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MORE: Dominate your league with Fantasy Alarm’s season-long toolsFantasy Stock Watch: Moving upDalvin Cook, RB, Vikings. Few teams have been gashed by running backs quite like the Dolphins this year, and there is no reason to think that doesn’t continue in Week 15. Cook has been very solid lately, going for either 100 total yards or a TD in three straight contests. Something also worth noting is the 13 receptions he’s had over his past two games. The Dolphins have also allowed the 10th-most receptions to running backs, so Cook should be able to take advantage on the ground and through the air. He’s a strong RB2 with RB1 upside, so he gets a stock up as a result of that.WEEK 15 DFS CASH LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKingsJared Goff, QB, Rams. I know it seems weird to put Goff here after his showing against the Bears in Week 14, throwing for just 180 yards and four picks, but there’s nothing like a matchup against a banged-up Eagles secondary in Week 15 to get him back on track. The Eagles have allowed the second-most yards passing in the entire league and Goff is currently fourth in the NFL in passing yards. Quarterbacks have scored the eighth-most fantasy points against the Eagles defense, and if you have Goff and someone like Jameis Winston in a tough matchup against the Ravens, I’d lean Goff.Demaryius Thomas, WR, Texans. This is risky, but if you’re in a weird spot in deeper leagues and Thomas is someone you’re considering, he has a great Week 15 matchup against the Jets. New York has allowed the third-most yards and fourth-most receptions to pass catchers, and if Thomas ever lines up in the slot, he’ll get a tasty matchup against Buster Skrine. The six targets Thomas had in Week 14 was the most he has seen since joining the Texans, and he’s definitely a formidable option in PPR formats, especially with the way Deshaun Watson is playing.Week 15 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerFantasy Football Stock Watch: Moving downAaron Jones, RB, Packers. The one thing I will say is that Jones just continues to score touchdowns each and every week. Jones has scored a touchdown in five straight weeks and in six of his past seven games. But now he gets a Bears defense fresh off a dismantling of the Rams offense. The Bears rank are a top-five defense against the run and have only allowed three RB rushing touchdowns on the year, which is the fewest in the league. Since his breakout against Miami, Jones has rushed for fewer than 76 yards in four straight games, and in two of those games, he has only seen 11 carries. If Jones is someone you’re considering for your FLEX, you might want to pivot to someone else. This is tough matchup to produce in, especially when you consider that Green Bay has a very small 21.6 total. Lamar Jackson, QB, Ravens. It’s unfortunate that the Ravens want to use Joe Flacco because this is a fantastic spot for Jackson and the offense. The Bucs haven’t been able to stop a nose bleed this year, as they’ve allowed 29 passing touchdowns. Jackson is coming off his best game as a passer, throwing for two touchdowns, and now he could be replaced…even though he’s 3-1 as a starter and has brought the Ravens back into the playoff picture. If Flacco is active, it’s hard to justify playing Jackson if they’re both taking snaps under center.WEEK 15 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endKenny Golladay, WR, Lions. It’s a very big misconception that Buffalo’s entire team is bad, and that’s simply not true. While their offense hasn’t played well this year, the Bills secondary has allowed the passing yards in football and the sixth-fewest receptions, as well. Golladay only saw four passes come his way in Week 14, and he only has five total receptions in his past two games. The Lions are currently projected with second-lowest point total on the board, and this offense isn’t something I want a part of here. We should look to use a more consistent option, especially considering we’re in the postseason. With trade season now over in fantasy, we’re shifting the format of this piece a bit. Not many — if any — leagues are still making trades, seeing how the fantasy playoffs have already begun everywhere. With that said, we’re going to look at the rising and falling stocks of some key players. Mostly, we’re talking about the value of players who always seem to be on the start ’em, sit ’em bubble.Without further ado, let’s dive into the stock-up, stock-down candidates for the end of the fantasy football season.