Fantasy Football Start/Sit, Week 15: New York Giants edition

Jim O'Connor-US PRESSWIRE

The New York Giants scored 52 points last Sunday in an overwhelming offensive performance that led to a 52-27 victory over the New Orleans Saints. With that in mind, what do you think I am going to tell you in regards to which Giants to start or sit in your Fantasy Football lineups this week?

I am going to tell you to start pretty much everybody, with the possible exception of running back Ahmad Bradshaw. His sprained knee, in addition to his previously injured foot, makes his status for Sunday's meeting with the Atlanta Falcons uncertain. So, if he is on your roster watch the injury reports and make a decision as late as you can.

Let's quickly run down the list of other players who could on your roster.

Eli Manning -- Don't be an idiot! Put him in your lineup.

David Wilson -- With Bradshaw's injuries and with 327 yards of total offense and three scores last week (one on a kickoff return) play him if you have him.

Victor Cruz -- Play him. Enough said.

Hakeem Nicks -- Not nearly 100 percent, but good enough. Play him.

Domenik Hixon -- Re-emerged last week as the third wide receiver and punt returner. Play the man.

Martellus Bennett -- Unless you have Jason Witten or Tony Gonzalez he should be in your lineup.

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