Rankings: QB - Week 21
    February 1, 2008 @ 04:25:58 PDT

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KFFL RANKINGS KEY

FAN POS - Where the player should rate on a fantasy roster. Examples:
1 - Rated No. 1 fantasy player on fantasy roster
2 - Rated No. 2 fantasy player on fantasy roster
3 - Rated No. 3 fantasy player on fantasy roster
3 or Inj/Bye - Rated as a No. 3 or injury/Bye week replacement on a fantasy roster (depending on league size or roster situation). Player is either a regular No. 3 or should be played if your starter is injured or on a Bye. This is done to signify a situational match up vs. a typical No. 3 who should be started.
Bench - Not recommended as a starting option

INJ-TBD - Signifies the player is injured and his playing status has yet to be determined.
INJ-PUP - Signifies player is injured and currently on the Physically Unable to Perform list. The player will not be able to play until the team activates him from this list.
INJ-NFI - Signifies player is injured and currently on the Non-Football Injury list. The player will not be able to play until the team activates him from this list.

GTD - Signifies a game-time or game-day decision to be made on the player.

There are a few other variations as well, depending on the match ups each week.
Tier - Grouping of players with the point that players in the same tier may be moved up or down by the end user if he favors one over the other. Player values within each tier can be viewed as similar/close to each other.
SP - Player has an ideal match up and is expected to exceed typical production. However, keep in mind tier rankings. For example, a "strong play" in tier five does not exceed a "weak play" in tier three.
WP - Player has a poor match up and is not expected to meet typical production. However, keep in mind tier rankings. For example, a "weak play" in tier three shouldn't be benched for a "strong play" in tier five.

Free Agent Breakdown
FA - Player who could be available on your league's free agent wire and should be considered as a player to acquire if you need help at the specific position.
FA-WL - Player who could be available on your league's free agent wire and should be watched closely, as he may be worthy of acquiring soon if you need help at the specific position.
FA-OW - Player who could be available on your league's free agent wire and should be considered as a pickup for a one-week play. In other words, the player has a solid match up for the coming week and would only be a short-term option.

Rnk Chng Breakdown
NR - Player was not ranked prior to the initial ranking release.
UP-X - Player has moved up the rankings since the previous update and the number (X) indicates where he was last ranked.
DN-X - Player has moved down the rankings since the previous update and the number (X) indicates where he was last ranked.

Statistics - displayed statistics cover the past four weeks (three to four games).

RKFan PosTierRnk ChngQuarterbacksTMVs.TM PosSPWPFAGPass TDRun TDPass YdsRun YdsPass ComPass AttPass IntCom %Rush Att
111 Eli ManningNYG@NE1   4808531975117164.18
211 Tom BradyTom Brady newsNENYG1   370827-580103377.78

INJURY DEFINITIONS

  • P - Probable - player has a 75 percent chance of playing
  • Q - Questionable - player has a 50 percent chance of playing
  • D - Doubtful - player has a 25 percent chance of playing
  • O - Out - player is not going to play
  • IR - Injured Reserve - player is out for the remainder of the season
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