Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 15 WRs

 
 
 
 
 
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Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 15

This tool is not meant to be a replacement for our weekly player rankings, although matchups are taken into consideration for those as well. You shouldn't bench a stud player who has a difficult matchup or automatically start a fantasy backup who has an easy matchup. It's meant to be a helpful tool when deciding between two closely ranked players. The matchups are graded on how many fantasy points the opposing team surrendered to this position on average.

Week:

Easiest Matchups

  1. Carolina vs. Green Bay (allows 44.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Kelvin Benjamin, WR2 Curtis Samuel, WR3 Devin Funchess, WR4 Charles Johnson, WR5 Russell Shepard
  2. San Francisco vs. Tennessee (allows 42.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Pierre Garcon, WR2 Jeremy Kerley, WR3 Aldrick Robinson, WR4 Marquise Goodwin, WR5 Bruce Ellington (Que)
  3. Seattle vs. Los Angeles Rams (allows 41.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Doug Baldwin, WR2 Tyler Lockett (Que), WR3 Paul Richardson, WR4 Jermaine Kearse, WR5 Amara Darboh
  4. Green Bay vs. Carolina (allows 39.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Jordy Nelson, WR2 Davante Adams, WR3 Randall Cobb, WR4 Jeff Janis, WR5 Malachi Dupre
  5. New York Giants vs. Philadelphia (allows 39.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Odell Beckham, WR2 Brandon Marshall, WR3 Sterling Shepard, WR4 Dwayne Harris, WR5 Roger Lewis
  6. New York Jets vs. New Orleans (allows 39.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Quincy Enunwa (Que), WR2 Robby Anderson, WR3 ArDarius Stewart (Que), WR4 Charone Peake, WR5 Marquess Wilson
  7. Washington vs. Arizona (allows 39.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Terrelle Pryor, WR2 Jamison Crowder, WR3 Josh Doctson, WR4 Brian Quick, WR5 Ryan Grant
  8. Tampa Bay vs. Atlanta (allows 39.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Mike Evans, WR2 DeSean Jackson, WR3 Chris Godwin, WR4 Adam Humphries, WR5 Freddie Martino
  9. Chicago vs. Detroit (allows 38.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Cameron Meredith (Que), WR2 Kevin White, WR3 Kendall Wright, WR4 Markus Wheaton (Que), WR5 Victor Cruz
  10. Oakland vs. Dallas (allows 37.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Amari Cooper, WR2 Michael Crabtree, WR3 Seth Roberts, WR4 Cordarrelle Patterson, WR5 Johnny Holton

Toughest Matchups

  1. Indianapolis vs. Denver (allows 23.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 T.Y. Hilton (Que), WR2 Donte Moncrief, WR3 Kamar Aiken, WR4 Phillip Dorsett (Que), WR5 Chester Rogers
  2. Minnesota vs. Cincinnati (allows 29.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Stefon Diggs, WR2 Adam Thielen, WR3 Laquon Treadwell, WR4 Michael Floyd, WR5 Jarius Wright
  3. Cincinnati vs. Minnesota (allows 30.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 A.J. Green, WR2 John Ross (Que), WR3 Tyler Boyd, WR4 Brandon LaFell, WR5 Cody Core (Que)
  4. Jacksonville vs. Houston (allows 32.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Allen Robinson, WR2 Marqise Lee, WR3 Allen Hurns, WR4 Dede Westbrook (Que), WR5 Rashad Greene (Que)
  5. Kansas City vs. Los Angeles Chargers (allows 33.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Tyreek Hill, WR2 Chris Conley, WR3 Albert Wilson, WR4 Jehu Chesson, WR5 De'Anthony Thomas
  6. Pittsburgh vs. New England (allows 33.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Antonio Brown, WR2 Martavis Bryant, WR3 JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR4 Eli Rogers, WR5 Sammie Coates (Que)
  7. Philadelphia vs. New York Giants (allows 33.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Alshon Jeffery, WR2 Jordan Matthews (Que), WR3 Torrey Smith, WR4 Dorial Green-Beckham, WR5 Nelson Agholor
  8. Houston vs. Jacksonville (allows 33.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 DeAndre Hopkins, WR2 Will Fuller, WR3 Jaelen Strong (Que), WR4 Braxton Miller, WR5 Wendall Williams
  9. Arizona vs. Washington (allows 34.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Larry Fitzgerald, WR2 John Brown (Que), WR3 J.J. Nelson, WR4 Chad Williams, WR5 Jaron Brown (Que)
  10. New England vs. Pittsburgh (allows 34.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Brandin Cooks, WR2 Julian Edelman, WR3 Malcolm Mitchell, WR4 Chris Hogan, WR5 Danny Amendola