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INDIANAPOLIS --- Maybe you made the playoffs, and maybe you didn't in your traditional fantasy football league this season. Either way, FanDuel is still there to win big, and there's one Colts player this week that I believe is the best value at his position for week 14.
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STEVE'S FANDUEL WEEK 15 LINEUP
QB - Russell Wilson (SEA, $8,800)
RB - Tim Hightower (NO, $6,300)
RB - Lamar Miller (MIA, $6,700)
WR - Doug Baldwin (SEA, $7,400)
WR - Julio Jones (ATL, $8,600)
WR - Jeremy Maclin (KC, $6,700)
TE - Julius Thomas (JAX, $6,200)
K - Blair Walsh (MIN, $4,600)
DEF - Steelers ($4,600)
Total Salary - $59,900; Remaining Salary - $100
Other Players I Like This Week
Colts K Adam Vinatieri
Cardinals WRs Michael Floyd and John Brown
Cardinals RB David Johnson
Jaguars RB Denard Robinson
Lions WR Calvin Johnson
I'm banking on the Seahawks staying hot against Cleveland, who just lost top corner Joe Haden. The Wilson-Baldwin stack going into last week produced an average of 50 FanDuel points per week over their past 4 games. What did they do last week? More than 61 points, and they are down to a RB off the street. They will keep slingin' it.
Tim Hightower had 29 touches last week. At his price, that volume of touches is worth every penny.
Lamar Miller basically had 20 points in a half last week and now gets the Chargers rush defense that has struggled this season. Imagine if they give Miller the ball for two halves.
Julio Jones is an obvious pick, but Jeremy Maclin may not be. He's a great price against one of the worst secondaries in the league. He's by far Alex Smith's favorite target too.
Julius Thomas has scored in four straight weeks, and this pick is based on me predicting he finds pay dirt again.
The Vikings - Bears game just sounds like field goals, with a couple of NFC North rivals that know each other very well.
The Steelers defense is on fire, facing a struggling Brock Osweiler and the Denver offense. Pittsburgh is great against the run, what the Broncos prefer to do most. The Steelers also have hit 16 FanDuel points in 3 of their last four games, including last week against a much tougher O-Line than they'll face Sunday.