Poll: Vote Which Fantasy Football Quarterback You Trust Most in 2014

Poll: Vote Which Fantasy Football Quarterback You Trust Most in 2014

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If faced with having to draft either Tom Brady, Matt Ryan or Robert Griffin III for your primary fantasy football quarterback in 2014, who would you choose?

Tom Brady, quarterback, New England Patriots ranked 14th last year in fantasy points with 4,343 passing yards, 25 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. While Brady took a stumble downwards in fantasy value last season, he could be ready for a rebound this year. He’s got a rapport now with his younger receivers and hopefully a healthier Rob Gronkowski returning. Brady is a polished quarterback who always seems to make the best of who he has. Do you trust that he’ll redeem himself this season?

Matt Ryan, quarterback, Atlanta Falcons ranked 15th last season and finished with 4,515 passing yards, 26 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. Even without his star wide receiver, Julio Jones who missed most of the season, Ryan put up respectable stats. It would appear that Jones is returning healthy, as is Roddy White, so it would be safe to assume that Ryan could even rank higher this season. Do we see to potential to have Ryan returning to a top-10 status in 2014?

Robert Griffin III, quarterback, Washington Redskins ranked 18th in 2013 with 3,203 passing yards, 489 rushing yards, 16 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Obviously the more youthful of these choices, will RGIII improve this season under a new coaching system? The addition of DeSean Jackson should help RGIII also as a reliable target. Does RGIII have what it takes to reward better fantasy numbers than last season?

Each quarterback has the chance, in my opinion to earn their way back into the top-10 by the end of 2014. If you had to select one of these three fantasy football quarterbacks, who do you trust to reward the most fantasy points to your team?

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