It is another playoff week in most leagues and this is no time to take risks. If you have a player that is questionable with an injury, make sure you have a backup plan. Hines Ward and Mike Sims-Walker are perfect examples from last week. Here are good plays in Week 15:
Kurt Warner (Cardinals), QB: Some owners may have trepidation starting him after he threw two interceptions and lost a fumble Monday night. Don't overreact. He'll bounce back big against the Lions, who rank last against the pass with 272.1 yards per game and have allowed 29 passing TDs.
Knowshon Moreno (Broncos), RB: With Correll Buckhalter unlikely to play because of an ankle injury, Moreno is a good bet for at least 20 carries. He has at least 80 yards rushing in four of the last five games and scored three TDs. He has yet to rush for 100 yards and it could happen his week against Oakland, which has allowed 154.2 yards rushing per game and 20 rushing TDs.
Jamaal Charles (Chiefs), RB: He's capable of breaking the big play and is involved in the passing game. He has at least 117 total yards in three of the last five games and scored in five straight. The Browns are ranked 29th against the run.
Chris Wells (Cardinals), RB: There's still a timeshare in the backfield, but few backs are running as well as Wells.
Laurence Maroney (Patriots), RB: He's still getting the bulk of the carries and getting enough goal-line carries. He has eight TDs, but hasn't scored the last two weeks. That should change against the Bills, who are last against the run with an average of 170 yards per game.
Jermichael Finley (Packers), TE: He has at least five catches in three of the last four games.
Sleepers: QB Chad Henne (Dolphins), QB Jason Campbell (Redskins), RB Justin Forsett (Seahawks), RB Arian Foster (Texans), WR Joshua Cribbs (Browns), WR Steve Breaston (Cardinals).