Mike Boone, RB, Minnesota Vikings (0 percent recorded)
If you've had the pleasure of having Dalvin Cook on your team this season, it was fun. He was an elite that ran back in both fantasy and reality. Unfortunately, Cook dropped out at week 15 with an obvious shoulder injury during the game against the chargers. To make matters worse, Cook was immediately banned from the rest of the game – not a good sign.
Since Cook is injured and Alexander Mattison (39%) has an ankle injury, Mike Boone and Ameer Abdullah would be the primary ball carriers – but we've already seen everything we need to see from Abdullah. However, Boone is intriguing as he received the lion's share of the broadcasts after Cook was banned (13 broadcasts on Abdullahs 5 and he also scored two touchdowns). Watch Mattison's injury closely – and if he's available in your league, pick him up – but Boone should be seen as a must, especially if Mattison and Cook play a plus matchup with the Packers at week 16.
Breshad Perriman, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9 percent)
With Mike Evans for the season, many expect Chris Godwin to inhale an even more outrageous workload than he already was. He was well on the way to doing this (7 targets, 5 catches, 121 meters), but to everyone's horror, Godwin was sent into the locker room with a thigh injury. If Godwin missed the 16th week, Breshad Perriman has shown that he is able to be a central point for the temporary offense on Sunday.
Perriman defeated the Lions with six goals, five catches, 113 meters and THREE touchdowns. Perriman will get a Fantasy Championship date with a Houston Texans Secondary that only A.J. Brown tearing her up for 114 yards and a score, so he's a must.
Greg Ward, WR, Philadelphia Eagles (1 percent)
<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text MB (1.0em) MB (0) – SM MT (0.8em) – SM" type = "text" content = "(Yahoo Sportsbook powered by BetMGM: Deposit $ 10 and get $ 100 on free bets. NJ. 21+ only. Terms apply.)"data-reactid =" 34 ">(Yahoo Sportsbook powered by BetMGM: Deposit $ 10 and get $ 100 on free bets. NJ. 21+ only. Terms apply.)
<p class = "Canvas-Atom-Canvas-Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "We talked a lot about how wide the Eagles are Receiver corps without Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor goes much left a lot to be desired, but a bright spot appeared in week 15 in a game that absolutely had to be won. To put it bluntly, Greg Ward was the only recipient that Carson Wentz seemed to trust against Washington, as evidenced by the nine goals he converted into seven catches. He also scored the game-defining touchdown. Even if Agholor returns next week, Ward should remain an option to receive another must-win against the Cowboys. "Data-reactid =" 35 "> We have been talking for a long time about how the Eagles Wide Receiver Corps leaves without Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor much left a lot to be desired, but a bright spot appeared in week 15 in a game that absolutely had to be won. To be clear, Greg Ward was the only recipient that Carson Wentz seemed to trust, outside of Zach Ertz, Dallas Goedert, and Miles Sanders v Washington, according to the nine goals he converted into seven catches. He also scored the game-defining touchdown. Even if Agholor returns next week, Ward should remain an option to receive another must-win against the Cowboys.
Jonnu Smith, TE, Tennessee Titans (13%)
The Titans offense has been a lot of fun since Ryan Tannehill took over and while Derrick Henry and A.J. Brown (rightly) got the most spotlight, and Jonnu Smith also blinked sometimes. The sporty close end delivered a multi-faceted line (five goals, five catches, 60 yards; one carry, 57 yards) compared to the Texans at week 15. Consider Smith stream-worthy if you combine high quality fantasy lines with the option in Week 16.