Tyrod Taylor passed for 246 yards and a touchdown when the Bills played the New England Patriots earlier this season, and the Pats are allowing 259 passing yards per game overall in 2016.
Spencer Ware continues to be the Chiefs' leading backfield option despite the return of Jamaal Charles, and faces a Colts defense Sunday that's giving up 118.6 rushing yards a game, 25th in the league.
Allen Robinson remains the Jacksonville Jaguars' No. 1 wideout in title only as he's fallen behind Marqise Lee in receptions entering Week 8, a Thursday night game against the Tennessee Titans' 19th-ranked receiving defense.
Michael Thomas is the only receiver on the Saints to record at least four receptions and 40 yards in every game this season, and he'll try to keep his streak alive against a Seahawks' defense that allows the fifth fewest fantasy points to wide receivers.
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.
Ryan Succop is tied for 35th in scoring entering Week 8 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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.
Julian Edelman caught a season-high nine passes last weekend, but has yet to find the end zone or crack the 80-yard mark this season, and will face a Buffalo defense on Sunday that's allowing 235.7 yards per game through the air, which is 11th in the NFL.
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.
Michael Floyd isn't likely to top 65 yards for the first time with John Brown due back for Sunday's matchup with the 26th-ranked Panthers pass defense.
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.
Gary Barnidge will take on a Jets’ defense in Week 8 that’s given up at least 59 receiving yards to three opposing tight ends the season.
Cole Beasley will be looking to top 50 receiving yards for the seventh straight game while all eyes will be on Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant against the Eagles on Sunday.
Jeremy Hill will face a Washington defense in Week 8 that’s allowed six different running backs to score rushing touchdowns against them in 2016.
Drew Brees will probably pile on the yards as he’s second in the NFL with 2,101 and he'll face a Seahawks' defense on Sunday that's allowed back-to-back 300-yard passers, but just four passing touchdowns all season.
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.
Lamar Miller banged up his shoulder in Week 7 and is questionable entering the Houston Texans' home game in Week 8 against the Detroit Lions.
Jeremy Maclin's workload has decreased over the last two weeks along with the rest of the Chiefs' passing game, but he gets a favorable matchup Sunday against a Colts defense allowing over 281 passing yards a game, 25th in the league.
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.
Jordan Matthews will be looking to bounce back from last week's 10-yard outing Sunday in Dallas.
Travis Kelce has only seen three targets in each of the last two games, but gets a great matchup Sunday against a Colts defense that was torched by Delanie Walker in Week 7.
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.
Vernon Davis will start at tight end Sunday against the Bengals if Jordan Reed (concussion) isn't cleared to play.
Julius Thomas is dealing with a shoulder injury early in the week, which is significant in Week 8 when the Jacksonville Jaguars on the road Thursday night against the Tennessee Titans.
Devonta Freeman will hope the Packers’ defense gives way this Sunday like they did against Ezekiel Elliot (157 yards rushing), as opposed to the 166 yards they’ve given up to the other five other lead rushers have combined for this season.
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.
Rishard Matthews is the Tennessee Titans' most reliable target week-to-week as they prepare for a Week 8 home game Thursday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Quincy Enunwa scored a 69-yard touchdown last weekend and clashes with a Cleveland Browns defense on Sunday that's surrendered 18 passing touchdowns in 2016, which is tied for last in the NFL.
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.
James White has three receiving touchdowns over the past two games, but faces a Buffalo defense on Sunday that's yielded just four throwing scores in 2016, which is tied for first in the league.
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.
Frank Gore remains healthy as the Indianapolis Colts deal with injuries to other skill players entering Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs, who rank 22nd in rushing defense and 19th in passing yards per game allowed to running backs.
Marvin Jones has scored, or recorded at least 74 yards, in every game this season, giving him a solid floor entering a matchup with a second-ranked Texans pass defense that allows only 185 yards per game.
David Johnson has 82 carries for 381 yards over the past three weeks, and even Carolina's seventh-ranked run defense is unlikely to slow him down.
Darren Sproles will serve in his usual role as a change-of-pace receiving back Sunday in Dallas.
Kelvin Benjamin has just one touchdown since Week 2 and faces the Cardinals top-10 secondary this weekend that showed the size and strength to hold Mike Evans, Brandon Marshall and Doug Baldwin to 70 yards or fewer each.
Jacquizz Rodgers may not reach 100-yards for his third-consecutive game, whether or not Doug Martin returns, but will face a plus-matchup on Sunday against the Raiders, who’ve allowed three 100-yard rushers this season.
Kyle Rudolph is averaging eight targets weekly but faces a Bears defense Monday night that has held all opposition tight ends to 50 yards or less.
Stephen Gostkowski has missed extra-points in back-to-back games, and will face a Buffalo Bills squad on Sunday that's allowing just 18.7 points per contest, which is eighth in the NFL.
Jason Myers is tied for 18th in placekicker scoring entering Week 8's game against the Tennessee Titans, who rank 17th in scoring defense.
Delanie Walker is dealing with a chest injury on a short week as the Tennessee Titans prepare for a Thursday night matchup in Week 8 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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.
Allen Hurns is dealing with a shoulder injury entering a short prep week for the Jacksonville Jaguars' Week 8 game Thursday night against the Tennessee Titans, who rank 19th in receiving defense.
Giovani Bernard will have a Week 8 tilt against Washington after touching the ball at least 15 times in each of his last three contests.
Ty Montgomery has 32 touches in his last two games, and though he could see fewer snaps at running back with Knile Davis getting acclimated to the playbook, his continued presence in the backfield against the Falcons' 27th-ranked defense offers plenty of appeal along with wide receiver eligibility.
The Cardinals have yet to allow a touchdown to an opposing tight end, but have allowed 50-plus yards in two of their past three games, which still keeps Greg Olsen’s value high on Sunday, as he has at least five receptions and 64 yards in every game this season.