NFL Week 15 IDP Start/Sits


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Don’t set your defensive fantasy lineups for Week 15 of the NFL season without consulting the IDP Guys’ Week 15 IDP start/sits article!

Welcome to the NFL Week 15 IDP Start/Sits article!!

Table of Contents

Thursday Night Game
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks
Saturday Games
Indianapolis Colts at Minnesota Vikings
Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns
Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills
Early Afternoon Games
Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears Detroit Lions at New York Jets
Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans
Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints Dallas Cowboys at Jacksonville Jaguars
Mid-Afternoon Games
Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos
New England Patriots at Las Vegas Raiders
Tennessee Titans at Los Angeles Chargers
Cincinnati Bengals at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sunday Night Football
Washington Commanders at New York Giants
Monday Night Football
Green Bay Packers at Los Angeles Rams

It shouldn’t be necessary to say this, but these are only suggestions. We don’t sit in on team meetings; we simply absorb as much information as possible and then make calls based on that knowledge. If you don’t agree with our suggestions, by all means, go in a different direction. Nobody makes these decisions for you.

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These players have the best outlook based on their opportunity, past production, talent level, and matchup. They usually have a solid floor and an excellent ceiling. These guys should be the nearest to guaranteed production you can find.

If You Must

These players should earn a reasonable amount of points. Their opportunity, talent, or matchup is typically not on par with a trusted player. Tier two players are usually a good option in deep leagues that start multiple players at each position.


Sit these players unless you’re desperate. You should not start these players for any number of reasons. They aren’t necessarily bad players. We just don’t predict them to be scoring well this game week. In the case of rookies, for example, they may simply need time to earn more playing time and, therefore, our trust as fantasy starters.

Any player not listed in these three categories should probably be considered a “sit.” If they become IDP-relevant on a week-to-week basis, they will likely end up in one of the categories above.

No Cornerbacks?

Johnny writes a separate article for CBs that drops on Fridays, and you can find it here once it is published.

True Position Designations

In some IDP leagues, certain positions are grouped in a suboptimal way, primarily because of outdated interpretations of what players at each position do. Many IDP leagues are turning towards True Position formats to address that problem. To know more about IDP True Position, click here to read the article written by Jase!

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Jase Abbey

I'm an IDP-obsessive and have been playing fantasy football for 20 years. I write the weekly IDP start/sit for IDP Guys in-season, redraft IDP content during the offseason, and appear on the odd podcast from time to time. I am a big, big believer in data-driven and evidence-based content. I'm UK-based, love most sports, and study sports journalism at university. My favorite two things in life are family and sarcasm.
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