Another strong game last week catching 7 of his 10 targets, but listed with a concussion so check status.
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.
The matchup couldn't be any better as the Redskins secondary is bad and gives up 44.1 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
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.
Check status this week, but if he goes, he is a must start and the matchup is beatable.
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.
Tougher matchup against a solid secondary and they are running the ball a ton, but all you can do is keep starting him.
In the mix with 8 targets and 6 catches last week and the Jets are vulnerable on the back end.
Never easy to trust, but he did have 7 targets last week and the Steelers give up a whopping 47 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.
Huge game last week on 14 targets and looking good here for sure as the Saints only have 1 top corner.
Poor game last week, but we would not bet against that happening again even with a solid Buc secondary even on the other side.
He'll see a lot of top corners Talib and Harris and the passing game is compressed lately, but he is AJ Green.
He's definitely been getting targeted and 11 more last week and a good matchup as the Titans give up 39.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
We will see about Haden, but regardless, Benjamin got another 13 targets last week and delivered, so hard to sit at this point.
Only 1 target last week, but he did catch 8 balls with 2 TDs against them earlier this year and they stink on the back end giving up 44.1 FP/G to WRs the last 5 weeks.
Jackson has been stealing the spotlight the last 2 weeks, but Evans did score last week and remains a must start.
Buc secondary is improved, but hard to sit a productive receiver who had 13 targets last week, so keep using him.
Has been consistent the last month and the Falcons give up a healthy 43.9 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
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.
Another 11 targets and 8 catches last week and there's nothing scary about this matchup.
Not a great matchup overall, but the Chiefs do give up 14 catches per game to WRs, so he should be fine.
He'll see a lot of top corner Davis, so it could be a tough matchup, but you are not sitting him in Week 16.
Continues to be a consistent producer and looks like a lock for double digit points in PPR if you need him.
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's had 10+ targets the last 2 weeks and the Packers do give up 40 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
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.
Did come through last week with 6/102 on 10 targets, so has a chance even with Whitehurst at QB.
Shorts and Hurns are getting plenty of targets and Lee got 9 last week and this is a good matchup.
Texans are giving up a healthy 39.2 FP/G the last 5 weeks, including 14 catches to receivers.
Ravens are vulnerable to big plays and give up 47.5 FP/G the last 5 weeks, but he will only be as good as new QB Keenum or Lewis which is scary.
Hit or miss, but he caught 5 of his 9 targets last week for 65 and the matchup is decent enough if you need him.
Charger secondary is pretty solid, but at least it is not a shut down group and he's been their best receiver all season.
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.
Did have 7 targets last week, but we would use him only if we needed him as RGIII has shown very few signs of life.
Could have had a long TD last week, but otherwise only 3 targets, yet Hilton may not be 100% and Wayne has not been a factor, so has a chance.
The struggling QB is killing him and this isn't a fantastic matchup, but he is not a lost cause if you need him at home.
Huge game last week against a great secondary, so you can use him with confidence with a beatable matchup here.
Shorts and Lee are getting plenty of targets, but so is Hurns who had 9 last week and this is a good matchup.
Obviously he is not a lock with Manziel and the beatable Panther secondary has been good against WRs lately.
Steelers give up an amazing 47 FP/G the last 5 weeks, but he had only 2 targets and 1 catch last week.
Lions are definitely giving up production lately and WRs getting 40.8 points against them, but the switch to Clausen is obviously a huge concern.
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.
Big game last week with 5/85/1 on 6 targets and the matchup is pretty good, but he does remain tough to trust.
The only thing as bad as the Redskins secondary right now is Cooper's own production, so forget it.
Tough matchup overall against a good D and solid corners and he's actually put up only 2.9 points a game against them in PPR his last 5 games.
Has proven to be a volatile fantasy asset, but he has upside any given week and he had 5 targets last week.
Did have a solid game last week catching 5 of his 7 targets for 74 and this matchup at home is decent enough.
Only a medium matchup at best, but he did catch all 5 of his targets last week for 66.
A very unreliable fantasy asset and he put up only 1/6 last week, but he could always score or make a big play.