Fantasy Football Projections, Week 17: Quarterback

OAKLAND CA - DECEMBER 26: Peyton Manning #18 of the Indianapolis Colts leaves the field against the Oakland Raiders during an NFL game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on December 26 2010 in Oakland California. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

Projections for the Top 10 quarterbacks in a tricky Week 17 scenario.

Some leagues are still rolling along in Week 17, so we'll continue to pump out rankings and projections. Below are the Top 10 fantasy quarterback projections thanks to

Teams that have something to play for, and teams with nothing to play for but aren't in the playoffs, are where the action is in the final week. The Colts are playing for their playoff lives, so Peyton Manning returns to the top of the quarterback projections. Likewise the Green Bay Packers, so Aaron Rodgers is a good play against a Bears team that will be resting their starters.

Be careful though, some of the 1 PM EST games could be tricky, and they could affect the later games. Matt Ryan is ranked number eight against the Panthers, but if they put the game away early, Ryan could be pulled quickly. Of course, if the Falcons are up so big they can pull Ryan, then he probably already scored you big fantasy points.

Playing in Week 17 is a tricky thing, good luck!

Week 17 Consensus Rankings

1. Peyton Manning (IND vs. TEN) 30.1 Pts.
2. Aaron Rodgers (GB vs. CHI) 25.5 Pts.
3. Drew Brees (NO vs. TB) 23.3 Pts.
4. Philip Rivers (SD @ DEN) 22.0 Pts.
5. Matt Schaub (HOU vs. JAX) 21.3 Pts.
6. Ben Roethlisberger (PIT @ CLE) 20.5 Pts.
7. Tom Brady (NE vs. MIA) 20.1 Pts.
8. Matt Ryan (ATL vs. CAR) 18.6 Pts.
9. Eli Manning (NYG @ WAS) 17.4 Pts.
10. Joe Flacco (BAL vs. CIN) 16.6 Pts.
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