What We Saw: Week 15

The QB List staff catches you up on everything you missed during Week 15 of the 2020 NFL season.

Shootouts in Arizona and Atlanta led to some big fantasy days from some friendly faces, while the story of the week is still probably Josh Allen and the AFC East Champion Buffalo Bills. He put on a clinic on Saturday night in a game that was never close, and he’s making a late push for some MVP consideration.

Jalen Hurts one-upped his stellar Week 14 debut with an even more ridiculous game in a losing effort against the Cardinals, and he’s looking like a potential league winner that you can get off the scrap heap for a tasty matchup against the Cowboys on Sunday. Meanwhile, Tony Pollard stepped up in Ezekiel Elliot‘s absence and scored over 30 fantasy points, proving once more the importance of drafting handcuffs for the top backs in case of a last-minute inactive in the fantasy playoff semifinals.

Logan Thomas also vaulted himself into the top 5 of PPR TEs this season with his 26.1 point performance on Sunday. For someone who went undrafted in almost every league this year, that’s a pretty darn good result.

For the rest of What We Saw in Week 15, check out the links above, and be sure to give our Week 15 What We Saw Podcast a listen!

 

Photo by Dustin Bradford/Icon Sportswire | Adapted by Justin Paradis (@freshmeatcomm on Twitter)

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