Continues to be a consistent producer and looks like a lock for double digit points in PPR if you need him.
Huge game last week on 14 targets and looking good here for sure as the Saints only have 1 top corner.
Jackson has been stealing the spotlight the last 2 weeks, but Evans did score last week and remains a must start.
Poor game last week, but we would not bet against that happening again even with a solid Buc secondary even on the other side.
Has been consistent the last month and the Falcons give up a healthy 43.9 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Tougher matchup against a solid secondary and they are running the ball a ton, but all you can do is keep starting him.
Buc secondary is improved, but hard to sit a productive receiver who had 13 targets last week, so keep using him.
He does have 6 FGs the last 2 weeks and this should be a close game with a chance for him to come through.
He'll see a lot of top corners Talib and Harris and the passing game is compressed lately, but he is AJ Green.
Hasn't been productive lately, but there should be a lot of points scored in this one.
His status could come down to the wire again this week, but worth using if he can get a little practice time in at some point.
NYG giving up 9.8 FP/G last five weeks as Eli will still throw to the other team so have a legit chance at home.
Did play 30 snaps last week with 13 touches and the Cowboys have been giving up plenty of production to RBs and 29.6 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Ravens are still nasty against the run giving up only 3.5 YPC and he has a QB issue this week, but we know he will get the ball.
Has been better the second half of the season and at least points will be scored in the dome in this one.
Vikings giving up 4.5 YPC and a healthy 21.5 FP/G the last 5 weeks, so a solid start.
Caught a promising 7 of 9 targets last week and the Colts give up 13.8 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Not a great matchup against a solid and deep secondary, but his body of work this season has been outstanding.
Nice game Week 15 and should have to throw more than usual, but Indy giving up only 15.9 FP/G last five weeks so they have been OK on back end.
Really nice game last week catching 6 of his 7 targets and score and the Niners have given up numbers all year to the TE including 11.3 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Still has only 2 misses on the year but the offense is struggling right now so more of a middling option.
In the mix with 8 targets and 6 catches last week and the Jets are vulnerable on the back end.
Not a great matchup overall, but the Chiefs do give up 14 catches per game to WRs, so he should be fine.
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.
Good matchup against Clipboard Jesus and Titans giving up a healthy 11.8 FP/G last five weeks.
Another 11 targets and 8 catches last week and there's nothing scary about this matchup.
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.
Saints aren't giving up a lot of catches lately, but he'll get a good matchup if Julio goes and this should be a shootout, but dealing with a knee problem.
He's Manning, but not 100% and they're likely to keep running it plenty plus Cincy giving up only 14.2 FP/G last five weeks.
Browns giving up 7.8 FP/G last five weeks and Manziel-led offense was horrendous last week so have a chance.
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.
Tougher matchup still as the Redskins give up only 3.3 YPC, but he has averaged 19.5 points against them in PPR in his last 5.
He can help them as a perimeter player and receiver if Murray is ruled out, he will have some value.
Hard to trust after West started last week and Carolina giving up only 18.7 FP/G the last 5 weeks, but he could always come through.
Led their TEs with 4 targets last week and the Bucs give up a promising 12.9 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Poor history against the Texans and Houston giving up just 18.6 FP/G last five weeks but Flacco is playing consistently well now.
Obviously he is not a lock with Manziel and the beatable Panther secondary has been good against WRs lately.
Did produce against them earlier this year and the Eagles have given up plenty of big plays, but he is a volatile fantasy asset given the struggles at QB and his injury woes.
Only 5 touches last week, but could always get double digit touches and DT McCoy is out which is big.
Bears could be imploding and Lions give up only 2.8 YPC the last 5 weeks, but they do give up catches to RBs and Clausen could check down.
Big game last week with 11 targets, but you would have to think they will stick Revis on him and he can shut him down.
In and out of the mix all year and has been banged up, but did catch 6 of 7 targets last week if you need him.
Big game in the passing game last week and a solid matchup if you need him as the Falcons give up 26.8 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Medium matchup by the numbers as Miami giving up 19.4 FP/G last five weeks, but he's playing a lot better now that he's not relying on Patterson.
Should step into a larger role with Allen likely out, but a tougher matchup as the Niners are stingy on the back end.
Tougher matchup as the Eagles give up only 3.6 YPC, but at least having RGIII actually helps him and he's expected to get a ton of touches.
Continues to see snaps with 33 last week and he remains a factor at least in the passing attack.
The only thing as bad as the Redskins secondary right now is Cooper's own production, so forget it.
Another 7 targets last week and 5/72 as he continues to make plays and put up serviceable numbers.