Hopefully you survived the first week of your fantasy playoffs and are moving on this week. If you did and you own either Jabaal Sheard or Jason Pierre-Paul then make sure to start them this week. They currently rank 13th and 3rd in our Week 15 DL Rankings.
Sheard will play against an Arizona OL that is nothing special and he might draw John Skelton, who is not the best decision maker. Sheard should have many chances to notch a sack.
As for Jason Pierre-Paul, JPP racked up a huge game last week. He ad a multi-sack game, forced a fumble and blocked the potential game-winning kick. He is playing at a ridiculously high level and can only be benched for Jared Allen or Terrell Suggs right now.
DL RankPlayer NameVsComments
2Terrell SuggsSDHe destroyed the Colts last week and now faces old teammate Jared Gaither this week. Another multi-sack game is likely
3Jason Pierre-PaulWASA DLineman cannot have a week much better than JPP had last week
4Julius PeppersSEAPeppers will be moved around a lot and Sea is missing 3 starting OLinemen and both their starting OTs
6Elvis DumervilNEHe is on a tear the last five or six weeks
10Justin SmithPITA hobbled Big Ben or an immobile Charlie Batch should bode well for him
13Jabaal SheardARIThe impressive rookie should have another solid outing this week
16Justin TuckWASNot a bad play if his toe injury and all of his other injuries do not limit him too much
19Robert MathisTENHas a paltry 5.5 sacks this season but tries to get it going against the Titans in what could be Jake Locker's first start
20Kyle Vanden BoschOAK
22Will SmithMINShouldn't have much of a problem getting through this OL to the QB
25Jeremy MinceyATLSvitek has done a nice job at LT, but it is still hard to believe that Mincey cannot make a play or two on him
28Richard SeymourDETIf he can keep his hands to himself he can have a nice outing
32Michael JohnsonSTLThe Rams are a top-5 team in allowing pts to DEs. Should be a nice game for one of Johnson or Geathers
34Tyson JacksonGBHas had two nice weeks in a row. Will he continue the trend against pass-happy GB?
Via: Fantasy Football