NFL Fantasy Football Week 15: Start and sit, sleep and fall for the Fantasy playoffs

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A mea culpa: Last week, I made the fateful choice to put Miles Sanders in my Fantasy lineups. I feel like a colossal idiot because I would have progressed into my favorite competition had I started with him (or if Giovani hadn’t hugged Bernard, or if Mark Andrews had 10 yards left, or some other stuff that didn’t happen) . Why did I put him on the couch? He had a tough game, he hadn’t seen many touches, and he was playing with a starting quarterback who got his first start. It would have taken some (not much) guts to start it in the face of these circumstances, but the thing is, I had good reasons to doubt Sanders. As you set up your lineup this week, make sure you have conviction in your decisions – know WHY you start with your guys.

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