Fantasy Football Week 15 Start 'Em Or Sit 'Em: Shonn Greene Is On Fire

Playoffs are here! Start and sit decisions make all the difference, so here's a little help in making them.

The playoffs for fantasy football are here, and it's now time to set your lineups. Don't forget to take the Falcons and Jaguars game into account, they play tonight (Thursday). Let's get some advice from numberfire.com on who to start and who to sit in Week 15.

Start

Shonn Greene hasn't had the year that many owners had hoped for, but he's been on fire the last couple of weeks. He looks like a good play against the Eagles this week. The Patriots pass defense is still bad and this week they take on the miracle worker, Tim Tebow. Advantage Tebow. Looking for a tight end that might have a big week? Dustin Keller for the Jets could be the guy.

Sit

Marion Barber was a hot waiver wire guy last week, and an emergency-start player, and he delivered. But this week, the computer doesn't like his odds against Seattle. Another running back is on the sit list according to the computer, DeAngelo Williams is expected to under-perform this week. And the number one sit for this week is DeSean Jackson who battles the very tough Jets defense and Revis Island.

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