I think I’ve got one more thing for your to-do list this fall: Get “Football’s Greatest,” the revised and updated version of this 2012 book by Sports Illustrated editors. I’ll give you a good argument starter: How about the top 10 quarterbacks of all time? 1) Tom Brady; 2) Joe Montana; 3) Peyton Manning; 4) John Unitas; 5) Otto Graham; 6) John Elway; 7) Dan Marino; 8) Brett Favre; 9) Sammy Baugh; 10) Bart Starr.
Robby Anderson, WR, New York Jets (25.5 percent): Anderson has an abundance of speed and has been on a roll of late, posting three straight double-digit games in points per reception scoring. He has a touchdown in back-to-back games and is averaging nearly eight targets per game over his past three outings. With six more teams on a bye this week, Anderson will be on the flex radar as a player who has touchdown/big-play upside.
Griffin, 27, has been more present on social media in recent weeks and said he’s trying to clear up perceptions about himself, saying he’s tired of attacks on his character. Griffin, who spent last season with the Cleveland Browns, also said he learned from his mistakes in Washington.
Johnson said he usually plays golf on the day after each week’s rankings. “It helps me to get out for a while before going back to work for the Thursday night games,” he said.
As far as evaluating teams, he said, “I would guess that everyone has their own personal system and their favorite things to look for in a team. The CFP folks provide the very best in terms of statistics, which I also use to support the choices I make.”
Long is the athletic director and vice chancellor at Arkansas and served as the selection committee chairman in 2014 and 2015. He was a varsity letterman in football and baseball at Ohio Wesleyan.