6 cheap fantasy football lineup makers for week 15

Mike Davis has turned out to be the answer in Seattle’s backfield after a season of searching by the Seahawks. In three games of action this season, Davis has averaged a robust 4.7 yards per touch.

Mohamed Sanu is perhaps the most underrated No. 2 receiver in the NFL this season. Sanu has been great in his second year in Atlanta. Sanu has been very hot as of late, scoring 20+ points and cracking the top 15 receivers on the week in two of the past three weeks.


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There’s not a running back on the Cardinals who is threatening Kerwynn Williams for touches as it stands right now, and his recent line of 36 carries for 170 yards (4.7 YPC) makes him a top start against Washington. Late season rises like Williams’ are exactly what Zero RB truthers thrive on this time of year, as he now looks to drive fantasy owners to their championship games.

Robert Woods has been one of the most efficient wide receivers in football this season, posting a +18.9 Production Premium (no. 12) and 10.0 Yards Per Target (no. 10), while his quarterback has enjoyed a 118.9 Passer Rating when targeting him. Pair Woods’ efficiency with Byron Maxwell’s inefficiency, and you have everything you want for a pending breakout in Week 15.


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Evan Engram is the complete package for a dominant fantasy tight end. His workout metrics are exceptional with a 4.42 40-yard dash time (100th-percentile), a 120.4 Speed Score (96th-percentile), a 125.5 Burst Score, 11.15 Agility score (90th-percentile), and 10.29 (91st-percentile) Catch Radius.

When a back-up QB is thrust into a starting role, the target distribution often narrows. With Tom Savage at the helm, DeAndre Hopkins target share surged. Likewise, Davante Adams has scored more than fantasy points tethered to Brett Hundley than with Aaron Rodgers this season. Following this logic, primary receiver Alshon Jeffery should thrive with Nick Foles under center.


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The Philadelphia Eagles stellar season hit a brick wall when Carson Wentz suffered a torn ACL in the third quarter of sundays game against the LA Rams. Now under center steps Nick Foles, who is two years removed from his last time as a starter.

Against Minnesota in week 11, Robert Woods suffered a knee sprain that ended what had been the hottest three week stretch of his career. In weeks 9-11, Woods produced a ridiculous 20 receptions for 322 yards and four touchdowns.


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DeShone Kizer is the heir to Carson Wentz, the NFL’s next DGAF gunslinger. Kizer has already thrown 65 deep balls, with impressive accuracy, at just 21-years old.

At Miami, David Njoku posted the most mind-blowing stat in college football last year…. 11 yards after the catch per reception. This guy looks like he was made in a lab to be a more dynamic Travis Kelce, if that’s even possible.


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Samaje Perine has quietly consolidated control in the Washington backfield over the past few weeks. With Rob Kelley and Chris Thompson both landing on injured reserve with leg injuries, Perine was handed the reigns and responded with back to back 120+ yard games in weeks 11 and 12.

As the current No. 1 wideout in San Francisco, Marquise Goodwin’s prospects now look totally changed ever since Jimmy Garoppolo entered the fold. Goodwin is a big play game breaker capable of propelling you to the fantasy football championship based on his elite workout metrics.


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Zay Jones is seeing a significant increase in targets over the last several weeks, and the Bills facing an injury-ravaged Colts secondary, this could be the week Jones owners have been waiting for. If you’re looking for a wide receiver with a high floor to round out your playoff roster this week, Jones may be that player you are seeking.

Over the last two weeks, Golladay averaged an 80-percent snap share and 25 pass routes. The Lions offense ranks No. 7 the league with 39 pass attempts per game. Tampa Bay has already allowed over 500(!) total PPR fantasy to opposing wide receivers, last in the league by a wide margin, and should continue to struggle this week against the Lions.


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Adam Thielen is suddenly one the league’s best receivers. After a hyper-efficient 2016, he has been efficient once again this season, even in the face of huge volume. Thielen is the only NFL receiver with 5 or more receptions in each game this season.

Case Keenum looks like his belongs in a starting role. Check out the advanced completion percentage metrics. Keenum is effective in every facet of the game. He’s excellent on play fakes and completes close to 45-percent of his passes 20 or more yards downfield.


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Giovani Bernard is another guy who has been given an opportunity due to injury. With Jeremy Hill on injured reserve and Joe Mixon exiting Monday night’s loss to the Steelers early with a concussion, Bernard is the de facto workhorse in the Bengals backfield.

Kenny Golladay finds himself an attractive streaming option this week. Facing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their uninspiring defense makes puts Golladay in line for big numbers.


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When the Dolphins feed Jarvis Landry, they got blown out. When Miami goes downfield to Kenny Stills, they’re competitive. Stills runs a 4.39. Landry runs a 4.65. Bottom line: When Stills is the focal point of an offense, good things happen.
Olympic sprinter Marquise Goodwin finally has a quarterback capable of throwing downfield. Goodwin is one of the most impressive athletes in the NFL. Sure enough, Goodwin is rewarding fantasy gamers with a need for speed.