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Fantasy Football Week 15 Quarterback Preview: Streamers, DFS plays, projections and more – CBS Sports

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You might think that with most leagues down to the final four, there would be little need for streamers. Considering I won last week starting Mitchell Trubisky, Philip Rivers and Jalen Hurts, I would disagree. The need is only exacerbated by Matthew Stafford’s injury and poor recent form from Ben Roethlisberger and Matt Ryan. If Drew Brees is able to return and unseat Taysom Hill, we could have another team looking for a starter. Thankfully there are two very good streamers available: Trubisky and Hurts.

Hurts is the consensus top streaming option, and it’s not hard to see why. He just ran for 106 yards against the Saints off all teams, and we haven’t seen him fail near as often as Trubisky. But we also haven’t seen the same upside.

Trubisky has topped 30 Fantasy points twice this year and he did it five times in 2018 and 2019 combined. Trubisky has regularly shown top-12 upside, which is close to 25 Fantasy points in today’s NFL. He’s scored 24 or more in seven of his past 16 complete games. That’s something we just haven’t seen from Hurts. 

It is worth noting my use of “complete games” in the previous paragraph. Because of Matt Nagy’s penchant for benchings, Trubisky’s floor may be lower than Hurts. Then again it’s hard to say what Hurts’ floor is, or what it would take for Doug Pederson to go back to Wentz. With uncertain floors for both quarterbacks, I’ll go with the upside of Trubisky as my top streamer in Week 15. 

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Numbers to know

  • 18 — Rush attempts for Jalen Hurts in his first start. Lamar Jackson hasn’t attempted more than 16 rushes in a game this year.
  • 3.0 — Completed air yards per attempt for Ben Roethlisberger; only Alex Smith has a lower average.
  • 81.4% –Teddy Bridgewater has the second-highest ratio of on-target throws in the league.
  • 52Russell Wilson has been hit a league-high 52 times this season and now he faces Chase Young and the Washington Football Team.
  • 10Kyler Murray ran 10 times in Week 15 after 10 rush attempts combined the prior two weeks. Hopefully the shoulder injury is behind him.
  • 27Derek Carr has scored at least 27 Fantasy points in three of his past four outings.

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