2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 15: Wide receivers

    Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 15: Wide receivers

    Mike Evans has sunk fantasy lineups in recent weeks, but can you trust him against the Falcons? Michael Fabiano delivers his starts and sits at every position for Week 15 fantasy football matchups! Read

  2. Rank's 11 Week 15 Sleepers: Fly with Nick Foles

    Rank's 11 Week 15 Sleepers: Fly with Nick Foles

    Can you forge ahead in your fantasy football playoffs with Eagles quarterback Nick Foles at the helm? Adam Rank doesn't think it's out of the question. See all of his Week 15 sleepers here. Read

  3. Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 15: Quarterbacks

    Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 15: Quarterbacks

    Kirk Cousins has been on a skid, but there is reason to believe he can bounce back against the Cardinals. Michael Fabiano delivers his starts and sits at every position for Week 15 fantasy football matchups! Read

  4. Koh Knows: RBs to trust in the fantasy playoffs

    Koh Knows: RBs to trust in the fantasy playoffs

    Kenyan Drake has exploded the last two weeks in fantasy, but can you trust him in the fantasy playoffs? James Koh uses Next Gen Stats to highlight some of the most and least trustworthy fantasy RBs. Read

  5. Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 15: Running backs

    Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 15: Running backs

    Is Titans' running back Derrick Henry set to take over the reins in the Tennessee backfield? Michael Fabiano delivers his starts and sits at every position for Week 15 fantasy football matchups! Read

  6. Week 15 deep fantasy waiver adds

    Week 15 deep fantasy waiver adds

    Rod Smith and Austin Ekeler are the perfect players to stash ahead of Week 15 if you're in the middle of a fantasy playoff run. Check out all the players Matt Harmon recommends for a deep dive waiver add. Read

  7. Best, worst fantasy football playoff matchups

    Best, worst fantasy football playoff matchups

    With the fantasy playoffs underway, here's a quick-and-easy matchups guide, ranking the teams/players with the best and worst schedules based on fantasy points against data. Read

  8. Week 15 fantasy football waiver-wire targets

    Week 15 fantasy football waiver-wire targets

    Carson Wentz suffered a potentially serious injury in Week 14, but help could be on the way with Aaron Rodgers likely to return in Week 15. He's among Alex Gelhar's top 12 waiver targets for the week. Read

  9. Week 15 fantasy streaming options

    Week 15 fantasy streaming options

    Believe it or not, but Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles leads the Week 15 list of fantasy football streaming options ahead of a matchup against the Texans. Find out who joins him here. Read

  10. Things I Learned in Fantasy: Week 14

    Things I Learned in Fantasy: Week 14

    Blake Bortles and Marcus Mariota are two quarterbacks heading in opposite directions. Marcas Grant writes that one of them could win you a championship. See what else we learned this week. Read

  11. Fantasy Touches & Targets: Kareem Hunt rebounds

    Fantasy Touches & Targets: Kareem Hunt rebounds

    The name of the game in fantasy football is volume. We recap all of the running back touches and wide receiver targets from Week 14 here, including Kansas City Chiefs rookie Kareem Hunt's bounce-back. Read

  12. No reason to hold Cooper in fantasy playoffs

    No reason to hold Cooper in fantasy playoffs

    Remember Amari Cooper's big blowup week? That was fun. That was also an outlier. Marcas Grant says it's long past time to drop the Raiders receiver. See who joins Cooper on the list this week. Read

  13. Season-saving fantasy football moves

    Season-saving fantasy football moves

    The fantasy playoffs are here. Alex Gelhar offers up three season-saving moves to make to earn a fantasy championship and yes, picking up Blake Bortles is one of them. Find out why here. Read

  14. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Aaron Rodgers QB - GB Packers head coach Mike McCarthy confirm... 1:56 pm   12/13/17

      Packers head coach Mike McCarthy confirmed Wednesday that Rodgers (collarbone) would practice this week in preparation for a return to the starting lineup Sunday against the Panthers, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.

      Impacts: Rodgers broke the news Tuesday on his personal Instagram account that he received medical clearance from the Packers' team doctor to play this week, paving the way for him to come off injured reserve and reclaim starting duties following a seven-game absence. Though Ian Rapoport of NFL Network relays that Rodgers' surgically repaired right collarbone hasn't completely healed, the quarterback demonstrated enough progress in his recovery while practicing over the last week for the Packers to greenlight his return. Given the nature of his injury and the length of his absence, the two-time NFL MVP might not be in peak form in his return to game action Sunday, but Rodgers at less than full strength still ranks as a far better option under center than Brett Hundley, who led Green Bay to a 3-4 record while Rodgers was out. Per Demovsky, Rodgers won't be eligible to return from IR until Friday, at which time the Packers would have to remove a player from the 53-man roster to create room for the franchise signal caller.

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