Fantasy Football Playoffs: Week 15 Recap | FANTASY FOCUS LIVE!

Fantasy football playoffs: week 15 recap | fantasy focus live!

ESPN published this video item, entitled “Fantasy Football Playoffs: Week 15 Recap | FANTASY FOCUS LIVE!” – below is their description.

Field Yates, Daniel Dopp and Liz Loza recap a crazy Week 15 in the NFL. The greatest comeback in NFL history, the worst final play in NFL history and all the fantasy implications that come along with them.

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