2016 Draft Kit

Wide receiver 2 matchups for Week 15: Sleepers and busts

We should have high confidence in these matchups.

We’re only talking about matchups that meet good/bad matchup criteria for the whole season, the last five weeks and the last three weeks. If a matchup doesn’t fit in all three categories, then it has to have a significant number in the last-five-weeks and last-three-weeks.

The players are ordered based on season-long adjusted fantasy points allowed. The numbers next to the names are fantasy points allowed by position and the NFL rank in that category in the last five weeks. For receivers we’ve included the yards the defense has allowed per game to that receiver type.

Week 15 projections

Week 15 matchups: PASS | RUN | WR1 | WR2 | WR3/4 | TE | RB (Rec.)

Top WR2 matchups

Rueben Randle vs. Washington — 77.7 yards, 1st — After getting a pile of targets to start the season, Randle has all but disappeared. He could be a sneaky good play this week in DFS tournaments because of this matchup. Or Odell Beckham could get all of the targets. Boom or bust play here.

Martavis Bryant vs. Atlanta — 71.7 yards, 2nd — Bryant is a huge home run threat, the kind of player you want to start in what could be a shootout.

Percy Harvin vs. Tennessee — 71.1 yards, 3rd

Randall Cobb vs. Buffalo — 71.1 yards, 4th

Riley Cooper vs. Dallas — 67.1 yards, 6th — I could see Jordan Mathews outscoring Cooper this week.

Worst WR2 matchups

Andrew Hawkins vs. Cincinnati — 38.6 yards, 2nd

Greg Jennings vs. Detroit — 42.2 yards, 5th

Robert Woods vs. Green Bay — 45.1 yards, 6th

Jermaine Kearse vs. San Francisco — 45.8 yards, 7th

Malcom Floyd vs. Denver — 46.3 yards, 8th

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