Week 15 War Room December 15, 2013  |  Jeff

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The fake football playoffs are here and below, you will find a list of our finest Week 15 lineup resources for use when crafting your dominant fake football lineup. As always, be sure to leave your lineup questions in the comments section below. Good luck in Week 15!




Week 15 Last Second Decisions is back with a comprehensive look at all the hurdles facing your fantasy squad this week.

– For all the defensive streamers in the house, be sure to jump on Dreaming of Streaming Part I and Part II for the best in D/ST options.

– For the brave fantasy owners facing difficult lineup decisions, check out Week 15 Start/Sit for critical roster advice.

– If you need a wide receiver with some upside for Week 14, check out Garbage Time Romance and the underplayed options who will feast on garbage time production.

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30 Responses

  1. Mungfisher says:

    So I need 14 points (PPR) out of Torrey Smith and either Pitta or Joique Bell. With Bush reportedly healthy and getting his full compliment of snaps, I’m going Pitta. Disagree?

  2. SOA says:

    Played Demaryius, Mathews, and Tamme. Need to get some points. Am I crazy to play DaRick Rogers over Andre Brown in the flex based on believing he has a higher ceiling?

  3. Blimp says:

    So who would ya put at WR? Stevie, Da’rick or Bowe (.5PPR)


    PPR : 2 Flex: Todman, ace sanders, boykin, ivory, knile davis


  4. Blimp says:

    FIll a WR and Flex in .5 PPR: Bowe, Stevie, Rainey, sproles, da’rick rogers. HELP!

  5. The Vaproziers says:

    Good morning. Gerhart is out. Who you starting in PPR league? Toddman or Asiata???

  6. Ben says:

    Need 1 PPR. Amendola, Hilton, or Sproles. Thanks.

  7. Mungfisher says:

    Start Todman (PPR) or wait on Joique Bell or Pitta (if Bush goes)?

  8. Herschel says:

    PPR flex help.

    Morris at atl
    Andre brown vs sea
    TY Hilton vs hou
    Clay vs NE
    Todman vs Buf


  9. Shallow Hal says:

    Good day Jeff. Injury laden this week. Had to pick up todman for MJD. In ppr for flex roll with Lamar miller d willy or Michael Floyd? Thanks

  10. CruisinKC says:

    PPR league….start two at RB: Shane Vereen, Reggie Bush, Zac Stacy, Le’veon Bell, Andre Brown or Ben Tate?

    • Jeff says:

      Vereen and leveon are who u would roll with. I wouldn’t risk anything with Reggie when you have other solid options like those.

  11. Mike says:

    Gore or Tate?

  12. Walter Black says:

    Happy Sunday Funday y’all; its time for me to knock out my rival in the Semis, how should I give it to him? 12 team 1 ppr

    Plz pick 2 from below for a WR2 and flex spot; Who starts/sits and why?

    Roddy, Garçon, Ben Tate

    Thanks as always!

  13. frankie says:

    Need 1 ppr.Stacy,Le’von Bell,Reggie Bush,Andre Brown.Really want to play Bush.Since Bell has a night match up should I wait it out?If I’m up big play Bell? And if not go for the homerun with Bush?

  14. Norman says:

    Hi Jeff, 12 team PPR, 1st round of playoffs, we flex 2, who do I flex: Torrey, Spiller, Andre Brown, Ellington, Todman. Also, D Walker over Fleener? I’m leaning towards Walker but I’m also starting AZ D.

    • Norman says:

      Also, do I role with R Bush as my RB1, I started Woodhead with Rivers, so I need big points out of my other RB, if not my other RBs are listed above.

    • Jeff says:

      Ya I like delanie walker this week he should be solid. At flex Torrey is in for sure and then probably spiller of the other options. Good luck norm!

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