Notes from a fantasy football perspective on every Week 15 NFL game happening on Sunday. Also, you can follow Collin on Twitter at @ukfantasyballer.
All stats provided are based on 4 points per passing touchdown and full-point PPR.
EARLY SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Cardinals (3-10) vs. Falcons (4-9)
The Cardinals have improved since the coaching changes, but they have not come far enough yet and when you think about the Falcons offense, it doesn’t feel right knowing they are 4-9. The Falcons have a 68% chance of winning.
Matt Ryan (ATL) — The problems with the Falcons seem mostly out of his hands and he has got on with his job like a pro. Minus a few duds here and there, Ryan has been a fairly reliable fantasy football quarterback, topping 20 fantasy points in 8 of 13 games, and is coming off of a stellar three-touchdown performance. Ryan takes on the Cardinals defense, which has been very good against the QB position, but I can still see him hanging in there and putting up decent numbers, based on his overall consistency.
Tevin Coleman (ATL) — The stage was set for Coleman to be the lead back for most of this season, but it just hasn’t worked out for him. He has had just one game over 16 points. Now having said all that, if you have Coleman, I think he is worth a play this week as the Cardinals are the 4th worst against the run, giving up 32 points per game. Dare I say it, but fire him up as your No. 2 back.
David Johnson (ARI) — His O-line is shot to bits this year and before the coaching changes they seemed hell bent on sending him straight up the middle for no gain time and time again, and, pretty much excluded him from the passing game. Now he is more involved and they are scheming ways to get him the ball. this Atlanta defense is poor and teams have been able to do what they want to them on the ground. They have given up 1,200 yards on the ground and 700 to pass catching backs and a total of 14 TD’s to running backs. Start Johnson with confidence.
Julio Jones, Mohamed Sanu and Calvin Ridley (ATL) — In Week 14 Jones reached 1,400 yards for the season, which means he becomes the only player to reach 1,400 yard 5 years in a row. He is an absolute target, reception and yards monster and he is now adding touchdowns back to his game … Sanu averages 10 fantasy points per game. I feel he can get between 10 to 15 points and he is due a touchdown … No one would expect Ridley to continue at the pace he set back in Week 3. The Falcons play 3 receivers sets 58% of the time and if he sees more than 4 targets a game he often has bigger numbers. Averaging 12 points per game, I’d say he is a flex option this week.
Larry Fitzgerald (ARI) — He started the season so poorly, as did the whole of this Cardinals team, led by Mike McCoy. But since his departure in Week 7, Larry Fitz has done well. In Week 8 he posted 26.6 points and from then on has been a low-to-mid WR2. The Falcons are giving up 37 fantasy points per game to the receiver position, so there should be plenty for Fitzgerald to feast on, providing Josh Rosen can stay up straight to get him the ball. There really isn’t much else behind Fitz in the depth chart due to injury.
Austin Hooper (ATL) — Hooper has been had the third most targets on the team and in the right matchups has been a useful tight end. Outside of Kelce, Ertz, Kittle, now Gronk and Ebron, it’s a bit of a waste land, so if Hopper is on your roster, be grateful. He is a top-12 TE this week so fire him up against the Cards.
Buccaneers (5-8) vs. Ravens (7-6)
The Ravens are expected to dominate time of possession, passing yards and rushing yards. They have a 68% chance of winning.
The line: Ravens by 8
Jameis Winston (TB) — After returning from the naughty step a few weeks ago, placed there for throwing 4 interceptions against a poor Bengals side, Winston seems to have got the message. He is playing so much more controlled football, is running when needed and not reverting to gun-slinging mode by default. In his last 2 games he has nearly reached 50 yards rushing. Since his return he has had favorable matchups against the Giants, 49ers, Panthers and Saints, but in Week 15 he faces the Ravens, who last week had 3 sacks and 1 INT against Patrick Mahomes. The Ravens are the 3rd best against the QB position, giving up a stingy 15 fantasy points per. If you have been streaming Winston of late, it’s time to sit him.
Gus Edwards and Kenneth Dixon (BAL) — The rushing of Lamar Jackson, as we all know, will help the backfield and Edwards benefits from that massively. Since Jackson and Edwards have been the dual running options, Edwards has had two good weeks and two poor weeks … Since Dixon has been activated two weeks ago, he has been efficient in his limited role. Dixon had 16 carries over that period for 96 yards and a touchdown, adding 27 yards from two receptions. There should be enough to go around against the Bucs, as they are the 3rd worst against the running back position, giving up 31 points per game. Edwards is a RB2 back and Dixon’s an efficient flex start.
Mike Evans, Adam Humphries andChris Godwin (TB) — He started the season like a man on a mission (Week 1: 27.70 points and a TD); (Week 2: 22.30 and a TD); (Week 3 25.70 and a TD). Then Winston returned and Evans’ production slowed down. Winston was dropped in Week 8 and Evans production went up (Week 8: 29.90 and a TD). His average points per game is 17.28, but that is because of these monster games. I worry about Evans here, as Humphries has been targeted more of late. You will start him, but don’t bank on him giving you the production you will need in your playoff matchup … Humphries has been Winston’s first choice. That might be for many reasons, but I feel Winston doesn’t want that INT count going any higher this year and Humphries is an easier target. He led the team in receptions again in Week 14 and they will need to be accurate against the Ravens, who have only given up 11.6 yards per reception. I’d start Humphries as a WR 2 … When DeSean Jackson doesn’t play, Godwin has big yards and often a TD, (well, until last week anyway). He ended that game with 1 reception for 13 yards. Winston just couldn’t find him. He had 10 targets thrown his way, 3 of which were red zone targets, but he came away with a 10% catch rate.
Cameron Brate (TB) — Since Howard’s season-ending injury, Brate has been very useful, considering it’s the tight end position, which outside of the top 4 has been hard to predict. The tight end spot is Winston’s comfort blanket, and if there is one chink in the Ravens armour it’s the tight end position. they are ranked 11th worst and are giving up 13 fantasy points on average to the position.
Lions (5-8) vs. Bills (4-9)
This is a fairly even matchup with the Lions expected to throw more and the Bills expected to rush more. The Lions have 50.6% chance of winning.
The line: Lions by 2.5
Matthew Stafford (DET) — The normally reliable Stafford is only averaging 13.6 fantasy points per game and going in to Buffalo and with temperatures expected to be low, this should be a run first kind of game. The Bills are surprisingly stout against the QB position as they are only giving up 12 fantasy points per game, so I expect this to be a difficult matchup for Stafford. Try to bench him if you can as he is dealing with a sore back.
Josh Allen (BUF) — Wow, what an entrance this young man has made since returning from injury. He has rushed more times in 3 consecutive games than any QB before him, including Michael Vick. The QB position is a strange one in fantasy, so here are Allen’s Week 14 stats: 18 completed passes for no TDs, 206 total passing yards and 101 rushing yards and he scored 18.34 fantasy points. If you have him or if he is still available, then get him and start him over Stafford.
Theo Riddick and LeGarrette Blount (DET) — With Kerryon Johnson still out this leaves the grinder role to Blount and the pass-catching work for Riddick. When Johnson went down, Blount had a great first game, he had 103 yards from scrimmage and 2 TDs, but since has only managed a high of 6 fantasy points. I doubt you will need to start Blount in Week 15, and try your best not too. Since the start of the season the following players are no longer available to Stafford as pass-catching options: G. Tate, M. Jones, K. Johnson and now B. Ellington, too, so Riddick will have to be in for a good work load this week. Start him as an RB2.
Robert Foster and Zay Jones (BUF) — The Bills released K. Benjamin and have gone rookies all the way. Z. Jones and R. Foster have done OK with Allen under center; the pair have flip-flopped through Weeks 12 to 14 with the pair taking turns putting up big numbers. The Lions D has been O.K. against the WR position, they are giving up 35 fantasy points per game, so I feel that you can start Z. Jones and expect flex results.
Kenny Golladay (DET) — For me, Golladay is a star in the making, and at one stage in the season I thought he had arrived. His movement, route running and safe hands are so impressive to watch, however, his fantasy production of late has not been great. Stafford’s sore back and the fact that he is the main man with M. Jones out meant that he got some Patrick Peterson attention and it didn’t go his way in Week 14. His matchup in Week 15 doesn’t get easier as the Bills have the best stats against the WR position, giving up only 28 fantasy points per game, but I still feel that Golladay can be started. Just proceed with caution.
Packers (5-7-1) vs. Bears (9-4)
The Bears are expected to control the clock, rush for more yards and have a 65% chance of winning.
The line: The Bears by 5.5
Aaron Rodgers (GB) — A-Rod looked back to his usual accurate self in Week 14 and added 44 rushing yards, too. He is averaging 19.63 fantasy points but I do expect even Rodgers will struggle against this fierce Bears defense; it should be an interesting divisional matchup. The Bears are only giving up 13 fantasy points to the QB position, but I said earlier in the season that Rodgers has become a streaming type QB up until now. This is a matchup I personally wouldn’t start him. I’d feel more comfortable playing Josh Allen this week.
Mitch Trubisky (CHI) — Coming back from a shoulder injury, M. Trubisky completed only 50% of his passes as he threw for a season low 110 yards, 1 TD and 3 INT’s. I’m not sure if it is his shoulder playing up or a little rust in the cold air, but something wasn’t right. He only managed 4.70 fantasy points compared to his season average of 20.16. You can start him in Week 15.
Aaron Jones (GB) — Since Week 8, Jones has done you proud every week. In Week 14 he took his time to get started but he amounted over 100 yards from scrimmage and a TD for 19.60 fantasy points. This week’s matchup will be interesting as the Bears held Todd Gurley to 28 rushing yards, 30 receiving yards and 8.80 fantasy points. You will start Jones this week, but he could easily end up a dud.
Devante Adams and Randall Cobb (GB) — With Rodgers throwing you the ball there is a fair chance you will be fantasy relevant. Adams has been getting it done all year, averaging 21.82 fantasy points per game. I think Cobb gets back into the swing of things as well. Again, Cobb caught 5 of his targets for 43 yards and a TD last week, If you are going to beat this Bears D, it will have to be done through the air and the trio of Rodgers, Adams and Cobb have as good a chance as anyone.
Jimmy Graham (GB) — Since Week 11 when Graham injured his hand he has only averaged 32 yards per game with a terrible 4.9 yards per catch, but he is still out there and there has been improvement in the hand. That said, I’d rather stream Ian Thomas over him this week.
Trey Burton (CHI) — I was a Burton truther at the beginning of the season, but the ball is not being forced to him. He is a talent, athletic and a miss match, but is not a focal point in this Bears attack. Burton is just outside the top 12 this week but if he is your tight end then start him.
Raiders (3-10) vs. Bengals (5-8)
The Bengals should be clear favorites for this match and they have 68% chance of winning, but, something tells me the Raiders could be on for an upset here.
The line: Bengals by 3
Derek Carr (OAK) — Carr is ranked as the QB24 this season. Things have not gone his way this year and there have been plenty of changes and hurdles for him to overcome. Carr is averaging 15 fantasy points per game but in his past two he has a combined point total of 42 and 5 touchdowns. Carr, Martin, Nelson, Roberts and Ateman have all done their part over the past 2 weeks. The Bengals give up 21 points to opposing quarterbacks and I feel comfortable in starting Carr this week. Who’d have thought anyone would say that in a playoff weekend?
Joe Mixon (CIN) — Mixon is averaging 17.72 fantasy points per game. He is a low end RB1 and last week he rushed for 111 yards 1 TD and 27 receiving yards for a total of 24.80 fantasy points. His matchup against the Raiders D should be fine, they are giving up 25 fantasy points to the RB position so start Mixon with confidence.
Doug Martin (OAK) — Martin had done nothing all the way up to his BYE in Week 7 (the highest points tally was 4). Since his BYE he has had 7’s and 8’s but more recently in Weeks 12 through 14 he has accumulated 38.10 points and 3 touchdowns, which is a massive improvment from where he was. He will have a good matchup in Week 15 as the Bengals are the worst D against the position giving up a total 20 touchdowns and giving away 32 fantasy points to the position. You can start Martin.
Jordy Nelson (OAK) — I am hesitant to even say this, but I think if you are in desperate need you can start Nelson. His production over the past two games, like Carr and Martin, has been encouraging, in Week 13 he had 10 receptions for 97 yards and in Week 14 he snagged 6 receptions for 48 yards and Week 15. Against the Bengals I really feel Nelson is in for a big week. Start him if you need a third receiver.
Tyler Boyd (CIN) — Boyd has been solid all season long, he was a Dalton favorite and more recently has become a Driskel favorite, too. The Raiders matchup allows 34 fantasy points to the WR position, so Boyd should fine this week.
C.J. Uzomah (CIN) — Whilst waiting for Gronk to sort himself out this season I streamed Uzomah once or twice and I regretted it on both occasions. Now having said that, and I’m sorry I feel terrible saying this, Uzomah has had 7, 10, 8 and 6.7 points in his last 4 games and the Raiders are the worst against the position, giving up an average of 16.5 points per game. So, if you have been streaming I guess you could start him but you have been warned.
Jared Cook (OAK) — Cook is the TE5 on the year and is averaging 13.81 points per game. He has put up 23 & 18.60 points in Weeks 13 and 14 and the Bengals give up 14 points per game to tight ends, so go ahead and start him.
Cowboys (8-5) vs. Colts (7-6)
The Cowboys are on a winning streak right now, but the Colts have a 54.6% chance of winning.
Dak Prescott (DAL) — Since the arrival of A. Cooper, Dak has become fantasy relevant again. He is prone to a turnovers and INTs, but he has a number 1 in his ranks, and he has rushing ability. This week will be a difficult matchup if you are looking to stream, as the Colts give up around 17 points to quarterbacks and I feel that’s probably about where Dak will finish, so he will be outside the top 12 this week.
Andrew Luck (IND) — Luck has 34 touchdowns this year and 13 interceptions with an average of 21.04 points per game. He has been fantastic this season but faces a tough matchup against the Cowboys, who are a top 10 ranked defense across the board. They give up 15 points per game to the QB position so Luck will have his work cut out.
Ezekiel Elliott (DAL) — There is no real reason to comment on Zeke, we know what he is and what he does. Zeke was in fine form last weekend and the Colts are giving up 25 points per game to running backs.
Amari Cooper (DAL) — Traded for next year’s first round pick, how they laughed that the Cowboys gave up a 1st for a dud like Cooper. How wrong they were. Since joining the Cowboys he has had a 38-point game and last week notched a 49-point game, which has given him a warped average of 23 fantasy points per game. He has 40 receptions in those 6 games and in the past two weeks has had 21 targets and 18 receptions. He is on form and you can start him this week.
T.Y. Hilton (IND) — T.Y. has been flat-out amazing this season and last week he snagged 9 of his 12 targets for 199 yards, which was half of the whole offense. Against the Cowboys he should be fine, but they are ranked as the 2nd best defense against the WR position, giving up 28 fantasy points per game. You can start Hilton, just don’t expect the 28 points he got last week.
Eric Ebron (IND) — Ebron had been doing well, but since J. Doyle went down he has stepped up and now leads all tight ends in touchdowns this season. Expect Ebron to be busy this week but remember that the Cowboys did shut down Z. Ertz last week.
Redskins (6-7) vs. Jaguars (4-9)
Oddly, the time of possession, passing yards and rushing yards are all projected to be equal, and yet the Redskins have 60.7% chance of winning.
The line: Redskins by 7
Leonard Fournette (JAC) — I don’t have a great deal to write here about this matchup as I truly do not believe we will be starting anyone other than Fournette. He has missed a large chunk of the season due to injury and more recently a suspension. He returned last week to face the Titans and was only good for 41 yards. He faces the Washington D this week and it will be a tall order getting their D line shifted to create gaps for Fournette. You can start him but he will probably max out at around 18 fantasy points.
Dolphins (7-6) vs. Vikings (6-6-1)
The Vikings are predicted to dominate time of possession, passing yards and rushing yards. Points total is 48, with the Vikings having 66.9% chance of winning.
The line: Vikings by 7
Kirk Cousins (MIN) — The stats of 208 passing yards, 1 TD and 5 rushing yards for 10.82 fantasy points read as bad as it was too watch. The run game didn’t get going and it was not until the 4th quarter until they registered a point. For me Cousins was signed and paid to get it done in places like Seattle. He faces a Dolphins defense who are giving up 18 fantasy points to the QB position and I feel this is probably Cousins’ ceiling in this matchup.
Frank Gore and Kenyan Drake (MIA) — The Dolphins backfield is a nightmare for fantasy owners. The Vikings run D is a top 10 defense, which is only allowing 24 fantasy points to the RB position and a total of 9 TD’s. If you are relying on either of these two backs to help you in Week 15, I feel for you because there is no logical reason as to why one can be trusted more than the other.
Dalvin Cook (MIN) — If you drafted Cook I know you took him higher than 47th, which is where he is currently ranked, but that’s due to injury and poor play early on in the season. In the past 3 weeks, Cook is getting it together and giving you output about what you were hoping for despite his O-line struggling. You can start Cook this week as a high RB2.
Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen (MIN) — The wheels seemed to fall off slightly for the Vikings, neither Thielen or Diggs had big games in Week 14. Thielen had 70 yards from five receptions against Seattle Seahawks, which was Thielen’s worst fantasy performance of the season. Expect him to bounce back against the Dolphins, who will likely be without starting cornerback Xavien Howard, which could open things up for him in the middle of the field. … Diggs has been inconsistent but against the Dolphins he has a chance to put up decent numbers. The Dolphins allow the 11th most fantasy points to wide receivers in 2018.
Kyle Rudolph (MIN) — Traditionally a red zone monster, he has mostly failed to show up. If you have to start him, hope for the TD upside against this Dolphins D, which is allowing 14 points per game to the tight end spot.
Titans (7-6) vs. Giants (5-8)
The Titans are predicted to have more possession and have more rushing yards but the Giants will control the passing game. Titans have 59.1% chance of winning.
The line: Titans by 2.5
Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis (TEN) — No one in their right mind would have played Henry last week against the Jags run defense, unless you had no choice, yet there he was, scoring 4 TDs and wracking up 238 yards for an eye watering 47.80 fantasy points. This Giants run D is poor and leaky, so I think that they will attack this weakness again, but as a low-to-mid RB2. I feel there is enough for both Henry and Lewis to see low end RB2 production with upside. The Giants run D is 6th worst and is giving up 28 fantasy points to the position.
Saquon Barkley (NYG) — It seems this game is going to be run heavy, so there’s even more reasons than usual to like Barkley this week.
LATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Seahawks (8-5) vs. 49ers (3-10)
The Seahawks should dominate the time of possession, rushing yards and passing yards. They are the favorites to win and have a 66.9% chance of winning.
The line: Seahawks by 5.
Russell Wilson (SEA) — For most of this season, Wilson has been very efficient. While the Seahawks have been a run heavy team, he has been making the most of his chances. But in Week 14, he attempted 20 passes, completed 10 of them for a career-low of 72 yards an interception. The 61 rushing yards helped, but he still ended up with just 8.98 fantasy points. Especially if he gets Doug Baldwin back he is a good bounce-back candidate against the 49ers, who are among the top 10 in fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks.
Chris Carson (SEA) — It is clear that the Seahawks want to run the ball as much as possible. Carson had 22 carries for 90 yards last week and was evasive as ever, missing 8 tackles to gain extra yards and ending the game with a touchdown. The 49ers are a mid-tier defense against the run, allowing 25 fantasy points to the position. You can start Carson and expect him to be a high end RB2 or even a low-end RB 1 this week.
Jeff Wilson (SF) — Wilson has stood in well for the injured M. Breida in his 2 full starts. Against the Seahawks he had 134 yards from scrimmage and last week had a 90-yard game. Teams have had success on running the ball against Seattle and Wilson can be considered an RB2 this week.
Tyler Lockett (SEA) — If Baldwin continues to miss due to his hip injury, the 3 receiver sets that the Seahawks like to use will consist of Lockett, Moore and Brown. Lockett has been the go-to guy for Wilson and he is having a breakout year. He is getting a 19% target share and has faced some elite corner backs, but he is still managing big games. If they are to beat the 49ers, then the best way is through the air, as they are among top 10 worst against wide receivers, giving up 38 fantasy points per game to the position. Lockett will be an WR2 this week.
Dante Pettis (SF) — Pettis is clearly the most talented receiver the 49ers have. He owns 11% of the target share behind the tight end. When given the opportunity to be the WR1 he delivered. He’s banged up and listed as Questionable, but as long as he’s in the starting lineup, he’s an upside WR3 in PPR leagues.
George Kittle (SF) — Kittle has been a shining light in this horror show called the tight end position this year. Last week, Kittle snagged 9 of his 11 targets for 210 yards and a touchdown. He is well on the way to 1,000 yards and when you look in to his stats you see he has a 25% target share, he had 695 yards after the catch and his drop rate is No. 1 with an average of only 0.5 per game.
Patriots (9-4) vs. Steelers (7-5-1)
Time of possession, passing yards and rushing yards are all to be shared in this matchup. The Patriots have a marginal 53.3% chance of winning.
The line: Patriots by 1.5
Tom Brady (NE) — Brady had a much better week against Miami, even though the Pats failed to win. He threw for 358 yards and 3 touchdowns for 26.62 fantasy points, which is much higher than his 18 points average per game.
Ben Roethlisberger (PIT) — Aside from Week 1, Big Ben has been your man all year and I expect this to continue into Week 15. The Patriots are among the top 12 worst teams against quarterbacks, pushing Roethlisberger to very high expectations this week.
James White (NE) — If I had to any Patriots back this week it would be White, who has more appeal as the pass-catcher in what should be a back and forth, high-scoring battle. The Steelers are the 5th best against running backs, only allowing a total of 19 fantasy points against the position, so Brady should be plenty pass-happy.
Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith-Schuster (PIT) — Brown had a low-profile game last week, catching 5 of his 7 targets for just 35 yards. He will be looking to correct this against the Pats, who allowed Stills 8 catches, 135 yards and a TD last week. … Smith-Schuster continued his assault on the league last week with a nice 8 catches, 130 yards and a TD for 33 fantasy points.
Julien Edelman and Josh Gordon (NE) — Edelman had a fine game against Miami with 12 targets, 9 receptions, 86 yards and 1 TD for 23.60 fantasy points. Edelman is getting a fine target share in New England. Since returning from suspension he has seen an average of 9 targets per game. The Steelers defense is just average against the WR position, so I’d start Edelman and expect high-end WR2 production. … Gordon has consistently been a WR2 this year and that should continue. He is averaging 4 to 5 catches per game plus he has touchdown.
Rob Gronkowski (NE) — Gronk had his biggest game of the season last week, so we learned two things. Yes, he still has something, and no, he cannot play safety. The Steelers are not very good at containing tight ends, giving up 15.6 points per game. Start Gronk and hope he’s turning a corner (what other options do you have at this point, anyway?).
Vance McDonald (PIT) — He has been a top 10 tight end on average all year and the Patriots are allowing 13 points to the position. He should, again, end up a low-end TE 1 this week.
SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Eagles (6-7) vs. Rams (11-2)
The Rams are set to control time of possession, passing yards and rushing yards and also have a 65% chance of winning against last year’s Super Bowl winners.
The line: Rams by 9
Jared Goff (LAR) — Had an awful week against the Bears (-3.0 points!). If you had him and are still in the playoffs I’d be shocked. The Eagles tattered secondary should allow for a bounce-back performance, if it’s not already too late for you. The Eagles are allowing 19 fantasy points to the position.
Josh Adams (PHI) — Clement left the field with an injury in last week’s defeat to the Cowboys and despite the score being 9 – 9 through 3 quarters, the Eagles didn’t use their other backs too much. I have Josh Adams the highest of this pair as a flex option, at best, this week.
Todd Gurley (LAR) — Gurley was held to only 58 total scrimmage yards for 8.80 fantasy points last week, when you compare that to his season average of 25.98 it’s fair to say the Bear shut him down. The Eagles run D is nowhere near as ferocious as the Bear D and you can’t help but rank Gurley as the number one rusher this week because he has done it every week, well other than last week.
Alshon Jeffery and Golden Tate (PHI) — Jeffery was the Eagles most targeted wide out last week with 6 receptions on 9 targets for 50 yards and a touchdown. The Rams secondary is an average group in the league, allowing 35 fantasy points per game to the WR position. Jeffery will be targeted and should be a WR2 this week. … Tate had a fine game two weeks ago but was shut down in Week 14. I feel that they will try and get him involved but he is third in line for targets.
Brandin Cooks, Robert Woods and Josh Reynolds (LAR) — Cooks was also affected by the Bears D last week and he only snagged 3 of his 7 targets for 22 yards, but he is should have room to play against this beaten up Eagles secondary. Cooks will probably see the most targets from this WR group and I feel you can start him as a low-end WR1 this week … I am also optimistic for Woods’ production in this matchup, and with the Rams lining up in 3 receiver sets 88 percent of the time, there should be room for Reynolds as well as a potential flex play in deeper leagues.