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Top 10 Fantasy Quarterbacks for the 2024 Season

Here is list of the top ten best fantasy quarterbacks for the 2024 season

There is still quite some time until the upcoming fantasy football season, but it is important that we get ahead of the curve and decide what quarterbacks will be best to get for the upcoming draft

Here I will be counting down the top 10 Quarterbacks for the 2024-2025 Fantasy Football Season.

Note that this list is coming out very early and is subject to change depending on events that could take place in training camp or just during the offseason.

10. Joe Burrow

He will be coming off an injury this year, but he should be able to continue playing as a top-tier quarterback in the league. With his elite accuracy and Ja’Marr Chase as his wide receiver, he had to make the list. However, the brutal defenses in the AFC North, along with the fact he is coming off an injury, stops him from climbing higher in this top 10 list.

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9. Dak Prescott

Dak is under a lot of pressure to play well this year after yet another disappointing end to the season for the Cowboys, despite being third in fantasy points last season. He will need to have another MVP caliber season this year to meet expectations  With CeeDee Lamb at receiver, we should see another impressive season coming up.

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8. Jordan Love

Jordan Love played very well in the second half of the season, winning 6 of his last 8 regular season games, and elevating his play in the playoffs, as his team put up 48 points on what was considered a formidable defense by the Cowboys. This team will continue this year to improve with Jordan Love at the helm, and I see great strides being made this year for the QB.

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7. Anthony Richardson

Anthony Richardson had a great start to the year before tragically getting injured. I am confident he will continue to be the outstanding QB from last year if he stays healthy. Anthony Richardson has one of the higher ceilings of any fantasy quarterback this upcoming season.

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6. Kyler Murray

The Cardinals got a generational wide receiver talent in the draft this year with Marvin Harrison Jr. Trey McBride also came into his own during the second half of last season. If Kyler can stay healthy the entire season and continue to be a good duel threat quarterback I see him having a great year

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5. Cj Stroud

Stroud is coming off an elite rookie campaign with a great situation and an even more impressive roster than last season. Stefon Diggs underneath and Tank Dell over the top will be difficult to defend, and that needs to address Nico Collins, who had an impressive season last year. Although he finished outside the top ten last year I do not expect him to miss the top ten his sophomore year.

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4. Patrick Mahomes

The 3x Super Bowl Champion quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs is limited in weapons this year he is still the best quarterback in the league and will continue to play as such allowing him to be a top tier fantasy quarterback.

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3. Lamar Jackson

The 2x MVP Quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens now having Derrick Henry on the team will be a scary offense to deal with Henry running down the center and Lamar running outside. Along with that another year of Mark Andrews as a receiving option should bode well for Lamar. He ranked 4th last season despite missing a game. I believe that this year he will be an even better runner and I wouldn’t be suprised if he ended up higher than 3rd at the end of the season.

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2. Jalen Hurts

Despite losing Jason Kelce the tush push will still be effective, eagles will be looking to have a bounce-back year after a disappointing end to last season and I believe he will bounce back with a massive year. Last year he had the most passing yards, passing touchdowns, and rushing touchdowns of his career, but he also had by far more interceptions and less rushing yards than the previous year.

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1. Josh Allen

Despite losing Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis, he is still fully capable of being an elite fantasy quarterback. With his elite running ability and big arm, Josh Allen will continue to be the best fantasy quarterback in the NFL. Last year, he was the QB 1 in fantasy despite having 18 interceptions; this year, if he can reduce the number of interceptions, he will be even farther ahead of the pack as the best fantasy quarterback.

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Ethan Tucker

Ethan joined Sports Chat Place in 2024, but he has been playing fantasy football since elementary school. He has been able to garner 1st place finishes and hopes to help other win their leagues.

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