Brandon McManus connected on multiple field goals for the fourth straight game in Week 7, and gets an outstanding matchup at home Sunday against a Chargers defense allowing 26.4 points per game, 24th in the league.
Nick Novak's three field goals were all the Houston Texans could muster in Week 7 and he ranks sixth among kickers in scoring entering Week 8 against the Detroit Lions.
Jack Doyle, who caught nine passes and a touchdown last week, is the leading tight end target with Dwayen Allen (ankle) banged up heading into Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Sebastian Janikowski kicked four field goals for the second time in three games last week, and now faces a Buccaneers defense allowing 26.5 points per game, 25th in the league.
Jamison Crowder could once again see an uptick in targets Sunday in London against the Bengals if tight end Jordan Reed (concussion) isn't ready to return.
Cordarrelle Patterson has scored in consecutive games while seeing six targets in three straight entering a Monday night contest against a Bears defense that just allowed three different Packers to catch 10 or more passes.
Dan Bailey will be facing the division-rival Eagles on Sunday coming off a Week 7 bye that may have allowed his back to heal up somewhat.
Trevor Siemian took a back seat to the Broncos' running game in Week 7, but gets a more favorable matchup Sunday against a Chargers defense allowing over 276 passing yards a game, 24th in the league.
Cameron Brate has tapered off since his mini-hot streak, but faces a Raiders defense on Sunday that’s given up four touchdowns to opposing tight ends this season.
After not playing much of a role in the first five weeks, Shepard broke out in a big way against the 49ers (five receptions, 77 yards and a touchdown) and could find room to roam on Sunday against the Raiders’ bottom-five secondary.
Josh Lambo kicked four field goals for the second straight game last week, but even playing at altitude Sunday he'll be facing a Broncos defense allowing 16.7 points per game, sixth in the league.
C.J. Fiedorowicz has managed to sustain a good catch rate despite the erratic performance of quarterback Brock Osweiler as the Houston Texans prepare for a Week 8 home game against the Detroit Lions, who rank 13th in yards per game and 30th in touchdowns allowed to tight ends.
John Brown missed last week's game due to a sickle-cell trait in his leg, but early indications suggest he'll be active Sunday in Carolina.
Pierre Garcon was outplayed by Jamison Crowder and DeSean Jackson last week, but any of the three could emerge as the leading Redskins receiver Sunday against the Bengals.
Jacob Tamme will hope to take advantage of the Packers’ weakness against tight ends this weekend, as they allowed 40 of their 120 passing yards last week to go to the Bears’ tight end, Zach Miller.
Matt Asiata has seen his work in the passing game increase, and could be in for a bigger role if Jerick McKinnon's ankle injury lingers into a Monday night matchup with a Bears defense that ranks 17th against the run.
Mason Crosby has scored 39 points over the last four games, and now faces a Falcons defense that is allowing 28.4 points per game.
Chris Thompson managed 113 yards on 19 touches last week, and should once again be involved out of the Redskins backfield Sunday against the Bengals.
Jermaine Kearse will be looking to parlay his role as the third option in Seattle's passing game into his first touchdown of the season Sunday against New Orleans' 30th-ranked secondary.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is back under center for the New York Jets and has a juicy matchup against a Cleveland Browns defense on Sunday that's surrendered 18 passing touchdowns in 2016, which is tied for last in the NFL.
Marquise Goodwin becomes the de facto No. 1 wideout in the absence of Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods, and is a home run threat on Sunday against a New England defense that's allowed nine passing touchdowns, which is tied for 11th in the NFL.
Alex Smith attempted fewer than 25 passes for the second straight game in Week 7 as the Chiefs re-commit to the running game, but he does have a favorable matchup Sunday against a Colts defense allowing over 281 passing yards a game, 25th in the league.
Mohamed Sanu caught just two passes for 16 yards last week, but will face the Packers this weekend, a defense that is ranked last against opposing wide receivers.
Carson Wentz has cooled off over the past two weeks, but will be asked to throw plenty Sunday against the 21st-ranked Cowboys pass defense.
Caleb Sturgis will face the Cowboys on Sunday after connecting on a pair of field goal tries last week.
Chester Rogers had a disappointing Week 7 but could be the second wideout if Phillip Dorsett (hamstring) remains out of action heading into Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs, who rank 31st in yards allowed per game to wide receivers.
Alfred Blue had his most playing time of the season in Week 7 due to a Lamar Miller shoulder injury and could emerge as the lead back for the Houston Texans in Week 8 against the Detroit Lions, pending Miller's status.
Josh Huff scored on a kick return last week, but repeating that feat won't be easy Sunday in Dallas.
Roberto Aguayo missed another field goal against the 49ers and will be on even-thinner ice on Sunday against the Raiders, another team who once used a top-two round pick on a kicker—only their pick (Sebastian Janikowski) panned out.
Wil Lutz didn’t attempt a field goal last week, but playing indoors in the Superdome for the Saints’ offense always makes him an intriguing play, even if he has to face Bobby Wagner and the block-hungry Seahawks defense on Sunday.
Brandon LaFell will be up against Washington on Sunday after posting four touchdowns over the last three games, and he’ll face a defense that’s allowed five touchdowns to opposing wide receivers this year.
Robby Anderson racked up 71 yards from scrimmage last weekend and could be emerging as the No. 3 wideout for the New York Jets; he'll have a tasty matchup on Sunday against a Cleveland defense that is 29th in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game.
Erik Swoope, who has played 74 snaps the last two weeks with Dwayne Allen (ankle) out, is the second tight end entering Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Cody Parkey will be up against the Jets in Week 8 to face a defense that has held opposing kickers to one or fewer field goals in four of their last five contests.
Charles Clay had five targets last weekend and has the chance to shine in the absence of Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods on Sunday against a New England defense that's 20th in the NFL in terms of passing yards allowed per game.
Brock Osweiler hasn't been good all season, but could be a fantasy fill-in for other quarterbacks on a bye in Week 8 when the Houston Texans are home against the Detroit Lions, who rank 23rd in passing defense.
Corey Brown is locked in battle to be the Panthers’ second receiver with Ted Ginn, but it may not matter this Sunday as the Cardinals secondary is in the top-10 in terms of fantasy points to opposing receivers.
Richard Rodgers has one or two catches in every game to date while not topping 25 yards in any contest, but now faces a Falcons defense that has allowed five tight ends to score in seven games.
Jerick McKinnon labored through an ankle injury last week, and running behind a poor offensive line he could give carries away to the more powerful Matt Asiata in Week 8 against a mediocre Bears rush defense that allows 107.0 yards per game on the ground.
Sam Bradford rarely has time to attack downfield with the Vikings offensive line wilting to pressure heading into a matchup with a 16th-ranked Bears defense that is allowing 243.0 yards per game through the air.
Ted Ginn had his third 50-plus yard game ahead of the Panthers’ bye, but as the team’s big-play threat, has just two receptions for 30-plus yards this season and could find little time to get downfield on Sunday against the Cardinals pass-rush and top-10 secondary.
Duke Johnson will take on the Jets this Sunday, as he’ll look to gain yardage as a receiver against the unit that’s allowed at least 27 receiving yards to four different running backs this season.
Jaelen Strong is the Houston Texans' third wideout entering a Week 8 matchup with the Detroit Lions, who rank 23rd in receiving defense.
Wendell Smallwood continues to mix in on a handful of plays per game, but his role Sunday in Dallas will be small.
Chris Conley has seen just six targets over the last two weeks, but does have a favorable matchup Sunday against a Colts defense allowing over 281 passing yards a game, 25th in the league.
Martellus Bennett caught just one pass last weekend, and it's clear his stock has taken a hit since the returns of both Rob Gronkowski and Tom Brady, though he'll look to get back on track this Sunday against the Bills.
While the Raiders may look like a great matchup for Jameis Winston, they’ve held opposing quarterbacks over the past two weeks to a combined one touchdown and two interceptions, but he'll look to reverse that trend on Sunday.
Chandler Catanzaro's confidence has to be shaken after missing a game-winning 24-yard field goal attempt in overtime last week, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him struggle Sunday in Carolina.
Justin Forsett faces an uncertain role with the potential return of Dwayne Washington and Theo Riddick in Week 8 against a weak Texans rush defense that allows 135.4 yards per game.
Travis Benjamin caught four passes last week as he played through a knee injury, but now faces a Broncos defense that's allowing a league-low 175 passing yards a game.