Like most weeks, Week 15 had sleeper page hits and misses. Curtis Samuel scored twice to beat his projection, and Nick Mullens earned Superflex praise
Quentin Johnston snatched a garbage-time score despite his ineffectiveness.
D'Onta Foreman couldn't break the Browns' front seven despite some good goal-line chances. Chig Okonkwo had a quiet day.
That's sleepy street life. We hope your fantasy semifinals team has studs and auto-starts, but if you need some neglected men, we got them.
Henry didn't practice Wednesday after taking knee shots last week. That's his biggest concern; he's been hot the previous two weeks (10-106-3), charting as the TE3 against Pittsburgh and the TE4 versus Kansas City
As the poorest tight end defense this year (old-school or new-age stats), the Broncos are the best matchup.
Although the Patriots offense has a limited upside, Bailey Zappe seems comfortable throwing to Henry in all scenarios, especially around the goal line.
Mullens struggled in last week's OT loss against Cincinnati. He took three sacks and threw two interceptions, and the Bengals likely left several picks. Mullens also threw for 303 yards and two scores, proving that any quarterback with head coach Kevin O'Connell and the deep Minnesota passing tree can succeed.