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Fantasy Football Sleepers For Week 15 – Playoff Edition

Titus Young FantasyI’m sure most of you were watching the games this past Sunday. If you have Aaron Rodgers like I do, It sucked to see him pulled out of the game during the third quarter. It might have even cosseted you a win like it did for me!

This past Sunday was full of ups and downs. There was a lot of injuries to a lot of really good players. The major injuries that will affect your fantasy team the most has to be to running back DeMarco Murry, and Wide Receiver Greg Jennings. If you own DeMarco Murry then you should make sure to pick up Felix Jones, he is owned in just 60%of leagues.

Darrius Hayward-Bey should be looking good to every fantasy owner. He’s an option to look at if you need a third Wide Receiver or just a Wide Receiver to keep on your bench. Even though Darrius Hayward-Bey had a lot of drops against the Green Bay Packers, he still had over 7 points. DHB was the most targeted Raiders Wide Receiver. If you have room on your roster you should try to pick him up, even if it’s for the targets alone. DHB is a must pick up in any league so don’t lose out on him.

Titus Young is another Wide Receiver that I am very high on. I am so high on Titus Young because every team continues to double team Megatron and it’s not going to stop. Did you know that Titus Young is only owned in 6% of fantasy leagues? This Sunday Young had 87 receiving yards, plus 1 Touch Down, in a win over the Vikings. Do you need another good reason to pick him up? Megatron only had 4 points, 29 receiving yards and 11 rushing yards.

If you watched the Texans against the Bangles on Sunday morning, You should have played close attention to T.J. Yates. If you are in need of a back up QB, then Yates is your guy. You have to give it to Head Coach Gary Kubiak for NOT changing his offense. Texans threw the ball 44 times on Sunday. Yates threw the ball for 300 yards and 2 Touch downs. He also had 27 fantasy points against the Bangles. Did you know Yates is only owned in 5% of fantasy leagues? SLEEPER ALERT!!!

One guy who should be on all fantasy owners radar is Kahlil Bell. Look for the former U.C.L.A Running Back to get more touches next week against the Seahawks. Kahlil Bell had 6 points in limited playing time for the Bears offensive scheme, especially if Barber keeps making bone headed mistakes. Bell had 9 rushes for 40 yards, plus 5 catches for 24 yards in Sunday’s overtime loss to team Tebow.

Finally if you have anyone from the Kansas City Chiefs on your team then it’s about time you drop them. This is why you drop them: Todd Haley has just been fired from Kansas City. Also to, with all that turnover going on there, it’s horrible for that teams chemistry. Romeo Crennel is a horrible as a Head Coach. Does everyone remember his stint with the Browns? Oh and one more thing Tyler Palko need I say more?

I wish all of you the best of luck in the Playoffs, except if you are playing me… Go Bruins!!!
Jerry Siordia
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Go Bruins!!!

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