Jake Elliott will take on the Cowboys in Week 11, and he’ll be an excellent fantasy option in a projected shootout.
Travis Kelce has scored in three straight games, and he seems likely to extend that streak Sunday on the road against a Giants defense that's allowed opposition tight ends to get into the end zone in 10 straight contests dating back to last year.
Stephen Gostkowski has booted at least two field goals in four of the last five games and will face an Oakland Raiders squad surrendering 23.8 points per game, which is 24th in the NFL.
Brandon McManus has connected on multiple field goals in three straight games as the Broncos' offense continues to have trouble getting the ball into the end zone, and he should be in line for more opportunities Sunday at home against a Bengals defense that's allowed 23 FG attempts on the season, fifth most in the league.
Michael Crabtree has yet to top 83 yards in a game this year, but he could get a chance to establish a new season high Sunday at home against a Patriots defense allowing a league-worst 299.4 passing yards a game.
LeSean McCoy has been held under 50 rushing yards in consecutive tilts but will look to bounce back in a big way versus a Los Angeles Chargers defense that is dead last in the NFL in terms of rushing yards allowed per game.
JuJu Smith-Schuster, who has scored in three consecutive games and had 290 yards in his last two games on 17 targets, should continue his rookie breakout Thursday against a mediocre Tennessee Titans pass defense (19th).
Carson Wentz will have a Week 11 matchup against the Cowboys, who have allowed fewer than two passing touchdowns per game over their last five contests.
Jarvis Landry has found the end zone in five of the last six games and will face a Tampa Bay Buccaneers squad that's allowed 15 passing scores in 2017, which is tied for 18th in the NFL.
Michael Thomas continues to put up strong numbers, even as the Saints’ offense has shifted toward a more run-heavy attack and faces a Redskins defense in Week 11 that’s allowed more than 250 receiving yards per game, putting them in the bottom-dozen.
Austin Hooper reached the end zone for the second time in his past three games and faces a Seahawks defense in Week 11 that’s allowed 60-plus yards to an opposing tight end in four of their past five games.
Ryan Succop had his streak of 56 consecutive successful field-goal attempts snapped last week, but is the third-leading scorer in the league (9.4 ppg) entering Week 11 against the Pittsburgh Steelers' second-ranked scoring defense (16.4 ppg) Thursday.
Rob Gronkowski had a touchdown called back Sunday night against the Denver Broncos, but has a great chance to return to the end zone against an Oakland Raiders defense that's allowed 14 throwing scores in 2017, which is tied for 17th in the NFL.
Robert Woods has emerged as the clear No.1 wide receiver for the Rams with 241 yards and four touchdowns in his past two games, so don't be afraid to use him Sunday against a tough Vikings secondary.
Zach Ertz will have a Sunday tilt against the Cowboys, who have allowed just three touchdowns to opposing tight ends the season.
DeAndre Hopkins has been targeted on 38 percent of quarterback Tom Savage's throws the last two weeks and should remain the top target Week 11 against the Arizona Cardinals, who rank 26th in yards allowed to wideouts (169.6 ypg).
Greg Zuerlein is kicking for a Rams offense that's already topped 30 points six times this year after only doing so five times in the previous three seasons, so don't expect Minnesota's defense to limit him too much Sunday.
Le'Veon Bell and the Pittsburgh Steelers face a stout Tennessee Titans rush defense (4th in YPC allowed) Thursday, but the NFL leader in yards from scrimmage should again see a heavy workload of 25-30 touches, especially if the Steelers build a second-half lead.
Dez Bryant will take on the Eagles in Week 11, as he’ll look to attack a secondary that’s allowed at least 80 yards to an opposing wide receiver in each of their last three games.
Chris Boswell has had at least three field-goal attempts in five of nine games this season and should have plenty of scoring opportunities Thursday as the Pittsburgh Steelers face a Tennessee Titans defense that allows 23.7 points per game (22nd).
Alshon Jeffery will take on the Cowboys this Sunday in a strong matchup against the secondary that’s allowed the ninth-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers.
Kareem Hunt hasn't topped 100 rushing yards since Week 5 and hasn't scored since Week 3, but he'll have a great chance to return to his early-season form Sunday on the road against a Giants defense allowing 132.6 rushing yards a game, 30th in the league.
Antonio Brown should bounce back from only his second game this season with fewer than double-digit targets Thursday as the Pittsburgh Steelers face a mediocre Tennessee Titans pass defense (19th).
Derek Carr threw for 300-plus yards for three straight games prior to the Raiders' Week 10 bye, and he stands a good chance of continuing that streak Sunday at home against a Patriots defense allowing a league-worst 299.4 passing yards a game.
Mike Nugent will face the Eagles on Sunday, and he should have plenty of scoring opportunities in a game that looks to be high-scoring.
Tom Brady passed for three touchdowns against what was supposed to be a fearsome passing defense of the Denver Broncos, and this Sunday will clash with an Oakland Raiders squad that's allowed 14 throwing scores in 2017, which is tied for 17th in the NFL.
Eli Manning will have an excellent Week 11 matchup against the Chiefs, who are in the bottom-five in terms of fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks.
Drew Brees didn’t throw for a touchdown last week against the Bills in a 37-point victory, but gets another positive matchup in Week 11 against the Redskins, who gave up 304 passing yards and four touchdowns to Case Keenum last week.
Larry Fitzgerald hasn't scored since Week 6, but his consistent yardage regardless of who starts at quarterback makes the star receiver a high-floor option Sunday against a Texans team that's allowing 253.8 passing yards and 26.8 points per game.
Alex Smith threw his first INT of the season in Week 9's loss to the Cowboys, but coming out of the Chiefs' bye he seems likely to return to his error-free ways Sunday on the road against a Giants defense allowing a 102.8 QB rating against, 29th in the league.
Mark Ingram scored a career-high three touchdowns last week and could find more success in Week 11 against the Redskins, who have allowed 4.1 yards per attempt and seven touchdowns on the ground this season, both in the bottom-half of the league.
Julio Jones still has a single touchdown on the season, but is the target-leader nearly every week, which gives him a relatively high floor in Week 11 against a Richard Sherman-less Seahawks secondary.
A.J. Green is coming off his best game of the season and faces a Denver Broncos defense Sunday that has given up seven passing touchdowns in its last two games.
Jamaal Williams could have ample opportunities Sunday to exploit a Ravens 28th ranked rush defense that allows 125.9 yards per game with Aaron Jones (knee) out and Ty Montgomery (ribs) questionable.
Jamison Crowder will have a Sunday tilt against the Saints, and he could find himself as Washington’s top receiver, as he’s averaged 10 targets over his last two games.
Aldrick Rosas will have a Sunday matchup against the Chiefs, and after averaging over two field-goal attempts over his last four games, he’s becoming a decent fantasy option.
Bruce Ellington should emerge with a larger role and more targets as Will Fuller (ribs) is expected to sit out Week 11 against the Arizona Cardinals, who rank 26th in yards allowed to wide receivers (169.6 ypg).
Latavius Murray has at least 15 carries in four straight games entering Sunday's matchup against a 24th ranked Rams rush defense that allows 118 yards per game but has given up just one touchdown since Week 4.
Ameer Abdullah is seeing increased short-yardage work and has scored in consecutive weeks entering Sunday's matchup against a Bears defense that has allowed eight rushing touchdowns to date, ranking 23rd.
Tevin Coleman could be the clear-cut starter if Devonta Freeman’s concussion keeps him out of Monday’s trip to Seattle, but Coleman will face a tough test either way as the Seahawks are in the top-dozen in terms of rushing yards allowed per game.
A banged up DeMarco Murray is coming off his best game of the season, but it's a short turnaround for Week 11 against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday.
C.J. Anderson continues to see a smaller than expected workload due to the Broncos' offensive struggles, but he could rebound Sunday at home against a Bengals defense allowing 123.6 rushing yards a game, 27th in the league.
Kyle Rudolph has at least seven targets in five straight games, giving him a chance to produce Sunday against a Rams defense that has held all but one opposing tight end to 48 yards or fewer but has allowed four touchdowns to TEs in its last seven games.
Andy Dalton likely will again shoulder the offensive load as the Cincinnati Bengals, who have the league's lowest-ranked rushing game, face a Denver Broncos defense that has allowed 92 points in its last two games.
Brandon LaFell is coming off a season-high 10 targets and faces a Denver Broncos defense Sunday that allowed seven passing touchdowns in its last two games.
Sammy Watkins has scored long touchdowns in consecutive weeks and his penchant for big plays makes the speedster worth a look for upside-hunting owners Sunday in Minnesota.
Jermaine Gresham has gotten into the end zone in both of Drew Stanton's starts, so don't be surprised if he scores again Sunday against a Texans defense that's allowing 26.8 points per game.
Alex Collins has gotten double-digit carries in five straight games, solidifying his spot as the Ravens' lead back heading into Sunday's road matchup against a Packers defense allowing 111 rushing yards a game, 17th in the league.
Tyreek Hill's big-play ability has kept him productive despite not seeing more than eight targets or nine touches in a game this season, and in Sunday's road tilt he should be able to exploit a reeling Giants defense that's giving up 275.9 receiving yards a game, 29th in the league.
Jordan Howard has failed to score in each of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky's first five starts, but faces a Lions defense Sunday that has allowed 10 rushing touchdowns, the second highest total in the league.