Week 15 NFL Preview: DFS Props & Start/Sit Advice For Fantasy Football Playoffs

By Alex Kurpeski

With only a couple of weeks left in the fantasy football season, we have a ton of great NFL games on the slate for this weekend. We’ve got a ton of great MKF props for you too, in case your teams have already been knocked out of the fantasy football playoffs. Thanks to monkeyknifefight.com you can win some serious cash on big props like the one below. Sign up using our promo code 3co for a 100% deposit match up to $50. That’s the difference between winning 5,000 and 10,000 — assuming this hits. 

MKF Prop of the Week (100X)

 

Buffalo at Denver

Denver is somehow still in the playoff picture, but that probably won’t be the case after this game. Buffalo has been playing some great football and their quest for the two seed rides on them winning out for the remainder of their schedule. 

 

✔ Starts: Devin  Singletary, Cole Beasley, Gabriel Davis, K.J Hamler

✘ Sits: Drew Lock, Melvin Gordon

 

Carolina at Green Bay

Green Bay always has that one terrible loss to a bad team each season. It hasn’t happened yet but this game is a good candidate to be the one. 

 

✔ Starts: Mike Davis, Robert Tonyan, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Curtis Samuel

✘ Sits: Robby Anderson, Teddy Bridgewater

 

Tampa Bay at Atlanta

The Bucs will be without Ronald Jones, so this game might be a trap for any giddy bettors looking to throw money on TB12 and company. The Falcons have been feisty as of late and this is a potential upset. 

 

✔ Starts: Tom Brady, Russell Gage, Leonard Fournette, Antonio Brown

✘ Sits: Hayden Hurst, Todd Gurley

 

Jacksonville at Baltimore

I love Yannick Ngakoue’s IDP upside in this revenge game. Baltimore will be without all of their receivers so go ahead and expect a big running game. 

 

✔ Starts: J.K Dobbins, Gus Edwards, Mark Andrews

✘ Sits: Gardner Minshew, D.J Chark

 

San Francisco at Dallas

Frowny face emoji followed by a puke emoji.  Oh, how these once-mighty franchises have fallen…

 

✔ Starts: Brandon Aiyuk, Michael Gallup, Raheem Mostert, Jeff Wilson

✘ Sits: Andy Dalton

 

Houston at Indianapolis

What a great week to have Jonathan Taylor. 

 

✔ Starts: Jonathan Taylor, Philip Rivers, T.Y Hilton, Chad Hansen

✘ Sits: Jack Doyle, Keke Coutee

 

New England at Miami

Cam and the Patriots would love to spoil Miami’s Cinderella season. 

 

✔ Starts: Lynn Bowden Jr., N’Keal Harry (oh, yes)

✘ Sits: Everyone else

 

Chicago at Minnesota

It’s a good week to be a young tight end (or David Montgomery). 

 

✔ Starts: Irv Smith, Cole Kmet, David Montgomery, Darnell Mooney, Mitch Trubisky

✘ Sits: Kirk Cousins

 

Detroit at Tennessee

Derrick Henry szn continues. 

 

✔ Starts: T.J Hockenson, D’Andre Swift

✘ Sits: Jonnu Smith, Chase Daniel

 

Seattle at Washington

Dwayne Haskins will be starting this week so say goodbye to RB2 J.D McKissic.

 

✔ Starts: Seahawks studs

✘ Sits: Everyone wearing red who’s name is not Terry

 

Philadelphia at Arizona

Jalen Hurts vs. Kyler Murray in the Oklahoma transfer QB bowl. 

 

✔ Starts: Jalen Hurts, Dan Arnold, Zach Ertz, Dallas Goedert, Christian Kirk

✘ Sits: Chase Edmonds, Alshon Jeffery

 

 

New York Jets at Los Angeles Rams

If you’ve got a guy with horns on his helmet he should be in your lineups. 

 

✔ Starts: Every Rams player

✘ Sits: Not a single Jet

 

Kansas City at New Orleans

Drew Brees is back but Kansas City should win this one. They’ve been too good this year to lose to a Saints team that has coasted by in the weak NFC. 

 

✔ Starts: Jared Cook, Emmanuel Sanders, Drew Brees

✘ Sits: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Sammy Watkins

 

Cleveland at New York Giants

This feels like a must-win for New York after falling even further behind Washington in the NFC East last week. Too bad Freddie Kitchens will be the OC. 

 

✔ Starts: Darius Slayton, Evan Engram, Wayne Gallman, Kareem Hunt

✘ Sits: Rashard Higgins, Austin Hooper

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