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Week 15 Consensus Start/Sit

Welcome to the Week 15 Consensus Start/Sit list. Just a reminder that this list is a tally of the players that had the most start/sit votes in this week's expert links that I posted. Hope this helps if you're in a tight spot with your playoffs lineups decisions - good luck!

QB
Start: Matt Schaub, Matt Ryan, Josh Freeman, Jon Kitna, Carson Palmer
Sit: Kyle Orton, Joe Flacco, Mark Sanchez, Ben Roethlisberger

RB
Start: Jonathan Stewart, Tim Hightower
Sit: LaDainian Tomlinson, Rashard Mendenhall, Adrian Peterson, Thomas Jones

WR
Start: Pierre Garcon, Santana Moss, Kenny Britt
Sit: Stevie Johnson, Brandon Lloyd, Sidney Rice

TE
Start: Owen Daniels, Kevin Boss
Sit: Ben Watson, Dustin Keller, Brent Celek, Visanthe Shiancoe

DST
Start: Patriots, Raiders
Sit: Ravens, Packers

Kickers
Start: Jay Feely
Sit: Olindo Mare

Comments

Anonymous said…
Sara,

Thanks for the great advice all year long. I have a start question for you: in a ppr league- woodhead or Mike williams (TB)?

Thanks

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