Fantasy Football Week 15 Extra Wire: Ty Chandler has a chance, Joe Flacco is worth adding, and more

Fantasy Football Week 15 Extra Wire: Ty Chandler has a chance, Joe Flacco is worth adding, and more

So Dak Prescott was going to say “There we go.” For Week 15, the fantasy playoffs begin now in most leagues. This is the time when everything counts. If you made it this far, good job!

While some of you are in the first round of matches, some lucky people have already played and won.

You should still try to change your fantasy team, whether you have to or because you want to improve your chances of winning the title. Now is not the time to take it easy.

We’re keeping an eye on a few key injuries going into Week 15, which could affect some of the choices you make on the waiver wire. Justin Herbert (finger), C.J. Stroud (concussion), and Geno Smith (groin) are the key quarterbacks who can’t play.

We have Isiah Pacheco (shoulder), Jonathan Taylor (thumb), Brian Robinson Jr. (hamstring), Alexander Mattison (ankle), Jerome Ford (wrist), Aaron Jones (knee), and Rhamondre Stevenson on the list of running backs who are out.

Justin Jefferson (chest), Nico Collins (calf), Christian Watson (hamstring), and Marquise Brown (heel) are the top targets who are hurt.

Dalton Kincaid (shoulder), Taysom Hill (foot), and Dalton Schultz (hamstring) are all being watched at tight end.

We hope that all of these guys can play in Week 15. If not, we’ll need to find alternatives, and you’re in the right place to do that. Let’s check the trade wire and make sure our fantasy teams are ready for the playoffs.

What are the best fantasy football picks and adds for Week 15? It doesn’t matter if you receive a first-round bye or a must-win playoff game.

Many key running backs got hurt last week, and some players have surprised everyone late in the season.

Because of this, many useful players will be picked up prior to and following waivers are cleared on Wednesday mornings in the majority of ESPN and Yahoo leagues, between 4 and 5 a.m. ET.

In the fantasy playoffs, you should always put your team first, and if you need to, you shouldn’t hold back on high trade claims. Of course, this week’s top pick should be one of the backup RBs.

But if your team needs a WR and TE more, you can make the case for using a high claim in Beckham Jr. or Likely.

You can plan to play “defense” by adding a person to your lineup that your opponent may require.

It’s also possible to put off your claim until next week, when more accident replacements are likely to be sought.

Free agency is still going on, even though most of the big players were claimed on waivers this week.

During the week, injuries will happen, which could change people’s plans to stream. It’s also a good idea to make plans for Weeks 16 and 17.

During waivers, get the players you need for Week 15 and look to add some free agents for the future after the waivers are over.

If not him, Ridder is the next person who can help. This year, Ridder has started 11 games and ended as a QB1 five times. subsequently has five rushing scores to make up for how poorly he throws.

That’s not really fair to the young quarterback, since he has had as many 300-yard games this year as Patrick Mahomes as well as Justin Herbert combined.

Because Ridder sometimes has a big week with throwing and running the ball, he is still in the middle of the QB2 rankings for Week 15.