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Fantasy Football 2023: Week 15 Quarterback and Tight End Sleepers and Streamers

You’ve done it! After a bit of nail-biting, you’ve nailed down a playoff spot. Now it’s time to make it that one week more. No worries though, we have you covered as we go through options at both the quarterback and tight end positions. Let us dig into some Week 15 Quarterback Sleepers and Streamers along with some Week 15 Tight End Sleepers and Streamers.

Week 15 Quarterback Sleepers and Streamers

Quarterback Sleepers

Will Levis, Tennessee Titans

Talk about a comeback. Will Levis and the Titans made history last week as they came back from a 15-point deficit with less than four minutes remaining. While that is not something we are expecting to happen again, it does give us a glimpse into Levis’ upside.

In what was the best game of the rookie’s young career, Levis finished with 327 yards and a touchdown. This week he faces a Texans team that has struggled defensively against opposing quarterbacks. After all, this is the same Houston team that allowed Zach Wilson to throw for more than 300 yards last week while looking like a competent NFL quarterback. That is not to say that Levis will have a duplicate performance, but the Tennessee passing offense has looked better as of late.

Nick Mullens, Minnesota Vikings

Nick Mullens stepped in last week in the fourth quarter and promptly completed nine of 13 passes for 83 yards. In Week 15, Mullens gets the chance to start from the outset. Not only does he get a favorable matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals, but he should have Justin Jefferson.

Following a lengthy absence, Jefferson returned last week only to be forced out of action with a chest injury. All indications are that Jefferson will be good for a full workload. That gives Mullens an advantage that few quarterbacks have as Jefferson is one of the best receivers in the game. Not only that, but he gets to throw to one of the top tight ends in T.J. Hockenson. Cincinnati struggles against opposing tight ends, and this puts Mullens in a great spot.

Quarterback Streamers

Matthew Stafford, Los Angeles Rams

It’s hard not to get excited here. Matthew Stafford gets the benefit of facing a Washington Commanders team that has allowed the most points to opposing quarterbacks this season. The Commanders are allowing a league-worst 266 passing yards this year, and Stafford will be the next to take advantage of it.

Last week, despite the adverse weather, Stafford had another prolific passing game. The veteran threw for 294 passing yards and three touchdowns against a tough Baltimore team. It was the third game in a row in which Stafford threw for at least three touchdowns. Between Cooper Kupp and Puka Nacua, Stafford doesn’t lack for weapons.

Jake Browning, Cincinnati Bengals

The circumstances were far from ideal, but Jake Browning has done a good job of stepping in for Joe Burrow. While we can’t compare the two, Browning does have value among our sleepers and streamers.

Last week, Browning was quite efficient completing 18 of 24 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns. It was this first week with multiple touchdown passes, but also the second straight week in which he picked up a touchdown on the ground. Browning has plenty of weapons to work with in Cincinnati’s offense. It also helps that the Bengals haven’t been shy in giving him a chance to show what he can do.

Week 15 Tight End Sleepers and Streamers

Tight End Sleepers

Logan Thomas, Washington Commanders

It hasn’t been a great season for Logan Thomas, and heading into last week’s bye, things took a dip. Thomas had previously caught between four and six passes a week over a five-game span, but he had just two catches in the last two games. He was targeted just five times in that stretch heading into Washington’s bye, including just one in his last game.

Thomas previously showed that he had a solid role in Washington’s offense, so expecting something similar isn’t unreasonable. Opposing tight ends have had success against the Rams this year, and the Commanders figure to be in a passing situation.

Tucker Kraft, Green Bay Packers

With Luke Musgrave sidelined, Tucker Kraft has moved up on the depth chart for Green Bay. A 43-yard reception last week was the highlight for Kraft on his way to four receptions for 64 yards. There is a solid level of chemistry with an improving Jordan Love, and the tight end should continue to carve out solid production. It is a good matchup against Tampa Bay, and Kraft holds some sleepers and streamers appeal.

Tight End Streamers

Tyler Conklin, New York Jets

Let’s be real, Zach Wilson is not going to win Player of the Week honors again. However, it was quite surprising to see Wilson break the 300-yard mark as he looked like a legitimate quarterback. New York will likely be playing from behind which means, once again, that they will be relying on the passing game.

Even when things were not going as well offensively for New York, Conklin did establish himself as a high-volume receiver. While Conklin has yet to catch his first touchdown pass of the season, he does have 46 catches for 506 yards on the season. Over the last two weeks, Conklin was targeted 15 times, and he has ample opportunity to contribute.

Chigoziem Okonkwo, Tennessee Titans

Each week, Chigoziem Okonkwo appears as one of our sleepers and streamers as he tries to salvage a season that left us wanting more. Okonkwo emerged on the scene at the end of last year, and we have been chasing that upside.

Okonkwo has yet to catch a touchdown this season, but the volume is there. This week, he has a favorable matchup against a Houston team that struggles against opposing tight ends, so it’s possible that changes in Week 15. In each of the last two games, Okonkwo was targeted six times, and last week he turned that into five receptions for 46 yards.

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