Quarterback Rankings – 2022 Fantasy Football

Jun 17- 5 min read

Quarterback Rankings – 2022 Fantasy Football

To long time fantasy football managers, the quarterback rankings and the quarterback position may feel like one of the least important to your team. At least from the perspective of the draft. They don’t typically go in the first two rounds and you can find value in the later rounds. That’s beginning to change though, especially with the rise of SuperFlex leagues.

These are the top point producers in fantasy football, Tom Brady had more fantasy points then Jonathan Taylor last season. Getting one of the top performing players at this position is one less thing you have to worry about on the waiver wire. Streaming this position requires making the right decision week in and week out on low ceiling players, it’s a gamble.

Let’s take a look at our top-35 quarterback rankings for the 2022 fantasy football season. If you’re new, be sure to subscribe to the OwnersBox YouTube channel check out our running back rankings for 2022.

Quarterback Rankings

Rank Player Team
1 Josh Allen BUF
2 Lamar Jackson BAL
3 Justin Herbert LAC
4 Kyler Murray ARI
5 Patrick Mahomes KC
6 Jalen Hurts PHI
7 Dak Prescott DAL
8 Joe Burrow CIN
9 Russell Wilson DEN
10 Aaron Rodgers GB
11 Tom Brady TB
12 Trey Lance SF
13 Matthew Stafford LAR
14 Kirk Cousins MIN
15 Derek Carr LVR
16 Justin Fields CHI
17 Daniel Jones NYG
18 Tua Tagovailoa MIA
19 Jameis Winston NO
20 Trevor Lawrence JAX
21 Ryan Tannehill TEN
22 Zach Wilson NYJ
23 Deshaun Watson CLE
24 Matt Ryan IND
25 Mac Jones NE
26 Baker Mayfield CLE
27 Marcus Mariota ATL
28 Jared Goff DET
29 Davis Mills HOU
30 Mitchell Trubisky PIT
31 Kenny Pickett PIT
32 Tyler Huntley BAL
33 Drew Lock SEA
34 Jimmy Garoppolo SF
35 Sam Darnold CAR


Who Can Be The QB1 Overall?

Josh Allen has been the QB1 overall in back-to-back seasons now, his rushing ability gives him one of the best floors in fantasy football. But who else has the ability to finish as the best quarterback in fantasy football in 2022?

We’ll start with the rushing quarterbacks, Lamar Jackson, Kyler Murray, Jalen Hurts and Trey Lance. Because of the ability these four players have with their legs they cannot be ruled out as QB1 finishers. They can rush for 600+ yards and add another 3500+ yards passing, something quarterbacks like Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Kirk Cousins cannot.

There are three other quarterbacks I see having a chance to finish as the #1 overall quarterback in fantasy this season. Those players are Justin Herbert, Patrick Mahomes and Russell Wilson. Each of these guys are incredibly explosive passers but also will pitch in 300+ yards rushing. This blend gives them enough upside to be the best at the position in 2022.


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