Fantasy Football Projections Week 6: Quarterbacks

Who do we got at quarterback in Week 6? We got five studs that should payoff in points this weekend.

Philip Rivers (@Stl)- Rivers is just killing it this year in fantasy, and we see no reason that should stop with St. Louis on the schedule. The emergence of Malcom Floyd last week gives Rivers another weapon to complement Antonio Gates.
Projection: 335 yds, 3 TD

Peyton Manning (@Was) - Yikes! Last week Manning actually put up a dud. Anyone want to bet that will happen two weeks in a row? Against Washington's pass defense? Didn't think so. It's all systems go for Manning this weekend.
Projection: 361 yds, 2 TD

Drew Brees (@ TB) - Brees will be fuming over losing last week to the Cardinals. Even against a pretty good Tampa D, Brees will take out his frustrations and rack up the points.
Projection: 312 yds, 2 TD

Kyle Orton (@ NE) - The Jets pass defense isn't what it was last year, they can be had. It's possible they'll start rounding into form, but we think Orton will get his in Week 6.
Projection: 309 yds, 2 TD

Jay Cutler (vs. Sea) - All reports are that Cutler will be back this week. The Seattle pass defense gives up so many yards per game; Cutler would have a good day even with a concussion. Now that he's symptom-free expect plenty of yards.
Projection: 365 yds, 1 TD

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