Fantasy football analysis draft: Round 15

by KFFL Staff on August 9, 2013 @ 12:45:00 PDT


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7) Willis McGahee, RB, Free Agent
Team: Jack Douglas | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: McGahee is currently a free agent, but he has been keeping himself in good shape, waiting for that almost inevitable telephone call. As injuries continue to mount in the NFL, sooner or later someone will need McGahee's services. It will depend on where he lands as to how much value he might have, but for now I am just happy to have him for depth. If no one picks him up in a few weeks, I can drop him and pick up a hot free agent.

Minnesota Vikings PK Blair Walsh

8) Coby Fleener, TE, Indianapolis Colts
Team: Eric McClung | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: I like Fleener a lot more than his tag-team partner, Dwayne Allen, who is the superior blocker. Reggie Wayne, while quite impressive last season, is another year older and the team is looking to develop their other targets. This could be a breakout sophomore season in the making for Fleener and he's been criminally undervalued in this draft. I believe in Jared Cook but don't mind grabbing this lotto ticket.

9) Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Indianapolis Colts
Team: Dan Dobish | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: Perhaps Heyward-Bey will realize the potential the Raiders saw when they made him the No. 7 overall draft pick in 2009. Sure, that was ridiculously high, but when he has been healthy, he has shown flashes of potential. Now, he'll actually have an NFL-caliber quarterback. As a No. 5 or 6 reserve for depth, you can do worse. If he wins a starting job opposite Reggie Wayne, 700 yards and a handful of scores is likely.

10) Cleveland Browns D/ST
Team: Tim Heaney | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: Here's my DT sleeper. The additions of DC Ray Horton and QB knocker-downer Paul Kruger should enhance the fantasy potential of an already stealthily loaded personnel group. Their opposing AFC North offenses have more cracks than people realize, too. THIS is why you save DT until the final 2 or 3 rounds.

11) Blair Walsh, PK, Minnesota Vikings
Team: Tim Piotrowski | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: Walsh led the league in field goals made last season and was a perfect 10-for-10 on field goals of at least 50 yards. He plays half of his games in a dome, which is ideal for a kicker. I am expecting a season similar to the one he put up in 2012.

12) Andre Roberts, WR, Arizona Cardinals
Team: Ryan Dodson | Team Roster | League Scoring

Fantasy football analysis: Roberts was a nice find for me late in the draft last season, and he holds sneaky value in PPR formats. He has improved his numbers across the board the last two years, and caught 64 balls last year. Michael Floyd is emerging and may leapfrog him on the depth chart, but Roberts' sure hands make him a more dependable flanker. I'm hoping for another 60 catches with 700 yards and a few TDs and maybe he can be a flex/bye week fill-in.

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