Seahawks vs. Bills: Fantasy football projections featuring Russell Wilson, C.J. Spiller, Marshawn Lynch

Kevin Casey

We break down the pertinent fantasy football projections for the Week 15 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Buffalo Bills.

The Seattle Seahawks and Buffalo Bills both travel to Toronto for a Week 15 matchup. This game doesn't have many playoff implications, but the Seahawks are still looking for a road win to stay ahead in the wild card picture. A neutral field in a dome could lead to some nice fantasy numbers. In order to help you set the optimal playoff lineup, we've got player projections courtesy of numberFire.

Seattle Seahawks

The Seahawks pride themselves on their run-first offense, and they plan on running Marshawn Lynch right down the Bills' 28-th ranked throats. That's not to say the passing game is a slouch, as Russell Wilson has really come on as a quality QB2. Sidney Rice was in a walking boot earlier in the week, but he's expected to play and forms a solid tandem with Golden Tate.

If the Seahawks can shake off their road woes, they are quietly a very productive fantasy team.

Buffalo Bills

With Fred Jackson done for the season, will Chan Gailey finally take the leash off C.J. Spiller? Fantasy owners certainly hope so, though he'll have tough sledding against a stout run defense. Richard Sherman held off his Adderall suspension another week, so we could be looking at a quiet day for Stevie Johnson.

Overall, it's not an inspiring group of fantasy options. Outside of Spiller and Johnson, there's not much worth starting here. Perhaps if you're in a deep league and desperate enough you can start Ryan Fitzpatrick, but I still don't recommend it.

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