Matt Ryan has racked up at least 330 passing yards in six of Atlanta's past seven games, firmly reestablishing himself as a set-it and forget-it quarterback option ahead of a Week 11 home meeting with Dallas.
Kareem Hunt saw his touchdown streak snapped at eight games Sunday, but he should be very productive in Week 11 as the Chiefs face a Rams defense that's allowed a league-worst 5.2 YPC.
Odell Beckham scored twice last game for the Giants and will face a putrid Tampa Bay defense in Week 11 that's allowed 23 passing touchdowns in 2018, which is the worst in the NFL.
Ezekiel Elliott racked up nearly 200 yards from scrimmage along with two touchdowns last game for the Cowboys, and will have an extremely favorable matchup in Week 11 against an Atlanta defense near the bottom of the league in scoring and scrimmage yards allowed.
Christian McCaffrey scored all three of Carolina's touchdowns last week, and he's primed to get all the touches he can handle both on the ground and through the air in Week 11 against a Lions defense that's allowing 132.7 rushing yards per game.
Wil Lutz has missed just once on 20 field-goal tries and benefits from kicking behind a Saints offense that averages a league-best 36.7 points per game, so he'll be among the league's best kicking options against the Eagles in Week 11.
Julio Jones became the fastest player in NFL history to reach 10,000 receiving yards last week while also stretching his touchdown streak to two, so things are looking up for Atlanta's star wideout ahead of a Week 11 home tilt against Dallas.
Carson Wentz passed for a season-high 360 yards last game for the Eagles, has six-straight multiple touchdown outputs and will face a New Orleans defense in Week 11 allowing 296 passing yards per contest, which is 31st in the NFL.
David Johnson has 100-plus combined yards in each of the Cardinals' last two games, and in Week 11, he'll face an Oakland defense that gave up 210 rushing yards to the Colts and 130 rushing yards to the 49ers over the last three weeks.
Drew Brees improved his TD:INT to 21:1 with three touchdowns last week while also converting his third rushing touchdown, so New Orleans' 39-year-old quarterback is making a serious push for MVP ahead of his team's Week 11 meeting with the Eagles.
Zach Ertz exploded for 145 yards and two touchdowns last game for the Eagles and should find himself in a shootout versus a Saints defense in Week 11 allowing 296 passing yards per tilt, which is 31st in the NFL.
Saquon Barkley has at least 100 scrimmage yards in all but one game in 2018 for the Giants, though has been held out of the end zone for two-straight contests; he will look for a return engagement to the promised land in Week 11 versus a Tampa defense that's surrendered 12 rushing touchdowns this season, which is tied for 29th in the NFL.
Todd Gurley has found the end zone in each of the Rams' games in 2018, and he'll have a great chance to keep his streak alive in Week 11 when he faces a Kansas City defense that's given up four TDs to opposing RBs over their last two games.
Michael Thomas has 431 receiving yards and four touchdowns in just the past four games, and Drew Brees' favorite target is in line for another big game in Week 11 when the Saints host an Eagles secondary that's giving up 265.8 passing yards per game.
DeAndre Hopkins ranks eighth in the NFL with 90 targets and should be a key piece Week 11 against Washington, which ranks 30th in YPG (192.4) allowed to WRs.
Adam Thielen has topped 100 yards in every game but the Vikings' last outing, while scoring in seven of nine, entering a Week 11 contest against a Bears defense that has allowed six opposing receivers to top 87 yards against them to date.
Houston's offensive line has given Deshaun Watson more time to throw the last three games, making him efficiently good (seven TDs, no picks) entering Week 11 against Washington's 25th-ranked pass defense.
Harrison Butker has attempted two or fewer field goals in four straight games, but the Chiefs' high-powered offense should still provide him with plenty of opportunities in Week 11 against a Rams defense that's given up more than 34 points a game to its last three opponents.
Patrick Mahomes failed to throw for at least 300 yards Sunday for the first time since Week 1, but he should be able to rebound in Week 11 as the Chiefs face a Rams defense that ranks 25th in QB rating against.
Aldrick Rosas has at least two field goals in all but one game in 2018 for the Giants, and has missed just one kick on the season; Rosas has a tasty matchup in Week 11 versus a bumbling Tampa Bay squad allowing 32.3 points per contest, which is dead last in the league.
Eric Ebron exploded for three touchdowns last week -- two receiving and one rushing -- and leads all NFL tight ends with 10 touchdowns as the Colts prepare for Week 11 against the Titans.
Aaron Jones is coming off of his first 100-yard game and is averaging a robust 6.8 yards per carry while establishing himself as the Packers top back, and he has an exploitable matchup in Week 11 against a Seattle defense that allows 5.0 yards per carry and has allowed 100-yard rushers in consecutive weeks.
Dak Prescott has at least 240 yards passing and two total touchdowns in each of the last three games for the Dallas Cowboys, and will face a porous Atlanta passing defense in Week 11 allowing 294 passing yards per contest, which is 30th in the NFL.
Andrew Luck threw for three touchdowns last week, giving him six consecutive games with at least three TD passes, and he hasn't been sacked in 187 drop backs entering Week 11 when Indianapolis hosts Tennessee.
Davante Adams has scored six times in his last five games for the Packers entering a Week 11 clash against a Seahawks defense that has allowed a 100-yard receiver in three consecutive games.
Marquez Valdes-Scantling has emerged as the Packers No. 2 receiver following the season-ending injury to Geronimo Allison, tying Davante Adams for targets last week and giving him a great opportunity to exploit a Seahawks defense in Week 11 that has allowed 100-yard receivers in three straight games.
Tyreek Hill recorded his third game of the season with 100-plus yards and multiple TDs on Sunday, and he could be line for another very productive performance in Week 11 as the Chiefs face a Rams defense that's given up 14 TDs to opposition WRs, tied for the third-highest total in the league.
Mike Evans is coming off a pair of quiet weeks, but he's still averaging 94.1 receiving yards per game this season and will have a nice bounce-back opportunity when the Buccaneers visit the Giants and their middling pass defense in Week 11.
Ryan Succop was back on track last week, scoring 10 points in Tennessee's win over New England, and he could do similar damage Week 11 against Indianapolis, which allows 9.7 PPG to kickers (31st).
Leonard Fournette (hamstring) had 29 touches in his return to action last week, and he should be Jacksonville's workhorse once again Week 11 at home against Pittsburgh, although the Jags suffered injuries to two offensive linemen.
Brett Maher rebounded from two poor performances with two field goals and three extra points for the Cowboys last game, and will have a favorable matchup in Week 11 against a Falcons squad allowing 28.2 points per tilt, which is 29th in the NFL.
Chris Boswell has hit all seven of his field goal attempts and he has made 20 of his 22 extra point attempts since Week 4, and in Week 11, the Steelers face a Jaguars' defense that has given up the third-most fantasy points to kickers.
Philip Rivers has thrown multiple TD passes in all nine games this season, giving him a strong floor in the Chargers' Week 11 clash with a Broncos defense that ranks a mediocre 18th in QB rating against.
Kenny Golladay saw 13 targets last week after drawing just six total in his previous three outings for the Lions, and could been a target monster in Week 11 against a 22nd-ranked Carolina defense that allows 258 yards per game if Marvin Jones (knee) is sidelined to limited.
Aaron Rodgers has been held under 300 yards in three straight games with the Packers finding some offensive balance, but he faces a Seahawks defense in Week 11 that has allowed multiple touchdown passes in three consecutive weeks, twice allowing more than 300 yards.
Levine Toilolo could be a sneaky weapon for the Lions in Week 11 with Luke Willson and Michael Roberts both dealing with shoulder injuries, as the Panthers defense has allowed eight touchdown receptions to opposing tight ends to date.
Eli Manning tossed three touchdowns last game for the Giants and will face a putrid Tampa Bay defense in Week 11 that's allowed 23 passing touchdowns in 2018, which is the worst in the NFL.
Alvin Kamara has 1,019 scrimmage yards and 14 touchdowns through New Orleans' first nine games, and the visiting Eagles will have a hard time containing the explosive running back in Week 11.
Antonio Brown had another solid game last week, catching all six of his targets for 96 yards and his 10th touchdown, which leads all receivers in the NFL, but in Week 11, the Steelers face a Jaguars defense that is allowing the fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Melvin Gordon extended his TD streak to seven games while topping 100 scrimmage yards for the fifth-straight game Sunday, and he should remain the focal point of the Chargers' offense in Week 11's matchup against a Broncos defense that ranks 25th in YPC allowed.
Justin Tucker has seen his fantasy production fall off a little bit this season, but he's still a top kicker in the league and in Week 11, Tucker should have plenty of opportunities when the Ravens take on the Bengals, who give up the second-most points per game.
Amari Cooper has 18 targets in two games since joining the Dallas Cowboys, and will face a porous Atlanta passing defense in Week 11 allowing 294 passing yards per contest, which is 30th in the NFL.
Travis Kelce caught six-of-seven targets for only 46 yards, his lowest total since Week 1, in Sunday's win over the Cardinals, but he should be more productive in Week 11 as the Chiefs take on a Rams defense that's given up the ninth-most receiving yards to opposition TEs.
Chris Carson missed the Seahawks' last game with a hip injury, but if he returns in Week 11, he'll face a Green Bay defense that's given up at least 87 rushing yards to a RB in three of their last four games.
Matthew Stafford has multiple touchdown passes in six of this last seven outings for the Lions entering a Week 11 contest against a Carolina defense that has allowed nine touchdown passes in their last two contests.
After three practices with his new team, Demaryius Thomas played 79 percent of Houston's offensive snaps in his debut and should be more comfortable Week 11 after a bye week against Washington's 25th-ranked pass defense.
Marlon Mack (2.4 YPA) was bottled up for the first time in four games last week and looks to bounce back in Week 11 when the Colts' host the Titans, who defend the pass better than the run.
Doug Baldwin has been targeted 12 times over the last three Seahawks' games, and he may not see enough volume in Week 11 to take advantage of a Packers defense that's allowed seven WRs to post at least 70 yards over their last five games.
Chris Godwin set new season highs in catches (seven) and yards (103) last week, but he enters Tampa Bay's Week 11 meeting with the Giants mired in a four-game touchdown drought after finding paydirt in four of the first five weeks.
Tarik Cohen has caught six or more balls in three of his last five for the Bears entering a Week 11 matchup against a Vikings defense that has allowed seven or more catches or 69 yards receiving or more to five opposing running backs to date.