Week 15 waiver adds
Week 15 waiver adds
The fantasy playoffs are in full swing now heading into week 15. Whether it be round 1 or round 2 depending on your leagues settings, and as we get closer to the end of the season this list will continue to shrink. Now at this point of the season there’s really nobody that hasn’t made the list or anybody that’s going to lead your team to a fantasy championship, but what I can do for you my fantasy friends and family is help you with pieces to add to your team. If you’re a Melvin Gordon owner trust me I feel your pain and hopefully you have a back up plan. None of these are in any particular order.
Kenneth Farrow (RB) San Diego
Farrow immediately filled the work horse duties for Gordon as soon as he went down early in the game. Farrow ran the ball 16 times for 55 yards and added 23 yards on four catches. This is why handcuffs are important people.
Kenneth Dixon (RB) Baltimore Ravens
I seriously doubt Dixon is available, he’s been on this list numerous times, but if somehow he’s available snag him up. He finally showed us what he’s capable of on Monday night, and fantasy owners of Dixon have to be excited to see what else he brings.
TY Montgomery (RB/WR) Green Bay
It’s been a while since Montgomery’s name has come up, but he made an appearance in week 14, and there’s no doubt that he’s the best running back on the Packers roster at the moment.
Bills Powell (RB) New York Jets
Matt Forte went down early in week 14, and when Powell got the chance to shine he over achieved that by exploding for 145 yards on 29 carries. Powell also added a touch down, and the fact that he also catches passes out of the back field only boosts his value in PPR.
Marqise Lee (WR) Jacksonville
With Allen Robinson’s production declining largely due to Blake Bortles, another Jaguars receiver is stepping up. Lee posted 113-yards on 5 catches. With defenses double teaming Robinson, Lee should get more targets.
Robby Anderson (WR) New York Jets
I know this is a bit of a dart throw, but if you’ve given up on Brandon Marshall for the time being, just like Allen Robinson’s situation Anderson has been making some noise on the Jets. He hasn’t been as explosive as Marqise Lee, but Bryce Petty definitely has an eye for Anderson on the field.
Orlando Torres covers Fantasy Football for MFST, you can follow him on Twitter @itslandoyo