You're not sitting the hottest receiver in the game against a secondary that gives up a ton of big plays.
Huge game against them earlier this year and a huge game last week, plus the Raiders give up a healthy 28.2 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Played 39 snaps last week with a healthy 22 touches and nothing scary about the matchup these days.
Had 2 TDs last week and should have had a huge game against them a few weeks ago, so keep starting him.
Caught 11 of 14 targets last week and the Lions are shakier against the pass these days and give up 40.2 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
A whopping 26 touches again last week and he's averaged 20+ points against them in PPR his last 3 games.
Getting it done with 6 FGs in his last 3 games and this looks like a solid situation with the playoffs on the line.
Put up big numbers against them earlier this year on 32 touches and RBs averaging 4.6 YPC against them the last 5 weeks.
Only 5/59 against them earlier this year, but Lions are shakier against WRs right now and give up 40.2 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
He is 6/6 on FGs his last 3 games as he continues to be a weekly starter and a productive one.
He's 6/6 in his last 3 games, as he continues to put up very solid numbers.
He's averaged an amazing 34.6 points per game in PPR against them his last 2 games.
Only 2 RBs have more rushing TDs than him and the Bears give up 34 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
If you survived last week, just keep using him as he had 11 targets against them earlier this year.
Put up 6/82 against them earlier this year, but regardless you're starting him if you have him.
15 targets last week and should dominate the targets again here and Cutler back does help.
Put up 9/109/1 on 13 targets against them earlier this year and they give p 42.9 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Put up 11/108 on 14 targets against them earlier this year, so get him in your lineup.
They did score last week and certainly have a chance at home against the rookie Thomas who is not ready for primetime.
Incredibly disappointing last week, but we could see a QB for the Browns signed off the practice squad this week.
Raider D isn't a pushover but they give up a healthy 22.3 FP/G last 5 weeks and he's put up 29 FP/G last 5 meetings.
Falcons giving up 21.2 FP/G last 5 weeks and he's averaged an amazing 29 FP/G last 5 meetings against them.
Just another day at the office last week catching 7 of 9 targets for 72 yards and a TD and he put up 9/117 against them earlier this year.
He scored 2 TDs last week and also against them earlier this year, so keep starting him.
Looks like he will play and you should roll with him since he put up 11/224/1 against them a few weeks ago.
Caught 7 of his 8 targets last week and if he is back practicing, he must be started.
Only 2/36 against them earlier this year, but they do give up a healthy 12.5 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Rams have contained him in the past, but he has averaged 4.5 YPC against them in his last 5 and he will get the ball as much as he can handle.
Caught only 5 of his 12 targets last week, but was healthy enough to play, so viable for sure if you need him.
Should dominate targets with Kearse unlikely to play and he did put up 7/123/1 on 11 targets earlier this year.
Broncos getting crushed by TEs now and giving up 15.8 FP/G the last 5 weeks and he got them for 6/64/1 earlier this year.
Did score last week and he also put up 6/105 against them earlier this year if desperate.
An amazing 15 catches last week on 18 targets and this is a pretty good matchup all year for TE.
Hanging in there these days and a solid matchup, but he hasn't been ultra productive lately.
Another productive game with RGIII under center last week and he does produce against the Cowboys as he's averaged 20 FPG against them in his last 5 games in PPR.
Wound up playing 22 snaps last week with 14 touches and this game should mean little for their playoff chances, so he could play a lot.
Has been consistently productive for almost 2 months now and the Bears give up a healthy 42 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
He did put up 330/3 against them last month and Vikes giving up a fairly promising 21.6 FP/G last 5 weeks.
Averaged only 3.3 YPC against them earlier this year and it's still a touch matchup, but he has been on a major roll.
Should have scored last week and in the mix with 4/54 on 6 targets and the Colts give up a healthy 13.3 FP/G the last 5 weeks, and he got them for 5/84/1 earlier this year.
Caught 8 of 11 targets against them earlier this year and while his yard per catch number was low, he did catch 8 balls last week.
He does have 7 FGs in this last 3 games, so good to go at home.
Has produced in PPR every week for over a month, so continues to be a solid play if you need him.
Quiet against them earlier this year, but he did catch all 5 of his targets last week with a TD and not a scary matchup right now.
Put up only 2/16 against them a few weeks ago, but the matchup couldn't be better as the Steelers give up 46.1 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Was inactive earlier this year, but a decent chance to come through in the finale in a higher scoring game in a good matchup.
NYG giving up 22.1 FP/G last 5 weeks and he will start and should be in solid shape against average defense.
Put up only 246/0 against them earlier this year and GB giving up only 18.8 FP/G last 5 weeks but it's a meaningful game and he should throw a lot.
Very up and down so far, but the offense should get back on track at home in this one.
He's fallen off with Sanchez, but still in the mix with 6 targets last week and nothing ultra scary about the matchup for this 2015 UFA.