The Panthers could be one of the standout fantasy players of Week 15.
The opportunistic Seahawks against the mistake-prone Giants? This should be fun for Seahawks owners.
The Saints are second in the league with 43 sacks, and the Rams have struggled to protect Kellen Clemens against strong pass rushes.
The Chiefs totally dominated the Redskins last week and have a similarly great matchup with the Raiders this week.
The Cardinals dominated the Rams a week ago, and should be universally started against the Titans.
The Bengals had a terrible fantasy day against the Colts last week, but you should feel comfortable starting them this week.
The Bears held their own against the Cowboys, and could actually be a decent play given that the Browns aren't a huge threat to burn them on the ground.
The Eagles are a solid stream play this week, especially if Adrian Peterson doesn't start.
While the Cowboys have been opportunistic in the turnover department, they have allowed the most fantasy points to quarterbacks and running backs this year.
The Ravens have not done much from a fantasy standpoint for the last few weeks. Playing the Lions in Detroit is far from an ideal matchup.
This feels like a bad matchup for the Patriots. They should get after Ryan Tannehill, but the Lamar Miller-Daniel Thomas duo could have a big day.
The Colts surrendered 42 points to the Bengals last week, and have allowed 30.8 points per game in their last six games.
Tampa Bay has been better on offense over the last six weeks, but you should still start the Niners with confidence.
The Bills are a decent stream play this week, though the Jagaurs have played much better of late.
The Jags have played much better of late, but they're still too inconsistent to trust in fantasy leagues.
The Lions struggle against the pass, but they are a solid option against the Ravens this week.
Denver's defense is one of the few in the league that is in the top 10 in points allowed to quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers.
Tennessee has the horses to stop the Cardinals in the air, but I wouldn't trust them because of what Andre Ellington and Rashard Mendenhall can do on the ground.
While this may seem a bad matchup on its surface, New England could struggle without Rob Gronkowski.
Even against a lackluster Atlanta offense, you cannot trust this defense in fantasy leagues.
The Falcons had five sacks and two takeaways last week, and could be a decent stream against the struggling Redskins.
Houston's season stats still look good, but this has not been a dominant defense in recent weeks.
The Steelers don't force a ton of turnovers and don't get to the quarterback. That's a bad combination.
The Bears have become a tough matchup for even the league's best defenses. Don't start the Browns.
The Packers are a mediocre fantasy defense, and that makes them an unattractive option against the Cowboys.
You know the drill here. No defense is worth starting against the Broncos.
The Bucs picked EJ Manuel four times and sacked him seven times last week. They could be a nice stream option if you really need help at the position.
While the Jets may be suited to hold up against Carolina's run game, it's hard to imagine them doing well against Cam Newton.
The Raiders had a great matchup with the Jets last week and did absolutely nothing with it.
Minnesota has been dreadful against the pass. That makes the Eagles a terrible matchup for them.
Like the Broncos, the Saints are way too good an offense to consider starting their opponent in fantasy leagues.
Seattle's offense is too measured to consider a middling defense like the Giants in fantasy leagues.
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