Fantasy Football Lessons, Week 15: Amon St. Brown Dominates

Amon-Ra St. Brown dominate once again, James Conner drops in our rankings, Gabriel Davis and Russell Gage are league winners, Javonte Willliams can break out at any time. Here are the most important lessons learned in Fantasy Football – Week 15 NFL 2021.

We want to know what interests you and all Spanish-speaking NFL fans!

Talk to us and win prizes here:

Estudio de Fans de la NFL 2022: ¡participa y gana premios de la NFL!

Amon-Ra St. Brown is the league-winner what did you expect

In the last three weeks this player is second in the entire NFL in targets, behind only Chris Godwin, sixth in receiving yards, fourth in receiving yards, ninth in rushing yards and giving the twelfth best QB rating. when he receives the ball. At this point the target share it handles is ridiculous.

Since TJ Hockenson and D’Andre Swift were injured, St. Brown has not had a single game with less than 30% target share and less than the same percentage of targets per route run. Last week, he managed 40% of the Lions’ target share, the highest in the entire NFL. Let’s already treat this player like a legitimate WR2.

James Conner goes down with the return of Chase Edmonds

He only handled 44% of the team’s snaps and 40% of the carries, the lowest numbers since Edmonds led this backfield. It was only on 32% of the team’s routes and had 4% of the target share. It is already more of a TD dependent RB2 to a safe RB1 we can trust.

Russell Gage and Gabriel Davis are the duo of the Playoffs

Let’s start with Russell Gage whom I mentioned in the article on sleepers of Fantasy Football Playoffs that could be a league winner for all those who trusted him, this week he was and moved many people forward. He managed with 39% of target share and with 32% of targets per run route dominating the team. It must be considered a WR2 with this volume that it has.

On the other hand, Gabriel Davis ran 90% of the team’s routes and drove with 24% target share, and as stated in the Waivers article, he scored a TD for the elite use they give him in that area. It should already be considered as a functional WR3.

Greater risers Y fallers from week 13

Here are the players who fell the most and fell the most in my Fantasy Football rankings:


  • RB Javonte Williams – Broncos: He led the backfield with 59% of the snaps and was close to running 50% of the routes, also had 22% of targets per route run.
  • RB Devin Singletary – Bills: This player had one of the best uses of the whole week. He had 93% snaps, 85% carries, and 69% routes run. Elite.
  • RB Craig Reynolds – Lions: He handled 64% of the snaps and 74% of the carries playing as one of the best in the NFL.
  • RB Duke Johnson – Miami: He had 56% of the snaps, 57% of the carries and dominated the backfield.
  • RB Ronald Jones – Buccaneers: This player had the most snaps without Leonard Fournette and showed his talent.
  • WR Tyler Johnson – Buccaneers: This player dominated all the team’s WRs with 94% of the routes run, without Godwin he is a good option in deep leagues.
  • WR Nick Westbrook-Ikhine – Titans: Led with Julio Jones injury on run routes.
  • WR Rashod Bateman – Ravens: For the first time all season, he led the road offense. Their percentage of targets per run route is poor.


  • RB Joe Mixon – Bengals: He continued his decline in snaps even before injury, with injury, he would be careful lining him up in Fantasy Football Playoffs.
  • RB Saquon Barkley – Giants: With just 58% snaps and 64% carries it’s impossible for him to perform at a high level. The volume gets lower and lower.
  • WR Laviska Shenault – Jaguars: If you were confident that with a new offense his role would change, you will be disappointed when you realize that it is the WR3 and it is under the Laquon Treadwell sensation.
  • RB Rhamondre Stevenson – Patriots: Even without Damien Harris it showed that it is a game script dependent RB2 due to the lack of air volume it had.
  • RB Myles Gaskin – Dolphins: The Fantasy Football community expected more from this player this week. He’s already lost the backfield to Duke Johnson and we can’t expect anything from him.

Additional notes

    • D’Onta Foreman is a mirage and a big regression will come with less than 50% snaps.
    • If you don’t have Ameer Abdullah you are missing out on a good low RB2 with tremendous aerial upside in such a dysfunctional offense.
    • Teams that have Brandin Cooks are one step closer to winning the championship.
    • DeVonta Freeman is the most underrated workhorse in Fantasy Football.

Thanks for reading me. What Fantasy Football lessons did you take from week 15 of the 2021 NFL Season? Remember to pay attention to Tuesday’s article, where I will analyze the most attractive options to take you in Waivers for week 14. Also remember to watch the Fantasy Squad program on our YouTube channel.

We want to say thanks to the author of this short article for this awesome content

Fantasy Football Lessons, Week 15: Amon St. Brown Dominates