You can't ask for a better matchup as the Jags are giving up 7/81/1 per game to the position.
He's 3/3 in his last 2 games, with 9 XPTs, so remains an excellent option.
Arizona has been the best TE matchup in the league for the last couple of years, so start him.
The offense is struggling greatly, and the Browns do have 6 sacks and 3 INTs, so a viable play.
Eli's trust in him continues to grow each week and he is obviously a beast in the redzone.
Another big game last week with a TD and 9 targets and the Bears can be thrown on, so keep using him.
His impact has increased given Marshall's injury and could have scored last week, and the Panthers are giving up 39 FP/G.
Another huge game last week and the Texans have been run on this year, so start him.
Leads the NFL in TD catches and the Vikings secondary is beatable.
Another great matchup by the numbers and the Bucs give up 7/68/.5. per game to the TE.
Targets have been down as they continue to run the ball a ton, but you're not sitting him because he still produces.
He is absolutely unstoppable right now, and the Jags are giving up the second most FP/G to WRs.
A must start as the Falcons are horrendous against RBs right now and are giving up 39 FP/G.
Completed 83% of his passes in one game against them last year and put up 285/2, so start him.
The Jag defense is awful right now and giving up 29 FP/G which is the worst in the league.
Put up 11/181/2 in two games last year which was good for 20 FP/G in a PPR.
The Panthers have been getting rocked to the tune of 29 FP/G and he got 28 touches last week.
A must start against one of the worst defenses in the league which is giving up 32 FP/G.
Probably worth starting again this week, as Cousins is coming off a horrible game.
He's feeling better this week, but check status all week and start him if he goes as the Bills are giving up 39 FP/G to WRs.
Caught an impressive 10 of his 11 targets last week and another excellent matchup here as the Jets give up 41 FP/G.
He is 6/6 the last two games, so keep using him.
He gets one more week kicking for Prater and you know they'll score plenty of points and could stall his range for multiple attempts.
NE got run all over last week and is giving up a healthy 30 FP/G to RBs so start him.
Look for a bounce back game at home as the Bucs are giving up 282/2 to QBs and he averaged 31 FP/G against them last year.
He's 5/5 with 10 XPTs in his last 2 games, so looking good.
He's obviously been terrible, but he Eagles do get RT Lane Johnson back and the Rams can definitely be run on.
He's been a little quiet, but the Redskins are vulnerable on the back end and give up 39 FP/G to WRs.
Scored yet again through the air, so keep using him if you need him, but this is a below average matchup.
He's been the lone bright spot on offense for them thus far and the Browns' secondary has struggled and given up 16 FP/G to the TE.
A slightly better than average matchup by the numbers, as the Colts are giving up 22 FP/G and he should have to throw a lot.
Cornerback Peterson has been beaten a little this year, but Cromartie has been lights out, so it's a tougher matchup.
All kinds of banged up this year, but he Chiefs have given up 4 TDs to the TE this year.
Scored last week and just missed another one, so while his injury has slowed him, he is hard to sit.
A whopping 15 targets last week and he caught only 5 of them, but the matchup is solid enough.
Disappointed last week, but he did get 10 targets and the Bucs are giving up the most FP/G to WRs right now.
He looks 49 out there, but he is scoring and the Bengals give up 7/70 to the TE.
He does have a miss the last 2 weeks, but this looks like a good spot at home.
Panthers haven't given up a TD to the TE yet, but they are still giving up 5/57, so keep using him if you need him.
Bears have actually not yet given up a TD to TE, but they are vulnerable at safety.
Played a healthy 37 snaps last week and led them with 17 touches.
Still a very tough matchup as the Niners give up only 56 rushing yards per game to RBs, but he looked great last week.
He's off to a slow start, but give this stud another shot this week.
Has some OL issues and the matchup is medium at best, but we know he will sling it and this could be a higher scoring game.
Average matchup by the numbers, but the Bills give up 278/1.5 and they are very difficult to run on.
A little underwhelming last week and the matchup isn't fantastic as the Giants give up only 10 WR catches per game and have solid corners.
He did miss one last week, but he also has 7 FGs in his last 2 games.
He does have one miss, but also 4 FGs in his last two games and remains a solid option.
Has yet to score, but leads them in targets, and another 10 last week and the Ravens do give up a whopping 40 FP/G to WRs.
Still has O-line issues, but gets his starting RT back this week and while the matchup is below average by the numbers, you can throw on their secondary.
Redskins secondary is a mess right now and gives up a healthy 24 FP/G, so looking like a good starter even on the road.