Looking for a sleeper to fill out your starting lineup? Well, these 10 players could be on the verge of solid stat lines. For more lineup help, check out Start 'Em & Sit 'Em and our player rankings.
Rex Grossman, QB, Redskins: Grossman has scored 14 or more fantasy points in three of his last four games, and this week's matchup against the Giants is a favorable one. New York has allowed 26 total touchdowns and the second-most fantasy points to quarterbacks, so consider the Florida product.
Matt Moore, QB, Dolphins: Moore (head) is expected to be under center for the Dolphins this week, and a matchup against the Bills makes him a viable option. Buffalo has given up 18 or more fantasy points to four of the last five signal-callers to oppose them, including Moore.
Felix Jones, RB, Cowboys: With DeMarco Murray done for the season, Jones will step into a prominent role for the Cowboys this week. The Buccaneers have allowed more fantasy points to running backs than any other team, so consider the Arkansas product a No. 2 fantasy back.
James Jones, WR, Packers: The matchup against the Chiefs isn't great on paper, but Jones is still a legitimate option in fantasy leagues this week. With Greg Jennings (knee) out of action, Jones should see more targets in the pass attack from superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Santana Moss, WR, Redskins: Moss, listed as a sleeper last week, came through with 14.10 fantasy points in a loss to the Patriots. He's a good option once again in Week 15, as Moss will face a Giants defense that has allowed the second-most fantasy points to opposing wideouts.
Demaryius Thomas WR, Broncos: Thomas has become the top option in the pass attack for Tim Tebow, who has targeted the talented wideout 20 times in the last two weeks. The Georgia Tech product will also face the Patriots, who have allowed the most fantasy points to receivers.
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