If your commissioner is forcing you to play your title game in Week 17, I feel your pain. Luckily there are still several playoff seedings and division titles left up in the air. The Week 17 Waiver Wire Quarterbacks Pickups is going to be a difficult one to list. The Patriots, Bengals, Colts and Broncos have all clinched their division, with a few teams landing a playoff seed. Week 17 is also going to be rough because a team playing later could pull their starters depending on what happens in the early games. There is a good chance the guy you do start doesn't even play. I'd list all the backup quarterbacks for every team still alive, but it'd take forever. Plus a lot of those players aren't even worth your time. It's a real mish mash.
Kirk Cousins - Redskins
Coming off a big Week 16 performance, Cousins wasn't the best of plays in a strong matchup against the Cowboys. He tossed up a mere 197 yards, a score and a pick. Certainly the opposite from what he did against the Falcons the week before. The good news is that Cousins has one more decent matchup left against the Giants. Yes Matthew Stafford looked awful against them Sunday, but I have to believe Cousins and the Redskins offense will be better prepared after the Lions choked away their playoff hopes.
Matt Flynn - Packers
I am sure the Packers will go through the motions and give owners hope that Aaron Rodgers will play Week 17. But after a Tweet from Chris Mortenson came out stating "Aaron Rodgers fractured collarbone still "extraordinary risk" per sources," I don't see Rodgers playing in Week 17 or the playoffs. Flynn might not even be the best option for the Packers after he took 3 sacks, threw a pick-6 and also lost a fumble that resulted in a touchdown for the Steelers deep in the Packers end of the field.