Recommended Lineup Week 15
All lineups are based off of a $1,000,000 salary cap featured at Daily Joust
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sports gaming. Lineups consist of a quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, one tight end, one kicker and one team defense. Teams are created for the King Arthur’s Free For All including all Sunday games.
QB: Josh Freeman
(TB) @ NO--$189,000--There isn't much not to like about Sunday's matchup for Josh Freeman, considering his previous production earlier in the season and the fact that the Saints give up the most fantasy points-per-game to opposing quarterbacks. In Week 6, Freeman pass for 420 yards and three scores against the Saints, so odds are he will come out firing again making him a great play this week in daily games.
RB: Jamaal Charles
(KC) @ OAK--$159,000--Coming off of his third straight 100-yard game, Jamaal Charles will now get the privilege of matching up against the Raiders, who have allowed at least 18 fantasy points to opposing running backs over there last four games. To add insult to injury, the Raiders have allowed at least one touchdown to opposing running backs in six straight games, so there is a good chance Charles finishes the day at least in the top 10 of all running backs.
RB: David Wilson
(NYG) @ ATL--$79,000--With Ahmad Bradshaw ruled out for Week 15, David Wilson will get his first start at running back for the Giants. The matchup is great and we witnessed last week what he can do when given the opportunity, so consider him a good start Sunday, despite the lack of experience.
WR: Vincent Jackson
(TB)@ NO--$142,000--As mentioned in Josh Freeman's breakdown, the Buccaneers had success in the passing game in there previous matchup with the Saints. Vincent Jackson finished the game with seven catches for 216 yards and a touchdown, dismantling the Saints secondary and there is a good chance that will happen again in Week 15.
WR: Randall Cobb
(GB) @ CHI--$103,000--The Packers offense may not be what it used to be, but Randall Cobb's production has not changed a bit from earlier in the season. The Bears defense is banged up, but can still shut down the running game, so expect Aaron Rodgers to throw the ball a lot in this game, connecting with Cobb on many occasions.
WR: Antonio Brown
(PIT) @ DAL--$86,000--In a must-win game for both teams, Sunday's matchup should be an interesting game, especially in the eyes of fantasy owners. The Cowboys have allowed six touchdowns to opposing wide receivers over the last three weeks, and considering Big Ben is back in action, Antonio Brown should be heavily involved in the offense, making him a solid play on Sunday.
TE: Dennis Pitta
(BAL) vs. DEN--$84,000--After a solid start to the season, Dennis Pitts fell off the map in the middle of the season, but has returned to fantasy relevancy over the last three weeks. He has been targeted 18 times in his last three games, including two catches for touchdowns, and his current trend should continue against the Broncos, who have been beat up by opposing tight ends this season.
K: Blair Walsh
(MIN) @ STL--$69,000--I swung-and-missed last week on Blair Walsh in many daily leagues, but this week should be a different story. Outside of Adrian Peterson, the Vikings offense is terrible, but there should get in field goal range enough times to allow Walsh to produce for fantasy owners needing his services.
DEF: Detroit Lions
@ ARI--$86,000--Over the last few weeks it has become a trend to start opposing defenses against the Cardinals, who have scored just six points the last two weeks. Even though the Lions defense has underperformed this season, but it really won't matter in this matchup, so roll with this group to save some salary room for other positions.
Total Salary: $997,000
Value Picks for Week 15
(GB)--$188,000--Despite the fact that the Bears defense is ranked No. 1 in fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks, anytime Aaron Rodgers is priced under $200k he is worth rolling with.
(OAK)--$157,000--The Raiders rank amongst the top of the league in passing attempts, and the Chiefs have given up seven touchdowns to opposing quarterbacks in their last four games, so this could be a big game for Carson Palmer.
(ATL)--$92,000--The Giants have allowed at least 100 yards rushing in three of their last five games and considering Michael Turner is priced under $100k, he is worth a shot.
(CAR)--$79,000--The Panthers utilized DeAngelo Williams in both the rushing and passing game last week, and this week should be much of the same with Jonathan Stewart ruled out again.
(SEA)--$91,000--The Seahawks will have to pass the ball in this game if they want to escape with a win, and SIdney Rice should be able to exploit the good matchup.
(GB)--$85,000--At his current price, Greg Jennings is a good play this week if owners are looking for a cheap wide out with high upside.
(DET)--$72,000--The Lions receiving core is depleted, and Tony Scheffler will basically be the No. 2 option in the passing game, so there is a good chance he produces over his current price tag.
(CLE)--$56,000--The Browns have involved Benjamin Watson more-and-more over the last few weeks and this week gets a solid matchup, so expect a good game from him.
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