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Fantasy Duds: NFL players that did not show up to play in Fantasy for Week 15

Russell Wilson MVP fantasy studs
Russell Wilson was playing like an MVP but has slowly taken his name out of the race. Wilson struggled this week even though they got the win.

We thought after week 15 of the National Football League it would be important to breakdown the top players at each position who forgot to show up in Fantasy Football. There were some insane football games in week 15 some that went down to the and some that had teams winning we did not expect. Let’s break down the top 5 fantasy duds of week 15.

Quarterback

Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks – The Seahawks QB went 18-27 for 121 yards passing and had just one touchdown against a stingy Washington Football Team defense. Wilson also threw a pick, which was not a pretty performance even though they won.

Running Back

Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints – The Saints did not help Drew Brees in his return. They need to get Kamara the ball more. He finished with 11 carries for 54 yards. He was also utilized in the passing game, but he is too good not to be getting the ball more.

Wide Receiver

D.K. Metcalf, Seattle Seahawks – My man only had 5 receptions for 53 yards. In the playoffs of fantasy football I was hoping he would tear it up. He fell short this week and it was unfortunate. The Seahawks still got the Dub, but it did not help my fantasy team.

Tight End

Gerald Everett, Los Angeles Rams – I was expecting the Rams to dominate the Jets, and Gerald Everett to have a huge game. He finished with just 2 receptions for 28 yards and had several drops. It was a bad performance, almost as bad as their defense.

Defense

Los Angeles Rams – Rams you upset me. I picked up the LA Rams this week and played them over my Buffalo Bills because they were playing the 0-13 Jets. I mean Sam Darnold has not been good all year long, except the game I go against my Bills. The Rams helped me lose my Fantasy Football Playoff Game by 5 points. If I played the Bills I would have won by six.

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