Week 15 of fantasy football will be critical for fantasy football owners and the wide receiver position could make or break a fantasy football owners season this week. Wide receivers are tough to pick on some weekends of fantasy football. As the season winds down wide receivers become the most important pieces of the puzzle to win the championship. Be careful on the choices made in these important last three weeks.
Three Fantasy Football Wide Receivers to Start in Week 15 of Fantasy Football
Reggie Wayne: Indianapolis Colts
Reggie Wayne is Peyton Manning’s only reliable receiver at times this season and even he has been dropping balls in critical situations. Wayne has not lost a step yet and has thrown up some big numbers of late. Ride the Indianapolis Colts Wayne to the finish line in most fantasy football leagues because Peyton Manning will be airing it out for the remainder of the season.
This week the Colts take on a Jacksonville Jaguars team that beat them earlier this season but the give up nearly 280 yards through the air. Start Reggie Wayne in all fantasy football leagues in week 15 of fantasy football.
Hakeem Nicks: New York Giants
Hakeem Nicks will return and if he can stay healthy he will put up some big numbers for the rest of the fantasy football season. Nicks is a great player to insert in the fantasy football playoffs. The Philadelphia Eagles are susceptible to the big play and Nicks is a big play wide receiver. Start Hakeem Nicks in all fantasy football leagues in week 15 of fantasy football.
Sidney Rice: Minnesota Vikings
Sidney Rice is back and it does not matter who the Minnesota Vikings quarterback is he will have a big game against the Chicago Bears. Chicago has been tough against the run and they are yielding 220 yards per game through the air. Rice is a superior roue runner and is fresh heading into this game against his NFC North rivals. Start Sidney Rice in all fantasy football leagues in week 15 of fantasy football.
Three Fantasy Football Wide Receivers to Sit in Week 15 of Fantasy Football
Greg Jennings: Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers left his game Sunday with a concussion. This makes Rodgers an instant doubtful for a start in this weekends game. Rodgers is a gamer but he will be held out if the Green Bay Packers follow the new NFL concussion rules to the letter.
Jennings was ineffective last weekend and was responsible for an Aaron Rodgers interception before he left the game. Sit Greg Jennings in all fantasy football leagues unless the next best option ranks 14th or less among fantasy football wide receivers.
Percy Harvin: Minnesota Vikings
Fantasy football owners of Percy Harvin have been frustrated all season long. Harvin has had issues with migraines and injuries all season long and it has been difficult to know when to start the explosive wide receiver. Harvin is great when he plays but he is a gamble every week. Sit Percy Harvin in all fantasy football leagues unless the next best option is ranked 16th or less.
DeSean Jackson: Philadelphia Eagles
DeSean Jackson was the man last week in the game against the Dallas Cowboys. Every fantasy football owner will be starting him this week. The New York Giants will be well aware of Jackson all game and the corner on Jackson will have safety help all game. Look for Michael Vick to take advantage of openings over the middle and don’t forget about Jeremy Maclin. Sit DeSean Jackson unless the next best option ranks 14th or less among fantasy football wide receivers.
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