DraftKings Week 15

DraftKings Week 15 Sunday Main Slate. Which Players are you Using?

  • A.J. Brown
  • Allen Robinson
  • Brandon Aiyuk
  • Daily Fantasy
  • Derrick Henry
  • DFS
  • DraftKings
  • J.K. Dobbins
  • Jalen Hurts
  • Jared Cook
  • Jonathan Taylor
  • lamar jackson
  • Logan Thomas
  • NFL
  • Ryan Tannehill
  • T.Y. Hilton
By Tyler Reid December 18, 2020 0 Comment
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Who will Win you the Money on Sunday?

The end of the NFL season is near, and we have 11 games at our disposal for the DraftKings Week 15 Sunday main slate.

It looks like spending up for running backs will be the best build for your cash games. With only three games set for over 50, it looks to be a lower scoring week. And, since Fantasy Football league play is almost over, now’s the perfect time to sign up for Daily Fantasy at DraftKings.

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Let’s take a look at which players should be considered when building your classic nine-player roster for DraftKings in Week 15.


Lamar Jackson ($7500) has a fantastic matchup with the 27th-ranked Jacksonville Jaguars. For instance, the Jaguars average just under 30 points against, to go with 280 passing yards per game. Above all, the stat I like the most: The Jaguars allow opposing rushers 145 yards a game. You can fire up Jackson with his legs carrying him to a strong performance!

Secondly, Ryan Tannehill ($6700) faces off against the Lions in Tennessee. Detroit is allowing the 6th most passing yards per game at 275. The 300-yard mark is something we strive for, giving us the DraftKings bonus of three points. Bear in mind this may turn into a Derrick Henry game as you will see a little later.

The last QB is Jalen Hurts ($5900) playing the 24th ranked Cardinals. Hurts showed some flash in his first full game as an Eagle. The passing game was nothing special but got the job done against a  very good defense in the Saints. Most importantly, the fact that he ran 18 times for over 100 yards, bodes well for DFS on Sunday.


To pay up or not to for Titans back Derrick Henry ($9500) is the top question. The Jaguars are 31st versus opposing running backs. Henry has five TDs over his last three games. The stack of Tannehill and Henry would pretty much guarantee every Titan touchdown, which could be five-plus!

Up next is Jonathan Taylor ($7200) at home against the Texans. The Colts just played the Texans in Week 13, and Taylor was able to gain 91 yards on just 13 carries. Houston is allowing over 150 yards per game on the ground.

J.K. Dobbins ($5900) is seeing more action as the featured back in Baltimore. He has found the end zone in three straight games and has double-digit carries in five of his last six matches. Similarly, as I said about Jackson above, the Jaguars are allowing teams to run the ball down their throat, and that should be no different this week.


Sticking with some Titans players, A.J. Brown ($7600) is another nice stack option with either Tannehill or Henry. Over his past four games, Brown has 19 catches for 359 and three scores. Look for him to improve on his numbers this week, versus the 29th defense.

Allen Robinson ($7400) has been sure-handed over the last three games. Mitchell Trubisky has been targeted heavily in this Bears passing attack. With 33 targets, grabbing 23 balls 272, and three scores. The volume will continue against this 24th ranked defense in the Vikings.

Talk about a player on fire, Brandon Aiyuk ($6300) has been lighting up opposing defenses. In his last five games played, he is the 17th scoring wideout, averaging just over 20 FPPG. Now with Deebo Samuel OUT, Aiyuk should see even more volume, if that is actually possible!

The last receiver is T.Y. Hilton ($5500) playing again that weak Texan defense. Hilton has seen a nice three week period, scoring almost 25 PPG in that span. Additionally, he has seen 23 targets in those games, which is just under 30% of his total on the year.


The world of tight ends does not look promising this week. However, Logan Thomas ($4000) may be able to find some value against the Seahawks. Thomas has had at least four targets in every game this season. Seattle ranks 17th vs TEs, so Thomas should have some opportunities to find the end zone.

At this point, we are looking for some value players that have a good chance of scoring. With that being said Jared Cook ($3400) plays Kansas City who is 28th in allowing points to tight ends. When Hill has been forced to throw, Cook has seen some volume his way, scoring in his past two matches. Chances are the Saints will have to score more than normal here, so look for Cooks to be more involved.


The Rams ($4500) are the obvious play versus the Jets. They are 17.5 point favorites heading into this game. With 42 sacks and 13 INTs on the year, this game could get ugly for the Jets quickly.

Finally, for a cheaper option, how bout dem Cowboys ($2700)? Coming off an 18 point game in Week 14, San Francisco comes to town. Nick Mullens has thrown four picks over his last three games. He has also been sacked eight times in that span.

DraftKings Week 15 Example Lineup – $50,000 used!

QB – Jalen Hurts $5900

RB – Johnathan Taylor $7200

RB – J.K. Dobbins $5900

WR – Allen Robinson $7400

WR – Brandon Aiyuk $6300

WR – T.Y. Hilton $5500

TE – Jared Cook $3400

FLEX – J.D. McKissic ($5700)

DST – Cowboys $2700

Good luck with your DraftKings Week 15 lineups!

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