Lets take a look at who the top 10 Fantasy Football Quarterbacks of 2013 will be. These QB's Consistently put up big numbers and will help you win your Fantasy League.
Tony Romo- Go ahead and call Romo a choker or one who never comes through in the clutch. You may have a point, but when it comes to fantasy football, Romo is as steady as they come.
Colin Kaepernick- There is no disputing the talent Kaepernick possesses. Kaepernick has freakish athletic ability and is an equally adept passer and rusher when he runs with the ball in the 49ers spread offense.
Andrew Luck - Luck threw for a dazzling 4,374 yards and 23 touchdowns in his rookie campaign while also rushing for an additional five scores on the ground. As long as Luck cuts down on his interceptions (18), he should take the next step in his progression next year.
Matt Ryan - This past season, Ryan passed for a career-best 4,719 yards and 32 touchdowns. Ryan plays in a very pass-happy offense, and as long as he has Roddy White and Julio Jones to throw to, he’ll be a certain top-10 signal-caller to draft.
Matt Stafford - In the last two years, Stafford has passed for a whopping 10,005 passing yards. However, when you go from throwing for 41 touchdowns in 2011 to just 20 this past year, you’re bound to let some people down.
Tom Brady - Brady was once again phenomenal in 2012, passing for 4,827 yards and 34 touchdowns (to just eight interceptions), and to expect anything different in 2013 would be foolish.
Cam Newton - After struggling early amidst a sophomore slump, Newton surged to end the 2012 season and will once again be a quarterback to covet in the early rounds of drafts next summer.
Payton Manning - Manning returned to vintage form in his debut season in Denver, passing for 4,659 yards and throwing 37 touchdowns while registering a 105.8 passer rating in leading the Broncos to the playoffs.
Aaron Rodgers - Once again, Rodgers passed for over 4,000 yards (4,295) and threw for 39 touchdowns (six less than he had in 2011).
Drew Brees - Despite the lack of leadership from the Saints and all of the “Bountygate” turmoil surrounding him, Brees once again went about his business and put up some eye-popping stats (5,177 passing yards and 43 touchdowns).