Fantasy Football Week 15 Waiver Wire: Felix Jones Takes Over In Dallas

The fantasy playoffs are here, and whether you're in them or not, winning is still fun. So take a look at our waiver wire projections for some help.

By now, every league should be into the playoffs for fantasy football. If you didn't make the cut, you can still win the consolation side of your bracket, at least finish the year strong. If you're in the playoffs, then the pressure is on, and every move is magnified. With that in mind, let's see where there is help on the Week 15 waiver wire and who you should consider dumping (or at least sitting). For this, we turn to numberfire.com who has been supplying us with stats and projections all season long.

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The misfortune of the Dallas Cowboys is good fortune for anybody searching for a running back. Felix Jones is now the number one back in Dallas after DeMarco Murray fractured his ankle, and he may be available in your league. Jones had a strong showing against the Giants on Sunday. The value of James Jones and Donald Driver in Green Bay goes up with the absence of Greg Jennings. Demaryius Thomas and Tim Tebow got something working out in Denver, despite several drops from Thomas in Sunday's game.

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It's doubtful fantasy owners will get anything more out of Greg Jennings this year, so if you need room on your roster he could be the guy. Below are more players that deserve a look at dropping, or at least benching.

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