Fantasy Football Week 15 Quarterback Preview: Streamers, DFS Plays, Projections & More

You might think that with most leagues down to the last four, there would be little need for streamers. Considering I won last week with Mitchell Trubisky, Philip Rivers and Jalen Hurts, I wouldn’t agree. The need is only exacerbated by Matthew Stafford’s injury and Ben Roethlisberger and Matt Ryan ‘s bad recent form. If Drew Brees is able to return and take Taysom Hill out of his seat, we may have another team looking for a starter. Fortunately, there are two very good streamers available: Trubisky and Hurts.

Hurts is the most popular streaming option, and it’s not hard to see why. He just ran 106 yards against the Saints of all teams, and we haven’t seen him fail as often as Trubisky. But we haven’t seen the same benefit either.

Trubisky has scored 30 Fantasy points twice this year and he did it five times in 2018 and 2019 together. Trubisky has regularly shown top 12 upside, which is nearly 25 Fantasy points in today’s NFL. He has scored 24 or more in seven of his past 16 complete games. That’s something we just haven’t seen from Hurts.

It is worth noting that I am using “complete games” in the previous section. Due to Matt Nagy’s penchant for sofas, Trubisky’s floor can be lower than Hurts. But then again, it’s hard to say what Hurts’ floor is, or what it would take for Doug Pederson to get back to Wentz. With precarious floors for both quarterbacks, I’m going with the Trubisky edge as my best streamer in week 15.

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