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Runningbacks

Darren Sproles (Chargers)- Sproles had 64 total yards and two receiving TDs against the Raiders last week.  The Chargers should utilize him more in Week 15 against a soft Chiefs defense that is ranked 29th against the pass and 30th against the run.

Tatum Bell (Broncos)- RB Peyton Hillis was placed on IR with a torn hamstring. Bell took over Hillis during the game last week and had 11 carries for 52 yards and caught two passes for 16 yards. He stands to get the majority of touches the rest of the way out of the Broncos backfield.

Honorable mention: Maurice Morris(Seahawks)

Wide Receivers

Deion Branch (Seahawks)- Branch has nine receptions in his past two games and caught two TDs last week against the Pats. He has at least 54 receiving yards in three of his past four games and has a great match up against the Rams this week that have allowed the 24th most passing yards in the NFL.

Antwaan Randle El (Redskins)- Randle El was targeted eight times last week andfinished the game with five catches for 57 yards and a TD. He has a favorable matchup this week against the Bengals which rank 22nd in the league against the pass.

Honorable mention : Bryant Johnson(49ers)

Tight End

Jeremy Shockey (Saints)- Shockey has 20 catches in his past four games for 212 yards. Even though he has missed three games due to injury he is 10th in receptions (41) and 12th in targets (61) amongst tight ends. He should continue his solid contribution against this Bears this week and draws the Lions in Week 16.

Honorable Mention: L.J Smith (Eagles)

Kicker

David Akers (Eagles)- Akers has 20 points in his past two games andis tied for third in the NFL with 32 field goal attempts. He kicked a season long 51-yarder against the Giants last week and should receive many kicking chances against the Browns on Monday Night Football.

Honorable mention: Robbie Gould (Bears)

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