The top three or four names on this list are relatively interchangable when healthy. These guys should be within 15-20 points of each other when the season ends.
1. Drew Brees- Drew is going into the season with the same weapons he won it all with last year with the exception of running back Mike Bell who signed with Philly. We can expect a line of Comp/Att: 355/502, Pass Yards: 4500, TDS: 36, Int: 13 Bye Week: 10
2. Aaron Rodgers- Aaron Rodgers has quickly emerged as a top fantasy QB over the past three years (and personally he and Jamaal Charles saved my season last year). With the addition of OL Brian Bulaga that should help giving Aaron more time to unload the ball and reduce his sack total. Look for Comp/Att: 338/512, Pass: 4150, TD: 32, Int: 12, Bye: 10
3. Peyton Manning-Peyton is still the best QB in the game but with his line getting older he will have a little less time behind center to unload the ball. He still has Wayne, Clark, Garcon, and a healthy Anthony Gonzales to throw to. This should be a pretty Manningesqe season. Comp/Att: 400/575 Pass: 4300, TD:32, INT: 20, BYE: 7
4. Tom Brady- Tom may be getting old but he still has Randy Moss and at some point will have Wes Welker back so he will have a solid fantasy year, but maybe not a winning season.
5. Phillip Rivers- Phillip lost a key goal line piece in LDT but, replaced him with rookie Ryan Mathews. He will have issues if OT McNeill and WR Jackson holdout otherwise he is looking at another 3800+ yards.
6. Brett Favre- After the best statistical season of his career Brett will come back to earth a little bit; but not too much. Harvin and Berrian will keep defenses on their toes while AP and rookie Toby Gearheart run wild.
7. Matt Schaub- As long as Schaub has Andre Johnson he is a valuable starter. If he can get some help with the running game his job will be alot easier. Auburn running back Tate should be a big help.
8. Tony Romo- They added a huge receiver to his collection in Dez Bryant which can't hurt and he pairs with Miles Austin, Jason Witten, and maybe Roy Williams can hold on to a pass (and not be a waste of a roster spot).
9. Jay Cutler- He still has no weapons but, he can throw the ball a mile.
10. Eli Manning- If the running game improves his numbers will be less gaudy but, he has some weapons in Smith, Nicks, Manningham, and Boss.
Best of the Rest:
11. Donovon McNabb- New team, new coach, new weapons, but he is getting old. He is still good so I expect a solid season.
12. Chad Henne- They gave up Ted Ginn and all of his speed but they did get this guy Brandon Marshall so he will be ok.
13. Kevin Kolb- He started two games last season and amassed nearly 800 yards...don't expect it again this rookie will go through his initiation this year but has weapons to put up some numbers with Desean Jackson, Maclin, and Celek.
14. Joe Flacco- Giving him Boldin to pair with Derrick Mason was a good start then adding Donte Stallworth and drafting Demetrious Williams helped alot more. New QB coach Zorn should help too.
15.Matt Ryan- Matty Ice had an up and down season and the Falcons did not do too much to help him. GOOD LUCK Matt.
Sleepers: Chad Henne MIA, Kevin Kolb PHI,Matt Stafford DET
Deep Sleepers: Brady Quinn DEN, Mark Sanchez NYJ
Bust:Matt Moore CAR, Matt Cassel KC
Rookie to Watch: Sam Bradford STL and Tim Tebow DEN