DraftKings NFL: Week 15 lineup

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The NFL is in looking forward to the playoffs with Week 15 here. DraftKings is available to win you some money during those fierce battles as the season winds down.

Week 14 has come and gone. We are on Week 15. The previous week was a little crazy.

Sunday’s slate of games featured huge fantasy performances. The Chicago Bears rode Jordan Howard to a big win versus the Cincinnati Bengals. The Dallas Cowboys dominated the Giants behind Rod Smith’s big performance. Finally Johnathan Stewart proved that he can still produce for the Carolina Panthers. Stewart has been an inconsistent fantasy player all season. Meanwhile, Howard is a mainstay for fantasy owners but Smith’s production was a massive surprise.

The afternoon portion of the games also featured the biggest performance of the day. Houston Texans’ wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins proved that it does not matter who is throwing him the ball. That time slot also featured the two most anticipated games of the week.

Philadelphia got out of Los Angeles with the win against the Rams. However, quarterback Carson Wentz was lost for the remainder of the season after throwing four touchdown passes. Rams running back Todd Gurley impressed with two touchdowns of his own.

Meanwhile in Jacksonville, Blake Bortles and Russell Wilson finished to almost a draw. The run game for Jacksonville was the deciding factor with Leonard Fournette getting back on track.

To keep up with all of FanSided’s DFS NFL coverage head over to the fantasy football hub where each day you can find a post like this tailored for DraftKings as well as one specifically designed for usage on FanDuel. In this post, all salary and “fantasy points” references are to DraftKings scoring system and salaries. If you have any additional questions or thoughts or are looking for updates as we approach kickoff, follow @FanSidedFantasy on Twitter.

There are 11 games on tap for this week’s featured DraftKings slate. As always this article only deals with the games that occur on Sunday during the day. That excludes the Thursday night football game, two Saturday games, Sunday night football and Monday night football. Of those 11 games, there are some matchups to exploit and big time performances coming.

It is on to Week 15 now!





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