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Detroit Lions tight end Michael Roberts put up a goose egg in Week 14 against the Cardinals. This week against the Bills, Roberts will have his hands full as Buffalo has allowed just 41 receptions and four touchdowns to tight ends this season. The only way Roberts could find any relevance is if he scores a touchdown, but with the inconsistency of this Lions offense, you would be hard pressed to think Roberts is an option this week.
Detroit Lions tight end Levine Toilolo has seen increased production the last two weeks, catching six passes for 116 yards, higher totals than the rest of his season combined. The Lions Week 15 opponent, the Buffalo Bills, have allowed the second fewest receptions to tight ends this year with 41. Combine a struggling offense and a stingy opposing defense, Toilolo is far from usable in fantasy this week.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Andy Jones caught his second pass of the season last week for just five yards. This week, it is not looking like Bruce Ellington will be able to suit up against the Bills, so Jones has a chance to be more involved in a struggling Lions offense. Even with more chances, he is not someone you go chasing after to get on your team, and more-so in your lineup.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay caught just two passes for five yards in last week's win over the Cardinals. It was a very pedestrian game for the second-year man, and one of his worst games of the season. This week against the Bills, Golladay is fighting for targets with TJ Jones, Andy Jones, and Brandon Powell, which bodes well for the Lions' defacto WR1. While the Bills defense has been solid and Golladay will likely matchup with Tre'Davious White, expect the Northern Illinois product to see a healthy target share. However, due to the Lions' ineptness on offense recently, look at Golladay as more of a WR3 with the chance for more if he can score.
Detroit Lions wide receiver TJ Jones has been severely disappointing in the absence of Marvin Jones. Over his last seven games, he has just seven receptions for 93 yards and no scores. However, with Bruce Ellington (hamstring) not practicing so far this week, it means that Jones very well could become the Lions' WR2 this week against the Bills. Just last season, he caught 30 passes for 399 yards, so he has had some hints of success in the offense, but he just hasn't gotten enough looks to be relevant in any format.
Detroit Lions running back Zach Zenner garnered a season high 12 carries for 54 yards, while scoring his first touchdown of the season last week against the Cardinals. Before Week 14, Zenner had only registered four carries for 28 yards, so it was interesting to see a big jump in workload. This week against the Bills, Zenner will most likely share carries with LeGarrette Blount again. However, that doesn't make him worthwhile in fantasy and he shouldn't be considered for any lineups.
Detroit Lions running back Theo Riddick has been serviceable in the absence of Kerryon Johnson, catching 14 passes for 104 yards, while rushing for another 72 yards in three games. This week against the Bills, Riddick has a chance to see even more work in the passing game with Bruce Ellington (hamstring) not practicing so far this week and not looking likely to suit up on Sunday. Buffalo has allowed running backs to catch 74 passes out of the backfield this season, so expect Riddick to get a healthy target share. Even with the solid workload, Riddick is nothing more than a flex option in deep PPR leagues this week.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck rebounded from a horrible Week 13 game by putting up 399 passing yards and two touchdowns against the Houston Texans. The ineptitude with the Colts ground game has proven to be extremely beneficial for fantasy owners, as Luck has had to throw the football an average of 43 times over his last three games and finished as a top-10 quarterback in each. The Dallas Cowboys defense may have surrendered only three QB1 scoring weeks in 2018, but Luck is well capable of overcoming a tough matchup and fantasy owners should fire him up as their starting option for Sunday.
Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron has been a star of the team's passing attack in an offense sans Jack Doyle and will look to finish the season strong against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 15. Dallas has been a fantasy point factory for tight ends, with the position accounting for nearly 27 percent of the receptions the Cowboy defense allows (the second-most in the league). Ebron will also get an opportunity to match the Colts franchise record for touchdown receptions in a season with the Cowboys giving up the 25 percent of their touchdowns to tight ends. Fantasy owners can't go wrong with Ebron and should slot him in as a TE1.
Detroit Lions running back LeGarrette Blount hit a roadblock last week, and that was Zach Zenner, his own teammate. Zenner scored Detroit's only offensive touchdown, while also taking 12 carries away from Blount. However, the bruiser has been solid ever since rookie Kerryon Johnson got injured, rushing for 182 yards and two touchdowns over the past three weeks. Although, with Zenner now clearly in the mix, Blount's unsteady workload is worrisome as a volume based, touchdown-dependent back. You could certainly do worse, but trusting Blount during fantasy playoff time is risky business.
Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen (hip) is questionable to return on Thursday night against the Chiefs after injuring his hip. Allen initially injured his hip on a near incredible one-handed touchdown catch in the second quarter, but it was incomplete and he landed hard on his hip. Allen didn't have any catches before leaving the game, so this could be a death sentence for his owners in the fantasy semifinals if he doesn't return to the game. If Allen does not return, Mike Williams and Tyrell Williams will see more targets in the passing game.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford had one of the least productive games of his 10-year career last week against the Cardinals, throwing for just 101 yards and no touchdowns. Despite the Lions winning 17-3, Stafford left much to be desired, and the situation doesn't get better this week on the road against the Bills. The 30-year-old signal caller leads one of the most depleted offenses in the NFL right now. Kerryon Johnson (knee) has missed several weeks and Marvin Jones (knee) is on the IR, so his weapons are limited. The Bills defense has kept them competitive all season and they have allowed the fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks this season, meaning Stafford could have his work cut out for him. Don't lean on him as anything more than low-end QB2.
Despite suffering through a tough season, the Atlanta Falcons defense is in play as a fantasy option in Week 15 against the Arizona Cardinals. Arizona's punchless offense, led by rookie quarterback Josh Rosen, has been a unit to target with fantasy defenses all season. Averaging just 13.7 points per game, last in the league, the Cardinals are giving up the second-most fantasy points per game to defenses. While it may not feel great playing them, the Falcons D/ST is a solid streaming option, especially if your normal starting defense has a tough matchup in Week 15.
Seattle Seahawks rookie running back Rashaad Penny (knee) missed his second practice in a row on Thursday. His status for Week 15 against the 49ers is now in concern. If he doesn't at least get in a limited practice on Friday, Penny will be unlikely to play. As long as Chris Carson remains the lead back in Seattle, Penny will be unpredictable and hard to trust as an RB3/flex. If Penny sits out, Carson will be a stronger RB2 play.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin (hip) returned to a limited practice on Thursday after missing Wednesday's session. Baldwin sat out in Week 14 against the Vikings but appears on track to return this Sunday. Baldwin has become more of a WR3 because he's dealt with injuries all year in an offense that runs the ball more than any other team in the NFL. Baldwin had just two catches for 22 yards but found the end zone just several weeks ago in the first matchup against San Fran. His return would hurt Tyler Lockett and David Moore.
Atlanta Falcons tight end Austin Hooper has caught at least four passes in each of his past five games in what has been a mini-breakout season for him. That being said, Hooper draws a tough assignment in Week 15 against an Arizona Cardinals defense that has done a good job at snuffing out opposing tight ends this season. Arizona is allowing the seventh-fewest fantasy points per game to the position in 2018. Normally a low-end TE1, the tough matchup downgrades Hooper into the TE2 range for Week 15.
Atlanta Falcons slot receiver Mohamed Sanu draws a decent Week 15 matchup against the visiting Arizona Cardinals. Coming off a six-catch, 54-yard game against the Green Bay Packers, Sanu has been a high-floor PPR play this season, notching at least 8.5 points in nine of his 13 games played. While he hasn't shown a huge ceiling, Sanu is a safe fantasy play who won't kill your lineups. Treat Sanu as a decent flex option in PPR leagues for the fantasy semifinals.
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley is coming off one of his worst games of the season in Week 14. Ridley caught just one of four targets for 10 yards last week, his lowest output since his goose egg back in Week 1. Theoretically, Ridley draws a plus matchup against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 15 as he will run the majority of his routes against David Amerson, the owner of a 52 grade over at Pro Football Focus. That being said, Ridley's recent slow streak will make him tough to trust as anything more than a plug-and-pray flex option in the fantasy semifinals.
Atlanta Falcons running back Ito Smith will welcome a struggling Arizona Cardinals run defense to town in Week 15. The rookie runner set career-highs with 14 touches and 74 all-purpose yards in Week 14 against the Green Bay Packers. While he continues to play behind Tevin Coleman, Smith has some value as a flex play against a Cardinals defense that is allowing the third-most fantasy points per game to the running back position. Treat Smith as a solid flex option for Week 15.
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones is fresh off of shredding the Green Bay Packers for 108 yards and two touchdowns in Week 14. The all-world talent will look to keep it going in Week 15 against the visiting Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals, led by star cornerback Patrick Peterson, have been tough against wide receivers this season, allowing the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to enemy wideouts. That being said, Jones is a must-start in fantasy any time he takes the field. Treat Jones as a solid WR1 for Week 15.
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