An amazing 17 targets last week and 12/153 and will clearly get the ball a lot with a beatable matchup.
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.
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.
Likely gets the better matchup with Talib on Wallace more often than not and he's been pretty darn productive lately.
One of the most efficient kickers in league history and weather doesn't affect him much so a viable option if you need him.
Working out this week and expected to start and Cardinals are possibly the greatest matchup for a TE we've seen in 10 years.
Continues to play well and just missed a couple of TDs last week and as long as the Ram pass rush doesn't go off, he should be more than fine as their corners can't handle the Bears big receivers.
Played a very healthy 42 snaps last week as he clearly has a very active role, and the Charger run defense has been a lot shakier the last month or so, so use him if you need him.
Still not totally easy to trust, but obviously he has upside and they will look to get him snaps and targets, and the Eagles secondary has been shaky all year.
He does have 7 FGs in his last 3 games and we expect at least 2 at home this week.
Surprising production last week but his body of work this year has been very poor and he's averaged a piddly 14 FP against the Steelers in his career.
Can be only has good as his QB bug he did have 11 targets last week and 5/67 and should be able to do a bit better than that with a better matchup.
He did put up 6/66 on 9 targets against them earlier this year and he did catch all 5 of his targets last week and scored.
Literally posted a goose egg against the Bengals earlier this year but it's in Pittsburgh and they've been a bit better lately.
Had a shaky game against them earlier this year completing only 52% of his passes, but he did get 2 TDs and he's been clearly putting up numbers lately, plus he should have to throw plenty.
An encouraging 9 targets last week but while the Packers secondary has been struggling, he's still a shaky reach.
Looked really good last week and the Pats can be vulnerable to the run but the status of Miller will likely be the decider on Thomas' value this week.
Not a bad option if desperate against a shaky offense that may not have its best player in Peterson.
Has 6 FGs in his last 3 games so while he's a little up and down, not a bad play at home.
Put up 5/78 against them earlier this year and another nice game last week plus the Bengals are down another CB with Newman out.
Decent matchup by the numbers and Floyd being less than 100% could help but he's more of a desperation play at this point than a solid one.
He'll be a slam dunk starter if Lacy is ruled out, as the Cowboys give up the most, but no matter what, there's more potential than usual this week.
He's fallen off a bit after a hot run in November with only 4 FGs in his last 3 games so you could do better.
Had 11 touches last week with almost 100 yards and a TD and he did catch a TD pass against them earlier this year.
We're expected 1-2 FGs but the downside here is if they fall way behind.
He does have 3 misses over the last 3 weeks but also 8 FGs if you want to go with the hot leg.
Bush's status likely won't be clear until late in the week but obviously he is in the mix and probably a must-start if Bush is ruled out in a PPR.
Really nice game last week catching 7 of his 10 targets for 130/1 and by the numbers the Chiefs give up the most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks so viable reach.
Has 6 FGs in his last 3 games and weather should be okay if you need him.
Hard to say he'll see a lot of Revis which is doubtful and TB gives up the 7th most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
They do have some upside at home as the pass rush has been looking a lot better lately and Flacco has been getting sacked and throwing INTs.
MJD not sounding optimistic early this week about his hamstring, so Todman could be a sneaky reach, as the Bills continue to give up numbers to RBs and the 8th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Threw the ball very well last week completing 85% of his passes, so while the Titans can be pretty stingy against the pass, he's still a viable play if you need him.
Only 1 FG in his last 3 games but our numbers indicate some success this week in the dome.
Played very well last week and continues to get the ball to Gordon and now Cameron, and the Bears secondary, despite what the numbers say, is very beatable.
He will start and Redskins may actually be able to run their offense with a good matchup, and Cousin's has exceled when called upon in that offense.
Looked good last week and a very solid flex if you need him as the Titans give up the 3rd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks including 7+ RB receptions per game.
You're not starting a backup TE in a bad offense.
Another huge play last week so he's clearly a viable upside option but this is a tougher matchup overall.
Their TE utilization seems to be matchup specific, which is tough to predict, although the Vikings are giving up the 6th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks.
Had a decent game last week with 3 sacks and 2 INTs and Manuel is a shaky QB, yet they will likely be very conservative and run the football.
Re-emerged last week with a healthy 7 targets and 4/41 but best to avoid on the road against a very good defense.
Not playing well at all and completed only 54% of his passes last week but at least this matchup is much better than usual, as the Jags give up the 4th most FPPG to QBs the last 5 weeks.
Getting a ton of XPTs lately but only 2 FGs in his last 3 games.
Didn't catch a pass last week on 5 targets so no way you can use him.
McGahee sat out practice early in the week so he's definitely on the radar as a reach against this horrendous run defense.
He did score last week but only 3 targets and we would not trust him at all against this very good defense.
He actually looked fairly decent on a couple plays last week and he did score but a major reach against a good run defense.
Played 15 snaps last week but with only 3 carries, yet if you're desperate, this is the type of game where he could do something late, as the Saints should kill them.
Has quietly emerged as a viable option and he did score last week, but it's best to head for the hills against this nasty defense.