1. Peyton Manning Colts: This is as obvious as it gets as Manning is the best quarterback in fantasy football as he racks up yardage and gets lots of touchdowns. Expect around 4200 yards and 32 touchdowns.
2. Carson Palmer Bengals: Palmer is now fully healthy from his horrible injury in 2005 and it will make all of his fantasy owners very happy. Carson also can distribute the ball but he loses red zone target Chris Henry to a 8 game suspension so his touchdown numbers might be down a little in the first half. Expect around 4100 yards and 28 touchdowns.
3. Tom Brady Patriots: Brady is always a solid fantasy quarterback as he get everybody involved and his receivers are much improved with the additions of Donte Stallworth and Randy Moss. Expect around 4000 yards and 26 touchdowns.
4. Drew Brees Saints: Brees was a late round selection in many drafts last year. That won’t happen again as Brees put up elite numbers with over 4400 yards and 30 touchdowns. If Devery Henderson steps up to replace Joe Horn Brees could have an even better season. expect around 4300 yards and 24 touchdowns.
5. Marc Bulger Rams: Bulger had a pro bowl year last year putting up over 4000 yards and 24 touchdowns. With Torry Holt and Steven Jackson to team up with him, expect more of the same this year like 4100 yards and 23 touchdowns.
6. Donovan McNabb Eagles: This pick is made assuming that McNabb is fully healthy and will start from the beggining of the season. The Eagles offense is very pass oriented so McNabb will certainly have his oppurtunities. Expect around 3800 yards and 21 touchdowns.
7. Vince Young Titans: I don’t think Young is a established passer yet but his running ability puts him here. His top two receivers left in free agency and the team didn’t exactly build around him in the offseason so expect around 2700 total yards and 19 touchdowns.
8. Matt Hasselbeck Seahawks: Hasselbeck was hurt for some of last year but had a good stretch of games that showes he is healthy. He lost his favorite target in Darrell Jackson but Deion Branch should replace that after a year knowing the system. Expect around 3600 yards and 20 touchdowns.
9. Philip Rivers Chargers: Many people were unsure about Rivers in the beggining of last season but that soon changed as opponents noticed they can’t just stop LT to win. Rivers has some solid targets plus all world tight end Antonio Gates. Expect around 3400 yards and 18 touchdowns.
10. Matt Leinart Cardinals: This is my sleeper of the group as I think a year of experince will benifit Leinart. Plus he has two pro bowl receivers to throw to in Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin. Expect around 3200 yards and 17 touchdowns.