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New World Order
GENE MENEZ
October 30, 2006
Since Week 1, the hierarchy of quarterbacks has changed many times over. For fantasy owners, here are the indispensable, up-to-date passer rankings based on performance in the first half of the season and potential to produce over the remaining nine weeks
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October 30, 2006

New World Order

Since Week 1, the hierarchy of quarterbacks has changed many times over. For fantasy owners, here are the indispensable, up-to-date passer rankings based on performance in the first half of the season and potential to produce over the remaining nine weeks

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The rookie from Toledo passed for four touchdowns in his first two starts before being shut out by the Eagles. Owners should beware: Gradkowski faces the Steelers, Falcons and Bears down the stretch.

25. MARK BRUNELL, Redskins [NEUTRAL ARROW] [?]

Coach Joe Gibbs defended Brunell last week and said he would not start backup Jason Campbell. "Right now, I don't think that's the answer," Gibbs said. But if the Redskins keep losing, the temptation to play Campbell may send Brunell to the bench.

26. J.P. LOSMAN, Bills [ARROW DOWN]

The 2004 first-rounder has turned the ball over eight times (five picks, three fumbles) in the past three games, yet coach Dick Jauron says, "I do believe J.P. is progressing." The numbers say otherwise.

27. DAMON HUARD, Chiefs [NEUTRAL ARROW] [?]

He's had three good outings and two bad ones, and it's unlikely that he'll keep the job when Trent Green returns from his concussion.

28. STEVE MCNAIR, Ravens [ARROW DOWN] [HAMMER] [+]

Knocked out of his last game (Week 6 at Carolina) with a concussion and neck sprain, he's not expected to miss any starts--which may not be a good thing considering he ranks near the bottom in passer rating (64.1).

29. VINCE YOUNG, Titans [NEUTRAL ARROW]

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