Week 15 Waiver Wire Pick-Ups


Jimmy Garoppolo

The G Code gets another nice matchup against Tennessee after torching Houston for 334 Yards and 1 TD. It’s a risky spot to spot-start in the semi-finals, but if you’re in a tricky scenario, Garoppolo should produce in a solid way for fantasy owners.

Kerwynn Williams

Williams’ situation going forward is solely based on the health of Adrian Peterson, so keep your head on a swivel here. On Sunday, KW totaled 20 Rushing Attempts, 73 Rushing Yards and 15 Receiving Yards. This marks consecutive strong outings for Williams. If the coast is clear, he should slide in as a solid FLEX Play for Week 15.

Rod Smith

Rowdy Rod Smith got loose on Sunday for 160 Yards and 2 TDs. He made his mark with shorter volume and fantasy owners should expect the timeshare with Alf Morris to continue. Keep in mind that this is truly a one week rental as Zeke Elliott is set to return for Week 16.

Dede Westbrook

Westbrook caught 5 of 8 Targets for 81 Yards and continued his heavy action since coming onto the scene. In just 4 weeks this season, Westbrook is averaging +8 Targets Per Game. Consider the fact that Allen Robinson hits the free agent market in 2018 and it’s easy to put two and two together that Westbrook should easily slide into the WR1 Role for JAX going forward.

Corey Coleman

Tough matchups going forward for Coleman against Baltimore and Chicago. After seeing AB and the Steelers embarrass Baltimore we don’t expect the same to unfold against Cleveland as the Ravens continue to fight for a playoff spot.

Eric Ebron

Coming off of a season best 10 Receptions on 11 Targets for 94 Yards, it’s anyone’s guess how this will play out in Week 15 as Ebron has been a major disappointment in 2017. That said, the Bears ranks as the 10th Best Defense against Opposing Fantasy TEs.

OJ Howard

Howard caught 4 of 6 Targets for 54 Yards and 1 TD on Sunday. This offense has been a mess this season and it’s exemplified by the fact that Mike Evans has yet to punch the +100 Yards in a game ticket! How that is possible … We have no idea. Howard doesn’t have a huge ceiling, however his growing chemistry with Winston should provide for a solid Week 15.

Ben Watson

The Browns are notoriously bad against TEs. Literally, they are ranked as the 2nd Worst Defense in the NFL to Opposing Fantasy TEs. Earlier this season, Watson took the Browns for 8 Receptions on 8 Targets for 91 Yards. Watson has a very low ceiling, but this one is built on hopes and dreams … Dreams that Cleveland will continue to disappoint!


Good Luck!


Jordan and Michael Tozzi were 2013's Most Accurate Fantasy Football Experts in the nation. Owners of LegionReport.com

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