Week 15 Waiver Wire Quarterbacks

By on December 10, 2013



Ryan TannehillThey might be a little late this week thanks to that wonderful illness called the flu, but I have come back (albeit less than 100%) to bring you the Week 15 Waiver Wire Quarterbacks. As usual with quarterbacks, there is really not many options to look at who’d you ever consider starting over a Drew Brees, Tom Brady or even Josh McCown. But with that said, here are some guys who could be worth a look as a QB2 or a flexer if your league allows.

Also make sure to read:

Week 15 Waiver Wire Running Backs
Week 15 Waiver Wire Wide Receivers
Week 15 Waiver Wire Tight Ends

Jason Campbell – Browns

You have to wonder how much the Browns quarterbacks would be worth if it wasn’t for Josh Gordon. Campbell passed for 391 yards and 3 scores. but Gordon went off with 151 of those yards and a score, Campbell also finally got Jordan Cameron going big time after he caught 9 receptions for 121 yards and 1 touchdown. That’s big considering Cameron had been quiet recently. As usual, Campbell is a QB2 who offers nothing in the upside category going into Week 15 against the Bears.

Ryan Tannehill – Dolphins

Tannehill had made the waiver wire report many many weeks ago, but he’s been coming on strong recently. With a matchup on the horizon against the Patriots, he could be worth a look as a possible starter if you’ve streamed the waiver wire for starters recently. Over the past 5 games, Tannehill has averaged a pretty strong 267 passing yards a game and has at least 1 score in each of those games. He also has 5 touchdowns and just 2 picks over the last 2 weeks. The picks have been a problem, however, as he’s tossed one up in the last 5 contests. But if you don’t get whacked too badly with minus interception points, Tannehill could be worth a look. He definitely offers much more upside than the above Campbell.

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