Obviously if the Browns have to go with Hanie on the road, that would be a phenomenal matchup and play, and even looking good if it's Campbell.
Getting it done for fantasy lately in all areas and the Rams are vulnerable with the shaky Kellen Clemens.
The Vikings are giving up the 7th most FPPG to D/STs the last 5 weeks and a shaky QB against a solid defense on the road is always a recipe for success.
Didn't get a sack last week which was a surprise but Fitz is shaky and he may not have his TE Walker so a solid start.
Another solid game last week with a couple sacks and FRs plus am INT and have a chance at home as the Colts have major protection issues and are a mess on offense.
RG3 hasn't been a wonderful matchup for fantasy defenses, but he is still very vulnerable in the pocket and the passing offense is still a disaster.
They do have 4 TDs on the year including 1 last week, and obviously whether it's Smith or Simms, or even Garrard, you can't ask for a better matchup.
Ryan got sacked 6 times last week and the Packers did get 2 INTs and a FR plus a TD in Week Thirteen.
Did very little last week other than their TD and while the matchup and situation isn't great, they're hard to completely bail from against a shaky QB.
If they can shut down or contain the Giants running game they have a chance at home, as the passing game is a complete mess thanks to Eli.
Stafford has been throwing to the other team more the last few weeks and they have been fumbling but he does rarely get sacked which is worth noting.
They're slightly improving with a pass rush and some takeaways here and there and the Fins do have some protection issues so have a chance at home.
Did not show up on the stat sheet last week other than a sack, and Cam is generally a bad matchup as he's hard to bring down and has protected the ball better.
They did get 3 INTs last week and Dalton is struggling, but they may just run the ball all day long against the Colts.
They did get 5 sacks last week but Romo has not really turned the ball over so a mediocre play against a pretty good offense.
They did get a nice 6 sacks last week and Glennon struggled greatly in Week Thirteen, but the problem is that they'll likely hand it off to Rainey a ton.
Another 5 sacks last week but obviously we can't expect more than 3 sacks and Brees rarely throws INTs so looking worse than usual.
Front 7 was absolutely nasty last week with 7 sacks and Foles is not impervious to pressure, but the Eagles are still giving up the 3rd fewest FPPG to D/STs the last 5 weeks.
Their defense is generally much better at home, so while they have a chance against the shaky Palmer, they could also come up small.
They did block a kick against Seattle earlier this year but Russell Wilson right now is a terrible matchup.
Did not get a sack last week and EJ Manuel is generally been a poor matchup for fantasy.
They did get 4 sacks last week and the Ravens are getting sacked 3-4 times a game but we wouldn't expect much else on the road.
Only 1 sack last week and McGloin wasn't even sacked against the Cowboys so not worth using.
They did get 4 sacks and 2 INTs last week and the Steeler O-line is bad but somehow they're only giving up the 2nd fewest FPPG to D/STs the last 5 weeks.
We are talking about Matt Flynn here but the Falcons didn't get a single sack last week so forget it.
Did not get a sack last week against the Raiders, of all teams, and they are on the road so probably best to avoid this week
They did get 5 sacks last week but they're on the road and the Chargers give up the 7th fewest FPPG to D/STs the last 5 weeks.
Still a respectable defense but not much for fantasy lately and unless the Pats start fumbling on almost every carry again, they won't do much against Brady.
They did get 5 sacks last week and Manning has been at least human this month but no way you can trust them on the road.
They have not been a fantasy factor all year and the Chiefs are giving up the 4th fewest FPPG to D/STs the last 5 weeks.