During this entire week, we will be releasing our 2022 fantasy football rankings. To begin, we have the fantasy rankings for quarterbacks.
We are officially in fantasy football draft season. Now is the time to do research, figure out which players you would like to target, and decide when it is acceptable to draft them. These rankings will help you figure out which players are worth drafting.
After we release the fantasy football rankings for all positions this week, we will also post printable fantasy football rankings that you can take with you to your fantasy football draft. They will have the rankings for all positions as well as the average draft position (ADP) of each player so you know when they are typically being selected. So, make sure you come back to FlurrySports to read our fantasy football articles and print out rankings before your draft!
While you’re at it, join our new fantasy football Facebook group called Fantasy Football by Committee! Whether you are looking to receive or give fantasy football advice this season, Fantasy Football by Committee is for you. Winning your fantasy league is tough enough, so don’t do it by yourself. At FFBC, we are building a fantasy football community to help everyone win their fantasy leagues!
Okay, enough babbling, let’s take a look at the 2022 fantasy football rankings for QBs this season!
Fantasy Football Rankings 2022: QBs
A common theme for the top five in these fantasy quarterback rankings is that mobile QBs are expected to do well for fantasy. Josh Allen, Lamar Jackson and Kyler Murray all fall into the category of “mobile quarterbacks,” though all three can rack up passing stats in a hurry as well.
Justin Herbert and Patrick Mahomes are two AFC West passers who are the true leaders of their teams. Both offenses should take a pass-heavy approach, they are surrounded by talented weapons, they are capable of moving the chains with their legs, and they play in a division with other fantastic offenses, which will put pressure on them to stay aggressive.
Of these top five, Murray is being selected last, with a 5.11 ADP in 12-team PPR leagues. Jackson is going just before him, at 4.10. If you are looking to draft one of these five QBs in your upcoming fantasy football draft, at their current ADPs, Murray and Jackson look to be the best values, in my opinion. While Allen is the QB1, 2.05 is far too early to select a QB, for me.