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Similarity Scores – The QB Similarity Scores App uses age and production to find seasons similar to the player in question. Then it uses those similar seasons to present a range of outcomes for the upcoming season.

Game-Level Similarity Projections – During the season, get game-specific range-of-outcome projections based on historical games between similar QBs and similar defenses.

Custom Quarterback Projections – Use our custom projection and draft optimizer tool to get quarterback projections specific to your league.

Quarterback Prospects – The QB Prospect Model – RotoDoc uses a statistical feature selection process to build a QB projection model. It provides a likelihood of success, and in testing, misclassified QBs just seven percent of the time. RotoDoc provides success odds for the incoming rookies, as well as 2016 draftees, and the complete data set for all QBs going back to 2007.

Tiered Rankings – Senior Fantasy Analyst Ben Gretch transforms rankings into tiers.

Quarterback Rankings

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Aaron Rodgers, GBP111132141122111111121111-
Tom Brady, NEP232521414241233232212322-
Drew Brees, NOS323213222313322323333234-
Russell Wilson, SEA444354335434454544444443-
Matt Ryan, ATL575174159113985565671011566105-
Kirk Cousins, WAS6861177116761091086910131488757-
Andrew Luck, IND75134198551756877714555141313812-
Cam Newton, CAR8614920587118515648138613795146-
Marcus Mariota, TEN91276997139711198121010611765879-
Ben Roethlisberger, PIT10911181114121081716611994149101111968-
Jameis Winston, TBB111615151411691313141891611119712107111711-
Andy Dalton, CIN1213161317121614141212111210131715861512141110-
Dak Prescott, DAL13101281513151561591714181215111581215121514-
Matthew Stafford, DET1415101261619-151077161415812171991410913-
Philip Rivers, SDC151497131013-121115201511167161691616151316-
Eli Manning, NYG16171916101814819162016171518161918161717161819-
Derek Carr, OAK171982081718-16141312132014121712181310171215-
Carson Palmer, ARI181817192124201210181910201319191819171920191917-
Tyrod Taylor, BUF1911181018610-18201714191717181314152219201621-
Carson Wentz, PHI20222221122023-21192121182321232123232118182020-
Sam Bradford, MIN21-21-162121-20-2223222423212021222022212218-
Blake Bortles, JAC2220-14221917--23-132419222022-20242624-23-
Joe Flacco, BAL23-2322-23--232118-2121-222320-1823232122-
Jay Cutler, MIA24212023242722-2222-22--20-24-212321-24--
Quarterbacks 7-18 are pretty interchangeable to me, as they are only separated by around 30 projected points top to bottom. - Jeremy Marin
Andrew Luck gets dinged here due to injury concerns, but it doesn't sound as though he'll be out for long. Tyrod Taylor and Blake Bortles both take a hit due to uncertainty about their roles. Both have top-10 upside, but could easily also not be starters for the entire season.

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