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SNF fantasy points projections to help you set your lineup

Need some last minute start/sit advice? Fantasy points projections can help, and we’ve got them for Week 15 Sunday Night Football.

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen runs with the ball as Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson pressures during the first quarter at New Era Field. Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

The Steelers host the Bills on Sunday Night Football in an important matchup to see who makes it into the playoffs in the AFC. This game pits two good defenses against each other. The over/under is a league low 36 total points, so we can’t expect offensive fireworks in this one.

Matchups are crucial, but it helps to see what the analytics are saying about potential performances. Looking at ESPN fantasy projections, there are plenty of start/sit decisions to consider for both teams.

The projections give Devin Singletary and James Conner the most fantasy value this week while Cole Beasley and John Brown have some usefulness as well. Both quarterbacks look set up for down fantasy games by Josh Allen always has some upside due to his ability to score touchdowns with his legs.

It will be tough to count on any of these players in you fantasy playoffs but you may have to. James Conner, as long as he’s healthy, looks like the highest upside play of the group while Cole Beasley has formed a strong connection with his quarterback of late and the Steelers are weak against slot receivers.

Buffalo Bills

QB Josh Allen 16.4
RB Devin Singletary 13.1
RB Frank Gore 4.9
WR John Brown 12.4
WR Cole Beasley 10.3
TE Dawson Knox 5.7
K Stephen Hauschka 5.9
Bills D/ST 8.5

Pittsburgh Steelers

QB Devlin Hodges 11.5
RB James Conner 13.5
RB Jaylen Samuels 6.5
WR Diontae Johnson 8
WR James Washington 7.5
TE Vance McDonald 5.5
K Chris Boswell 7
Steelers D/ST 8.8