNabb then you shouldnt be drafting a QB in the early rounds of 2006.

 

radballs.

Footballguy
Most important fact is that there is only a 3 ppg difference between number 5 and number 19. If you cant get Manning or McNabb then you shouldnt be drafting a QB in the early rounds of 2006.
I couldn't agree more depending on the scoring system.
 

ImTheScientist

Footballguy
Matt Hasselbeck needs to be talked about as a top 5 QB next year!
what if they lose Alexander? Would that change your opinion?
Losing Alexander would not change my mind. I am of the thinking that Alexander is good, not great. The o-line is great. The person who replaces Alexander will rush for 1,500 yards and 10+ TD's.
 

stbugs

Footballguy
Most important fact is that there is only a 3 ppg difference between number 5 and number 19. If you cant get Manning or McNabb then you shouldnt be drafting a QB in the early rounds of 2006.
I couldn't agree more depending on the scoring system.
Absolutely agree. The past two years I took my starting QBs in the last rounds that I could (keepers/have to draft starters and one backup before drafting any position). In 2004 I got Aaron Brooks and last year I got Tom Brady. They both did more than well enough and were available much later than the rest of the QBs. Manning went #3 overall and Brady went in the 6th round. Until we go to 2 starting QBs or remove the PPR rule, I will never take a QB early.
 

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