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Start/Sit Hub – Week 15

Happy Friday fantasy friends! Welcome back to my weekly Start/Sit HUB! Mike Hubbard Jr here, providing you with information that can help you win your fantasy league week in and week out. For all things fantasy football, follow me on Twitter (@FantasyHubbard) and Instagram (@fantasyhubbard). You can tweet me or message me on either social media with any questions you might have regarding the fantasy football season.

We have reached week 15 which means it’s time for some fantasy football playoffs. Hopefully you are sitting pretty with a first round BYE or fighting for another week in the playoffs. If you didn’t make the playoffs you might be in a consolation game or simply a spectator to your league’s playoffs. If you are out of the playoffs you can still use my start/sit suggestions in DFS or any other fantasy related games for week 15. I hope you’re enjoying the fantasy football experience and continue to fight hard to win. This season has been very unpredictable with injuries and now COVID is becoming an even bigger issue.Stay informed and play smart.

Week 15 began last night with a TNF game between the 9-4 Kansas City Chiefs and the 8-5 LA Chargers. The game was 14-13 heading to the 4th quarter until both teams exploded for 35 points in the 4th quarter and OT. Patrick Mahomes threw for over 400 yards and most of those yards went to Kelce and Hill. Just reassures that you need to start your studs, especially in the fantasy playoffs. The Chargers did their best to win this game, but the Chiefs showed glimpses of their 2019 offensive domination.  

There are no more BYEs this season, but we do have a couple of Saturday games this week. The Raiders @ the Browns and the Patriots @ the Colts. Keep in mind who plays when in order to optimize your projected lineups. The matchups I look forward to watching the most this Sunday are the Seahawks/Rams game, the Packers/Ravens game, and the Saints/Buccaneers game.  

I’m here every Friday with start and sit suggestions that can impact your team each week. My decisions as always include obvious and not so obvious picks. I would also like to clarify that my sit suggestions are based on the assumption you have or can add a player that has a better chance at success. Good luck this week and continue to check out my weekly articles.

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