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TheDC Fantasy Outsider Andy Hayes: Week 15

Quarterbacks

1. Peyton Manning
2. Matt Ryan
3. Michael Vick
4. Jon Kitna
5. Matt Schaub
6. Tom Brady
7. Ben Roethlisberger
8. Kerry Collins
9. Drew Brees
10. David Garrard
11. Joe Flacco
12. Ryan Fitzpatrick
13. Josh Freeman
14. Chad Henne
15. Shaun Hill (if he plays)
16. Jason Campbell
17. Jay Cutler
18. Carson Palmer
19. Colt McCoy
20. Eli Manning
21. Matt Flynn
22. Donovan McNabb

Comments:

* Peyton Manning and Garrard could both be busy in what should be a shootout.
* Seattle is a tough place to play and I can see the Seahawks focusing most of their defensive energy on stopping Michael Turner – leaving Ryan free to chuck it to Jenkins, White and Gonzalez all day.
* The Giants “contained” Vick somewhat in their last meeting but he still got stats.
* Jon Kitna could be huge Sunday. Wash is so bad anymore and even though they’ll be up for this rivalry game, Dallas should have their way with the Wash defense.
* Brady would be higher because he’s been on fire, but the Packers give up the fewest points per game in the NFL – and they have a defense that is just unpredictable enough to make this game more interesting that most would think.
* I took a flier on Kerry Collins a couple weeks ago and it backfired. I’ve got him back in there now because Kenny Britt is back and healthy and I can see Tenn playing tough out of respect for their coach, whom I don’t think will be around after the season ends.
* It’s interesting – for all the talk about Buffalo and their lousy QB situation earlier in the year, Ryan Fitzpatrick has done OK (21 TDs, 11 ints, 85 QB rating). Though his sub-60 completion percentage needs some help.
* If Shaun Hill does play, he could be a quiet sleeper this week in TB. Detroit has a tiny swagger suddenly after taking down the Packers and crushing their playoff hopes.
* I considered putting Matt Flynn higher. He looked a little overwhelmed last week because the situation may have surprised him some. But he’s a guy who in preseason, can usually step in and run the offense with surprising command.