2013 Fantasy Football, Week 15 Rankings

Welcome to TheFantasyFix.com’s week 15 fantasy football rankings. Here you’ll find the staff’s composite fantasy football quarterback, running back, wide receiver, tight end, defense and kicker rankings.

Feel free to leave your sit/start questions in the comments below, but know that we will likely defer to our rankings to determine who we’d suggest. If you do leave your questions, be sure to leave all pertinent league information along with your questions.

Best of luck in week 15!


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Comments

  1. Hi Alan, 12 Team PPR, 1st round of playoffs. We start 1 QB, 2 WR, 2 RB, 1 TE, 2 Flex. Who would you start? Wilson, Rivers, AJ Green, Antonio Brown, Torrey, Crabtree, R Bush, Spiller, Woodhead, Andre Brown, Ellington, Todman, Fleener, Walker.
    Thanks!

    • Alan Harrison says:

      Norman,

      As of now I’d roll with Wilson, Green, Antonio, Bush, Andre Brown, Walker and Torrey at FLEX.

      Be sure to check back Sunday for our updated (and hopefully fixed) rankings.

      Best of luck!

  2. Thanks for taking my question. I need 2 RBs and a flex, .5 PPR: Andre B, Gerhart, Woodhead, Gore, Edelman, Pitta.

    In another league, same rules, I’m starting Stacy, Andre B. and Vereen. I have AP and Gerhart on the bench, along with Riley Cooper. Would you move any of them off the bench, maybe in place of Andre B., who’s facing Seattle? Thanks again!

  3. Can only see half the rankings, it seems cut off.

  4. Quick question. I’m thoroughly confused by “expert” rankings of Vincent Jackson. I have to choose between VJax, Crabtree, DaRick Rogers, or Nate Burleson for my flex spot PPR league. If you look at VJax stats for the year, he’s only had 4 great games, every other game has been a horrible dud or around 10-15 pts. He is NOT a WR1 and is SUPER inconsistent, but VERY consistently plays good against bad pass D and plays bad against good pass D. So he’s playing San Fran, who is not only one of the best D’s in the league, but one of the best pass D’s in the league. Crabtree is playing pretty good already and has a top 7 easiest pass D (last 5 weeks) this week in Tampa. DaRick Rogers is a freak, is going to be the #2 WR on his team this week, played amazing last week, and even though Houston is overall good against the pass for the season, they still let in a decent amount of fantasy points to WR’s on avg (most weeks they let in 15-20pts for one WR, and 10-15 for the other). So knowing all of that, how can “experts” rank VJax so much higher then these guys? It makes no statistical sense and you would think Crabtree, Rogers, and Burleson would all be as high or higher then VJax knowing how bad he does in general and how bad he does against good pass D’s. Can you give me some of your insight on this and WHY you guys think VJax is a better play then all 3 of those guys? Thanks

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