Obviously you're starting him every week and he did average 21.5 points a game against them last year in PPR.
He's clearly an emerging superstar and there is nothing scary about this matchup as the Jags allow 17.5 YPC their last 4.
The Saint secondary is struggling, so he has a good chance to carve them up.
Huge game last week with 3 TDs and he's averaged 18.3 points against them in his last 5 games in PPR.
Bears may not have top corner Kyle Fuller and they're a mess on the back end to begin with, so start him.
He is actually putting up 17.7 points a game against them in his last 3 games and this matchup is good.
Redskins secondary has been a little banged up and is certainly beatable, so most need to keep starting him.
Has 3 TDs in his last 2 games and he is clearly a key receiver now, and this matchup is very beatable.
Bears have some key injuries on D including starting CB Fuller, so he is a must start.
You're not benching a guy who had 16 targets and 12 catches the week before.
Tough to sit a guy who caught 11 of his 15 targets and the Packers give up a healthy 43.5 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Back in the mix last week with a TD and 89 yards and the Chargers give up a healthy 41.3 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Came on late in the game last week and had a solid day catching 5 of his 6 targets and the Chargers give up a healthy 41.3 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Caught only 1 of his 6 targets last week, but he does have a solid history against them and they give up a healthy 44.9 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Another real nice catch day last week with 9 targets and 6 grabs and the Ravens give up a healthy 43.4 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Nice game last week with a TD and 7 targets and nothing scary about this matchup.
Obviously got it done last week on 15 targets, so he's a must start until proven otherwise.
Big game last week catching 9 of his 11 targets and he'll clearly get the better matchup than Watkins in this game.
Not going off, but an encouraging 6 of his 8 targets last week and Dallas gives up 37 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
He's going to see a tough matchup regardless of whether or not he's on Revis, but he's also a stud most need to start every week.
He has averaged 15.6 points a game against them in his last 3 and Fitzpatrick back in the saddle probably helps.
Big game last week with a TD and the shaky Steeler secondary gives up 38.7 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Had an acceptable 5 targets last week and some upside this week as depleted Raven secondary gives up 43.4 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Really nice player for them right now and while the Packer secondary is talented, they do give up 43.5 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Only 1.8 YPC last week is a concern, but 4/47 in the passing game and the Giants give up a healthy 28 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Quiet game last week and a very difficult matchup in this one, but you never know which top wide out will have a better chance to produce and he's a stud most need to start every week.
The Saint secondary is struggling and has only 1 good corner, so a better than usual chance to make an impact this week.
As we've seen over his last few games, he is difficult to sit because he is hard to contain for all four quarters.
Just missed out on several TD opportunities, so he could have had an absolutely huge game, and the KC secondary has fallen off a bit.
Caught a very encouraging 8 of his 9 targets last week for 98 yards and the beatable Steeler secondary gives up 38.7 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
They do take shot plays to him and also look for him in the end zone and the Raiders are beatable on the back end.
Caught only 3 of his 10 targets last week, but he did score, yet this is not an easy matchup.
McCoy can certainly help and he likely won't see a lot of top corner Davis and will check status of their other top corner Toler who missed the game last week.
Redskins are a little banged up at corner and he did catch all 4 of his targets last week.
Only 3 targets last week which is not a good sign, but the Jags secondary is average at best, so has a chance.
Back in the mix last week catching 6 of his 8 targets for 113, but this is not an easy matchup.
Should see a lot of top corner Haden who does have trouble with smaller speedier receivers like Watkins, but overall not a great matchup.
He's nearly impossible to sit and he did have a good game last week on 13 targets, but he's been underwhelming and the Cards have 2 excellent corners.
Came up small with everybody else last week with only 1/13 on 4 targets, so use only if desperate with a decent matchup here.
Caught 6 of his 8 targets last week and the Cowboys give up 37 FP/G in the last 5 weeks, but should be challenged by slot corner Scandrick.
He probably won't get a lot of attention when he is on the field, but the Pats do have excellent depth at corner these days.
He's clearly emerging with a big impact game last week and the Panthers give up a healthy 37 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Should have had a long TD last week from Vick and might be better off with Geno at this point and Miami does give up 39 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Caught all 5 of his targets last week for 93 yards and the Bills are down a starting corner from 2 weeks ago.
Lost some trust last week with only 3 targets and 2/5 but there is an opportunity here for sure against their shakier backup corners.
He did score against them last year and the matchup is outstanding by the numbers if you want to take a leap of faith for a recently unproductive player.
Raider secondary isn't terrible, but he did catch 7 of his 9 targets last week and scored, so totally on the radar.
He's been productive, but mediocre against them last year and Seattle gives up only 20.4 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
He does come through more often than not and he did score last week if you're desperate.
Getting Fitzpatrick back is a good thing as he caught only 3 of his 12 targets last week.