Week 15 of the NFL regular season got underway last night as the St. Louis Rams hosted and defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-23. With both teams barely in contention for a playoff berth, the game held little interest for most people outside of St. Louis. However, if you happen to have any of the Rams or Bucs players on your fantasy Football team, there were some players that made some noteworthy contributions to last night's edition of NFL Thursday Night Football.


If was a rough night if you started either the St. Louis Rams defense or the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense; but that means there was reason to be optimistic if you started offensive players from either team. Below are the fantasy football performances of the players from the Bucs and the Rams, broken down by position. 


Note: the scoring used here is based on NFL.com's standard fantasy football scoring.


  • Jameis Winston (Bucs): With 363 passing yards and 2 touchdown passes, Winston was the highest scorer in the game at 20.22 points.
  • Case Keenum (Rams): Keenum was the third highest overall performer with 18.36 points off of 234 passing yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions.


  • Todd Gurley (Rams): Gurley was good for 16.20 fantasy points off of 79 total offensive yards and a rushing touchdown.
  • Doug Martin (Bucs): 91 receiving yards and a catch for 6 yards made Martin worth 11.60 fantasy football points this week.
  • Charles Sims (Bucs)8.20 points.
  • Tre Mason (Rams)1.60 points.
  • Benny Cunningham (Rams)1.00 point.


  • Tavon Austin (Rams): Austin lead all receivers and all Rams with 20.00 fantasy points off of 73 offensive yards, a rushing touchdown, and a receiving touchdown.
  • Mike Evans (Bucs)17.60 points off of 157 receiving yards and 9 catches.
  • Kenny Brit (Rams)14.30 points from a touchdown and 71 receiving yards.
  • Adam Humphries (Bucs): 60 receiving yards from 6 catches comes to 6.60 fantasy points.
  • Donteea Dye (Bucs)4.50 points.


  • Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Bucs): Austin brought in 9.20 points with 29 receiving yards and a touchdown.
  • Luke Stocker (Bucs): Nearly identical fantasy stats as his teammate, Stocker was good for 8.80 points off of 25 receiving yards and a touchdown.
  • Jared Cook (Rams)6.80 points.
  • Lance Kendricks (Rams)3.00 points.
  • Cameron Brate (Bucs)2.30 points.


  • St. Louis Rams: Even with an interception and a fumble recovery, the 23 points they allowed the Bucs to score made the Rams defense worth just 6.00 points this week.
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 2 sacks isn't enough to make up for causing no turnovers and giving up 31 points. The Bucs defense was only good for 1.00 fantasy point in Week 15.

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