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Despite a disappointing end to his 2012 season, Aaron Rodgers still tops the 2013 Fantasy PPR QB Rankings.
Even though the Super Bowl literally ended just days ago, the National Football League is a year-round sport and so is fantasy football. Therefore, despite the fact that the 2013 season is still a good eight months away, it is never too early to take a stab at ranking the top 25 fantasy football quarterbacks for the 2013 season.
One thing I found interesting while putting together these rankings was the overwhelming presence of young quarterbacks in the rankings. Heck there are three second-year players in the top 12 as well as two third year players, meaning that five of the top 12 fantasy quarterbacks for next season have been in the league less than two years.
Yet, this should not be surprising, the NFL is a young man’s game and with the influx of the spread offense, which has become so rampant in the college game, young quarterbacks are able to assimilate into the league ...
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With the conclusion of Super Bowl XLVII, it’s time to preview the 2013 NFL fantasy football quarterback landscape.
1. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers): In his fifth season as the starter, the former first-round pick (24th overall in 2005) continued to pile up the numbers, throwing for 4,295 yards and 39 touchdowns to just eight interceptions with a career-high 371 completions...