Fantasy Football Week 15: Start’em / Sit’em
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Doug Baldwin, CLE (72%, 11) – What does Baldwin have to do to get in your lineup? He has over 20 fantasy points in four of his last five games.
Michael Crabtree, GB (67%, 10) – Amari Cooper is banged up which may lead to more targets for Crabtree and the Raiders could being throwing often to keep up with Green Bay.
Golden Tate, @NO (65%, 11) – The Saints have struggled to stop opposing WRs all year and that shouldn’t change this week. Tate could be in line for his 2nd consecutive big game. Too little, too late for Tate owners (yes, I’m still bitter).
Brandin Cooks, DET (64%, 10) – Got shut down last week, but this should be a high scoring game between two teams that like to throw the ball and can’t stop anybody. I’d be surprised if Cooks doesn’t crack 15 fantasy points.
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Danny Amendola, TEN (63%, 11) – The Pats are taking it easy on him in practice this week, but he should be ready to go on Sunday and should see his usual 10-ish targets.
John Brown, @PHI (50%, 10) – Philly’s CBs have given up the 2nd most fantasy points to WRs and I have a feeling Palmer and Brown will hook up for at least one deep ball, if not more.
Tyler Lockett, CLE (37%, 9) – It seems strange recommending two Seahawk WRs in the same article, but they have both been awesome the last two weeks and Russell Wilson is playing out of his mind right now. The Browns defense is certainly nothing to worry about.
Kamar Aiken, KC (24%, 10) – Sometimes being the only healthy body is enough. Aiken managed to gain 90 yards receiving with Jimmy Clauson throwing him the ball last week, so I have a whole new respect for the guy.
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