Trust in Tyler Lockett for the fantasy playoffs

Mike Tagliere hits the floor of the Fantasy Stock Market heading into Week 15, and lets you know why it may be a good time to drop Jonathan Stewart.

| 1 year ago
(AP Photo/L.G. Patterson)

(AP Photo/L.G. Patterson)

Trust in Tyler Lockett for the fantasy playoffs

Since changing to a new style of the Fantasy Stock Market, there may have been a few surprise players in the ones that we’ve suggested you drop or at least fade if you have a decent alternative.

Dez Bryant was one of those names in the sell column and if you haven’t already, drop him. While it is a bold move, he isn’t going to do anything against Darrelle Revis in Week 15 and will then see Stephon Gilmore in Week 16. Both of them rank inside the top 23 percent of cornerbacks in the league, according to PFF grades.

Jameis Winston choked against the Saints last week, and now has the Rams on the schedule in Week 15, a team that has allowed just three quarterbacks all year to score more than 16 fantasy points. Should he be dropped or is there reason for hope?

Step inside the Fantasy Stock Market as you head into the second week of fantasy playoffs, and take a look at the players you can trust while their stock to continue to rise, as well as the players that you may want to stay away from all together.

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Mike Tagliere is a Lead Writer for PFF Fantasy. He's ranked as a top-six fantasy football expert twice over the last four years by

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