A look at every NFL game for Week 15, with the consensus pick of Athlon Sports' editors.
A quick preview of every game on the NFL schedule for Week 15, along with the consensus picks of Athlon Sports editors Mitchell Light, Rob Doster, Nathan Rush, Patrick Snow and Steven Lassan:
Jaguars (4-9) at Falcons (8-5)
The Dirty Birds have not been great closers, but they have won the games they were expected to win at home — with only defeats to the Packers and Saints (in overtime) in the friendly confines of the Georgia Dome this season. Falcons by 7
The San Diego Chargers wide receiver is an intriguing play against the Bears
You can move the ball down the field, through the air against the Chicago Bears. And that is exactly what San Diego Chargers Antonio Gates and Vincent Brown should be able to do today in the Windy City.
The Chargers face a Bears defense that is friendly to opposing tight ends, allowing the most fantasy points per game in the league by 1.6 against 31st-ranked Dallas, and friendly to opposing team’s No. 2 receivers, allowing an average of 4.5 catches for 49.1 yards per game with two scores.
Which back up running back will do better on the first Thursday night NFL game?
The first Thursday night game of the NFL season is just a day away, and there are plenty of early choices you need to make about your fantasy rosters this week — namely Michael Bush or Mike Tolbert in the battle of No. 2 running backs.
Ryan Mathews is not a strong play today, even if he suits up
Ryan Mathews (groin) is listed as a game-time decision for today’s Week 9 game against visiting Green Bay. He didn’t practice Friday, which is usually a death nil for playing two days later. It completed a week in which he saw no practice time.
The Chargers wide receiver will perform much better than expected against the Denver Broncos
Vincent Jackson is a must play every week he's in the lineup. But you probably knew that.
This week, Jackson, who's been struggling with a hamstring and strained abdomen issues for the last few weeks, should be good to go, but his match-up against the Broncos' Champ Bailey has some owners worried.
Six-time Pro Bowler claims he will be ready to play in less than a month
Attention NFL teams! Need help at wide receiver? If so, Terrell Owens wants you to know he is available. Owens, who had surgery to repair a torn ACL in April, said in an interview this week that he plans to be ready to play in less than a month.