The Saint defense is a mess and the Steelers have actually been one of the most efficient and effective passing teams in the NFL lately.
Great matchup and as always a must-start.
Obviously you're starting him every week and he did average 21.5 points a game against them last year in PPR.
Huge game last week with 3 TDs and he's averaged 18.3 points against them in his last 5 games in PPR.
A very healthy 27 touches last week and a very good matchup as the Jags give up a healthy 28.4 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Bears have some key injuries on D including starting CB Fuller, so he is a must start.
Eagles have given up more points to QBs than any team this year and Dez obviously should be able to get his against this secondary so a good start.
Cutler is a mess and Bears could explode at any moment, and theyÕre giving up 9.5 FPG to D/ST over the last five weeks.
Turning into the defense we imagined they would be this preseason, and Carr has looked shaky recently.
The Bills have an amazing 22 sacks over their last four games, and Hoyer made some boneheaded mistakes last week.
The Saint secondary is struggling, so he has a good chance to carve them up.
Huge game last week and a decent matchup so start him.
Usually very reliable, but has 2 misses in the last four games yet getting lots of XPs.
He is actually putting up 17.7 points a game against them in his last 3 games and this matchup is good.
With a hot offense, heÕs getting lots of XP and could be in a shootout with GB.
Bears may not have top corner Kyle Fuller and they're a mess on the back end to begin with, so start him.
His 4/67 last week was actually one of the best performances of the week and Denver gives up a healthy 16.8 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
HeÕs been great all season and not missing, so a great play.
The Saints are getting run on these days and he owns this backfield right now, so expect a ton of work.
Has 3 TDs in his last 2 games and he is clearly a key receiver now, and this matchup is very beatable.
HeÕs been one of the best and offense always helps, so he should keep it up in big game.
Washington defense has actually been just a mediocre matchup but Colts should be able to attack vertically and Luck is at home so start him.
Nice game last week and he's had a solid history against the Cowboys who do give up a healthy 29.4 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
One of the best in the business is still getting plenty of chances with 12 FG in last five games.
Unbelievable game last week and looks like a high volume guy going forward, plus the Chiefs are giving up 5.2 YPC to RBs in their last 5 games.
Redskins secondary has been a little banged up and is certainly beatable, so most need to keep starting him.
It's back to Geno and the Dolphin front seven is nearly as relentless as the Bill front seven.
Has 11 FG and 18 XP in last five, so one of the best and should stay in your lineups.
You're not benching a guy who had 16 targets and 12 catches the week before.
Steelers actually giving up 24.4 pts/game over last 4 games vs. QBs (17% above league avg.) so even though it's on the road still a must-start.
The Cardinal defense has been relentless with 18 sacks and 7 INTs in their last five games.
Probably has the easier matchup of the two QBs in this game but regardless it's a possible shootout and he is absolutely scorching hot.
He's clearly an emerging superstar and there is nothing scary about this matchup as the Jags allow 17.5 YPC their last 4.
Caught only 1 of his 6 targets last week, but he does have a solid history against them and they give up a healthy 44.9 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Cam canÕt breathe behind his offensive line and is making mistakes, as theyÕre giving up 13.5 FPG to D/ST over the last five weeks.
If he doesn't get it done this week then you wonder when he's going to get it done because the Bear defense is miserably bad, especially lately.
Pats are giving up 3.3 YPC in their last 4 games, but they do give up over 6 catches per game to RBs and you're not sitting him at this point.
Came up small last week with 4 targets and 2 catches, but a good matchup as the Redskins give up 13.6 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Looked great last week and is clearly the top back, plus the usually stout Bill defense is giving up 5.0 YPC in their last 4 games.
Had an acceptable 5 targets last week and some upside this week as depleted Raven secondary gives up 43.4 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Huge game last week and while the Chargers are improved against the run, you're still starting him every week.
He's thrown for 300 yards in each of his starts so if you don't get hurt too badly by turnovers, he's a solid start in a potential shootout.
The Jet secondary is terrible and while Tannehill will take some sacks he's settled into being a very good fantasy starter.
Mettenberger is making rookie mistakes and taking sacks, and Titans are giving up 10 FPG to D/ST over the last five weeks.
Tough to sit a guy who caught 11 of his 15 targets and the Packers give up a healthy 43.5 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Big game last week catching 9 of his 11 targets and he'll clearly get the better matchup than Watkins in this game.
YPC average is poor this year, but 19 touches last week was pretty good and the Bucs do give up nearly 6 catches per game to RBs.
KC has beena tough matchup in general this year and it's at Arrowhead but he's Peyton and he threw 2 TDs against them earlier this year.
This should be a tight, low-scoring affair between division rivals, and Kaepernick has regressed this season.
Not going off, but an encouraging 6 of his 8 targets last week and Dallas gives up 37 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.