Could see a lot of top CB Carr but there's no way you're sitting him in the playoffs with an overall beatable matchup.
Another real nice game last week and he did put up 8/80/2 against them earlier this season.
The Lions have been vulnerable deep all year so while their improving pass rush is a concern, you have to stay with a hot hand in Foles.
Looks like there's a greater commitment to him these days and the Bears are giving up 180 RB rushing yards per game so you should probably start him.
Has been a little frustrating but the Bear defense overall is shaky and he's hard to sit unless you have another stud.
Obviously it's not an easy matchup, but in NO and the Saints should be able to take advantage of what still is a beatable secondary.
Bradley Fletcher has been a decent CB for the Eagles this year, but overall they don't have anyone to stop Calvin in a potent passing game.
Obviously it's a tougher matchup on the road, but we're not benching Peterson this late in the season.
The Lions have been vulnerable to big plays in the passing game for most of the season so this is a very good week to roll with Jackson at home.
Cowboys still give up the most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks and we know he's going to get the ball at home, so looking great.
The Redskins actually haven't been giving up a ton of rushing yards lately, but RBs have been scoring against them and the matchup is still beatable.
Has produced against them in their last 4 games straight so while it's a tough matchup, they can be run on if a back gets volume, which is what he'll get.
The Eagles have given up production in the passing attack all year including 300/3 last week and they give up the 4th most FPPG to QBs the last 5 weeks.
Continues to get it done as the No. 2 option in the passing game, if not the No. 1 at this point, and the Saints have given up a TE TD in 2 of their last 3 games.
Suffered a groin scare last week and on the injury report for it, but he's probable to play and a must start.
Continues to get it done and while this matchup looks tough on the road, he should at least throw it more than usual and his rushing production makes him hard to sit.
The Browns may actually put Haden on Gronk as they've given up 4 TE TDs in their last 3 games but you're starting him every week.
Put up 4/82 against them earlier in this season, and no Finnegan helps, as does the impressive current production.
Once again has a lot of upside on paper, as the Cowboys top CB will likely work on Marshall; then again, they could view Jeffery at this point as a major threat as well.
Falcons are giving up the 2nd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks and RBs are getting 30+ carries a game against them, so start him at home.
No Tillman for the Bears and while he's not exploding he remains a must start.
The Titans are actually pretty stingy against the pass, which means Peyton may only get 3 TDs this week.
The Panthers have been fairly stingy against the TE all year but there definitely are plays to be made against a beatable secondary.
Titan secondary is pretty darn good but they usual put their top CB in the slot, so Thomas shouldn't face much of a challenge.
Surprising performance last week and he's all of a sudden getting it done, and GB has been brutal against the run, giving up the 3rd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
The Denver secondary is a bit of a mess right now and he is PPR Gold and should get plenty of targets especially with Walker iffy.
Could see a little bit more of top CB Verner in the slot, which does add more downside than usual, but otherwise he's pretty hard to sit in a PPR.
Was limited to 1.8 YPC on 9 carries earlier this year which is disconcerting but they're at home and Seattle has not been a brick wall against the run this year.
Missed practice early in the week but assuming he goes, you probably need to start him at home as the matchup isn't brutal.
Returned to practice on Friday and the Eagles are giving up the 10th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks including solid production in the passing game.
Put up only 3/20 against them earlier this year but you're not going to sit a guy with 10 TDs, though he may not go crazy.
There is definitely a very good chance for significant volume at home so pretty solid start this week.
Looked really good last week carrying the football with 31 snaps and 15 touches, and this is a very good matchup.
Nice game last week, catching 6 of his 7 targets for 80 and the Chargers are shaky on the back end for sure, giving up the 9th most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
Indications are positive and he practiced so should play and Dolphins do present a beatable matchup.
He obviously went off last week with massive numbers so you might as well keep rolling with him if you need him.
May not go off against a very solid CB in Grimes who matches up very well but he's also very hard to bench based on his stellar season.
Another huge PPR game last week, catching 8 of his 10 targets for 106 and the Giants secondary has been depleted.
Pats will look to take him out with Talib and help but at least Campbell is starting.
Could've had 2-3 TDs last week and he also got 10 carries and the 5 catches so remains very involved in PPR Gold.
Oddly unproductive last week but the Titans do give up the 6th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks, including 6+ catches to RBs.
Another 15 targets last week and while his catch rate was poor, he did just miss a TD and remained a PPR producer.
He's essentially a must start and he's expected to play.
Lions are absolutely smothering right now against the run so will have to do it in the passing game and will likely get 5+ catches.
A healthy 10 targets last week and he caught 6 passes, and the Vikings give up the 7th most FPPG to WRs the last 5 weeks.
The Chargers got rocked against the run last week and he continues to produce and the Chargers give up the 7th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks, so start him.
Very good matchup at home, where they tend to play well where the Vikings are giving up 305/2 to QBs in their last 5.
This is a good matchup at home so you have to think Flynn will play better, but clearly it's time to reduce expectations.
The Browns have given up a lot of TDs to TEs lately which helps, and Haden has actually been giving up plays lately.
Continues to play well and just missed a couple of TDs last week and as long as the Ram pass rush doesn't go off, he should be more than fine as their corners can't handle the Bears big receivers.
Little shaky last week but 302/3 got it done and put up 327/2 on the road against them earlier this year.