Drew Brees appears poised for a big bounce-back game if you were able to survive his recent down weeks and are still alive in the playoffs. He’s our unanimous number one QB with the usual elite QBs right behind him. One notable jump this week is the reemergence of Cam Newton as a top 6 option after a couple of strong showings headed into Carolina’s trip west to meet the Chargers.
Here’s our full top 25 QB’s to start for week 15:
|2||Aaron Rodgers||GB||at Chi||2.5||2||3|
|4||Peyton Manning||Den||at Bal||5.0||4||6|
|Eli Manning||NYG||at Atl||5.0||6||4|
|6||Cam Newton||Car||at SD||7.0||9||5|
|Andrew Luck||Ind||at Hou||8.5||7||10|
|10||Matthew Stafford||Det||at Ari||9.0||11||7|
|11||Josh Freeman||TB||at NO||10.0||12||8|
|12||Andy Dalton||Cin||at Phi||12.0||13||11|
|14||Colin Kaepernick||SF||at NE||15.5||15||16|
|17||Russell Wilson||Sea||at Buf||17.0||14||20|
|18||Ben Roethlisberger||Pit||at Dal||17.5||16||19|
|Robert Griffin III||Was||at Cle||22.0||NR||14|
The two sets of rankings were done by Jeffrey Littrell (JL) and myself (ZT). NR stands for not rated and counts as 30 toward the composite average. Follow his ranking, follow my ranking, or follow the composite, but whatever you do–good luck to you as you look to win this weekend.