NFL Daily Fantasy Week 15: Under the Radar Plays at Each Position

We are almost at the end of the NFL regular season. By now, you know using one or two under-the-radar plays can help you win big money in GPPs. Let’s dive in.



Blake Bortles $6,400 – The Ravens give up the most FPTS to WRs and the pass defense is really struggling without Jimmy Smith. Bortles is easily capable of 20 FPTS who should be playing from behind.



LaGarrette Blount $6,500 – Blount is getting a vast majority of the carries for the Patriots now, the Dolphins are -7.5 and the Dolphins rush defense has been awful the last month.



Marquess Wilson $4,500 – With Brandon Marshall going down, Wilson should see all two-WR sets for the Bears. The Saints’ pass defense is terrible after their No. 1 corner Keenan Lewis, and he should be on Alshon Jeffery. Plus, minimum salary is awesome.



Jordan Reed $5,300 – The Redskins are +6.5 at the Giants, Colt McCoy loves TEs and Reed has been doing fairly well since returning from injury. Plus, this is the Giants defense we are talking about, and we shouldn’t judge too much off of one week against the Titans.



Nick Folk $4,900 – The Jets have the worst red zone offense and are favored at the Titans. Folk has had several big games this year, and you likely won’t have to worry about the weather with expected temperatures in the 50s and winds at 5-10 MPH.



Eagles $5,200 – There are a ton of great DSTs this week between the Ravens, Seahawks, Chiefs, Lions, and Patriots. They are all -7.5 or more. The Eagles are only -3.5, but they have the best special teams in the NFL and they are No. 2 in sacks in the NFL. The upside is always there, and they did post 14 FPTS against Dallas on Thanksgiving.

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Sked Nick is a Daily Fantasy Sports enthusiast and a former Bleacher Report Featured Columnist. Most of his time is dedicated to the sports world in front of several televisions, monitors and a projector. This involves researching, writing, watching games or simply keeping up to date on news.He graduated with honors from Bowling Green State University with a degree in sport management and journalism. Furthermore, Nick was a radio play-by-play and color commentator for Bowling Green football, men's basketball, women's basketball and baseball. He also has experience working with the BGSU athletic department.Follow @NickJuskewycz

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