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Hermsmeyer: Air Yards Buy-Low Model, Week 15

Inglewood, California, USA; Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle (17) catches a pass ahead of Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Ja'Sir Taylor (36) during the second half at SoFi Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

  • Samuel derailed by injury: Deebo Samuel was on track for a nice week before he was injured.
  • Even after a down Week 14, Waddle leads the buy low for Week 15: Jaylen Waddle laid a massive egg, but he is back for another week.
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Week 14 Review

Week 14 was a debacle. Even though Russell Wilson went off for multiple touchdowns, it turned out that Jerry Jeudy hauled in all three, leaving Greg Dulcich stranded. To be fair, Dulcich looked a bit lost out there, running routes hesitantly and dropping passes.

Jaylen Waddle and Tua Tagovailoa couldn’t connect for most of the night against the Los Angeles Chargers. They are one of the highest-correlated pairs of players in terms of production in the NFL. Waddle was blown up early in the backfield by Kyle Van Noy and didn’t win his one-on-one go route later in the game. Just disgusting.

Deebo Samuel was on track for a nice game until he was injured. He carried the ball, as expected, and was injured on one, just like he feared coming into the year.

The only other marginal bright spot was Diontae Johnson, but at 14.2 points he wasn’t winning you the week.

Here are the full results from Week 14, with players who beat their consensus projections in bold:  

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