Ryan Tannehill (MIA)--At this point in the season it is hard to make a change at the quarterback position, but if you are on the market, Tannehill is an interesting addition for the remainder of the season. Not only has he been getting it done with his arm over the last few weeks, but has shown his ability to move around and create plays with his legs. He is no Russell Wilson or Robert Griffin by any means, but those added rushing yards are a compliment in the Dolphins growing passing game. He finishes out the season with game against the Patriots, the Bills and the Jets, all of which have struggled defending the pass in 2013. While I don't think he will perform much better than what we has seen over the last few weeks, he still has a good chance of continuing recent trends and is worthy of a start in either a deep league or in a desperate situation.
Jason Campbell (CLE)--Despite losing to the Patriots in the last few seconds of Sunday's game, the Browns played one of their best games of the season, and it was with Campbell under center. Campbell's Week 14 performance was his best of the season, finishing 29-of-44 for 391 yards and three scores. The Browns will continue to role with Campbell under center, considering he is the only option with any experience at this point. Looking ahead, Campbell will face the Bears, the Jets and the Steelers to round out the season, which should lead to more productive outings the rest of the way. Not to mention he has the best wide receiver over the last month of the season to throw to, which makes any situation better.