Paul Charchian's Top Drops - Week 15

Andre Ellington – For some reason, Andre Ellington is still owned in 81% of fantasy leagues.  He’s battling turf toe, an injury that won’t fully heal until next year.  And the team has found it’s running back of the future in David Johnson.

Anquan Boldin – San Francisco faces the toughest remaining schedule against the pass, and Boldin has been a terribly inconsistent all year anyway.

Vincent Jackson – Vincent Jackson is hurt, and the Bucs have a tough remaining schedule, with games against the Rams, Bears, and Panthers.  Even at full health, I’m not sure he’ll get a starter’s grade in any game going forward.

CJ Spiller – The fact that CJ Spiller to get virtually no work last week suggest that he’s just plain bad.

Marcus Mariota – I liked his chances of a decent game last week in an easy matchup, but he mostly flopped. Now his schedule turns much harder, with games against the Patriots and Texans. I don’t think he’ll get a starter’s grade until Week 17 against the Colts.

Buck Allen – Buck Allen won’t get a starter’s grade the rest of the year, as his schedule turns brutally tough against the Chiefs, Steelers, and Bengals.  Compounding matters, the Ravens’ best lineman, Eugene Monroe just went on IR.

Alfred Blue – Alfred Blue is dealing with a minor back injury, but more importantly, he’s awful, and he’s been phased out of the Houston offense.

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