NFL Week 15 PrizePicks Fantasy Player Prop Picks

Welcome to our first-ever PrizePicks fantasy props picks! If you have never played, PrizePicks allows you to pick two to five players to win up to 10x your money on any entry. Although you can mix picks from a variety of sports, this article focuses on the NFL Week 15 Sunday slate. PrizePicks designates a player prop or fantasy point total on select players and you need to choose whether that player will go over or under that total.

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NFL WEEK 15 PRIZEPICKS PICKS

JAMES ROBINSON OVER 0.5 TOUCHDOWNS

Rejoice, James Robinson fantasy managers and player prop backers, Urban Meyer is gone. In his place calling all the shots will be Darrell Bevell. Robinson was benched under Meyer and has been useless from a fantasy perspective over his last two games. With Meyer kicking his way out of town, expect Bevell to feed J-Rob and reward him with a score against the Texans. The lowly Texans have allowed the most rushing yards and the second-most rushing touchdowns (15) to running backs this season.

GABRIEL DAVIS OVER 38.5 RECEIVING YARDS

The matchup on paper isn’t great for Gabriel Davis. However, he will be in the Bills’ starting lineup with Emmanuel Sanders out with a knee injury. Last week, Davis saw season-highs in routes run (80.6 percent), targets (8), and receptions (5). Known as a big-play threat, Davis could cash the over in a few receptions. With the Panthers likely focusing on Stefon Diggs, expect Davis to see a significant number of targets on Sunday.

MARQUEZ VALDES-SCANTLING OVER 34.5 RECEIVING YARDS

The Packers’ speedster is always a boom-or-bust option in fantasy and as a leg of a player prop. He could go for over 100 yards or put up a complete dud. But this week against the Ravens, Marquez Valdes-Scantling has a chance to explode. Decimated by injuries in the secondary, the Ravens have allowed a league-high number of 20-plus yard completions downfield. Thus, all MVS really needs is a reception or two to exceed this 34.5 yardage total. He has hit over 35 yards receiving in three of his last four games.

MIKE GESICKI OVER 4 RECEPTIONS

COVID-19 took Jaylen Waddle away from us this week. While that is brutal for Waddle managers who are playing in the fantasy playoffs this week, it means his nine weekly targets are up for grabs. DeVante Parker will be the team’s WR1, but Tua Tagovailoa has developed a solid rapport with Mike Gesicki. The tight end has four or more receptions in eight of his last 11 games and is coming off a seven reception game on 11 targets. The Jets defense has allowed the seventh-most fantasy points to tight ends over the last five games.

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