5 Fantasy Football Quarterbacks Who Will Rock in 2007

1. Peyton Manning – Indianapolis Colts

Every year, Peyton Manning comes out and passes like there is no tomorrow. His 31 touchdowns were the best in the league in 2006, and his 4,397 passing yards were second only two Drew Brees. Yes, Brandon Stokley is gone, but rookie Anthony Gonzales should do fine in his absence, and with receivers Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, and tight end Dallas Clarke returning in 2007, Peyton Manning will stay on top of his game.

2. Carson Palmer – Cincinnati Bengals

Talented, but troubled receiver Chris Henry will miss 8 games, but that doesn’t mean Carson Palmer will miss a beat, especially when he can throw the ball to guys like Chad “Ocho Cinco” Johnson, and T.J. Houshmandzadeh. Last year, he passed for 4,035 yards and 28 touchdowns, and with a solid running game to keep defenses off balance, there is no reason why Palmer won’t post similar numbers.

3. Marc Bulger – Saint Louis Rams

When Scott Linehan became the head coach of the Saint Louis Rams in 2006, there was no surprise Marc Bulger would air it out. After all, Daunte Culpepper had great seasons when Linehan was offensive coordinator in Minnesota, and even Gus Ferotte faired well in Miami when Linehan held the same position in Miami. Now that Marc Bulger has had a year to ingest Linehan’s offensive system, don’t be too shocked if he improves on his 2006 performance, in which he passed for 4,301 yards and 24 touchdowns.

4. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints

Drew Brees showed he wasn’t finished piling up the numbers in 2006, when he passed for a league leading 4,418 yards and 26 touchdowns for a New Orleans team that was down and out. With speedy young ราคาบอลสเต็ป ufabet receivers Marques Colston and Devery Henderson, and with a one two punch at running back with Deuce McAllister and Reggie Bush who can both catch passes out of the backfield, defenses will have a hard time stopping the cool Brees.

5. Tom Brady – New England Patriots

Tom Brady has only broken the 4,000 yard passing mark once in his career, but has passed for at least 23 touchdowns in each of the last five years. The amazing thing is that he has accomplished this without a franchise receiver, and now he has one in Randy Moss, not too mention speedster Dante Stallworth. Look for Brady to break the 4,000 yard passing plateau for the second time in his career, and don’t be too surprised if he tops his career high of 28 touchdown passes.