Chet Gresham's Week 17 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


Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings - PPR: RB | WR | TE | FLEX


But who do I start...

Updated 4/17 - Follow @walterfootball for updates.
  1. Tom Brady, QB, Patriots (vs. Redskins)- 26 Points
    330 Passing Yards, 3 Pass TDs.
    Brady has been the most consistent fantasy quarterback this season and playing Washington at home is not going to change that statement.

  2. Philip Rivers, QB, Chargers (vs. Bears)- 25 Points
    310 Passing Yards, 3 Pass TDs.
    Rivers lost Keenan Allen for the season, but he's had no trouble in the past completing passes to whoever is on the field. Antonio Gates, Stevie Johnson, Malcom Floyd, Ladarius Green, Dontrelle Inman and Danny Woodhead all have contributed this season and will continue to do so. Rivers will be fine.

  3. Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Steelers (vs. Raiders)- 24 Points
    300 Passing Yards, 3 Pass TDs.
    I'm going to chalk Roethlisberger's game last week up to rust. He didn't have a setback and gets a good matchup against the Raiders, who are allowing 312.6 passing yards per game. Le'Veon Bell's loss hurts, but Roethlisberger will need to throw more down field.

  4. Andy Dalton, QB, Bengals (vs. Browns)- 23 Points
    300 Passing Yards, 3 Pass TDs, 1 INT.
    Dalton had his worst game of the season last week in Pittsburgh, but his team came out with the win. That should help his confidence as he heads back to Cincinnati to take on the Browns, who just gave up 374 yards and four touchdowns to Carson Palmer. I think Dalton has a nice bounce-back game.

  5. Eli Manning, QB, Giants (at Bucs)- 23 Points
    325 Passing Yards, 3 Pass TDs, 1 INT.
    Eli looked good last week throwing for six touchdowns against the Saints, and this week gets another nice matchup; this week against the Bucs. Tampa Bay has been getting annihilated by the likes of Blake Bortles and Kirk Cousins of late. Eli should be able to put back-to-back big games up.

  6. Drew Brees, QB, Saints (vs. Titans)- 21 Points
    300 Passing Yards, 3 Pass TDs, 1 INT.
    Brees showed he has some gas left in his tank last week against the Giants, throwing for a record seven touchdowns. He hadn't thrown for more than two all season, so we can't pencil him in for greatness from here on out. But of course, I'd rather him throw seven than none. He gets the Titans at home, which is where he does his best work.

  7. Aaron Rodgers, QB, Packers (at Panthers)- 19 Points
    275 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs.
    After a 77-yard display against Denver on Sunday night, it's tough to feel great about Rodgers on the road in Carolina. In the Panthers' seven games, they've allowed seven touchdown passes and made 12 interceptions, while allowing the second best completion percentage and best yards per attempt.

  8. Cam Newton, QB, Panthers (vs. Packers)- 19 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 40 Rushing Yards.
    Cam did jack squat for most of the game against the Colts on Monday night, but still was able to put together a decent game despite a pick and a fumble. Peyton Manning threw for 300+ yards and Philip Rivers 500+ yards against Green Bay recently. Cam should be able to cobble together a good game at home.

  9. Derek Carr, QB, Raiders (at Steelers)- 18 Points
    275 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT.
    Carr has four 20+ fantasy point games out of seven this season, and last week's 333 yards for four touchdowns was against one of the top-three defenses in the league. The Steelers have played better on defense than their personnel would lead you to believe, but they are still giving up 282 yards passing and 1.7 touchdowns per game. He's still due for some duds, and that could happen in Pittsburgh, but he's played well enough to get the benefit of the doubt.

  10. Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons (at 49ers)- 17 Points
    270 Passing Yards, 3 Pass TDs, 2 INTs.
    Matt Ryan relies on big games from Julio Jones to keep his fantasy stats respectable, while the 49ers are allowing the most receiving yards per game to No. 1 receivers.

  11. Jay Cutler, QB, Bears (at Chargers)- 16 Points
    275 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 2 INTs, 20 Rushing Yards.
    Alshon Jeffery should be able to put up good numbers against the Chargers, which helps Cutler's floor. They currently are ranked 28th by Football Outsiders against No. 1 receivers.

  12. Jameis Winston, QB, Bucs (vs. Giants)- 16 Points
    270 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT.
    Drew Brees just passed for seven touchdowns against the Giants. Winston needs just a couple to be worthwhile in fantasy.

  13. Tyrod Taylor, QB, Bills (vs. Dolphins)- 16 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT.
    Taylor already showed he could put up good numbers on the Dolphins, and now he gets them at home.

  14. Ryan Tannehill, QB, Dolphins (at Bills)- 16 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 20 Rushing Yards.


  15. Peyton Manning, QB, Broncos (at Colts)- 16 Points
    275 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT.


  16. Andrew Luck, QB, Colts (vs. Broncos)- 16 Points
    225 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT, 20 Rushing Yards.


  17. Marcus Mariota, QB, Titans (at Saints)- 15 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT.


  18. Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB, Jets (vs. Jaguars)- 15 Points
    275 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT.


  19. Kirk Cousins, QB, Redskins (at Patriots)- 15 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 2 INTs, 10 Rushing Yards.


  20. Sam Bradford, QB, Eagles (at Cowboys)- 15 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 1 INT.


  21. Blake Bortles, QB, Jaguars (at Jets)- 14 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 2 INTs.


  22. Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Vikings (vs. Rams)- 14 Points
    250 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 2 INTs.


  23. Matt Cassel, QB, Bills (vs. Dolphins)- 14 Points
    270 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 2 INTs.


  24. Nick Foles, QB, Rams (at Vikings)- 13 Points
    200 Passing Yards, 2 Pass TDs, 2 INTs, 10 Rushing Yards.


  25. Johnny Manziel, QB, Browns (at Bengals)- 9 Points
    200 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 2 INTs, 20 Rushing Yards.


  26. Blaine Gabbert, QB, 49ers (vs. Falcons)- 7 Points
    175 Passing Yards, 1 Pass TD, 2 INTs.



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