Week 15 QB Rankings. Trust Tony Romo.

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If you’d like to see a full list of our top thirty-five quarterbacks for Week 15, go ahead and scroll to the bottom of the page. But first, here are our quick takes on a few of those quarterbacks.

Tony Romo will be looking to get revenge for a rough Thanksgiving matchup against the Eagles. This time, the Cowboys aren’t playing on a short week. Expect Romo, Dez Bryant, and DeMarco Murray to all put up great numbers against a weak Philadelphia defensive unit.

We’re not ready to trust Robert Griffin III in his return as the starting quarterback for the Washington Redskins. It’s not a bad matchup against the Giants, but the offense is dysfunctional and possibly missing DeSean Jackson for another week. Steer clear of RG3 if you can, because there’s plenty of risk there.

Johnny Manziel. Johnny Freaking Football. He’s getting his first chance to start in the NFL, and it’s a home game against the Bengals. Johnny’s rushing ability makes him an enticing fantasy option any week, and he’s at the bottom end of our startable range this week. There is a ton of upside, particularly if Josh Gordon ever returns to last year’s form. But it’s still a rookie quarterback that needs to learn the pro game. Don’t expect a top-ten week from Manziel this week.

We haven’t ever ranked Colin Kaepernick this low in 2014, but the 49ers’ offense has been a shell of itself lately, and they’re on the road against Seattle. Two weeks ago, Kaepernick barely put up 100 yards against Seattle, and he threw two interceptions. Now, he has to travel to Seattle and try to do better. Do not start Kaepernick this week. Don’t even think about it.

With that, let’s turn our attention to our Week 15 QB rankings.

Tony Romo Stands out in the Week 15 QB Rankings:

Week 15 QB Rankings

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