Unfortunately, Week 14 was another rough one for fantasy running backs – both in terms of more injuries and disappointing showings from players owners have been relying on this season. And before we close the book on last week completely, let’s take a peek and see how my Week 14 start/sit fantasy advice panned out.
It’s Week 15 and the fantasy playoffs are in full effect! Before we dive into this week’s start/sit fantasy advice for quarterbacks and defense/special teams (DSTs), let’s take our customary look back at Week 14.
It’s fantasy semifinals week! At least it is for most leagues unless you play in one of those leagues that all the way through Week 17. By now you should have a pretty good feel for what to do with your lineup.
Picking a kicker to round out your fantasy lineup has been frustrating this season. In Week 14, who predicted that Chris Boswell and Randy Bullock would be the two kickers with the most fantasy points? Sigh.
Week 14 was brutal for fantasy owners in terms of injuries to position players (two more running backs hit the IR... and counting). However, most people don't have to worry as much about injuries when selecting a defense/special teams (DST).
Welcome to Week 15, also known as the fantasy playoffs. If you've made it through a brutal Week 14 with injuries galore, you're in good shape. While fantasy owners likely lost Andy Dalton for the rest of their fantasy season, plenty of quarterbacks with good matchups remain.