Two of the four top-scoring kickers in fantasy points per game over the last six weeks are still available in over 50% of Yahoo! fantasy football leagues.
Kicker is one of the most high-variance positions in fantasy football, and their production tends to be more about the offense they're tied to and their weekly matchup than any sort of individual skill. That makes it the perfect position to stream in fantasy football.
With that in mind, here are our top fantasy football streaming kickers for Week 15.
Streaming Kickers Fantasy Football Playoffs Week 15
3. Jason Sanders, Miami Dolphins (vs NYJ)
The New York Jets are the only team in the NFL that has allowed opponents to score on over 50% of their drives. With Tua Tagovailoa rolling (passer rating over 100 in each of his last four games), the Miami Dolphins should get tons of opportunities to score against this Jets D, which ranks No. 32 in Football Outsiders' defensive DVOA metric. That should mean big things for Sanders.
2. Robbie Gould, San Francisco 49ers (vs ATL)
The Atlanta Falcons haven't been all that much better than the Jets, allowing scores on 42.5% of drives (seventh highest in the NFL) and ranking 29th in defensive DVOA. The San Francisco 49ers have been on a roll, averaging just shy of 29 points per game over their last five, and Robbie Gould has benefited with 9.2 fantasy points per game in that same stretch.
1. Jake Elliott, Philadelphia Eagles (vs WAS)
Available in nearly 90% of leagues coming off his bye week, Jake Elliott has quietly been a fantasy football monster in the second half of the season. Dating back to Week 8, he ranks second among all kickers with an average of 12.2 fantasy points per game. That's not someone who should be sitting on a waiver wire, especially when he draws a good matchup against the Washington Football Team, who check in at just No. 30 in defensive DVOA.
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