Vikings vs. Rams: Fantasy football projections featuring Adrian Peterson, Danny Amendola and Sam Bradford

Matthew Stockman

We break down the pertinent fantasy projections for the Week 15 matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and St. Louis Rams.

The San Francisco 49ers face the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football in a game that could make or break fantasy matchups everywhere for Week 15. The semifinals are here for most leagues, so owners will need all the help they can get from these two rosters. In order to help you set the best lineup for this crucial playoff week, we've got player projections courtesy of numberFire.

Minnesota Vikings

There's really only one man that that fantasy owners will look to on the Vikings. Well, if you want to call him a man. Adrian Peterson is a biological freak and all NFL fans will keep an eye on how many yards he'll get as he cases Eric Dickerson's yardage record. He should hit 100 against the Rams and score at least once.

St. Louis Rams

The Rams are going to be with Danny Amendola after he was unable to suit up. He played two weeks ago despite a doubtful tag and he couldn't even stay on the field for double-digit snaps. Fantasy owners might have a tough time counting on Danny this week, but PPR owners should certainly consider him.

Steven Jackson has kept Daryl Richardson at bay and should see close to a featured role. He should be viewed as a low-end RB2 with some upside.

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