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Week 15 of the NFL season is here. We get a nine-game main DFS slate on SuperDraft Sunday. Let’s dive in and see if we can find the best plays at every position.


Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys (1.15x score multiplier)

Prescott comes into Week 15 facing the struggling New York Giants. The two teams met in Week 5 where Prescott threw for 302 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. In 10 career games against the Giants, he’s averaging 267 yards, two touchdowns and 0.5 interceptions per game. The Giants defense is currently ranked 29th in quarterback hits and 23rd in sacks. If the pressure can’t be pressed onto Prescott, he will be able to tear this defense apart once again.

Jimmy Garoppolo, San Francisco 49ers (1.5x)

It’s not very often that I have the opportunity to write up Garoppolo. He’ll be taking on an Atlanta Falcons defense that currently gives up the third-most fantasy points to the quarterback position with 22.4 per game. They also rank 25th in quarterback hits and dead last in sacks. Garoppolo has found ways to be efficient lately under center also. In his past five games, he has thrown for nine touchdowns and three interceptions. He also has back-to-back games throwing for 290-plus yards, which is a rare sight to see for him. He will most likely come in lightly used with other top quarterbacks in a similar position to succeed.

Running backs

James Robinson, Jacksonville Jaguars (1.3x)

The drama in Jacksonville has finally ended (we hope), as Urban Meyer is gone. Time for us to run back to the James Robinson train. He’ll be facing a Houston Texans defense that is currently giving up 25.4 fantasy points to the position. The Jaguar backfield has not gotten heavy work lately. Robinson outcarried Carlos Hyde 6-1 in Week 14, while Hyde had the edge 9-8 in Week 13. With Hyde out this week, the volume will swing back Robinson’s way, and he has found the end zone in six of eight games where he has double-digit carries.

Myles Gaskin, Miami Dolphins (1.55x)

If there is one thing we love, it’s picking on the New York Jets with running backs. They are still giving up the most fantasy points to the position, at 32.8 per game. Gaskin is coming in as the workhorse and he will find success versus them. He hasn’t dropped below 10 carries since Week 6. Being in the prime spot this Sunday versus the Jets, the 1.55x multiplier can’t be passed up.

Wide receivers

Deebo Samuel, San Francisco 49ers (1.15x)

Samuel has been a Swiss Army knife for the 49ers. He started the season out as a top-three wide receiver but has now been used more as a ball-carrier. In the past three weeks, he has carried the ball 22 times, compared to only seven targets. He had just one target in Week 14 while running eight times. In the past five weeks, he has one receiving touchdown with five rushing touchdowns. With the many looks Samuel gets, he makes for a top play against a struggling Atlanta Falcons team.

CeeDee Lamb, Dallas Cowboys (1.3x)

To start this off, you can go either Lamb or Amari Cooper against the New York Giants. My lean goes to Lamb, as he has led the receiving core in seven of the 12 weeks that he has played. He is averaging five receptions with 74.2 yards per game while having a 64% catch rate. He was also able to find the end zone against the Giants in Week 5 as he had four receptions for 84 receiving yards. With most of his damage coming from the slot and lining up on the right side, Lamb has a good matchup lining up across from Aaron Robinson.

Tight ends

George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers (1x)

Kittle is showing why he’s one of the best players in football. He has now recorded back-to-back games of 150 or more receiving yards while securing three touchdowns. He has been targeted 27 times the past two weeks while catching 22 of them. With Deebo Samuel moving more to a running role for the 49ers, Kittle has moved to the top of the receiver board and showing why Jimmy Garoppolo trusts him. He has scored in five games in the past six weeks and will be looking to extend that number.

Noah Fant, Denver Broncos (1.4x)

Fant has a matchup that should benefit him against the Cincinnati Bengals. They are currently giving up 11.5 fantasy points to the position. Fant is averaging four receptions and 39.6 receiving yards per game while having a 74.6% catch rate on the season. He has almost been perfect the past four weeks when it comes to receptions, catching 16 of 18 targets since Week 10. With this week’s tight end pool having some top players, Noah Fant will most likely come in low used, as players will go for the likes of George Kittle, Mark Andrews and Dalton Schultz.

This article expresses the personal views of the writer and does not reflect the view(s) of SuperDraft in any way.

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