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More start/sit for Week 15

We're headed to another kiddo 4th birthday party this weekend and for every party we've attended this fall, we've given the same tremendous gift: the Stomp Rocket. Seriously, if you haven't already played with this before, you can thank me later. When we've taken this rocket to the park, every child there seems to go bananas for it and runs around burning off a ton of energy, which is basically all anyone wants with young kids anyway, right?

Our weekend plans also include some craziness with friends at an indoor waterpark (the germophobe in me is freaking out), Bass Pro Shop's winter wonderland, and probably not a ton of football watching. Pretty standard these days sadly, but I'll happily trade it for time with my boys.

In the meantime, I've got a bunch of start/sit links for you:
Consensus guys in no particular order (based on yesterday and today's links):

QB
Starts: Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, Jay Cutler, Matt Ryan
Sits: Ryan Tannehill, Colin Kaepernick, Andy Dalton

RB
Starts: Chris Ivory, Joique Bell, Isaiah Crowell, LeGarrette Blount, Alfred Morris, Justin Forsett
Sits: Frank Gore, Tre Mason, Ryan Mathews, Kerwynn Williams

WR
Starts: Marqise Lee, Jordan Matthews, Odell Beckham, Kenny Stills
Sits: Mike Wallace, Michael Crabtree, Pierre Garcon

TE
Starts: Jared Cook, Jordan Reed, Larry Donnell, Delanie Walker
Sits: Kyle Rudolph, Heath Miller, Jason Witten, Coby Fleener (though note that Fleener has shown up on both start and sit lists)

If you're out of the playoffs, no worries, I've got some 2015 content for you already:

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