Zach Ertz will have a Week 15 matchup against the Giants if he’s able to return from a concussion that kept him out of last week’s game.
Jake Elliott will take on the Giants in Week 15, and even though the Eagles will be playing with backup quarterback Nick Foles, they should still move the ball effectively enough to make him a strong kicking option.
Kenyan Drake has rushed for over 110 yards in back-to-back games and will face a struggling Buffalo Bills run defense allowing 123.7 yards per game on the ground, which is 27th in the NFL.
Antonio Brown has 39 receptions for 626 yards and six touchdowns across his last four games, as he faces a New England Patriots defense this week who allow the eighth-most fantasy points to opposing WR's.
Julio Jones owners are in for a treat in Week 15 after back-to-back games against the NFL’s top corners (Xavier Rhodes and Marshon Lattimore) as the Falcons take on the Bucs’ league-worst secondary in terms of passing yards allowed per game.
DeAndre Hopkins has produced no matter which quarterback is throwing the ball, so if there's any drop-off with T.J. Yates engineering the offense Week 15, it will be due to the Jacksonville Jaguars, who rank second in yards allowed per game to wide receivers (117.1 YPG).
Le'Veon Bell has 490 total yards and four touchdowns across his last three games, as he faces a New England Patriots defense this week who allow 5.0 yards per carry, the worst mark in the NFL.
Alshon Jeffery will take on the Giants this Sunday in what should be a fantastic matchup against a defense that’s been in the bottom-five in terms of fantasy production allowed to wide receivers over the last six weeks.
Devonta Freeman came back with a vengeance against the Saints and is an excellent play in Week 15 if Tevin Coleman remains sidelined with a concussion against a Bucs run defense that’s allowed 14 rushing touchdowns this season, tied for the third-worst mark in the league.
Adam Shaheen has nine catches and two touchdowns over his last four games entering a Sunday clash against a Lions defense that has allowed opposing tight ends to score five times over the past four weeks.
Cam Newton has thrown for fewer than 200 yards in five of his past six games, but gets a good matchup in Week 15 against the Packers, who have allowed the ninth-most passing yards per game.
Dan Bailey will face the Raiders on Sunday, and now that it appears that the Dallas offense is back on track after a five-week slump, he should be considered a very strong fantasy option in what could be a high-scoring game.
In what has been a disappointing year for the Tennessee Titans' offense, Delanie Walker has been the one constant over-achiever as they prepare for Week 15 against the San Francisco 49ers, who rank 20th in pass defense (230.5 YPG), but are first in yards allowed per game to tight ends (33.9 YPG).
Ted Ginn Jr. caught just two passes for the second-straight week, but against the Jets’ poor secondary that have given up 234 passing yards per game, he could see more opportunities in Week 15, particularly if Alvin Kamara can’t play.
Leonard Fournette continues to play through a sore ankle but is getting a full complement of touches each week as he prepares for the Houston Texans, who rank eighth in rushing touchdowns allowed (eight).
With a lengthy layoff from Thursday night to Monday night, playing the Bucs might be just what the doctor ordered for Matt Ryan, as Tampa allows the most passing yards per game this season at 276.1.
Rob Gronkowski returns from suspension this weekend but will face a Pittsburgh Steelers defense that has defended the pass well in 2017, allowing just 201 passing yards per game, which is fourth in the NFL.
Davante Adams has four touchdowns in his last five games and may not be effected by the Packers uncertainty under center entering a Sunday contest against a Panthers defense that has allowed three 100-yard receivers in their last three games.
Latavius Murray averaged 85 yards and a touchdown over three weeks prior to his last outing, and appears poised to rebound Sunday against a 32nd-ranked Bengals rush defense that allows 132.1 yards per game.
Jamison Crowder will have a Sunday tilt against the Cardinals, who have allowed just two touchdown passes to opposing wide receivers over their last six games.
Jay Ajayi will have an excellent matchup against the Giants in Week 15, who have been a bottom-seven against the run over the last six weeks.
Mohamed Sanu turned in another strong performance (six receptions, 83 yards and a touchdown) and should find plenty of room against the Bucs in Week 15, who have allowed the most passing yards per game.
LeSean McCoy took advantage of snowy conditions to rush for a season-high 156 yards this past Sunday, and will face a Miami Dolphins defense allowing 109.5 yards per game on the ground, which is 15th in the NFL.
Jordan Howard faces a Lions defense on Sunday that has allowed the second most rushing touchdowns on the year (17), a defense he posted a 15-125-1 line against four weeks ago.
Ryan Succop is the NFL's 10th leading scorer (105 points, 8.1 PPG) entering Week 15 against the San Francisco 49ers' 23rd-ranked scoring defense (24.2 PPG).
Jason Witten will take on the Raiders this Sunday, who have allowed the second-most fantasy points to opposing tight ends over the last six weeks.
Ben Roethlisberger has at least 290 yards and two touchdowns in five of his last six games, as he faces a New England Patriots defense this week who allow the seventh-most fantasy points to opposing QB's.
Adam Thielen topped 100 yards and scored for the first time in three weeks last week and now faces an injury-riddled Bengals secondary on Sunday that has allowed 100-yard receivers in consecutive weeks.
Nelson Agholor will take on the Giants in Week 15, and although he’s been targeted at least 11 times in each of his last two games, it’s difficult to know if new starting quarterback Nick Foles will look his way nearly as often as Carson Wentz did.
Rod Smith will be up against the Raiders in Week 15, and although Alfred Morris is the starting running back, Smith may have earned a bigger role in the Cowboys’ backfield based on last week’s huge performance.
Devin Funchess escaped his matchup with Xavier Rhodes with 59 yards and a touchdown and gets to go up against a Packers secondary in Week 15 that’s allowed the eighth-most passing touchdowns this season.
Michael Thomas caught double-digit passes for the first time all season and has touchdowns in back-to-back games with a chance to make it three-in-a-row in Week 15 against a Jets secondary that’s allowed 25 passing touchdowns this season, the fourth-worst mark in the league.
Jack Doyle needs just 21 receiving yards to set a new career high and should be able to achieve that Week 15 on Thursday night against the Denver Broncos, who rank 29th in yards allowed per game to tight ends (63.2 YPG).
Josh Lambo has converted 16-of-17 field-goal attempts in the seven games he's played for the Jacksonville Jaguars, averaging 8.7 points per game entering Week 15 against the Houston Texans' 29th-ranked scoring defense (25.8 PPG).
Drew Brees may need to carry the offense in Week 15 if Alvin Kamara can’t play and gets a good secondary to tee off against as the Jets have allowed the fourth-most passing touchdowns this season at 25.
Dez Bryant will take on the Raiders in Week 15, but it could be difficult for him to find the end zone for the third week in a row against a defense that’s held opposing wide receivers to five touchdown receptions over their last five games.
Dak Prescott will have a strong matchup against the Raiders this Sunday, as they have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks over the last six weeks.
Marcus Mariota's play has slipped this season -- whether that's due to injuries or coaching or both, it's an issue heading into Week 15 against the San Francisco 49ers' 25th-ranked defense (351.8 YPG).
DeMarco Murray is averaging just 42.5 yards per game this season, but head coach Mike Mularkey said the Tennessee Titans' offensive woes are "fixable" as they prepare for Week 15 against the San Francisco 49ers, which ranks 19th in rushing touchdowns allowed (10).
Jordy Nelson had six touchdowns in four games with Aaron Rodgers under center and averaged only 21.8 yards per game with Brett Hundley, showing the peak and valley he offers Sunday against the Panthers depending on Rodgers' return to health.
Alex Collins is fourth in the league with 5.1 yards per carry, but faces a Cleveland Browns defense this week who allow just 3.4 yards per carry, the best mark in the NFL
Christian McCaffery has seen his role recede as the Panthers continue to lean on Jonathan Stewart, but could see good opportunities in Week 15 against the Packers, who allowed a passing touchdown to Duke Johnson Jr., who plays a very similar role to McCaffery, last week.
Isaiah Crowell is coming off a season-best 121 yards on Sunday, as he faces a Baltimore Ravens defense this week who allow the 14th-most fantasy points to opposing RB's this season.
Dede Westbrook and fellow rookie Keelan Cole have transformed the Jacksonville Jaguars' passing game heading into Week 15 against the Houston Texans, who rank 22nd in touchdowns allowed to wide receivers (13).
Mark Ingram could be the featured back for the Saints if Alvin Kamara can’t go with a concussion, but faces a stout Jets run defense in Week 15 that held C.J. Anderson to just 2.2 yards per carry on 22 attempts last week.
Derrick Henry looks to extend his touchdown streak to three consecutive games Week 15 against the San Francisco 49ers, who rank 19th in rushing touchdowns allowed (10).
Stephen Anderson is getting an opportunity with Ryan Griffin and C.J. Fiedorowicz sidelined by concussions, but faces a tough task in Week 15 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who rank sixth in yards allowed per game to tight ends (40.8).
LeGarrette Blount will have a Sunday tilt against the Giants, and he should have plenty of success against a defense that’s in the bottom-seven against the run over the last six weeks.
JuJu Smith-Schuster is coming off a one-game suspension, as he faces a New England Patriots defense this week who allow the eighth-most fantasy points to opposing WR's.
Jamaal Williams has at least 21 touches in five straight games while scoring five times in his past three entering Sunday's contest against the Panthers' third-ranked run defense that allows 89.5 yards per game.