The Fantasy Football season is over but that doesn't mean that we can't take a look back at past performances from 2016. Often players can gain insights from looking back at the point totals from previous seasons. Let's take a look at the ten highest scoring quarterbacks in 2016 fantasy.

1. Aaron Rodgers.

The Packers quarterback caught fire in the second half of the season and it showed in his numbers. Rodgers averaged 22.8 fantasy Points Per Game and scored a total of 365 points during the season. Rodgers was the first quarterback drafted in most fantasy leagues this season and should remain the top option again next year.

2. Matt Ryan.

The Falcons quarterback had a MVP season that included an average of 20.9 fantasy points per game. The leading offense in the league definitely helped Ryan reach the second spot in these rankings.

3. Drew Brees.

The Saints might not have made the playoffs, but that didn't mean that Brees couldn't again deliver another fantastic year. Brees averaged over 20 fantasy points per game and was one of the most consistent players in all of fantasy this year.

4. Andrew Luck.

Andrew Luck didn't even play in one game and still managed to attain this spot in the rankings. The Colts quarterback averaged 18.6 fantasy points per game and scored a total of almost 300 fantasy points.

5. Kirk Cousins.

Captain Kirk had no trouble putting up big numbers for a majority of the season in a revitalized Redskins offense. Cousins averaged 18 fantasy points per game and was generally one of the more consistent players for fantasy owners in 2016.

6. Dak Prescott.

Rookies on the Cowboys in fantasy this year proved the adage that experienced players do better in fantasy wrong.

Through a combination of effective passing and running Prescott averaged 16.9 points per game and easily finished in the Top 10 for fantasy points scored.

7. Matthew Stafford.

Stafford was on an absolute tear for most of the season but slowed down late after a hand injury. Still, Stafford averaged 16.7 fantasy points per game and remained one of the top quarterbacks in the game.

8. Blake Bortles.

The Jaguars quarterback might throw a lot of interceptions, but he also throws the ball enough to rank in the top 10 of all fantasy quarterbacks. Bortles averaged 16.2 fantasy points per game despite frequent turnovers and drops from his receivers.

9. Derek Carr.

Carr could have ranked higher on this list if an injury didn't sideline him in the last week of the year. The Raiders quarterback had a breakout fantasy year and offered massive value at 16.1 fantasy points per game to anybody who was willing to take a flier on him in their fantasy draft.

10. Russell Wilson.

The Seahawks quarterback didn't live up to fantasy expectations, averaging only 16 fantasy points each game. He started getting hotter later in the year, but owners were likely disappointed with a player who was expected to easily finish within the top five quarterbacks this season.