Nick Novak ranks 17th in scoring with 7.2 points per game entering Week 14 against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 25th in scoring defense.
Matt Bryant hit a trio of field goals (including a 59-yarder) last week and has once again established himself as a top fantasy kicking option, and he'll look to keep rolling Sunday against the Rams.
Ted Ginn now has three-consecutive games with touchdowns, even as the Panthers’ passing game has fallen apart in those games with Cam Newton completing less than 50 percent of his passes in each, and he'll try to score for the fourth game in a row Sunday against the Chargers.
Dwayne Allen's three-touchdown spectacular on Monday Night Football put him back on the radar, but it could just as easily be fellow tight end Jack Doyle making plays in Week 14 against the Houston Texans.
Ladarius Green will be up against the Bills in Week 14, a defense that’s given up three touchdowns to opposing tight ends over their last five games.
Mohamed Sanu has slipped behind Taylor Gabriel for the No. 2 receiver role, but faces a Rams defense in Week 14 that’s allowed 100-yard receivers in back-to-back weeks.
Matt Prater is surging, having gone for double-digit points in three of his last four outings, including seven kicks from 40 yards or more entering a contest against a Bears defense that ranks 16th points allowed at 22.5.
Brandon LaFell will have a Week 14 matchup against the Browns after he torched them for 83 yards and a touchdown when he faced them earlier this season.
Wil Lutz hit a pair of field goals last week and in the Saints’ typically high octane offense, he should get plenty of chances to score in Sunday’s divisional matchup with the Bucs.
Robby Anderson caught the Jets lone touchdown pass versus the Colts, was targeted a team-high 12 times for the game, and will face a San Francisco 49ers defense in Week 14 that's allowed 26 passing scores in 2016, which is tied for 30th in the NFL.
Kai Forbath has increased his scoring and attempts in three straight games since joining the Vikings, and could continue that trend against a Jaguars defense that has allowed multiple made field goals in all but three of their outings this season.
Malcolm Mitchell has 17 grabs for 222 yards and three touchdowns over his last three games, though will face a stingy Baltimore passing defense in Week 14 that's allowing just 222 passing yards per game in 2016, which is seventh in the NFL.
Cameron Brate could see his role continue to expand against the Saints in Week 14 if Doug Martin and Adam Humphries can’t go after turning in a season-high in yards while pulling in six receptions and a touchdown last week.
Mike Nugent will be up against the Browns in Week 14 after connecting on eight straight field goals despite missing four of his last six extra point attempts.
Taylor Gabriel has 18 receptions for 321 yards and four touchdowns over his past five games and could be in line for even more work on Sunday against the Rams with Julio Jones banged up.
Thielen has 15 catches on 20 targets in his last two games, giving him some appeal despite low yardage upside against a Jaguars second-ranked secondary that allows only 196 yards per game.
The feel-good story of Freddie Martino could see even more airplay as he’s set for more snaps with Cecil Shorts and potentially Adam Humphries sidelined and faces a Saints secondary in Week 14 that allowed 341 passing yards last week.
Marqise Lee is the brightest spot in a passing game that has sorely regressed this season as the Jacksonville Jaguars prepare for a Week 14 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings, who rank second in yards allowed per game to wide receivers.
Ryan Griffin is a viable tight end threat, who has caught touchdowns in two of the previous three games entering Week 14 against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 27th in receiving defense.
C.J. Fiedorowicz and Ryan Griffin have become big targets for the Houston Texans, but they cannibalize each other's opportunities, so choosing one or the other will be tough in Week 14 against the Indianapolis Colts.
Bilal Powell touched the ball just once on Monday Night Football, but has a chance to rebound on Sunday against the league's worst rushing defense of the San Francisco 49ers, a unit that's allowed a staggering 169.3 rushing yards per game in 2016.
Cody Parkey will take on the Bengals in Week 14 after connecting on just seven field goals over his last six games.
Jerick McKinnon scored and averaged 4.6 yards per carry last week, two things he hadn't done since Week 4 against the Giants, giving him a but of momentum entering Sunday's matchup with the Jaguars 24th ranked rush defense that allows 115.6 yards per game.
Graham Gano hit his only kick (an extra point) and his inconsistency this season (and throughout his career) gives him a very low floor Sunday against the Chargers.
Ryan Succop ranks 19th in scoring with 6.7 points per game entering Week 14's tough matchup against the Denver Broncos, who rank sixth in scoring defense.
Dennis Pitta will have a Monday matchup with the Patriots after posting more than 59 yards for the first time in 10 games with his huge performance last week.
Tyrod Taylor struggled passing the ball this past Sunday and faces a Pittsburgh defense in Week 14 that's allowed just 15 throwing scores in 2016, which is tied for sixth in the NFL.
Chris Hogan snagged a touchdown pass last weekend but has been surpassed by rookie Malcolm Mitchell on the depth chart.
Ty Montgomery resurfaced to lead the Packers in rushing last week, and his dual position eligibility give him a shot at relevance against a tough Seahawks defense that is allowing only 99.3 yards per game rushing.
Bryce Petty has been handed the reins of the struggling New York Jets offense, and will square off on Sunday against a suspect San Francisco defense that's allowed 26 passing touchdowns in 2016, which is tied for 30th in the league.
Duke Johnson will have a Week 14 tilt against the Bengals, though he hasn’t had more than eight touches in any of his last five games.
Devin Funchess caught a pair of 20-plus yard passes against the Seahawks, but with Cam Newton consistently completing less than 50 percent of his passes, Funchess will likely remain a low-end option Sunday against the Chargers.
If he can go after suffering a concussion against the Chargers, Adam Humphries will get a good matchup on Sunday against the Saints secondary that’s allowed the third-most receiving yards this season.
Marquise Goodwin saw eight targets last weekend, but managed just 35 receiving yards; he'll look to break free against a Steelers defense on Sunday that's allowing 256.3 passing yards per game, which is 19th in the NFL.
Eli Rogers will be up against the Bills on Sunday that has allowed eight touchdowns to opposing wide receivers over their last five games.
Mike Gillislee swiped two touchdowns from teammate LeSean McCoy last weekend, and faces a Pittsburgh defense in Week 14 that's yielded 10 rushing scores in 2016, which is tied for 19th in the NFL.
Rex Burkhead will take on the Browns this Sunday after posting at least 48 yards in each of his last two games since taking over for Giovani Bernard.
The Jacksonville Jaguars' top three running backs are dealing with injuries, but Yeldon was able to play through his last week, making him the best of a bad lot entering Week 14 against the Minnesota Vikings.
DeVante Parker has found the end zone in two of the last three games, but faces an Arizona Cardinals defense in Week 14 that's allowed the fewest passing touchdowns in the NFL this season.
Austin Hooper has just three receptions for 16 yards over his past three games and faces a top-six defense against opposing tight ends this week in the Rams.
Cameron Meredith may represent the safest option amongst Bears' pass catchers, but he just one touchdown in seven weeks and faces a Lions defense that has not allowed a receiver to score in two games, giving him a very low ceiling.
The tight ends pendulum is swinging toward Dwayne Allen (three TDs in Week 13), but Jack Doyle remains a viable red-zone target for quarterback Andrew Luck in Week 14 against the Houston Texans.
Kenneth Dixon will have a Week 14 matchup against the Patriots after posting at least 77 total yards in three of his last four games, though he’s yet to find the end zone in his rookie campaign.
Roberto Aguayo missed another field goal attempt last week and is difficult to trust in Week 14 against the Saints.
Jason Myers ranks 27th with 5.8 points per game entering Week 14 against the stingy defense of the Minnesota Vikings, who rank fourth in scoring defense.
Ryan Tannehill is coming off his first three-interception game of the season and will face an Arizona defense on Sunday that's allowing just 199 passing yards per game, which is third in the NFL.
Corey Coleman will be up against the Bengals on Sunday after being held to 41 yards or fewer per game in each of the four games he’s played since returning from a broken hand.
Steve Smith will be up against the Patriots in Week 14 after they’ve held all but one opposing wide receiver they’ve faced in the past five weeks to fewer than 73 yards.
Joe Flacco will take on the Patriots this Monday after they’ve held four of the last five quarterbacks they’ve faced to two or fewer touchdowns.