|Offense||20th||113.2 (15th)||209.6 (20th)|
|Defense||1st||88.1 (2nd)||188.7 (2nd)|
Peters recorded two interceptions and three tackles (all solo) Saturday against the Chargers.
Peters was suspended in Week 14 against the Raiders for his actions during the game a week before. He returned with a vengeance in a key divisional matchup against Los Angeles and could have a chance to add to his turnover total next week against the turnover-prone Jay Cutler and the Dolphins.
Butker made three of his four field-goal attempts and all of his three extra-point tries Saturday against the Chargers.
After a couple of quiet weeks from a kicking standpoint, Butker has attempted four in each of the last two contests. With a Chiefs offense that appears to have gotten back on track, Butker could have another opportunity to rack up more field goals next week against the Dolphins.
Wilson caught just one pass on two targets for 15 yards Sunday against the Chargers.
Wilson remained heavily involved in the offense during Week 15, staying on the field for 94 percent of the offensive snaps. However, his consistent involvement doesn't generally result in production. Unless something drastically changes, more of the same is likely on tap in Week 16.
Reimer stopped 35 of 38 shots in Sunday's loss to the Golden Knights.
Reimer has been great at times this season, but victories are hard to come by on a struggling Florida squad. He was the much-busier goaltender Sunday, but this marks the second consecutive start he's played well in yet come up empty. The 29-year-old owns a 6-9-4 record with a .898 save percentage, making him a tough play in fantasy. Considering the Panthers have managed just two wins since the start of December, Reimer likely doesn't make for an adequate fantasy start right now.
Miller scored his fifth goal of the season, added a helper and fired four shots on goal in Sunday's win over Florida.
That's a three-game point streak for Miller, who is a plus-4 over his last two outings. The third-pairing blueliner has been a terrific fantasy producer of late, managing two goals and eight points in his last eight games. The 25-year-old wasn't a big offensive producer with the Bruins, but he's contributing in a big way for Vegas with 19 points through 32 games. His power-play time and steady point production make him worth owning in many types of fantasy settings.