He's averaged 19 points in PPR against them his last 5 games, so you have to keep starting him.
RBs averaging 5.0 YPC against the Chiefs the last 5 weeks, so keep starting him.
Raiders giving up 8.4 FP/G last five weeks which is more than usual and Buffalo has been lights out most of the year.
Nice game vs. them a few weeks ago and 23 FP/G last five meetings and Bears give up 23 FP/G last five weeks.
A whopping 31 touches last week and the Bengals have been dreadful against RBs the second half of the season.
Another strong game last week catching 7 of his 10 targets, but listed as questionable with a concussion so check status.
Beatable matchup for sure as Dallas giving up 24.3 FP/G last five weeks so you have to keep using him.
NYJ giving up 11.3 FP/G last five weeks so they're a fine start in such an overall favorable matchup.
It's all about him these days as he had a huge game last week with 15 targets and you're not benching him under any circumstances.
The matchup couldn't be any better as the Redskins secondary is bad and gives up 44.1 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Bucs are improved on defense and he's dealing with an eye issue, but top DT McCoy is out for the year and that's huge.
TB giving up 8.2 FP/G last five weeks and it could be more this week as the Packers should roll.
He's averaged nearly 20 points a game against him his last 5 games and the Bears give up a healthy 40.2 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
He is 6/6 on FGs the last 2 weeks, so keep starting him as he could be active in this one.
Bush is worthless and Riddick is in the doghouse, so he is looking good as the Bears give up TDs and receptions to RBs and 28.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Does still have 5 FGs in his last two games and this is a solid situation.
Put up numbers against them in his last 2 games and the Bears give up a healthy 40.2 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Great matchup vs. RGIII and Redskins giving up 13 FP/G last five weeks, which is 88% above league avg.
Texans giving up 4.4 FP/G last five weeks but it's Case Keenum or Thad Lewis so you're starting them.
NYJ have given him some problems and give up only 18.1 FP/G last five weeks but he's certainly reliable and on a roll now.
Rolling right now and averaging nearly 10 FP per game over his last five so obviously a solid start against decent but not great defense.
Jets have been a great matchup all year for TEs, so you're starting him as usual.
All the numbers indicate he'll do well and he's averaged 24 FP/G last five meetings, plus NO giving up 25.7 FP/G last five weeks.
He wasn't happy about his work load last week, so keep using him with a beatable matchup this week.
Cards giving up just 4 FP/G last 5 weeks but throw that out the window as it's Ryan Lindley vs. best D in the league right now.
Not a terrible option in the dome as points will be scored in this one.
Perfect matchup at home as Falcons have no pass rush and are down a starting CB and give up 22.3 FP/G last five weeks.
He's been a stud basically all year and this is certainly a solid matchup.
Continues to be a consistent producer and looks like a lock for double digit points in PPR if you need him.
Caught 5 of his 6 targets last week with a TD and nothing scary about the matchup overall.
Saints aren't giving up a lot of catches lately, but this could be a shootout and Julio up in the air.
He's been over 20 points last two weeks and ideal matchup here as Pitt giving up whopping 28.2 FP/G last five weeks.
Bears giving up only 6.6 FP/G last five weeks somehow but Cutler has been benched and you have to love them against Clausen and the imploding Lions.
TB is actually giving up only 19 FP/G last five weeks, but he'll be looking to bounce back and if history says anything about it, he will.
Huge game last week on 14 targets and looking good here for sure as the Saints only have 1 top corner.
Has been unusually unproductive as they are scoring a lot of TDs, but there should be a lot of scoring in this one.
Has been consistent the last month and the Falcons give up a healthy 43.9 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Buc secondary is improved, but hard to sit a productive receiver who had 13 targets last week, so keep using him.
Only 4 targets last week, but he did score and Dallas gives up a generous 15.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Very poor game last week on 17 touches and this matchup doesn't look great as the Texans giving up only 3.7 YPC the last 5 weeks.
Allen did score last week, but Dallas can be vulnerable to big plays and they give up a healthy 15.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Not a large margin for error, but at least the game is home and the matchup isn't scary overall and they stuck with him after he fumbled last week.
His status is likely coming down to a game time decision, and he will decide if he plays or not, but he did practice this week so a good sign.
He is 5/5 of FGs the last 2 weeks and this is a favorable matchup and situation assuming the weather is OK.
We will see about Haden, but regardless, Benjamin got another 13 targets last week and delivered, so hard to sit at this point.
He'll see a lot of top corners Talib and Harris and the passing game is compressed lately, but he is AJ Green.
Disappointing last week and overall lately, but this is a very good matchup as the Falcons give up 26.8 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Still involved with 7 targets last week and a healthy 5/67 and a good matchup here as the Falcons give up 43.9 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
He is 5/5 on FGs the last 2 weeks and this is a favorable situation.
He's had 10+ targets the last 2 weeks and the Packers do give up 40 FP/G the last 5 weeks.