2015 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 15

Kim Klement - USA Today Sports
I am hoping you made the play-offs and have been working hard to secure QB, RB, WR, and TE waiver wire targets. There are a number of solid pick-ups this week that can be plugged in for injuries or under-performing players. Good luck this week and let's win some championships.

Must Grab:

Ryan Fitzpatrick (QB, NYJ) - he is on this list weekly, but weekly he is still on waiver wires and weekly he throws TD's.

Tim Hightower (RB, NO) - with Ingram's injury Hightower has stepped up to fill-in his role.  Hightower is a must-grab at this point if you are in need of RB help.

Spot-Starter:

Denard Robinson (RB, JAX) - if Yeldon misses any time with his knee sprain then look for Robinson to carry the load and also have PPR upside.  He is a solid spot-starter pick-up this week.

DuJuan Harris (RB, SEA) - with Thomas Rawls done for the season you will find Harris in the starting role.  He is capable of putting up usable numbers in a solid offense.

AJ McCarron (QB, CIN) - he didn't look bad coming in for Dalton and Dalton will at least miss next week, so if you need a QB and want to take gamble then AJ is someone to target.

Tyrod Taylor (QB, BUF) - he is most likely not on your waiver wire, but if you need a spot-starting QB then Taylor is getting the job done in the air and on the ground.

Charles Sims (RB, TB) - if anything were to happen to Doug Martin then Sims would be putting up solid fantasy numbers, but at this point he is just a hand-cuff.  He is just a bit too risky to start, but for deep leagues he has the upside.

Doug Baldwin (WR, SEA) - he is a target for Wilson and someone you can stream going forward if you are in need at WR. He is not a bad option and can put up TDs.

Ted Ginn (WR, CAR) - Cam Newton is making Ginn look like a beast, but if you are in a TD only league and looking for a WR then look at Ginn.

Antonio Andrews (RB, TEN) - he is in this list weekly. David Cobb has not taken too much work from him and he is only an injury spot starter for now.

Marvin Jones (WR, CIN) - he continues to have solid games and he is a red-zone target for Dalton; he can be used to spot-start and the Bengals have a solid offense. He usually has three to six catches for 50 yards with TD upside.

DeVante Parker (WR, MIA) - Miami may start to focus in on their younger players, but Parker is a solid target and is a high risk high reward WR, but he is a solid pick-up off the wire this week.

Darren Sproles (RB, PHI) - the RB situation in Philly is a bit hard to follow, but if you are in a PPR league Sproles is used all over the field from returns, to pass game to run game.

Kamar Aiken (WR, BAL) - it doesn't matter what QB is in Baltimore; Aiken will get five catches for 50 yards, which makes him a spot-starter due to TD upside.

Zach Miller (TE, CHI) - with Bennett done for the season then go after Miller; he is getting targets and getting into the end-zone.  He is a solid pick-up.

Kyle Rudolph (TE, MIN) - he is a PPR magnet weekly with TD upside, but he is not my favorite pick-up of the week, but if you need a TE then look to Rudolph.

Tyler Lockett (WR, SEA) - boom or bust weekly, but if you are in a deep league and looking for a WR with upside then Lockett may fit the bill. He is a better grab from a dynasty perspective but he does bring weekly value for the rest of this season.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins (TE, TB) - finally back from injury and could be the TE replacement you are looking for if you have an injury or under-performing TE. ASJ will get stronger weekly and is a solid TE pick-up for this week.

Brian Hartline (WR, CLE) - he should only be looked at by PPR league owners; the issue is he is not getting TD's, but he is getting a steady flow of receptions.

Bilal Powell (RB, NYJ) - only PPR league deep league owners need to pay attention here. He is not going to be consistent, but if you are in need he can be considered.

Watch:

Keshawn Martin (WR, NE) - he is getting some interesting work in NE, but just not enough to start on any given week.

Fred Jackson (RB, SEA) - Thomas Rawls will be done for the season with an ankle injury.  Jackson is a capable RB but still playing behind DuJuan Harris.

Eric Ebron (TE, DET) - he could have solid week next week going up against the Saints.

Cameron Artis-Payne (RB, CAR) - it's hard to tell how much the Panthers may start resting their players, but Artis-Payne stands to get some workload; he is a risky play from here, but someone to keep an eye on.