The QB Heirarchy – Week 4

Each week we will release “The Hierarchy” for each position. The Hierarchy will release players rank according to where we at NoHuddle believe they will fall for that particular week using a tiered system. The higher the tier, the better off, the lower the tier, the more you want to stay away from those players. All rankings are based on upcoming opponent, past performances, and projections for the current week. Here we go:
The Kings: (Represent the Elite at their position for the week- Top End QBs)

1. Aaron Rodgers vs CHI

2. Tom Brady vs CAR
The Princes: (Represent the QBs that should still perform at QB1 levels):

3. Drew Brees @ MIA

4. Russell Wilson vs IND

5. Matt Ryan vs BUF

6. Dak Prescott vs LAR

7. Marcus Mariota @ HOU

8. Kirk Cousins @ KC

9. Phillip Rivers vs PHI

10. Trevor Siemian vs OAK

11. Matthew Stafford @ MIN

12. Jameis Winston vs NYG
The Dukes: (Represent the QBs that should perform at QB2 levels with a chance to sneak into Prince and King territory)

13. Carson Palmer vs SF

14. Carson Wentz @ LAC

15. Ben Roethlisberger @ BAL
The Marquess: (Represent QBs that should perform at a solid QB2 level):

16. Derek Carr @ DEN

17. Tyrod Taylor @ ATL

18. Andy Dalton @ CLE

19. Deshaun Watson vs TEN

20. Alex Smith vs WAS

21. Jared Goff @ DAL

22. Eli Manning @ TB
The Barons: (Represents the QBs that are the most desperate of all starts and in all likelihood, we are trying to avoid deploying in our lineup)

23. Cam Newton @ NE

24. Blake Bortles @ NYJ

25. DeShone Kizer vs CIN

26. Brian Hoyer @ ARI

27. Case Keenum vs DET

28. Joe Flacco vs PIT

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