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December 12, 2008

Fantasy Football Week 15 QB Rankings


1. Kurt Warner (ARI) – He is the most consistently productive fantasy QB in the NFL. Even on his worst day this season, Warner was solid. We see know reason why that trend will come to a halt in week 15 against the Vikings. While Minnesota’s run defense is about as solid as they come, they are fairly mediocre against the pass, ranking just 20th in the NFL in that respect. Warner should be great once again on Sunday at home.

2. Peyton Manning (IND) – In recent weeks, teams facing the Lions have chosen to lean heavily on the run, and with good reason, but it has negatively affected the fantasy potential for the respective QB’s facing them. We doubt that this trend will have much, if any, affect on Manning. With a struggling and beat up Joseph Addai, it only makes sense that the Colts will throw the ball early and often in this match up. Besides, it isn’t like Detroit’s secondary is top shelf. In fact the Lions pass defense is almost as pathetic as their run defense. Regardless, Manning makes for a great fantasy start in week 15.

3. Aaron Rodgers (GB) – In his last 4 games, he has accumulated 10 total TD’s (9 passing, 1 rushing) and no less than 227 passing yards. Rodgers should continue to light it up in week 15 against a fairly generous and undermanned Jaguars secondary. Jacksonville has allowed 21 passing TD’s so far this season tying them for 3rd most in the NFL. In addition, they will be without their best cover CB Rashean Mathis who is out for the season with a knee injury.

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