NFL Fantasy Football Rankings Week 15: Top 50 QBs for the Rest of 2010

Nick CaronAnalyst IDecember 18, 2010

ARLINGTON, TX - DECEMBER 12:  Quarterback Michael Vick #7 of the Philadelphia Eagles on the sidelines against the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium on December 12, 2010 in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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The time has finally come. It’s been a long time coming, but Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mike Vick is now the No. 1 fantasy football quarterback for the final three weeks of the regular season. Vick’s worst fantasy game this season was a 19-point fantasy game against the Giants back in Week 11.

While he faces the Giants again this week, there’s little to no reason to believe that he won’t continue with his amazing streak. Despite missing nearly four games this season, Vick will very likely finish as the highest scoring quarterback in fantasy football this season—what an amazing comeback story.

Now that Aaron Rodgers has been ruled out for this Sunday’s game, our previous top-ranked quarterback falls 14 spots to 15th among fantasy quarterbacks for the rest of the year.

The concussion that knocked him out of last week’s game is apparently bad enough that he can’t play through it despite this being perhaps the most important game of the Packers’ season. If he does come back in the final two games, it will be against two of his toughest opponents this season, the Giants and Bears.

Rodgers’ backup, Matt Flynn, moved up 25 spots this week to 29th among quarterbacks. He’ll face a subpar New England Patriots secondary this week that has played extremely well over the past two weeks after a long season of bad play.

Flynn had a tough game in his first significant playing time of the season last week against the Lions in Detroit. With practice this week, he should have a better chance to get things going this week—he may even have a chance to play past this week if Rodgers isn’t ready to go in Week 16.

One of the biggest risers this week is Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman who will have the pleasure of facing two terrible secondaries over the next two weeks. The Seahawks and Lions stand little chance of stopping Freeman’s impressive streak of consistency.

He has stayed away from bad games this season and while he has not had any huge games, it might be time now that the Buccaneers are trying to make a late-season playoff push.  

View All of the Updated Fantasy Football Rankings for Week 15:

Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends

1Mike VickPHI21
2Peyton ManningIND31
3Tom BradyNE41
4Drew BreesNO62
5Philip RiversSD50
6Matt SchaubHOU126
7Eli ManningNYG92
8Josh FreemanTB146
9Joe FlaccoBAL101
10Jon KitnaDAL155
11Matt RyanATL7-4
12Ben RoethlisbergerPIT11-1
13Jay CutlerCHI130
14David GarrardJAC206
15Aaron RodgersGB1-14
16Kerry CollinsTEN215
17Matt CasselKC192
18Carson PalmerCIN16-2
19Ryan FitzpatrickBUF17-2
20Alex SmithSF266
21Sam BradfordSTL243
22Jason CampbellOAK286
23Tim TebowDEN3310
24Matt HasselbeckSEA23-1
25Mark SanchezNYJ22-3
26Drew StantonDET315
27Chad HenneMIA25-2
28Matt FlynnGB5426
29Colt McCoyCLE389
30Jimmy ClausenCAR300
31Joe WebbMINNR-
32Rex GrossmanWASNR-
33Kyle OrtonDEN8-25
34John SkeltonARI351
35Derek AndersonARI29-6
36Brodie CroyleKC34-2
37Brett FavreMIN27-10
38Shaun HillDET36-2
39Jake DelhommeCLE5011
40Troy SmithSF37-3
41Donovan McNabbWAS18-23
42Kevin KolbPHI39-3
43Tyler ThigpenMIA40-3
44Rusty SmithTEN41-3
45Matt StaffordDET42-3
46Max HallARI43-3
47Tony RomoDAL44-3
48Seneca WallaceCLE46-2
49Brian St. PierreCAR47-2
50Trent EdwardsJAC49-1