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2019 Fantasy Football Week 15 Vampire League Starters

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Welcome back vampires to the 2019 Fantasy Football Week 15 Vampire League Starters article. I hope you were victorious against your opponent and added a new player to your roster.

I had another successful week, I moved to the next round in the playoffs and added Amari Cooper. Damn, it feels good to be on a five-game winning streak.

Let’s continue our success to a championship, and here are the players who will get us that championship.

2019 Fantasy Football Week 15 Vampire League Starters

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Quarterbacks

Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans

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I should just change the quarterback section of this article to the start Tannehill section.

In his previous four games, Tannehill has thrown 1,013 yards and rushed for 101 yards. He has thrown nine touchdowns, one interception, and rushed for two touchdowns.

Tannehill is going to crush the Texans defense, who was spanked by Drew Lock. The Texans have allowed 20.98 Fantasy points per game, 3,657 yards, and 28 touchdowns to quarterbacks.

Honorable Mention

Gardner Minshew has a great matchup against the Raiders, who have allowed 21.66 fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.

Running Backs

DeAndre Washington, Oakland Raiders

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It doesn’t appear that Josh Jacobs is going to return from his shoulder injury quickly. Washington proved he is better than Jalen Richard in the rushing game and was the better option in the receiving game.

Washington’s matchup against the Jaguars will be a fruitful one for him. The Jaguars have allowed 28.82 Fantasy points per game, 1,549 yards, and 14 touchdowns to running backs this season.

Patrick Laird, Miami Dolphins

The second week in a row for Laird being a valuable option for vampires with his Week 15 matchup against the Giants.

The New York Giants have allowed 24.18 Fantasy points per game to running backs. Laird is a great pass-catching back, and the Giants have allowed 601 receiving yards to running backs. They haven’t allowed a receiving touchdown, but Laird is going to end that streak.

Wide Receivers

AJ Brown, Tennessee Titans

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Brown has been one of the hottest wide receivers in the Fantasy. In his previous four games, he had 350 yards (87.5 yards per game), 20 targets (5 targets per game), and three touchdowns. He also has a crazy 17.5 yards per target in his last four games.

Brown is going to torture the Texans’ secondary on Sunday.

Darius Slayton, New York Giants

Slayton is also on the list of hottest wide receivers in Fantasy along with Brown.

In his previous four games, Slayton is averaging 96.5 yards, 9.5 targets, and caught four touchdowns. He should continue that kind of success against the Dolphins.

Miami Dolphins have allowed 39.50 Fantasy points and 169.5 yards per game to wide receivers. Plus, the Dolphins have allowed 23 touchdowns to wide receivers.

Tight End

Tyler Higbee, Los Angeles Rams

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Higbee had two consecutive weeks with over 100 yards, and 25 targets in his past three games.

Higbee should thrive with his current target share against the Dallas Cowboys, who have allowed 13.02 Fantasy points per game and 15 red-zone targets to tight end this season.

Flex

Anthony Miller, Chicago Bears

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I know it’s crazy to suggest one of Mitch Trubisky’s wide receivers (outside of Allen Robinson), but Miller has been very productive these past couple of weeks.

In his previous four games, Miller has 37 targets (9.3 per game), 313 yards (78.3 per game), and one touchdown. He has been on the field for the majority of Chicago’s offensive snaps recently.

Miller has a tough matchup against the Packers, but should still be productive with his current target share and snap count. Plus, Trubisky will have to throw someone else other than Robinson if he wants to win, and someone else will be Miller.

Defense/Special Teams

Seattle Seahawks

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The Seahawks have recorded a turnover in six consecutive games and will continue that streak into Week 15 against the Carolina Panthers.

Kyle Allen has thrown seven interceptions and been sacked 21 times in his last four games.

Vampires should expect a big day from the Seahawks defense.


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About Travis Argo

I'm a die hard fan of teams that constantly disappointment me every season. So, I write about fantasy sports to forget my sorrows. That's hard sometimes because I'm a Pacers correspondent for Fantasypros.com. I also recently graduated with honors from UNCC. Go Niners...I guess.

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