MUNTRADAMUS BOOT CAMP FANTASY FOOTBALL\nQB HAIKU & RANKINGS\n \n\nBy Muntradamus\n\nBEAST DOME NATION.\n\nOfficial Move in Date is Saturday. Look out for a Post Sunday Night.\n\nJust a reminder to let everyone here know that my life is on the right track and I am on the Right Path in Life.\nLAKERS DRAFT PARTY QUALIFIED via FANDUEL\n\r\n\nQB HAIKU & RANKINGS\nToo early for anything to be official this is just a snap shot of what we can expect from each player. There are going to be injuries and trades from here through July, lets just see what the Sheep are offering us and what players stand out as Steals and Superstars.\nMUNTRADAMUS vs. ECR\nELI MANNING #4 (ECR #17)\nDEREK CARR #6 (ECR #12)\nMATT STAFFORD #9 (ECR #15)\n\nBEAST\nTOM BRADY - NE\nBrady has so many weapons this year with the addition of Cooks and a healthy Gronk. Brady could easily go for 50+ TD he is a Hall of Fame player who makes every player around him a Superstar. The Patriots are the best team in Football, Tom Brady is the best player in Football.\nAARON RODGERS - GB\nNo more Fat Lacy back their taking carries. The Packers are going all in on throwing the ball this year even going with T.Y. MontyG as the Full-Time RB (Will split time with Cobb back there more than people think). The weapons are healthy and the addition of Martellus Bennett gives Aaron Rodgers the best chance for his best season.\nELITE\nDREW BREES - NO\nLosing Cooks hurts, but the addition of Adrian Peterson will open up things for Brees that nobody saw possible. Ted Ginn Jr. brings a lot of the same weapons that Cooks possess. Between Snead and Michael Thomas with Fleener pitching in, Drew Brees is still going to be putting up Drew Brees numbers.\nELI MANNING - NYG\nThe addition of Brandon Marshall gives Eli Manning the best 1-2 WR punch in the NFL with Odell Beckham Jr. When you add Sterling Shepard in the slot and Evan Engram at TE. The Giants offense is going to be impossible to stop through the air. Shane Vereen should earn a HUGE role with this team and will be one of the most lethal PPR options giving Eli Manning an almost guaranteed career year. Ben McAdoo and Eli have a connection that ranks among the best in the league.\nDEREK CARR - OAK\nThe addition of Marshawn Lynch means less TDs near the redzone for Carr. DC has Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree easily one of the best 1-2 Punches in the league. Jared Cook was a HUGE addition and the slot WRs of Seth Roberts and Cord Patterson will make Oakland vintage. With defenses stacking the box against Lynch, Carr will return to his 3-4 TD form with an easy 300+ every week.\nJAMEIS WINSTON - TB\nDesean Jackson is going to make Jameis Winston look like a star. Defenses will have to shadow D-Jax deep, same with Mike Evans on the other side who is easily one of the best WRs in the game. Throw in OJ Howard who gives Winston his best TE option he has had, the role ASJ could have had if he stayed clean. Winston is in for a BEAST season with tons of weapons, only concern, will they allow Winston to throw 40+ times a game or run the ball all game with any lead they get. Rushing numbers with Winston also big boost. Addition of D-Jax will give Winston more game breaking running plays.\nMATT RYAN - ATL\nNew OC could be a downfall, hopefully they just let Matt Ryan run the show who was unstoppable last season. With Julio Jones healthy, Ryan is guaranteed his typical Fantasy BEAST numbers, however do not be surprised to see a little more tilt towards the run game.\n\n \nGOOD\nPHILIP RIVERS - LAC\nRivers has more weapons than any QB in the NFL. 4 Deep at WR. 2 Deep at TE. Something LA can get excited about as far as Passing Touchdowns with Goff as the Rival QB. Rivers will look to be the Hollywood story every Monday Morning with his 3 TD performances.\nMATTHEW STAFFORD - DET\nNo doubting Stafford as a talent and he will be able to recover from no Anquan Boldin. Stafford was really hurt by a lack of a running game and at times the Lions offense was dropping passes at an alarming rate. The O-Line is great, the RB system is strong, Stafford has his weapons to make things happen. Only thing missing is Megatron that would rank him in the BEAST category. Lions offense needs that star.\nDAK PRESCOTT - DAL\nDak was in full control every time he stepped on the field. His passing numbers are really leaning on Dez, but his rushing ability makes him dynamic. Dak will only get better in his 2nd year and will also have a healthy Dez so we should the arrow point up. Rumor has it more Zeke in the passing game, which would move Dak even higher.\nCAM NEWTON - CAR\nHard to rank Cam Newton this low, but he was throwing like Vince Young last season. Cam was not accurate at all and the loss of Ted Ginn Jr is a big one as Teddy would save Cam some weeks and was a huge threat during his MVP season. Cam is too beat up to run like he used too. He can still run, but definitely not at the same level.\nANDREW LUCK - IND\nHorrible O-Line, Bicep Surgery on throwing arm. Luck will be a warrior but a warrior can only take so many hits and mileage. Colts need to throw to win, get ready to cringe a lot on every hit while watching Luck and the Colts.\nBIG BEN - PIT\nWeather gets cold to close out the season and Steelers only have 1 indoor game from November - December. While Big Ben should start hot in the end when it is most important he will not.\nMARCUS MARIOTA - TEN\nThe addition of Eric Decker makes Super Mariota a man with more weapons than a lot of QBs can handle. This could easily be his Heisman Year in the NFL and with his ability to run the upside could make him an every week Top 5 QB. The O-Line is BEAST. The WRs are athletic and phyiscal, and Mario can run.\nRUSSELL WILSON - SEA\nRussell will give it his all, but the Seahawks are stacked at RB with the addition of Fat Lacy. Do not be surprised to see the Seahawks run a lot this season and really preserve Wilson and that passing game to situations when they really need it. Baldwin and Graham is a great 1-2 punch but the Seahawks will win games with running the Football with their Bad O-Line if they can. Russell should run again in 2017..Lets see how he looks in the\nQB2 STATUS\nKIRK COUSINS - WASH\nTerrelle Pryor is going to have to do a lot of lifting for Cousins to be a Stud in 2017. Losing D-Jax and Garcon was big, but he still has Jordan Reed and Crowder who were vital in his success. Cousins could be on the downslide now that he got his big pay day.\nTREVOR SIEMIAN - DEN\nSiemian is ready to take his game to the next level after a great 1st year starting. There is rumors swirling it is an open QB job, which would be a bad move. Siemian is the next Rich Gannon and with D-Thom\/Emmanuel Sanders, Siemian can throw for 300 Yards every week. SET SIEMIAN FREE will be a big theme of our preseason.\nTYROD TAYLOR - BUF\nTyGod can be exciting and we will see if he tooks his game to the next level this preseason. Sammy Watkins is healthy and the addition of Tay Jones and Andre Holmes gives Taylor the best weapons he has ever worked with. His rushing numbers at times can remind us of vintage Mike Vick.\nJOE FLACCO - BAL\nFlacco will get the passing numbers every week, but losing SSS was a big blow. Jeremy Maclin does help with the wound and his counterpart Mike Wallace make the all 2012 Team. We will see how it all plays out, Danny Woodhead off of knee surgery, Breshard Perriman needs to step up. Lots of questions, Flacco is a QB who can provide the answers with his talent.\nANDY DALTON - CIN\nDalton is reliable, AJ Green gets him his numbers and Eifert is healthy. The addition of John Ross and Joe Mixon are two more playmakers that can give Dalton big numbers on every touch.\nBLAKE BORTLES - JAX\nLets see how Bortles looks during preseason. Last season it seemed like the Space Jam All-Stars stole his talent, we will see if Bortles got it back. Great weapons in the passing game and Leonard will open up tons of space.\nRYAN TANNEHILL - MIA\nTannehill has weapons but the Dolphins are going to win games by running the Football. With Jay Ajayi so dominating and eatting up the clock, Tannehill does not need to throw the ball 40 times like he used to.\nCARSON WENTZ - PHI\nAlshon Jeffery is the best WR Wentz has ever had. Even with mediocre talent outside of Jordan Matthews, Wentz still put up respectable weeks. Someone to monitor during preseason but also keep in mind LeGarrette Blount can easily be the focal point of the Eagles gameplan to win games.\nSAM BRADFORD - MIN\nBradford has some weapons in the passing game but with healthy RBs, look for the Vikings to lean on the run more than usual this season. Still, Diggs\/Rudolph\/Thielen was a good enough combo to put Bradford in the Top 20. Add in Michael Floyd who has yet to spread his wings, Bradford should be pretty good at times.\nCARSON PALMER - AZ\nPalmer will lean on David Johnson in the passing and running game all season. Palmer does not want to take hits but he will still have some weeks of greatness when the matchup is great on paper. Too old, let someone else take him, this will be his last year for a reason.\n\n \nALEX SMITH - KC\nChiefs are not really a big passing threat team with no true #1 WR. Throws to Kelce\/Ware\/Hill will all be short\/medium throws really need those guys to be playmakers. Not interested in this.\nWAIVER WIRE\nDESHAUN WATSON - HOU\nLets see how he plays. First impression without watching him too much is Shaun King the only Bucs QB. Weapons are there, but Watson needs to prove he is the real deal.\nMIKE GLENNON - CHI\nKevin White needs to turn into Alshon for Glennon to have a chance. I do not see it and the injuries keep piling up to Kevin. Cameron Meredith will not be the same with no Alshon running on the field, Bears need to run all game every game.\nBRIAN HOYER - SF\nNice touch on his throws, but Kyle Shanahan is not really an offensive genius and we will all see that with Hoyer\/Garcon as the main 1-2 punch. Hoyer is good enough to make a little bit of something out of nothing, but this will be his biggest challenge and it is not promising.\nJOSH MCCOWN - NYJ\nJets really lack talent. Enuwa is not a #1 WR caliber player to lean on and the Jets are just really bad.\nJARED GOFF - LAR\nHorrible with a side of horrible. Tavon Austin on screens and bad throws to Robert Woods is what you can expect all year. Also handing off to Gurley a lot.\nCODY KESSLER - CLE\nWhy start when there is nowhere to begin. No Pryor, Corey Coleman too small to be a #1. Browns need to run to stand a chance.