Step Your Game Up: FantasyFeud Week 15 Values & Top Plays

Step Your Game Up: FantasyFeud Week 15 Values & Top Plays

By Nick Raducanu (Editor), last updated Sep 12, 2016

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Nick Raducanu is the founder of ProjectRoto and is a contributor to Rotoworld and the New York Times. He's been ranked in the Top 25 of ESPN's fantasy rankings multiple times and finished fifth in FantasyPros' Daily Fantasy Accuracy Challenge in 2014. 

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Welcome to Week 15.

You may be out of your season-long fantasy playoffs (hopefully that's not the case), but that doesn’t mean you can’t make up for your sorrows with some daily fantasy! We’re officially into the part of the season where injuries are going to start to make things weird by forcing some unfamiliar names into strong situations (more on that below). This week, I think we need to get some exposure to the Eagles-Cardinals and Lions-Saints games, and strangely enough, I’d say the same for the Jaguars-Falcons games. Let’s see what other values we can dig up in Week 15…


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Week 15 Plays




Step 1: T.J. Yates ($104,900) at IND

This is much more of a recommendation based on price and matchup than it is a recommendation of T.J. Yates. Jimmy Clausen is the cheapest QB this weekend, but Yates isn’t that much more expensive and has a much better matchup against the Colts. While I don’t have much of a statistical argument here, I do have the name “DeAndre Hopkins” on my side. And for what it’s worth, Yates has thrown for two touchdowns and zero interception as a starter this season (yeah, fine, it was only one start, but still...).

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