Giants have been strong against the run in the second half of the season but they are starting to slip a little bit and he's a must start in what should be a game they're in control of.
Certainly not a great matchup as the Raven secondary has been solid, yet the Lions usually play well at home and you're not sitting him.
Check status this week but he remains very active with 12 targets and 8 catches last week and the Jets have been shaky against the TE all year.
Just when you think he's all about the XPTs, he has a bigger game last week and certainly looking solid here at home.
Was contained on the ground actually early this year but did score 2 TDs plus 5/50 in the passing game.
Had a TD last week and must start at home as the Vikings give up the 5th most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
Since Haden rarely plays the slot, he may not see the shutdown CB who actually has been giving up plays lately, so start him.
He's fallen back a little bit but still a solid 6 FGs in his last 3 so a rock solid starter still.
Caught 12 of his 12 targets last week for big numbers so while the Titans give up the 4th fewest FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks you have to keep using him.
Put up 9/229/3 earlier this year against them and had 21 targets last week so let's get him in our lineups.
Continues to sling it well and there won't be any snow in Minnesota on Sunday, so start him, as they give up the 2nd most FPPG to QBs the last 5 weeks.
The matchup isn't very good as the Bucs have stopped TEs pretty much all year, thanks to their speed on defense and veteran secondary, but you're not sitting a guy with 11 TDs.
Could see more of top CB Haden which is a concern, but it's hard to say he'll see him exclusively and Jeffery is nearly impossible to sit.
Obviously last week was incredible and with no weather concerns and a beatable matchup on the table, he's a must start.
Got killed by the weather last week but he's in a dome this week and he's 9/9 in his last 3 games on FGs.
An amazing 17 targets last week and 12/153 and will clearly get the ball a lot with a beatable matchup.
Rams are starting to slip up to the TE lately, giving up the 12th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks, not that you'd do anything but start him.
Ike Taylor has contained him in the past and limited him to 6/41 earlier this year but Taylor has fallen off and given up some big plays lately.
Poor effort for fantasy last week but he did still run and the Jet run defense usually forces teams to pass more, and they give up the 8th most FPPG to QBs the last 5 weeks.
Put up only 6/57 against them earlier this year but the Bengals have since lost 2 CBs and he's on a major roll.
Quiet against them earlier this year but it's a whole new ballgame these days especially with Welker likely out, and the Chargers give up the 6th most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
Clearly getting the ball these days, with another 20 touches last week, and the Packers are giving up the 4th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks so he's basically a must-start.
Put up 96/1 against them earlier this year and while the matchup isn't brilliant, he's been practicing and the Chargers have also been giving up TDs to TEs lately.
Teams know he's going to get the ball a lot and they simply can't stop him so let's get him into our lineups this week.
Great sign last week that he caught all 9 of his targets from Campbell and obviously had a huge game and nothing ultra scary about this matchup.
Put up 7/108/3 against them earlier this year so you should probably start him.
Continues to disappear when they need him most, but you have to start him as he can score with ease and the matchup is solid as the Packers give up the 4th most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
Matt McGloin has been pretty darn good but no way you're sitting them this week with a good matchup and after last week's bonanza, and they got 10 sacks against them earlier this year.
Huge game last week yet again and while the Browns are solid against the run, they do give up 6.8 catches per game to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Obviously their body of work defensively has been very good and the Jets do give up the 3rd most FPPG to D/STs the last 5 weeks so a must start.
Has been a great producer lately and on fire as he's 9/9 in his last 3, and this looks like another good spot for him.
Ram pass rush always a concern in the dome and he does have shaky protection but he can beat the rush with his arm and the Rams are very vulnerable on the back end.
Put up 330/4 against them earlier this year and a huge game last week so you should probably start him.
The Giants are a disaster still for the most part and still give up the 7th most FPPG to D/STs the last 5 weeks so still use them.
Had 5 sacks last week and we really like them on the road against a very shaky Clemens who should be playing from behind.
Huge game last week with 4 sacks and 2 INTs and while the matchup by the numbers isn't great, Fitz is certainly shaky and Chris Johnson has been fumbling.
Not a great matchup by the numbers but Glennon has deteriorated a bit mainly due to a lack of weapons.
Threw for only 251/1 against them earlier this year but starting to really feel it now in the passing attack, and the Bengals lost another CB in the veteran Newman which helps.
Huge game last week and essentially a must start in the dome, as the Rams give up the 8th most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
Had a poor game against them earlier this year but they rarely possessed the ball and he still did complete 65% of his passes and they should have to throw it a lot.
His December swoon continues but at least he's getting TD passes and this is a very beatable matchup at home, as GB gives up 268/2 per game to QBs the last 5 weeks.
Likely gets the better matchup with Talib on Wallace more often than not and he's been pretty darn productive lately.
He does have 9 FGs in his last 3 as he's been quite solid and he won't have a weather issue this week in the dome.
Nothing special against them earlier this year putting up 4/62 but Denver is giving up the 10th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks.
Challenging matchup but the Raider pass rush has been MIA and they typically play much better at home.
Has looked fantastic the last 2 weeks and he popped off 2 plays for TDs against them earlier this year.
The Giants haven't been that bad against the pass despite their secondary injuries but they're hardly a shut down defense and his body of work this year has been solid.
One of the most efficient kickers in league history and weather doesn't affect him much so a viable option if you need him.
Came through with a big play last week which is what you're hoping for here, as the Niners secondary is certainty very solid.
Hasn't been a stud in the last couple weeks but his body of work has been good all year so unless there are weather problems we'd use him.
Just missed a bomb TD last week and he did also score so while the Bills have been stingier against the pass, pretty tough to sit at home.