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ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15

The ESPN+ Cheat Sheet is your one-stop shop for Week 15 fantasy football advice. We’ve curated all of our best start/sit advice from this week, including Mike Clay’s Playbook and Shadow Report, Matt Bowen’s Film Room, Tristan H. Cockcroft’s Matchups Map, Liz Loza’s Facts vs. Feelings, Eric Karabell’s Fantasy Hot Seat and Eric Moody’s NFL Nation information. Don’t have time to read it all? That’s why cheat sheets were invented in the first place! Catch up on a week’s worth of reading in mere minutes, see which players are on the injury report and then set your lineup with confidence.

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ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Minnesota Vikings @ Cincinnati Bengals -3.5 Paycor Stadium, Cincinnati Saturday 1 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 40.5 (ninth highest) FPI favorite: Bengals by 2.2 (56.7% to win outright)

Vikings injury watch: WR Jalen Nailor: O; RB Alexander Mattison: O; WR Justin Jefferson: Q

Bengals injury watch: TE Drew Sample: Q

Best of the Week

  • The Playbook: Despite a solid pair of games since taking over for the injured Joe Burrow, Jake Browning is not a good play in Week 15 against a surging Vikings defense.

  • NFL Nation: Bengals rookie running back Chase Brown should be in the mix to get at least 10 touches per game. He had eight carries and three receptions in the team’s win over the Colts on Sunday and jump-started the offense with a screen pass that he turned into a 54-yard touchdown. The Bengals have wanted to get a better look at what Brown brings to the offense, and he has passed his early tests with excellent marks.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Pittsburgh Steelers @ Indianapolis Colts -1.5 Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis Saturday 4:30 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 42.5 (sixth highest) FPI favorite: Steelers by 2.1 (56.3% to win outright)

Steelers injury watch: QB Kenny Pickett: O

Colts injury watch: RB Jonathan Taylor: O

Best of the Week

  • The Playbook: Zack Moss has failed to reach double-digit fantasy points since Jonathan Taylor’s most recent injury, but should get enough volume against the Steelers to be a RB2 option for fantasy.

  • Shadow Report: Downgrade Michael Pittman Jr. due to expected coverage from Joey Porter Jr.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Denver Broncos @ Detroit Lions -4.5 Ford Field, Detroit Saturday 8:15 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 47.5 (third highest) FPI favorite: Lions by 3.2 (59.4% to win outright)

Broncos injury watch: none to report

Lions injury watch: QB Hendon Hooker: O; WR Josh Reynolds: Q

Best of the Week

  • NFL Nation: Jared Goff has had some issues recently, but Detroit’s offense ranks third in the NFL in offensive efficiency since Week 10 and has scored the fifth-most points per game during that span, so that in itself shouldn’t be a reason for concern for Amon-Ra St. Brown or Sam LaPorta

  • Shadow Report: You can slightly downgrade St. Brown due to coverage by Pat Surtain II, and bench Jameson Williams and Josh Reynolds.

  • The Playbook: The lack of any serious goal line usage for Javonte Williams leaves him in fantasy flex territory against a Detroit team allowing just 3.5 yards per RB carry for the year.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Chicago Bears @ Cleveland Browns -3 Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland Sunday 1 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 38.5 (11th highest) FPI favorite: Browns by 2.5 (57.5% to win outright)

Bears injury watch: WR Equanimeous St. Brown: O; WR DJ Moore: Q

Browns injury watch: WR Michael Woods II: O

Best of the Week

  • The Playbook: Chicago’s backfield remains one to avoid, but D’Onta Foreman’s surprise involvement in the team’s passing game raises his Week 15 potential over both Roschon Johnson and Khalil Herbert.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Green Bay Packers -3.5 Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin Sunday 1 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 42.5 (sixth highest) FPI favorite: Packers by 2.2 (56.6% to win outright)

Buccaneers injury watch: WR Chris Godwin: Q

Packers injury watch: WR Dontayvion Wicks: Q; RB Aaron Jones: Q; WR Christian Watson: D; RB AJ Dillon: Q

Best of the Week

  • Facts vs. Feelings: Expect Jordan Love to bounce back to top-10 QB numbers in what should be a high-scoring game at Lambeau.

  • The Playbook: Although Jayden Reed has found the end zone in four of his last five games, his fantasy value will take a big hit once Christian Watson returns to the Green Bay huddle, which might happen as early as this weekend.

  • Hot Seat: Aaron Jones is a risky RB2 option this week due to his battling knee and hamstring injuries this season.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Houston Texans @ Tennessee Titans -3 Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee Sunday 1 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 37.5 (12th highest) FPI favorite: Texans by 2.7 (58.2% to win outright)

Texans injury watch: QB C.J. Stroud: D; WR Noah Brown: Q; WR Nico Collins: Q

Titans injury watch: TE Josh Whyle: O; WR Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Q; WR Kyle Philips: O

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Best of the Week

  • The Playbook: With the status of both C.J. Stroud and Nico Collins unclear for this Sunday, it’s probably best to avoid any Houston receivers against the Titans

  • Facts vs. Feelings: DeAndre Hopkins has six touchdowns in seven games with Will Levis. He had none in six games with Ryan Tannehill. He’s also averaging 10 more receiving yards per game since the QB change.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15New York Jets @ Miami Dolphins -9.5 Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida Sunday 1 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 37.5 (12th highest) FPI favorite: Dolphins by 11.3 (80.4% to win outright)

Jets injury watch: WR Jason Brownlee: O; WR Corey Davis: O

Dolphins injury watch: RB De’Von Achane: Q; WR Tyreek Hill: Q; WR Erik Ezukanma: O

Best of the Week

  • Matchups Map: Tua Tagovailoa faced these Jets just three weeks ago and scored a season-low 7.82 fantasy points, but that hardly scratches the surface of the difficulty of this matchup. In merely the past six weeks, Justin Herbert and C.J. Stroud were also held to season-worst point totals (excluding Herbert’s Week 14 injury) by the Jets.

  • The Playbook: Although Miami is a heavy favorite against the Jets this week, Tua Tagovailoa has averaged just 13.0 fantasy points lifetime against Gang Green. Avoid him if possible.

  • Facts vs. Feelings: Liz Loza piles on, also expecting a down game for Tagovailoa due to matchup and the risk of a less-than-healthy Tyreek Hill.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Kansas City Chiefs -8.5 @ New England Patriots Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts Sunday 1 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 37.5 (12th highest) FPI favorite: Chiefs by 9.4 (76.2% to win outright)

Chiefs injury watch: WR Justyn Ross: O; RB Isiah Pacheco: O

Patriots injury watch: WR Tyquan Thornton: Q; WR JuJu Smith-Schuster: Q; WR DeVante Parker: Q; WR Matthew Slater: Q; RB Rhamondre Stevenson: O

Best of the Week

  • The Playbook: Over his past six starts, Patrick Mahomes’ average weekly finish in fantasy points has been QB16. If you have him, you’re starting him, but that might not be such an automatic decision for much longer.

  • Film Room: Bill Belichick will likely scheme to slow down Travis Kelce, which means Mahomes will have to go elsewhere in key spots. Rashee Rice already has Mahomes’ trust, making him a WR2 option in this one.

  • Facts vs. Feelings: Ezekiel Elliott’s ability to handle volume on the ground and in the passing game as a safety valve for Bailey Zappe, combined with the matchup against a generous Chiefs run defense, line up to make him a potential fantasy savior for those in need at RB.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15New York Giants @ New Orleans Saints -6 Caesars Superdome, New Orleans Sunday 1 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 39.5 (10th highest) FPI favorite: Saints by 10.8 (79.3% to win outright)

Giants injury watch: none to report

Saints injury watch: RB Kendre Miller: O; RB Jamaal Williams: Q; WR Chris Olave: Q

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Best of the Week

  • Matchups Map: Chris Olave wasn’t much of a factor in the Saints’ 28-6, Week 14 blowout of the Panthers, but this matchup against the Giants is more competitive and certainly more likely to be pass-oriented. Expect a return closer to (if not greater than) the 18.3 points he averaged from Weeks 9-13.

  • Shadow Report: The Giants have allowed the most yards to opposing receivers over the past four weeks, so upgrade expectations for Olave, Rashid Shaheed, and A.T. Perry.

  • The Playbook: No NFL defense has allowed more TE touchdowns than the Saints, so if Darren Waller gets activated from IR this week, he’s worth a very long look.

  • Shadow Report: Downgrade the Giants receiving group due to a tough matchup against the Saints’ secondary that has limited opposing receivers despite Marshon Lattimore’s injury.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Atlanta Falcons -3 @ Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina Sunday 1 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 33.5 (15th highest) FPI favorite: Falcons by 5.7 (66.6% to win outright)

Falcons injury watch: none to report

Panthers injury watch: TE Ian Thomas: O

Best of the Week

  • The Playbook: Simply put, Carolina is a poor matchup for both wideouts and tight ends, which makes it hard to trust either Drake London or Kyle Pitts, despite the pair’s recent run of success.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Washington Commanders @ Los Angeles Rams -6.5 SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California Sunday 4:05 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 50.5 (Highest) FPI favorite: Rams by 9.1 (75.4% to win outright)

Commanders injury watch: RB Brian Robinson Jr.: O

Rams injury watch: WR Tutu Atwell: Q; QB Stetson Bennett: O

Best of the Week

  • Matchups Map: Matthew Stafford has scored 22-plus fantasy points in each of his past three games – the only times he has exceeded 17 in a game all season – and the past two came against a pair of defenses with solid reputations in the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens. Stafford now draws the position’s most favorable matchup.

  • Shadow Report: The Commanders have struggled against the pass all season, which should be a boon for Cooper Kupp and Puka Nacua.

  • Facts vs. Feelings: Puka Nacua’s consistency is to be valued, especially in the playoffs. He’s the only receiver in the league with at least 6 targets in every game so far this season.

  • The Playbook: It’s very hard to show any confidence in Terry McLaurin, who has had four games this season with double-digit targets, but no 100-yard games and only two touchdowns to show for it.

  • Facts vs. Feelings: It’s been weeks since Logan Thomas has delivered a fantasy-worthy performance but he could shine again in Week 15 against a Rams team that has surrendered the third-most yards per reception – and tied for the most TDs allowed – to tight ends this season.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15San Francisco 49ers -12 @ Arizona Cardinals State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona Sunday 4:05 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 47.5 (third highest) FPI favorite: 49ers by 13.8 (85.2% to win outright)

49ers injury watch: TE Ross Dwelley: O; RB Elijah Mitchell: O

Cardinals injury watch: TE Geoff Swaim: Q; WR Michael Wilson: Q; WR Marquise Brown: Q

Best of the Week

  • Shadow Report: Upgrade Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel thanks to their prime matchup against a struggling Cardinals defense.

  • Matchups Map: Only six running backs have scored double-digit PPR fantasy points against the 49ers this season (the fewest in the league), with Rachaad White, who scored 8.8 of his 17.8 points on receiving plays, the only one to do so over the past six weeks. When James Conner faced the 49ers in Week 4, he totaled 12 touches and 6.6 PPR fantasy points, his season-low (excluding his injury-shortened Week 5).

  • Facts vs. Feelings: Like in Week 4, Conner’s not likely to generate much volume if the Cards fall behind, and they are the biggest underdog on the slate.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Dallas Cowboys @ Buffalo Bills -2 Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park, New York Sunday 4:25 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 50.5 (Highest) FPI favorite: Cowboys by 0 (50.1% to win outright)

Cowboys injury watch: WR Jalen Tolbert: Q; WR Brandin Cooks: Q

Bills injury watch: none to report

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Best of the Week

  • NFL Nation: Stefon Diggs has posted fewer than 35 yards in three of his past four games, and only 14 of his 54 targets since Week 8 have gone for 10 air yards or more. There’s no doubt he will continue to be targeted at a high volume, and interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady said that they would like to get involved more downfield, but Diggs has not had a 100-yard receiving game since Oct. 15.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Baltimore Ravens -3.5 @ Jacksonville Jaguars TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, Florida Sunday 8:20 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 42.5 (sixth highest) FPI favorite: Ravens by 4.7 (63.7% to win outright)

Ravens injury watch: none to report

Jaguars injury watch: TE Brenton Strange: Q

Best of the Week

  • Matchups Map: In two games as the team’s starter following Mark Andrews’ ankle surgery, Isaiah Likely has played 76% of the Ravens’ offensive snaps, run 66 routes, seen 14 targets and scored 27.3 PPR fantasy points, playing a role that’s plenty fantasy-worthy. Expect it to continue against a Jaguars defense that just surrendered 27.1 points to David Njoku in Week 14.

  • The Playbook: A healthy Odell Beckham Jr. has averaged 13.5 fantasy points over his last five games. He should be flex-worthy against a Jacksonville defense that has struggled against the perimeter this season.

ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15ESPN+ Cheat Sheet: Our best fantasy football advice for Week 15Philadelphia Eagles -3 @ Seattle Seahawks Lumen Field, Seattle Monday 8:15 p.m. ET

Over/under total: 47.5 (third highest) FPI favorite: Eagles by 2.6 (57.8% to win outright)

Eagles injury watch: none to report

Seahawks injury watch: QB Geno Smith: Q; WR Dee Eskridge: Q

Best of the Week

  • Matchups Map: Various bumps and bruises, generally bad matchups and a rising amount of negative game script has hampered D’Andre Swift the past three weeks, as he has totaled 17.3 PPR fantasy points on only 34 total touches. This week, however, he’s in great shape for a rebound against one of the position’s most favorable matchups, as the Seahawks have seen five running backs score more than 16 PPR fantasy points against them in the past five weeks.

  • Hot Seat: Eric Karabell preaches caution with Swift, as the Eagles have appeared to move away from the run game due to game script situations in the past three weeks.

  • The Playbook: We may be in line for a breakout game from Jaxon Smith-Njigba against the Eagles, who have allowed the most WR receptions, touchdowns and fantasy points this season.

  • Film Room: It’s hard to consider Kenneth Walker III more than a flex against a tough Philly front, especially after he split touches with Zach Charbonnet last week.

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