NFL reporters answer Week 15's biggest fantasy football questions

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NFL Nation answers the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay -- across the league for Week 15.

With so many fantasy leagues entering and/or continuing their playoffs, Clay picked 11 questions to hit intriguing players and teams:

Denver Broncos

Do you expect quarterback Drew Lock to pick up where he left off in Houston against the Chiefs this weekend?

Another 300-yard, three-touchdown day from Lock in just his third career start, 13 miles from where he graduated from high school, in a stadium where the Broncos are 3-14 in December games, would be an awful lot to ask. The Chiefs will almost certainly try to pressure Lock far more than either the Chargers or Texans did in his first two starts. With the noise at Arrowhead Stadium, the Broncos will be working out of a silent count much, if not all, of the time. The Broncos might look to run a little more as well to try to slow the tempo and keep the ball away from the Chiefs' offense. Lock's decision-making will be at a premium, and Denver will be looking to get the ball out of his hands quickly, with the occasional deep shot if Kansas City crowds a safety toward the line of scrimmage. -- Jeff Legwold

Detroit Lions

Can we count on anyone other than receiver Kenny Golladay for solid numbers against Tampa Bay's weak pass defense?