Royce’s Choices: Week 15

And we are back! 

Last week recap:

QB: Rodgers, 12.40 points

HB: Bell, 0 points. Ruled out with an illness

HB: Washington, 21.60 points

WR: OBJ, 5.90 points

WR: Diggs, 15.20 points 

TE: Kelce, 17.00 points

I would say overall I went 3-5, but would have went 4-6 if Bell did play.

On to week 15: 

QB: Jameis Winston: Yes, Winston does lead the league in interceptions, he is also close to leading the league in passing yards and passing touchdowns. Expect him to throw a lot against this Lions secondary.

HB: Miles Sanders: With the Eagles having a very depleted offense at the moment, Sanders should get a lot of action, on the ground and through the air. Even after the week Wentz has last week, Sanders is still likely to get a lot of handoffs. 

HB: Saquon Barkley: This is a no brainer, he is going up against the Dolphins defense. Barkley did have a rough week last week against the Eagles but he is playing the Dolphins. He will put up big numbers. 

WR: Julian Edelman: The Pats offense has not been producing very well as of late but they take on Cincinnati this week. Expect Brady to get back into his groove and connect with his favorite target a lot.

WR: DeAndre Hopkins: Watson finally started targeting him again. Last week Watson threw the ball 50 times and 13 were to Hopkins. It is very likely the Texans allow Watson to throw the ball a lot this week and he should look to Hopkins a lot. 

TE: George Kittle: Kittle has been an absolute beast all season, even after coming off his ankle injury. Nothing should change this week. The Falcons have had a hard time containing TEs all season so Kittle should put in a lot of work. 

Good luck to everyone in their playoffs and I will be back next week to help you all prepare for your 2nd round of playoffs or hopefully championships! 

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