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.


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.


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.

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