Producing with 6 FGs in his last 3 games so keep using him as weekly starter.
He's averaged 6/94 against them in his last 5 games and the Giants secondary is vulnerable right now.
He's been on a major roll and the Colts give up a whopping 29.7 FP/G the last 5 weeks, so basically a must start.
On a major roll and is a must start against a very beatable secondary that gives up big plays.
Caught 11 of his 17 targets last week in a huge game and you're starting him in this beatable matchup.
Jags are giving up 12.5 FP/G the last 5 games, which is 84% above league avg. and Indy actually averaging 11.2 FP/G the last 5 games vs. them.
He's 4/4 in his last 3 games with 12 XPTs so he's producing solid totals still.
He's averaged 26.3 FP/G against them his last 5 games so let's go ahead and start him.
Had 10 targets last week and a huge game with 2 TDs, so start him in this beatable matchup.
Still averaging close to 10 points the last 2-3 weeks so he remains a sure-thing starter.
He's averaged 25.7 FP/G against them last 5 games and NYG giving up 25.5 FP/G the last 5 games, so looking good.
The Giants are giving up a whopping 5.3 YPC and 29.3 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
On fire and caught 10 of his 13 targets last week and the Vikings give up a generous 39.7 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
His dream season continues and he's 6/6 in his last 2 games on FG tries.
RGIII is terrible and Redskins giving up 9.3 FP/G the last 5 games, which is 37% above league avg. and they are home.
Bucs are improved against the run giving up only 3.7 YPC, but they do give up 6.5 catches per game to RBs.
He's on fire and the Vikings gave up 3 TD passes last week to struggling Bears and he's averaged 75% completion % against them in the last 4.
Big game last week and the Texans give up an amazing 46.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
He gets it done against the Vikings most of the time and they are giving up 39.7 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Another 5 sacks last week and they've averaged over 10 FP/G the last 5 games against the NYJ, plus Vick isn't good.
He's averaged 24.8 points against them in his last 4 games and the Raiders give up 28.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Continues to get it done these days and a must-start if the weather isn't a problem.
Caught a healthy 8 of his 12 targets last week and scored for the 3rd game out of 4 and should get the better matchup than Jones.
Should be well rested with 10 games to recover from last game and he did put up 157/1 against them a couple of weeks ago.
On a major roll now and is a must start and averaged 25.7 points a game against them in three career games.
Should step into a larger role with Cooks done for the season and the Ravens are vulnerable giving up 39.8 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Bengals are giving up a whopping 31.9 FP/G the last 5 weeks, so he will be a must start if he goes, but officially a game-time decision.
Hasn't been ultra-productive lately but that could change quickly and still a solid option for now.
Bronco D is very talented but the fact remains they are giving up 23.5 FP/G the last 5 games, which is 10% above league avg.
He's not even on the injury report after getting 22 touches last week and a solid matchup here.
Another so-so game last week, but at least he had 24 carries and the Titans are giving up 5 YPC to RBs and 31.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
He now has 8 FGs in his last 3 games so he's a productive option who should be used if you need him.
Still throwing picks but signs of life and the matchup is beatable for sure, even though TB giving up only 18.4 FP/G the last 5 games.
He did put up 22 points in just a half against them earlier this year and Indy giving up a generous 26.1 FP/G the last 5 games.
He's a must start at this point with another 13 targets last week and this matchup is solid at home.
Huge game last week and Allen is out with his ankle injury so looks like a must start with a favorable matchup no matter what.
The only fairly reliable guy here with 8 targets last week and the Eagles give up a healthy 42.2 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Despite Titans giving up only 15.5 FP/G the last 5 games, he remains a viable starter at home as their secondary can be had.
He's back and well rested and the Falcons give up a healthy 40.6 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
We'd love for more snaps and targets, but we will have to accept what we get and he did have 5 targets last week and the matchup is solid.
Tougher matchup as the Dolphins giving up 67.4 rushing yards to RBs in their last 5 games, but he's looking good for 15+ touches and had 10 targets last week.
He did have 13 targets last week and 8 catches, so in a PPR, he's fine and the matchup is certainly not scary against a young secondary.
Big game last week with 28 touches, so should still get early-down work with Gio back and the matchup is certainly beatable.
Production has fallen off as he has not been healthy, but he did have 4 targets last week and remains a strong starter in a weak TE field.
Brown secondary is clearly improved now gives up only 16.4 FP/G the last 5 games as CB Skrine has solidified coverage, but Ryan still has 2 top WRs.
Caught only 4 of his 8 targets last week from Mallett but he is active and productive as a downfield threat.
Texans are giving up a healthy 26 FP/G the last 5 weeks, which includes 7/70 in the passing game, and he's officially probable.
Caught 7 of his 9 targets last week as Orton is very comfortable throwing him the ball and the matchup is good.
Led the way with 16 touches last week and the Bear D is not very good and gives up 5 catches per game to RBs.
Saints are giving up a decent 22.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks, plus over 4 catches per game to RBs.