Heading either into the second round of your playoffs, or into the first week of your playoffs (still doing the Week 17 championship thing, eh?), these are the days that Fantasy Football owners begin to wish they drafted a stud running back in the first round. Many of them still pepper the upper tier of our Week 15 Fantasy Football RB Rankings.
Granted, some aren’t around these days, like LeSean McCoy, but for the most part, you’d kill to have players like Arian Foster, Ray Rice, Marshawn Lynch and even Chris Johnson and Matt Forte. Sure, Darren McFadden and Ryan Mathews were swings/misses, but the odds are in your favor if you took an RB in the first round.
Next summer, try to remember this feeling — and draft “Beast Mode” and never look back.
I posted the first round of a 2013 Fantasy Football Mock Draft that you might find interesting!
I posted the Week 15 Fantasy Football QB, WR and TE Rankings here on Wednesday.
Week 15 NFL Schedule
- Cincinnati at Philadelphia
- N.Y. Giants at Atlanta
- Minnesota at St. Louis
- Tampa Bay at New Orleans
- Jacksonville at Miami
- Indianapolis at Houston
- Washington at Cleveland
- Green Bay at Chicago
- Denver at Baltimore
- Carolina at San Diego
- Seattle at Buffalo
- Detroit at Arizona
- Kansas City at Oakland
- Pittsburgh at Dallas
- San Francisco at New England
- N.Y. Jets at Tennessee
Week 15 Fantasy Football RankingsThese rankings are for non-PPR leagues, with four points for passing touchdowns. The good guys over at Four-Downs.com supply our rankings tool, so we’re happy to use it each week and give them a shout-out!
Also, the rankings tool prevents me from adding Lions RB Mikel LeShoure, so understand that I have him 28th this week.
Again, I posted the Week 15 Fantasy Football QB, WR and TE Rankings on Wednesday. Meanwhile, enjoy our Week 15 Fantasy Football RB Rankings!
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Week 15 RB Fantasy Rankings
Week 15 K Fantasy Rankings
Week 15 DEF Fantasy Rankings
David Gonos spent 5 years as a CBSSports.com Senior Fantasy Writer and three more years writing with SI.com. Over the past 17 years, his work has been published on NFL.com, MLB.com, FanDuel, FoxSports.com and USA Today. Since 2001, he has been tracking down the Top 50-plus Free Fantasy Football Draft Tools online. You can contact David Gonos here.