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Fantasy Football 2017: Week 15 Rankings (UPDATED)

The semi-finals have arrived, and if you’re still reading, you’re likely in the hunt. Congrats!

The time for complacency, however, is NOT now. None of this matters if you’re not hoisting the medal at the end.  No one cares about your third straight top-4 finish. They remember trophies. And trophies are all you can truly hang above your idiot leaguemates for the next 12 months.

Obviously, the level of competition is obviously at its peak, meaning lineups need to be absolute perfection. Thus, The Wolf is here with the most accurate Week 15 rankings in the business.

If that’s not enough, I want ALL of your questions and concerns. Hit me up on SnapChat or Twitter @RotoStreetWolf with any and all quandaries. Plus, be sure to tune into our 11:30 AM EST Facebook Live “Fantasy Football Week 15 Preview.”

Lastly, these Week 15 Fantasy Football Rankings will be updated on a rolling basis throughout the week.  As a Scoring Reminder, they are based on 1/2 PPR, 4 Pt Passing TD Scoring

 

Updates

  • Tevin Coleman has been ruled out, which means Devonta Freeman is set to monopolize touches in a juicy matchup (9th most FPs to RBs). He rises from my RB8 to the RB6, but jumps into “Elite RB1” range.

 

  • Leonard Fournette has been ruled out for Jacksonville, putting fantasy owners in a serious bind. Chris Ivory will likely start while splitting touches fairly evenly with TJ Yeldon. Both make mediocre, uninspiring plays if you had no other backup plan.

 

  • Tyrod Taylor is going to start, which thrusts him on the streaming radar in home versus a burnable Miami secondary. He’s averaged right around 20 FPs at home. This also increases the appeal of Kelvin BenjaminCharles Clay, and even LeSean McCoy with the offense likely to move at a much better clip.

 

  • Some stats about Robby Anderson succeeding with Bryce Petty towards the end of last year and in this preseason have more more bullish on his usability. Though I’m not going out of my way to start him, I’m not actively avoiding him, either.

 

  • Joe Mixon has been ruled out, which makes Giovani Bernard usable again. The matchup versus Minnesota isn’t inviting, but enough volume should be there for Bernard to approach double digits, at least.

 

  • Nick Foles python in his trousershas a , which has him on the rise. Oh, and he’s actually been pretty good when not in Jeff Fisher‘s torture chamber.

 

  • Jay Ajayi‘s touches are expected to continue growing, which is expected with both Carson Wentz‘s injury and his own comfort level increasing. With potentially 20+ touches on the way against one of the worst defenses in the league, Ajayi has real upside for Week 15.

Week 15 Fantasy Football Rankings:

 

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