LeGarrette Blount has scored in all but one game this season, and he has three 100-yard rushing outputs to his name in 2016, and faces a Buffalo defense on Sunday that's allowing 125 rushing yards per tilt, which is 27th in the NFL.
With 830 yards on the season in just seven games and a matchup against the worst-ranked defense against receivers, Julio Jones looks primed for a massive day on Sunday against the Packers.
T.Y. Hilton is getting targeted nearly 11 times per game by quarterback Andrew Luck as the two have established great chemistry heading into Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs who rank 31st in yards per game allowed to wideouts.
Jimmy Graham should have a successful outing against his former team Sunday since the Saints sport the league's 30th-ranked secondary.
Brandon McManus connected on multiple field goals for the fourth straight game in Week 7, and gets an outstanding matchup at home Sunday against a Chargers defense allowing 26.4 points per game, 24th in the league.
DeMarco Murray might have to share playing time with Derrick Henry more than usual in Week 8, which poses a short turnaround for the Tennessee Titans who play Thursday night, but he should be the team's best weapon against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who rank 18th in rushing defense.
Doug Baldwin will look to snap a three-game touchdown drought Sunday against a Saints team that has allowed 32.5 points per game.
Andrew Luck has thrown six touchdowns and rushed for another while throwing just one interception the last three weeks and is in a rhythm entering Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs, who rank 14th in passing defense.
Adam Vinatieri enters Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs tied for the NFL lead with 72 points after seven games.
Marcus Mariota is in the midst of his best stretch of play entering Week 8's home game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday night.
Aaron Rodgers has thrown at least 42 passes in three straight games, partly due to a lack of healthy running backs, and now faces a Falcons secondary that has allowed 294 yards per game through the air along with 15 touchdown passes, the third-highest total in the league.
Brandon Marshall led the Jets with eight targets last weekend, and will face a suspect Cleveland defense on Sunday that's allowing 286 passing yards per game, which is 29th in the league.
Russell Wilson still isn't running much, but his passing stats alone should be enough to warrant plenty of consideration against the 30th-ranked Saints secondary Sunday.
Nick Novak's three field goals were all the Houston Texans could muster in Week 7 and he ranks sixth among kickers in scoring entering Week 8 against the Detroit Lions.
Jack Doyle, who caught nine passes and a touchdown last week, is the leading tight end target with Dwayen Allen (ankle) banged up heading into Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Christine Michael has topped 50 yards every week, and that trend's unlikely to stop Sunday against the 23rd-ranked Saints run defense.
Matt Ryan will look to bounce-back against the Packers this weekend, who will be exposed more as the team that allowed 385 yards to Matthew Stafford than 120 yards to the Bears’ far-from dynamic duo of quarterbacks.
Demaryius Thomas found the end zone for the fourth time in five games in Week 7, but should be more than just a red-zone option Sunday against a Chargers defense allowing over 276 passing yards a game, 24th in the league.
Steven Hauschka failed to win last week's game with a miss from 28 yards out in overtime, but should bounce back nicely Sunday against a Saints team that's allowing 32.5 points per contest.
Mike Evans has at least 95 yards in three games this season and has hit double-digit targets in five-consecutive games, which makes him a good bet to be the seventh receiver to go for at least 100 yards on Sunday against the Raiders secondary.
Rob Gronkowski has 11 catches for 255 yards and two touchdowns in his last two games, but faces a Buffalo Bills defense on Sunday that's allowed just four passing touchdowns in 2016, which is tied for first in the NFL.
Matt Forte broke out of a season-long slump last weekend and should take advantage of a questionable Cleveland Browns rushing defense on Sunday that's allowing 139.9 yards per game on the ground in 2016.
Nick Folk has hit at least one field goal in every game this season and has a favorable matchup on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, who are allowing 29.6 points per game, which is 30th in the league.
Cairo Santos has collected at least eight points in four of six games so far this season, and gets a great matchup Sunday against a Colts defense allowing 28.6 points per game, 28th in the league.
Emmanuel Sanders pulled down at least 80 yards for the fourth time in five games in Week 7, and gets a good matchup Sunday at home against a Chargers defense allowing over 276 passing yards a game, 24th in the league.
Quarterback Brock Osweiler is having problems getting the ball into DeAndre Hopkins' hands, but Week 8 offers hope as the Houston Texans face the Detroit Lions, who rank 23rd in receiving defense.
Ezekiel Elliott will be fresh off a bye and going for his fifth straight game with over 130 rushing yards on Sunday Night Football against the Eagles.
Randall Cobb has seen at least 11 targets in three straight weeks while scoring in two consecutive games, and now faces a Falcons defense that has allowed the third-most receiving touchdowns in the league.
Carson Palmer has thrown only two touchdowns since Week 2, but should find more success Sunday against a porous 26th-ranked Panthers secondary.
Tom Brady has eight touchdown passes in the three games since returning from suspension, though he faces a Buffalo Bills defense on Sunday that's allowed just four passing scores in 2016, which is tied for first in the league.
Larry Fitzgerald saw 14 targets last week, and should once again be heavily involved Sunday against Carolina's 26th-ranked secondary.
Sebastian Janikowski kicked four field goals for the second time in three games last week, and now faces a Buccaneers defense allowing 26.5 points per game, 25th in the league.
Jamison Crowder could once again see an uptick in targets Sunday in London against the Bengals if tight end Jordan Reed (concussion) isn't ready to return.
While Matt Bryant missed the potential game-winner and his first field goal of the season, it’s hard to fault him for being 15-for-16 and missing a 57-yarder, and he'll look to get back on track this Sunday against the Packers.
Willie Snead seems to be locked in a battle with Michael Thomas for the second receiver role in the Saints offense (10 receptions for Thomas, nine for Snead), but Drew Brees will try to keep both busy on Sunday against a Seahawks' defense that allows the firth fewest fantasy points to opposing wide receivers.
Jordy Nelson is surprisingly struggling in a Packers offense that has thrown at least 42 times in each of the last three weeks, but has a nice rebound opportunity against a Falcons defense that has allowed 15 touchdowns passes and 294 yards per game through the air to date.
Golden Tate has seen 22 targets over the last two weeks, but may need that kind of volume to produce against a second-ranked Texans pass defense that allows 185 yards per game.
Marqise Lee is emerging as the Jacksonville Jaguars' most reliable target and leads all the wideouts with 29 receptions entering Week 8 on Thursday night against the Tennessee Titans.
Davante Adams has five touchdowns in six games, and while last week's 13-132-2 line came out of nowhere, he's showing a nice knack for the end zone heading into a matchup against a Falcons defense that has allowed 15 touchdown receptions to date.
Terrelle Pryor will be up against the Jets on Sunday as he tries to recover from a hamstring injury that limited him to just 18 yards on two receptions in last week’s contest.
Kirk Cousins will look to bounce back from last week's heartbreaking loss to the Lions against the Bengals' 19th-ranked secondary Sunday in London.
Latavius Murray scored twice last week in his return from a toe injury, and now faces a Buccaneers defense allowing 113.2 rushing yards a game, 20th in the league.
Will Fuller returned from a one-game absence due to a hamstring injury and is getting back to 100 percent heading into a Week 8 game at home, where Fuller has been much more productive than he has been on the road, and against the Detroit Lions, who rank 22nd in yards per game and 28th in touchdowns allowed to wide receivers.
Tyler Eifert will have a Sunday tilt against a Washington defense that hasn’t allowed 60 yards or a touchdown to an opposing tight end this season
Cordarrelle Patterson has scored in consecutive games while seeing six targets in three straight entering a Monday night contest against a Bears defense that just allowed three different Packers to catch 10 or more passes.
A.J. Green will take on a Washington defense this Sunday that’s given up at least 93 receiving yards to five different receivers this year.
Dan Bailey will be facing the division-rival Eagles on Sunday coming off a Week 7 bye that may have allowed his back to heal up somewhat.
Trevor Siemian took a back seat to the Broncos' running game in Week 7, but gets a more favorable matchup Sunday against a Chargers defense allowing over 276 passing yards a game, 24th in the league.
Cameron Brate has tapered off since his mini-hot streak, but faces a Raiders defense on Sunday that’s given up four touchdowns to opposing tight ends this season.
Dustin Hopkins will get to kick at London's Wembley Stadium on Sunday against a Bengals defense that has allowed over 20 points in all but two games this season.