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.
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.
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.
On fire right now and the Jets give up 24 FP/G to QBs which is well below average defensively.
Average matchup by the numbers, but the Bills give up 278/1.5 and they are very difficult to run on.
Not a great matchup as the Cardinal corners are very solid, but they rely on blitzing to generate a pass rush and can be had especially by the TE position.
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.
Put up only 212/0 against them last year, but he did complete 74% of his passes, so should do something of note.
Another solid game last week for fantasy with 24 points and KC is giving up 235/2 passing to QBs.
Falcons lack a pass rush and are very vulnerable on the back end, so he is looking strong this week at home.
Another huge game last week, so you're obviously starting him, but the Ravens are giving up fewer than 1 TD per game so far.
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.
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.
A slightly below average matchup by the numbers, but he has been getting better and better every week, so the main question is, will he have to throw it a lot?
Titans are still a below average matchup by the numbers, but their secondary is struggling right now, so should do something decent.
Not looking good for Palmer early in week, but QB will have to throw it a lot and Broncos are giving up just under 300 yards passing per game.
Has been throwing it more these days by necessity, and the matchup is still solid as the Cowboys give up 275/2 passing per game.
The Panthers are giving up 250/2 per game to QBs, so he should be fine as they run the ball effectively to take pressure off him.
Lions secondary continues to play very well as they are giving up on only 15 FP/G, but he should do something of note as they are tough to run on.
It's a better than average matchup as the Bears give up 24 FP/G, but unless he is running, his upside is very limited.
Completed 78% of his passes last week and the Steelers can be had, so look for another 20 fantasy points.
He's been good, but we are always wary of a shakier QB on the road against a good defense.
Threw 2 TD passes against them last year and the Saints are still giving up 280/1.8 passing per game to QBs.
Rams have committed to him as their starter Week 5 and the Eagles are giving up a healthy 270/2.5 passing per game.
Check status all week and he's definitely hard to trust, but the Brown defense has been a bit of a disaster against the run and the pass this year.
It has to get better at some point, but maybe not this week as he completed only 47% of his passes against them last year.
Will enter the game with only limited reps in practice which is a concern on the road, and a GTD officially, but he was brilliant last week.
Average matchup at best by the numbers and things are getting a little out of hand due to his lack of weapons mostly.
Seattle is actually given up 258/2 passing to QBs per game and they are on the road, but it is still a scary matchup.