Week 15 Fantasy Football Start/Sit

It's semi-final time! Congratulations if you have made it this far, the finish line is now in sight, so let's win one more and get to that all-important final. We can't get all this way and fall at the final hurdle, so this week @FFShaneB gives you his weekly starts and @MattFFDynasty gives you his weekly sits in this crucial Week 15 game week.





Start Of The Week

Tom Brady (TB) @ ATL

I hate Tom Brady. Even after his move to Tampa, I still hate him. So, it hurts me to put him as the Start of the Week! BUT, this is a smash start. Atlanta defense sucks!! Ole Tom is gonna tear them to shreds. Expect a great day!

Daniel Jones (NYG) Vs CLE

Cleveland as a whole has been playing well! But, their secondary has been a little banged up and is where they have gotten beat. Jones is talented enough to expose that.

Drew Lock (DEN) Vs BUF

DREWVEMBER IS HERE!!!! Lock looked great last week and has a Buffalo secondary this week that has not been good. They are one of the worst against fantasy QBs. If Lock continues to play to this level he will be mentioned here again.

(Honorable Mention: Chase Daniel if Stafford is out)



Sit Of The Week

Matt Ryan (ATL) Vs TB

Despite being 3rd in pass attempts, Matt Ryan is only the QB15 in fantasy this year. He now has to face one of the tougher defenses in the NFL in the Buccaneers, most likely without one of his star WRs in Julio Jones. Ryan is an easy fade this week in your crucial fantasy matchup.

Kirk Cousins (MIN) Vs CHI

Cousins has found a bit of form lately and ranks as the QB5 since his bye week in Week 7. However, this week he is playing the Bears who are the 9th toughest defense against opposing QBs this season, allowing only 17.6 FPPG to the position. I expect this game to be more of a battle on the ground than through the air.

Baker Mayfield (CLE) @ NYG

Mayfield is coming off his best game of the season Vs a tough Ravens defense, and many owners may think he can lead their fantasy team to the final... however, I wouldn't be so confident. The Giants have been a sneaky good defense this season, and rank as the 4th best against opposing QBs. The Browns are likely going to lean on Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt again this week and Mayfield shouldn't need to throw the ball all that much with the Giants showing little on offense this season.