In order to make this weekly list, the player must have been owned in less than 25 percent of ESPN leagues entering their game. Each week, one quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, and one tight end are highlighted.

Here are the Week 15 fantasy stars who were likely unowned.

To see the Week 14 team, click here.


Eli Manning, Giants

Week 15 stats: 434 passing yards, three passing touchdowns, one interception

Just two weeks prior, Manning was benched after starting in 210 consecutive games. On Sunday, he posted the fourth-highest yardage total of his 14-year career.

It was the second three-touchdown game of the season for Manning with both coming against the Eagles.

Running backs

Elijah McGuire, Jets

Week 15 stats: 24 Rushing Yards, 3 receptions, 48 Receiving Yards, 1 receiving touchdown

After an excellent Week 4 where McGuire had 137 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown, he averaged just 22.4 total yards over the next eight games. McGuire easily had his best game since the Jets’ Week 4 over the Jaguars on Sunday which included a late fourth-quarter touchdown reception.

Kapri Bibbs, Redskins

Week 15 stats: 6 rushing yards, 4 receptions, 47 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown

Bibbs, who was just called up from the practice squad earlier in the week, only finished with two carries on Sunday.

Much like Chris Thompson, Bibbs was utilized in the passing game and largely makes this list due to a 36-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter.

Wide receivers

Keelan Cole, Jaguars

Week 15 stats: 7 receptions, 186 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown

While Cole had caught a touchdown pass in each of his prior two games, fantasy owners had no faith in him as evidenced by his only being owned in 1.2 percent of ESPN leagues.

The undrafted rookie had no more than three catches in any game until his breakout performance on Sunday.

Jaydon Mickens, Jaguars

Week 15 stats: 4 receptions, 61 receiving yards, 2 receiving touchdowns

Mickens, whose main role has been as a punt returner, had just one catch in eight games entering Week 15. Both of his touchdowns came within five minutes of game action on Sunday in the second quarter.

Tight end

Richard Rodgers, Packers

Week 15 stats: 4 receptions, 77 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown

Rodgers entered Sunday’s game with just eight catches for 87 yards in 13 games. It was a far cry from his 2015 season when he had 58 receptions and eight touchdowns. He was utilized for pretty much the first time all year on Sunday as Aaron Rodgers made his return from a broken collarbone.