Found January 16, 2012 on Razzball Football:
So what I did here was extrapolate how many fantasy points quarterbacks would have if they started all 16 games. To make this list you either have to have played 8+ games or have been drafted in fantasy leagues in the top 24 QBs which really is only Peyton Manning and Donovan McNabb. So unfortunately I didn’t add Matt Flynn but if I had he would have averaged 44 fantasy points a game for a hefty total of 704 fantasy points! He also would have had over 8,000 yards and 90 touchdowns which may have broken a record or two. It’s blatantly obvious that he should have played against the Giants in the playoffs! AD PPlayerPointsExtrapolated PointsActual RankingNew RankingFan Pts/game 1.09Aaron Rodgers3854101125.625 3.03Drew Brees3803802223.75 2.07Tom Brady3523523322 13.1Cam Newton3523523322 7.06Matthew Stafford3333335520.8125 4.05Tony Romo2652827617.625 9.02Eli Manning2732736717.0625 1.05Michael Vick22227311717.0625 6.01Matt Ry...

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