Our NFL Fantasy Rankings are back again as we take a look at the Top 10 sleepers at quarterback in 2014. Here is a full breakdown of QBs you’ll want to target in the later rounds of your draft.
NOTE: Johnny Football alert! As we know, everyone loves the Manziel Mania, even with the Browns’ signing of Rex Grossman!
QB, Baltimore Ravens
Flacco doesn’t have a huge history of putting up the big numbers, but the addition of Steve Smith Sr. could work wonders. Don’t look now, but I wouldn’t be shocked if Flacco has a career year.
QB, New York Giants
Just because he’s a well-known name in the DirecTV world doesn’t mean people love him in Fantasy Football. Don’t sleep on Manning, as he could be a very valuable backup this season.
QB, Tennessee Titans
Locker has another offseason under his belt, and will be looking to take a big step forward this year. I expect the improved offensive line to play a big role in the offense’s success this year.
QB, Houston Texans
He’s going to get the snaps this year, Fitzpatrick just has to prove he can stay turnover-free. If he didn’t have the interception issue, he’d be ranked near the top of this list.
QB, New York Jets
Smith’s 2013 wasn’t impressive, but very few rookies thrive in their first year as a starter. I expect Smith to be much improved this year. Watch Eric Decker as a good combo in a tough spot this year.
QB, Kansas City Chiefs
Smith is in the “sleeper” category due to his sub-par stat-sheets. If you’re in a pinch and need a QB, Smith has the potential to come through for you with guys like Jamaal Charles reeling in passes from the backfield, potentially breaking a big play.
QB, Oakland Raiders
Schaub isn’t a bad quarterback – let’s not forget what he did a few years back. Greg Little and James Jones will prove to be big targets in 2014.
QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
McCown can sling it, and if he gets a healthy 16 games in this season, his stat lines will be eye-popping week after week. Grab him when you feel comfortable, because it’ll pay off if all goes as planned in Tampa Bay.
QB, Arizona Cardinals
Palmer shouldn’t scare you this year, no matter what some “experts” say. He has the tools and balanced scheme in Arizona…expect a potentially breakout year for the 34-year-old QB.
QB, Cleveland Browns
It’s Johnny Football…do we need an explanation here?