Chet Gresham's Week 15 Fantasy Football QB Rankings



by Chet Gresham - on Twitter

To differentiate between all the "Start 'Ems" on Walt's Fantasy Football Start Em, Sit Em page, you can check out the Weekly Fantasy Football Rankings, so you can figure out whom to start between Player X and Player Y.

Below are my fantasy QB rankings and a set of links for my positional Weekly NFL Fantasy Football Rankings. Keep in mind that this list is for this week only; not the entire rest of the season. If you don't like my rankings, check out Walter's fantasy football rankings.

The rankings are based on a scoring system. Each player has Walterfootball.com's projected stats and standard scoring points.


Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings: QB | RB | WR | TE | DEF | FLEX


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But who do I start...

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  1. Russell Wilson, QB, Seahawks (vs. Rams)- 24 Points
    280 Passing Yards, 3 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 35 Rushing Yards.
    Wilson is averaging over 30 yards rushing per game and over 270 yards passing per game. He just put up a good fantasy finish in Jacksonville and this week has a must-win game with the division leaders. Fire him up.

  2. Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Steelers (vs. Patriots)- 22 Points
    300 Passing Yards, 3 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 5 Rushing Yards.
    Roethlisberger has been on a roll, and he gets a home game against a New England team that just gave up a strong game to Jay Cutler in Miami. The Steelers would clinch the No. 1 seed if they win, so expect this game to be intense and likely a high-scoring affair with two of the top offnses in the league.

  3. Tom Brady, QB, Patriots (at Steelers)- 21 Points
    290 Passing Yards, 3 Pass TDs, 1 INT.
    Brady always seems to come up big against the Steelers in big games like this, and the Steelers' pass defense has taken a nose-dive of late, allowing five multi-touchdown games to opposing quarterbacks over their last seven games, whereas they hadn't allowed any in their first six games.

  4. Drew Brees, QB, Saints (vs. Jets)- 21 Points
    290 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 5 Rushing Yards.
    The Jets have allowed the third-most fantasy points to quarterbacks this season, while playing well against the run. Brees may not need to do a ton against this team to win, but he'll likely need to throw the ball to score, as the Jets have allowed six rushing touchdowns all season to 25 passing touchdowns.

  5. Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions (vs. Bears)- 20 Points
    300 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 5 Rushing Yards.
    Stafford has hit 290 yards in six of his last eight games, including in Chicago, when he passed for 299 and threw two touchdowns. I expect a similar game at home, especially with his hand likely feeling better than last week.

  6. Dak Prescott, QB, Cowboys (at Raiders)- 20 Points
    280 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 10 Rushing Yards.
    Prescott turned things around last week and shouldn't have much trouble keeping the good stats coming against the Raiders, who have allowed 20 touchdown passes to just two interceptions.



  7. Aaron Rodgers, QB, Packers (at Panthers)- 19 Points
    285 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 5 Rushing Yards.
    As long as Rodgers is a full-go in practice and looks good, I'm pushing him right back up into fantasy relevancy, because that's where he always is when healthy.

  8. Cam Newton, QB, Panthers (vs. Packers)- 19 Points
    260 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 35 Rushing Yards.


  9. Philip Rivers, QB, Chargers (at Chiefs)- 19 Points
    275 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 5 Rushing Yards.
    Kansas City has allowed the eigth-most fantasy points to quarterbacks this season. Rivers hasn't been good in Kansas City over the last three seasons, and he had a terrible game against the Chiefs earlier this season at home, but he's clicking right now and they are weak against the pass.

  10. Blake Bortles, QB, Jaguars (vs. Texans)- 19 Points
    255 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 10 Rushing Yards.


  11. Case Keenum, QB, Vikings (vs. Bengals)- 18 Points
    285 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 5 Rushing Yards.
    The Bengals are hurting on defense and just gave up a strong game to Mitch Trubisky. Keenum has been playing well enough to not be too worried about the Bengals' pass defense, especially with their injuries.

  12. Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons (at Buccaneers)- 18 Points
    280 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 5 Rushing Yards.
    Ryan has been bad lately, but a game against the Bucs should help right the ship.

  13. Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, 49ers (vs. Titans)- 18 Points
    280 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 15 Rushing Yards.


  14. Trevor Siemian, QB, Broncos (at Colts)- 18 Points
    265 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 15 Rushing Yards.


  15. Jared Goff, QB, Rams (at Seahawks)- 17 Points
    240 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 15 Rushing Yards.


  16. Kirk Cousins, QB, Redskins (vs. Cardinals)- 16 Points
    245 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 10 Rushing Yards.


  17. Nick Foles, QB, Eagles (at Giants)- 16 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 5 Rushing Yards.


  18. Derek Carr, QB, Raiders (vs. Cowboys)- 16 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 5 Rushing Yards.


  19. Tyrod Taylor, QB, Bills (vs. Dolphins)- 16 Points
    200 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 25 Rushing Yards.


  20. Blaine Gabbert, QB, Cardinals (at Redskins)- 16 Points
    255 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 2 INTs, 20 Rushing Yards.


  21. Jay Cutler, QB, Dolphins (at Bills)- 16 Points
    240 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 5 Rushing Yards.


  22. Eli Manning, QB, Giants (vs. Eagles)- 15 Points
    280 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 1 INT, 25 Rushing Yards.


  23. T.J. Yates, QB, Texans (at Jaguars)- 14 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 2 INTs, 5 Rushing Yards.


  24. DeShone Kizer, QB, Browns (vs. Ravens)- 14 Points
    235 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 1 INT, 30 Rushing Yards.


  25. Marcus Mariota, QB, Titans (at 49ers)- 13 Points
    255 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 1 INT, 15 Rushing Yards.


  26. Alex Smith, QB, Chiefs (vs. Chargers)- 13 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 1 INT, 15 Rushing Yards.
    Smith will have trouble with the Chargers' pass defense, which has only allowed six touchdown passes and had 14 interceptions over the last nine games.

  27. Jameis Winston, QB, Bucs (vs. Falcons)- 12 Points
    245 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 1 INT, 10 Rushing Yards.


  28. Mitch Trubisky, QB, Bears (at Lions)- 12 Points
    215 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 1 INT, 15 Rushing Yards.


  29. Joe Flacco, QB, Ravens (at Browns)- 11 Points
    235 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 1 INT, 5 Rushing Yards.


  30. Andy Dalton, QB, Bengals (at Vikings)- 11 Points
    215 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 1 INT, 10 Rushing Yards.


  31. Jacoby Brissett, QB, Colts (vs. Broncos)- 11 Points
    180 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 1 INT, 20 Rushing Yards.


  32. Bryce Petty, QB, Jets (at Saints)- 10 Points
    245 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 2 INTs, 5 Rushing Yards.



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