Seattle did give up 3 TDs to Gates last week, so he certainly has a chance to come through.
Another big game last week and the Jets are giving up 22.8 FPG so far to QBs.
Put up 11/225/3 against them last year, and the team is optimistic he will be able to play in Week 3.
He has been an absolute beast and the Rams can get run on, so keep starting him.
Had 3 TDs already this year and this should be a high scoring game.
Great matchup and big game last week which has helped him go 5/5 thus far.
Roddy is banged up and no lock to play which means Julio should have a monster day.
Averaged a healthy 21.2 FPG against them last year and the Jags are giving up 305/2 per game to QBs.
Locker is certainly a good matchup overall and the Bengal D is playing very well.
Too shaky right now with only 2 FGs on the season and they could be playing from behind.
Carr has been quite good, but the Pats will likely confuse and force some turnovers.
Redskins have given up only 15 FPG thus far but he did average 25.6 FPG against them last year.
Lions are actually giving up only 16 FPG to QBs, but their secondary is beatable and it is much easier to throw on them than to run.
Titan D got shredded last week and give up 125 yards rushing per game to RBs.
Put up 20/303/3 against them last year in two games so you should probably give him the start.
Huge game last week with 3 TDs and the Jets give up a crazy 49.9 FPG so far to WRs.
Big game last week and one of only 4 kickers averaging 10+ points so far.
Still played 72% of the snaps last week despite the huge game from Sproles and he did average 28.5 FPG against them last year.
He's 4/4 thus far and points should be scored in this one.
Averaged a solid 22.6 FPG against them last year, but will need Roddy on the field to have great potential.
Averaged a solid 23.2 FPG against them last year and the Packers defense does look beatable.
Huge game last week and this matchup is certainly beatable so keep using him.
He already has 8 FGs which is amazing, so keep riding the hot hand.
Continues to be a must start and caught 6 of his 7 targets last week.
Huge game last week, so keep starting him while you can as the Giants are giving up 22.9 FPG to RBs.
All he does is produce every week especially in a PPR so keep starting him.
Put up a healthy 15.5 FPG against them last year and the Packers are giving up 31.7 FPG to RBs.
Put up 6/101/1 against them in his only game last year.
Caught 10 of his 13 targets last week, so you're obviously playing him every week.
Not getting the downfield targets from Romo, but has 14 targets last week and you're starting him.
Could be ready to explode with a favorable matchup here at home.
Have been horrible thus far, but Cassel did throw 4 INTs last week and they should be much better at home.
He's been a rock solid 5/5 and this could be a 2-plus FG game for him.
Great game last week with 33 touches and the Titans are giving up 125 rushing per game to RBs so keep starting him.
The Bills are giving up 18 WR catches per game so he has a good chance to come through in this one.
Despite what the numbers say, the matchup is very good against a shaky group of safeties.
You'd have to think they'll get him involved on the speedy carpet and the Saints are giving up 49.9 FPG to WRs.
They have been one of the top 5 producers so far and certainly have a chance if the backup is starting and they have protection issues on the O-line.
Another 12 targets last week and 6 catches and the Ravens are giving up 13 WR catches a game.
Continues to be extremely active and the Browns are giving up 32.5 FPG to WRs.
Vikings have been stingy against QBs so far, but he is better at home and their secondary is vulnerable.
Put up 5/100/1 in lone game against them last year on 11 targets.
He went off last week and the Bengals are giving up 8/65 so far to the TE.
The Bear run D is still quite shaky and they give up 25 FPG to RBs so he could come through if you need him.
Played pretty well last week and while the Steelers are stingy by the numbers right now their defense and secondary is definitely beatable.
This game sets up perfectly for him once again as the Raiders give up 34/181/1 rushing per game to RBs so far.
He's 4/4 on the season and not a bad option at home against a depleted defense.
Only 3 targets last week, but the Saints are giving up 49.9 FPG to WRs.
Panthers are quite nasty against the run giving up only 68.5 rushing yards to RBs, but they do give up 6.5 catches per game.
He did get them for 12/163 in two games last year on 21 targets and the Browns give up 32.5 FPG to WRs.
Still on injury report with a hamstring, but hard to sit especially since the Bills are giving up 8 TE receptions per game.