Fantasy Football Projections Week 15: Quarterbacks

Who is looking good at quarterback for Week 15? We project five good ones.

Peyton Manning (vs. JAX) - We liked Reggie Wayne as our top receiver, and now we like his quarterback, Peyton Manning, as the top quarterback. Even during Manning's turnover streak, he was still putting up yards and touchdowns. That will continue this week against Jax.
Projection: 341 yds, 3 TD

Tom Brady (vs GB) - Usually we don't like quarterbacks against a defense like Green Bay's. But Tom Terrific has lived up to his nickname lately. He and the Patriots are so hot, we just can't pick against him..
Projection: 325 yds, 3 TD

Matt Ryan (@ SEA) - Matt Ryan isn't a favorite among the top quarterbacks in fantasy, the Falcons have too good of a running game. But this week, he takes on Seattle which is poor against the pass, but decent against the run. Matty Ice airs it out this week.
Projection: 334 yds, 2 TD

Michael Vick (@. NYG)  - This pick is just a testament to how good Vick has been this year. The Giants do a lot of things well on defense, and they can get after the passer. But Vick is unique talent having a special year. Good enough that he can make it happen even in a tough matchup. 
Projection: 310 yards, 2 TD

Drew Bree (@ BAL) - We're sticking with a theme, hot quarterbacks who have a pedigree. Drew Brees and the Saints have been cooking, and Brees loves to sling the ball.
Projection:  307 yds, 2 TD

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