What are the surprises in Week 15?

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Our fantasy experts reveal their boldest predictions for the fantasy playoffs’ first round. Which fantasy predictions will come true in Week 15.

Multiple Colts WRs are ready to go

Matt Harmon: I want you to know that I’m on the following Michael Pittman This week. In a friendly matchup, I believe he is having his best game of this season. But I also see Alec Pierce He was able to deliver a big game and possibly outscoring his teammates. The Vikings pass defense is a generous unit that has improved over the season. Since Week 10, Minnesota leads the NFL in yards per pass allowed — the Vikings are one of just four teams over 8.0 — and the unit has just six sacks to its name. The Chargers, Falcons, and Bears have more. This is not the type of company you want to be in. It’s notable that the sack stat is noteworthy. Matt Ryan, He was uncharacteristically weak in front sevens against star players such as Dallas and Pittsburgh in his two previous games.

Pierce is a particularly intriguing player in this matchup, as the Vikings have been ripped to pieces deep due to their coverage busts. Pierce is the Colts’ most prolific receiver by quite a bit. Pittman is their best receiver and can put together a great game. Pierce, however, could be able to make his fantasy day with just a few long gains. Two Colts pass-catchers are good for one game, so it’s not hard to predict success.

Alec Pierce is a matchup for Week 15. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images).

Are you relying on the Texans passing team?!

Scott Pianowski: I don’t know how I’ll play the DJ Moore Situation this week, perhaps just cry in your egg nog However, there are similar names I’d like to play. Elijah Moore And Chris Moore.

A Houston Texan? In the fantasy playoffs? What is the economy like? Kansas City’s defense cannot stop everything, but with Dameon Pierce Most likely, Brandin Cooks Moore may not be close to returning but has at least eight targets and the potential for many more. Opportunities are wonderful, but we only want the numbers. (Elijah gets a boost with Corey Davis Moore’s frustrations were aired earlier in the season, but the Jets have since forgiven him. It is still possible to beat the Lions secondary.

St. Brown gets lower expecations

Dalton Del Don: Amon-Ra St. Brown has emerged as a legit star, but it’s worth noting he’s averaged 7.8 catches and 86.9 yards with six touchdowns at home this season compared to 5.6-58.0-0 on the road. Jared Goff The TD:TO ratio is 20:3 in Detroit compared to 2:4 at home. While the Lions offense is improving — and Goff’s YPA drops a modest 0.2 away from home — St. Brown will be dealing with cold weather this week as well.

The Jets have granted the third-lowest fantasy points and YPA to wide receivers this year (including closing the slot). The Sun God saw nine targets last week but he now has more competition for looks. Jameson Williams, D’Andre Swift And DJ Chark All healthy for the first time. Don’t bench St. Brown in fantasy leagues but keep expectations tempered — and definitely look elsewhere in DFS this week.

[Week 15 Fantasy Rankings: QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs | FLEX | DST | Kickers]

Tua is back for another rough week

Andy Behrens: Is it bold to say that at this point? Tua Tagovailoa In any given week, they will not be among the top 20 fantasy quarterbacks. Perhaps not. Following the loss to Chargers, Miami’s offense looks to be a solution. In the last two weeks Tua has completed just 45.9 percent, averaged 220 yards per contest. Oponents have filled the middle of the field with their bodies, removing routes that were previously Miami’s specialty.

Are we sure the Dolphins can figure out everything in one week while traveling to Buffalo? It’s time for you to change your quarterback if you somehow made it to the playoffs with Tagovailoa. (I am not telling you that it is Brock Purdy time. But I am willing to switch if you wish.

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