Dominate in the Fantasy Football Semi-Finals: Jim Cramer and Crew Prepare you for Week 15

With just two more weeks until fantasy football league champions are crowned, Jim Cramer and his team of fantasy football analysts are ready to deliver the info and strategy you need to win.
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Did you advance to your fantasy football semi-finals?

Just love the great show with Jim Cramer and his team of NFL and fantasy football analysts put together every week?

 Rest assured we have another excellent episode as we buckle up for Week 15.

Show Topics

-Fantasy Football Bad Beats: There's a few relatively inconsequential experiences over a course of someone's life that somehow stick with them forever. The one time they got a ticket for speeding. A rough loss in a poker game. How they lost in the fantasy football playoffs or championship. Everyone has a bad beat. I've had my own, seen and heard about them all. Some are cringeworthy, others are just downright depressing. Jim and I and both share our bad beat stories and want you to share yours below. Let us know how, when, and what happened when you lost. You can post it on this link in Ask Cramer. 

-Special Guest Nick Kostos: Sports Illustrated gambling aficionado joins the show to give an over-view of the game totals for Week 15 and how it impacts the world of fantasy football. 

-Stock vs. Stat: Katherine Ross combines the world of the stock market and fantasy football with our weekly contest. This week Katherine discusses Chewy and Christian McCaffrey Michael Thomas receiving yards against Lowes and Adobe  against Jameis Winston passing yards.

-Week 15 Lightning Round: Just because there's only four teams left in your league, doesn't mean you can ignore the Waiver Wire. With so many players getting injured in Week 14, the door is wide open for players to emerge in the final few weeks of the season. Jim and I run through over a dozen players to help you get that trophy.

Have a question about your lineup for Week 15? Drop us a line in the comments below.