Fantasy Football: Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em Recommendations for Week 15


WRs to Start in Week 15

Rams’ Robert Woods (vs. Eagles): Give me all of the Los Angeles Rams players you can in Week 15. Robert Woods and company could be in for a huge week in fantasy. Woods has posted 12 straight games where he has scored 12 or more fantasy points. Woods faces the Eagles, who allow 42.6 points per game to WRs this year (second-most in NFL).

Panthers’ D.J. Moore (vs. Saints): D.J. Moore has become the Carolina Panthers WR you want to own going forward. Moore has four straight games scoring double-digit fantasy points. In Week 15, they’ll need Moore to step up in a game that could become a shootout against the New Orleans Saints. The Saints have allowed 200 receptions to WRs this year (most in NFL).

Seahawks’ Tyler Lockett (vs. 49ers): Tyler Lockett has been a touchdown machine this season. Lockett only has 49 receptions this year, but nine of those have been touchdowns. Not bad for a guy who’s playing in an offense where they run the ball the majority of the time. Lockett squares off against the San Francisco 49ers, who have allowed 20 touchdowns to WRs this season (most in NFL).

Other WRs I Like: Browns’ Jarvis Landry (vs. Broncos), Bears’ Allen Robinson (vs. Packers), Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald (vs. Falcons)

WRs to Sit in Week 15

Lions’ Kenny Golladay (vs. Bills): Kenny Golladay hasn’t gotten the opportunity we all expected since Marvin Jones was placed on injured reserve. In his last three games, Golladay has totaled 24.5 points. It’s hard to like anyone on the Detroit Lions, especially facing a tough Buffalo Bills defense. The Bills allow 28.8 points per game to WRs this season (third least in the NFL).

Buccaneers’ Chris Godwin (vs. Ravens): Chris Godwin disappointed big time in Week 14. With DeSean Jackson out for the second straight week, Godwin was in line to flourish once more. He did far from that, catching one pass for just 13 yards. This week, he gets a tough matchup against the Ravens, who have allowed just nine touchdowns to WRs this year (tied for second least in NFL).