Rookie quarterbacks have made their mark in 2012 in the NFL, with seven of them scheduled to start in Week 15. Here is some information that can help you with your fantasy football team:

Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins
Round 1, Pick 2, Baylor

Griffin was tied with Tom Brady for top quarterback rating going into Week 15. The sensational rookie had 18 touchdown passes and just four interceptions.  What makes Griffin a fantasy star is that he also had 748 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns. If Griffin’s knee injury prevents him from starting in Week 15, another rookie, Kirk Cousins, who was drafted with the seventh pick in the fourth round out of Michigan State, will get the start.

Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Round 1, Pick 1, Stanford

Luck’s 3792 passing yards (291.7 yards per game) were eighth best going into Week 15. He had 18 touchdown passes, but also 18 interceptions, tied for worst in the league.  Luck also had five rushing touchdowns.

Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
Round 3, Pick 12, Wisconsin

In his last eight games going into Week 15, Wilson has turned into the biggest surprise among the rookie quarterbacks with 15 touchdown passes and just three interceptions in his last eight games.  Just don’t count on him for passing yardage – he’s averaging less than 200 yards per game.

Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles
Round 3, Pick 25, Arizona

Foles replaced Michael Vick against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 10 after Vick suffered a concussion. After losing his first three starts, giving the Eagles eight straight losses, Foles had his best game so far, throwing for 381 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions as the Eagles beat Tampa Bay. Even if Vick makes it back this season, Foles will remain the starter.

Brandon Weeden, Cleveland Browns
Round 1, Pick 22, Oklahoma State

Weeden had three straight games with two touchdown passes from Weeks 5-7, but has not been fantasy relevant overall, with 13 touchdown passes and 15 interceptions through Week 14.   He was averaging 233.6 passing yards per game.

Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins
Round 1, Pick 8, Texas A&M

Tannehill had just eight touchdown passes going into Week 15 (though three of them came in his last four games) and 12 interceptions.  He was averaging 208.4 passing yards per game.

Ryan Lindley, Arizona Cardinals
Round 6, Pick 15, San Diego State

Lindley got his chance when John Skelton was pulled in Week 11 against the Atlanta Falcons. After two awful starts, he was back on the bench for Week 14, only to replace Skelton yet again during a 58-0 blowout at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks. Lindley and his 42.6 quarterback rating will start again in Week 15. The only fantasy relevance here is that Larry Fitzgerald’s value continues to be wrecked.