Fantasy Football Insider - Week 15

by Nicholas Minnix and Tim Heaney on December 17, 2010 @ 19:30:00 PDT


Wide receivers

Tight ends

Defensive teams

Around the league

  • Warning: Because of the shoddy field conditions and last-minute preparation for the Minnesota Vikings-Chicago Bears game, we might see Vikes veterans pull out of playing for their own safety. Stay informed with Hot off the Wire.
  • The Buffalo Bills might have an easier time running on a tough Miami Dolphins defense this time around; center Eric Wood has done well replacing the injured Geoff Hangartner (knee).
  • Fantasy footballers should have their Atlanta Falcons available to them through Week 17. The New Orleans Saints can still catch them, and it's not head coach Mike Smith's style to rest his big pieces for an entire contest.
  • Caution: Even when the Chicago Bears are rolling, they have a razor thin margin for error. On offense, they don't make big plays, but they do make ... mistakes. If they don't create turnovers, they're vulnerable.
  • Eric Mangini's future lies in the balance. If the Cleveland Browns lose to the Cincinnati Bengals this weekend, he's probably gone. He's a good bet to return if he wins out; 2-1 probably gets him about a 50-50 shot.
  • Are Rex Ryan and Co. the best liars in the world, or did they really have nothing to do with Sal Alosi's mischievous sideline plans? Our source leans toward the latter. The staff will determine Alosi's fate after the season.
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About Nicholas Minnix

Minnix is baseball editor and a fantasy football analyst at KFFL. He plays in LABR and Tout Wars and won the FSWA Baseball Industry Insiders League in 2010.

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