Week 15 Fantasy Football Wrap: Eagles @ Cardinals

Dalton Del Don
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Arizona Cardinals defeat Philadelphia Eagles, 33-26

Kyler Murray threw for 400+ yards and totaled four touchdowns, as his shoulder injury no longer appears to be an issue. It marked Murray’s ninth game with a rushing and passing TD this season, which is the most in NFL history. Jalen Hurts countered by totaling 401 yards with four scores himself, finishing as the #1 fantasy QB in Week 15. The rookie QB is going to be a force both for the Eagles and fantasy managers for years to come (congratulations if you have Hurts in a dynasty league). Hurts took six sacks (after taking just one last week), but it’s hard not to come away highly impressed. The rookie will be an easy top-10 fantasy QB in Week 16 (@Dal) … Dallas Goedert was close to having a much bigger game, while DeAndre Hopkins put on a clinic; one drive alone featured a sick 40-yard catch to start it and this play to finish it … The Eagles lost both their punter and holder, while the Cardinals had one of the best special teams plays of the season ... Kenyan Drake entered in a sneaky favorable smash spot and with Chase Edmonds injured, but it was he who got banged up Sunday when he delivered a massively disappointing performance during a crucial week in the fantasy playoffs. For one final time (I promise): I hate the Drake!

[Week 15 Recaps: LAR-NYJ | IND-HOU | TEN-DET | PHI-ARI | ATL-TB | WFT-SEA | BAL-JAX | DAL-SF | KC-NO | CLE-NYG | NE-MIA | MIN-CHI]

Special teams play of the week

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