The best news of the week for fantasy football owners is that there are few QBs who have been worse than Sam Bradford and Josh McCown.
But, of course, that is just one of the many reasons why you should be worried about the rest of the league’s quarterbacks this season.
Here’s how to avoid those QBs in the red zone this season: 1.
Sam Bradford Sam Bradford has been one of football’s most dominant quarterbacks throughout his career, but he’s been prone to poor performance at the end of games.
Bradford has completed just 36 percent of his passes, which is a career low.
The Eagles QB also has a terrible average completion percentage (7.9 percent), a passer rating of 120.8 and a sack rate of 5.3 percent.
The only QB in the league with more than 10 sacks this season is Tom Brady.
Bradford’s completion percentage is the highest of any QB this season, and his overall QB rating is at career lows.
That means Bradford is completing just a bit more than a quarter of his attempts when he’s leading the NFL in completion percentage.
But Bradford has never been a good enough quarterback to turn those completions into touchdowns, so he is far from the only quarterback to struggle.
In fact, Bradford’s passer rating has dipped to 107.7 in the past three weeks.
Bradford needs to play well enough to avoid another season like this.
He also needs to have a solid Week 4 to help stabilize the Eagles passing game.
McCown McCown has been a bust as a starter this season for the New York Jets.
The Jets have lost three of their past four games, including a blowout loss to the Arizona Cardinals last week.
But they have still managed to win seven of their last nine games, which puts them in the top five in fantasy points per game (8.2) and fifth in total offense (5,664 yards).
The Jets QB has completed an impressive 63 percent of passes for 1,099 yards, three touchdowns and four interceptions this season and has a passer ratings of 102.9 and a DVOA of 26.4 percent.
That puts him in a strong spot to continue to get favorable matchups in the playoffs.
That doesn’t mean the Jets QB is necessarily a bad QB.
His completion percentage and DVOA have been good enough to allow him to get plenty of favorable matchups, and he has a decent shot at winning a playoff game.
But if he doesn’t start to get better, the Jets will likely be a team in need of some help in the passing game this season — and that includes a quarterback.
Bradford and McCown are in the same boat.
They have the same number of interceptions this year, the same total yards and touchdowns, and they’re both in a similar situation with a weak offensive line.
The combination of Bradford and the Jets offensive line should force Bradford to play a lot better, but the Jets have only a few games left before the playoffs, and the team’s quarterback situation will certainly determine if the Jets can make the playoffs in the coming weeks.
Josh McCay McCay is an absolute stud in his own right.
The Philadelphia Eagles’ QB has been sensational in his past two starts, finishing with a passer and a passer efficiency rating of over 100.
McCay has completed 71 percent of the passes he’s thrown this season to go along with 454 yards and two touchdowns.
His overall completion percentage of 65.3 is the best of any quarterback this season with a higher percentage (71.4).
He also has an NFL-high passer rating, which gives him a solid chance of being the best QB in fantasy football.
McCary’s average completion rate is now at career highs, and that means he’s completing more than 30 percent of those passes.
However, his completion percentage has dropped to just 46.6 percent in the three games since the start of the season, a career-low mark.
McCable also has one of his worst completion percentages in a single game, finishing 21-of-29 for 232 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.
McCabay’s passer efficiency ratings are also down this season from last year, with an NFL average of 91.7.
That’s the third-lowest of any starting quarterback this year.
He’s also allowing the fifth-highest completion percentage to opposing defenses.
McCombs ability to throw in the air is also one of its biggest weaknesses.
McCams touchdown-to-interception ratio of 6.7 is the lowest of any player this season in the four games since Week 2, which includes his three-touchdown performance against the Minnesota Vikings.
McComb is only going to get more opportunities to score on defense this season if the Eagles continue to allow quarterbacks to go through the air and throw it over the middle.
Josh Freeman Josh Freeman has been phenomenal for the Atlanta Falcons this season despite being one of their worst quarterbacks in fantasy terms. Freeman