QB rankings and streaming advice for Week 15 of the 2020 fantasy football season.
If you’re reading this, I am hopeful you have made it into your fantasy football playoffs. Though it’s not over yet, you still deserve a pat on the back. In what will forever be known as an unprecedented year, you’ve achieved an unprecedented victory.
Speaking of notable victories — in Jalen Hurts’ first start for the Eagles, he scored 24 points on the Saints with 273 total yards and, most importantly for him, a win. Coach Doug Pederson has already confirmed Hurts has the starting role moving into Week 15.
Hopefully, some of you secured your playoff spot with one of last week’s picks, as two of them achieved top QB10 status. Tua Tagovailoa had one of the most promising losses of any QB this season as QB2 on the week. He is now ranked ninth in the AFC in passer rating — one spot ahead of Justin Herbert and two spots ahead of Lamar Jackson. It goes without saying, but I’ll say it anyway — Tagovailoa will be a top fantasy quarterback next year.
Meanwhile, Teddy Bridgewater, this week’s QB6, posted nearly 300 passing yards and a rushing touchdown, and Matthew Stafford managed sufficient QB2 production despite exiting the game in the fourth quarter with a rib injury. His status for Week 15 is doubtful, which would bring Chase Daniel under center.
|TwoQB||Matthew Stafford||14.4 FP|
|Streamer||Tua Tagovailoa||27.0 FP|
|Bounce back||Teddy Bridgewater||20.4 FP|
The playoffs are here, and strategy becomes all the more essential. Every start matters, and the following starts could potentially lead you to the championship game.