Should see a lot of top CB Joseph yet that's not a scary matchup and you probably have to roll with this stud even though there's only one ball here.
Cowboys continue to be dreadful against the run especially with Lee out, so he must be started as they give up the 3rd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks and he's home.
The Skins really put the clamps down on him a few weeks ago as he put up 5/36 but you have to start him in what could be a shootout.
Hard to sit a man who had 16 targets and had 10/195/1 last week but we can't ignore the presence of CB Jennings who is pretty solid.
We loved him last week and he did go 3/3 on FGs and points will be scored in this one.
Put up 8/40 on 12 targets against them couple weeks ago and NO is now giving up the 4th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks.
Houston gave up -4 yards to the TE last week, but a TD to the position in four of its last five going into last week.
A little quiet against them earlier this year but he did score and the Skins are giving up the 10th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks so you think they'll give him as many touches as possible.
Came up small last week but likely gets the better matchup than Thomas and hard to pass on this offense's firepower.
While it is the veteran Schaub returning, this is still a terrible team and he was the king of the pick-6s, and he should be throwing it late in the game.
They tend to come up small when we expect good things but it's hard not to like this good matchup at home against a horrendous Giant offense so consider them an upside play this week.
Pretty tough call coming off a so game but he did complete 65% of his passes against them a few weeks ago and the Saint defense isn't nearly as good on the road.
Big time fantasy totals the last 2 weeks and obviously the matchup is good as the Jets give up the 4th most FPPG to D/STs the last 5 weeks.
A whopping 18 targets last week and Minnesota gives up the 2nd most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
Put up 6/58/2 against them a couple weeks ago and he's in your lineup every week.
Actually quiet against them earlier this year with only 3/27 but the matchup is beatable as the Skins give up the 9th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks.
Massive production last week as he was 5/5 and certainly worth using in a game where points will be scored.
Proved last week that he can't be contained for 60 minutes and the Jets have been pretty bad on the back end, Cromartie included.
Only 5 targets last week but he caught all 5 for 72/1 and Philly gives up the 4th most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
He continues to be absolute money as he's 6/6 in his last 3 so keep starting him.
Played a bad game last week but especially with Webster on IR, they don't have a CB that can stop him.
He's fallen off a bit and he does have 2 misses in recent weeks but he's been a stud all year and hard to abandon.
Cutler is clearly leaning on his guy as he got 12 targets last week compared to 5 for Jeffery and Philly is giving up the 4th most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
Cowboys actually give up only the 8th most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks but it's obviously a very good matchup at home.
Came through last week with a great matchup with 8/53/1 and the Jags give up the 6th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks.
There's no way you're sitting him against a defense that is giving up 170/1 rushing to RBs in their last five.
As long as the INTs don't hurt you, very hard to pass up on this great matchup as the Eagles give up the 7th most FPPG to QBs the last 5 weeks.
He's 6/6 in his last 3 games and looking strong with a good matchup at home.
He is 11/11 in his last 3 and he's pretty good. So start him.
Had a decent 91/1 on the ground against them earlier this year and a surprising 6/73 in the passing attack.
The Bears have actually given up the 3rd fewest FPPG to QBs the last 5 weeks but it's hardly a shut down secondary and his body of work has been extremely impressive.
Continues to get it done and as long as there are no playing time issues you're starting him, as the Falcons give up the 3rd most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks.
There's really no comment needed as he posted 60 FP last week and the matchup is great.
Have been pretty huge for fantasy the last 2 weeks, averaging 21 FPG, and while the matchup is terrible by the numbers, they're certainly worth a shot at home against a shakier offense.
The matchup is about medium by the numbers but he is getting the ball and they are moving the ball extremely well.
He's been an absolute stud the last 10 weeks or so and he's 11/11 in his last 3 so he must be started.
Not an easy matchup at all as the Ravens give up the 4th fewest FPPG to QBs the last 5 weeks but he does know the defense well and is throwing it quite a bit, plus it looks like the 2 injured rookie wideouts can return, which helps.
They did get 7 sacks against them earlier this year and things are looking up for them at home, so start them.
Texan defense has been decent against the pass but they're certainly beatable and he won't have any weather issues in this one.
The entire team is ascending and the defense has been fine and have a good matchup at home as the Falcons give up the 7th most FPPG to D/STs the last 5 weeks due in large to their protection issues.
Still not getting a ton of kicks but thanks to his 13 XPTs over the last 3 weeks, he's been very solid, and this is as good of a matchup as it gets with no weather issues.
Tougher matchup on the road but he did throw for 313/4 against them a couple of weeks ago while completing 71% of his passes.
Little quiet last week with only 6 targets but he still put up 5/66/1 and the Packers give up the 3rd most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
He is so hard to predict and the Jags are actually very improved against the run yet the guy continues to get touches and continues to get it done.
Underwhelming game last week but matchup is solid and this one could turn into a bit of a shootout.
Completed 73% of his passes against them earlier this year while throwing for 411/2 so a good play at home.
Another big game last week and he put up 6/115/1 against them earlier this year in what was his breakout performance.
Two poor games in a row is a concern but they do tend to play better at home usually and while the Giants haven't been bad against the pass, it's certainly a beatable matchup.
Not a horrible long shot if desperate as McGloin has been throwing INTs and the Raiders give up the 5th most FPPG to D/STs the last 5 weeks.
Chief CBs can be solid but they do still give up the most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks and he was extremely active last week catching 8 of his 12 targets.
He has now scored 3 weeks in a row and looks like the No. 1 option in the passing game with Shorts out, and the matchup is pretty solid, as Tennessee gives up the 12th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks.