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New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers - Thursday 8:25pm

New Orleans Saints

Drew Brees - - Coming off a strong performance and has a solid matchup, though the Saints have had issues on the road and the Panthers defense has started to show some life. Still he can light it up any week and should continue to be started.

Mark Ingram - - Coming off a big game as the threat of the pass makes it tough on defenses to slow the running game. While Saints running backs can be very hit or miss, the great matchup could make him a worthy option. Still not a gimme, but probably worth rolling the dice on.
Pierre Thomas - - Expected to be out again as he deals with injuries and even if he is back, he really hasn't produced enough to merit starting him considering the other options in the mix for the Saints.
Khiry Robinson - - Dealing with an arm injury, though with Ingram rolling who knows if he would see much action, so I'd play it safe and avoid him even if he is able to suit up.
Travaris Cadet - - Continues to make plays as a receiver, though still would feel better relying on a running back that is more involved in the offense. If you are really hosed and in a PPR league, he could do enough to help you out.

Marques Colston - - Continues to be inconsistent and frustrating to his fantasy owners, though he has shown he can bounce back any given week. Not a bad matchup, so certainly a guy that can get the job done.
Brandin Cooks - - Coming off a huge game as he continues to make big plays, though has had some ups and downs, like many rookies. Not a bad matchup, so certainly a guy worth taking a chance on to see if he can keep it rolling.
Kenny Stills - - Still not consistently producing enough to consider him an ideal starting option. Though he can break a big play at any time, so does have some upside.
Robert Meachem - - Is just too likely to put up a goose egg to consider gambling on him just in case he makes one of those rare big plays.

Jimmy Graham - - Still dealing with that shoulder injury, but finally got it going during the second half on Sunday night. Now that he produced while not 100%, he must be back in the lineup.
Ben Watson - - He has no business being started on a fantasy team unless Graham is out and even then he is a risky option. With Graham expected to roll again, you can forget about him.

Shayne Graham - - The Panthers defense has come on and could make it tough on the Saints to find the end zone, which could mean another busy day for Golden Graham.

New Orleans Saints - - The defense is coming off a big game, though they have struggled the rest of the year. Facing a solid offense this week and the Saints have struggled on the road, so again probably not worth starting.

Carolina Panthers

Cam Newton - - Coming off a rough game, though faces a much easier task against a struggling Saints pass defense, so expect him to bounce back. His legs should give the Saints some trouble as well.

DeAngelo Williams - - Expected to return from that ankle injury, though the Saints run defense is solid and who knows how large a role he will have with Stewart stepping it up.
Jonathan Stewart - - Coming off a solid game, though the return of Williams likely will limit his touches. Just too much risk with the running game back to a full blown RB by committee.

Kelvin Benjamin - - The rookie continues to produce and has a great matchup to exploit, so if you took him out last week, make sure you plug him back into your starting lineup.
Jerricho Cotchery - - While he has the matchup to get it done, he just hasn't been producing near enough to consider him much of an option, unless you are really in a bind.
Jason Avant - - His good times are very rare, so I'd continue to strongly consider other options.
Brenton Bersin - - Just not seeing many targets, so I'd continue to ignore him and find another option.

Greg Olsen - - Struggled last week as the Seahawks focused on taking him out of the game plan. Expect him to bounce back against a struggling Saints pass defense.

Graham Gano - - The offense should bounce back against a struggling Saints defense, so there should be plenty of scoring chances for Gano.

Carolina Panthers - - The defense has started to get back on track, though will have its hands full against a good Saints offense. The road woes of New Orleans certainly could help their cause, but don't have as much upside as most weeks.

Favorite: New Orleans Saints by 2.5
Prediction: Carolina Panthers 23 - New Orleans Saints 20


San Diego Chargers at Miami Dolphins - Sunday 1:00pm

San Diego Chargers

Philip Rivers - - Continues to light up the scoreboard, though definitely will have his hands full with a tough Dolphins pass defense, especially since the Chargers are making the cross country trek. On the plus side, they have a few extra days to prep and have been tearing it up via the air.

Ryan Mathews - - Could be back from that injured knee, though you have to wonder if he'd be ready to carry the full load or if Oliver has earned enough touches to turn this into a full blown RB by committee. Not a bad matchup, but it may be best to play it safe and see how this situation plays out.
Branden Oliver - - With Mathews potentially returning, his value will likely take a beating. May still see a role, but probably would be wise to pass on him and see how this plays out. If Mathews is out again, the matchup should help his cause and he can probably be bumped to a three football option.
Donald Brown - - Still dealing with the concussion and with the bye coming next week, he is liable to sit out again.
Ronnie Brown - - Wasn't touching the ball much even with Mathews out, so with his return looking possible, there is definitely no reason to rely on him.

Keenan Allen - - Coming off a strong game, although he certainly will have all he can handle against a tough Dolphins pass defense. That being said, he certainly can get the job done against anyone, so unless you are loaded with options (Which may be more unlikely with six teams on bye), you should probably keep riding him.
Malcom Floyd - - Has been up and down this season, though may not be the ideal week to utilize him against a strong Dolphins pass defense (Although having Philip Rivers throwing you the ball certainly helps).
Eddie Royal - - His value continues to be very touchdown dependent, so expect him to be hit or miss. Faces a tough Dolphins pass defense on the road, so may be more likely to miss this week.

Antonio Gates - - Coming off another huge game as he continues to channel his younger self and give all defenses fits. While he does face a strong pass defense, he is just rolling too well to not consider him as your starting tight end (Or wide receiver in non-TE leagues).
Ladarius Green - - While he will make a big play on occasion, he continues to be too inconsistent to merit taking a chance on him.

Nick Novak - - The Dolphins defense is pretty tough, so that could mean the Chargers are forced to settle for more field goal attempts, which should help Novak's fantasy cause.

San Diego Chargers - - The defense has really cooled off of late and head on the road to face an offense that has quietly been pretty solid. Sure they could make some plays, but don't pass the what have you done for me lately test.

Miami Dolphins

Ryan Tannehill - - He really has quietly produced some nice numbers in 2014 and surprisingly enough he is still sitting on some waiver wires. Definitely worth grabbing, although it may not be the ideal week to rely on him, though you can certainly do much worse.

Lamar Miller - - Continues to run the ball well and not a bad matchup as the Chargers have an average run defense. Expect him to be busy as the Dolphins try to control the clock and keep Rivers on the sidelines.
Daniel Thomas - - While he may get a handful of touches, there are just way too few of them to consider him for your fantasy team.

Mike Wallace - - Was held out of the end zone, which limited his fantasy value last week and didn't allow him to exploit the good matchup. Has a taller order against a good Chargers pass defense, though he is certainly a guy that can find the end zone any week, so still worth giving him a shot if needed.
Brian Hartline - - He continues to be about as useful as an empty keg of beer, so there is no reason you should be considering him for even a roster spot at this point.
Jarvis Landry - - While he appears to have passed up Hartline in the pecking order, he is still not producing enough to merit starting him, especially when you factor in the poor matchup against the Chargers.
Brandon Gibson - - Dealing with a knee injury and even if he were 100%, he has little to no fantasy value.

Charles Clay - - He may have some good times, but for the most part he has been quiet this season. While he could be worth a gamble if you are really desperate, I wouldn't feel good about it against a strong Chargers pass defense.
Dion Sims - - Still not being used much, so I'd continue to bypass his name when filling out your lineup.

Caleb Sturgis - - The offense has been pretty effective, though finding the end zone could be quite challenging against a good Chargers defense, so Sturgis may need to come up big.

Miami Dolphins - - The defense is coming off a huge performance, though expect them to take a step back against a talented Chargers passing attack that has been lighting it up.

Favorite: Miami Dolphins by 1.5
Prediction: San Diego Chargers 23 - Miami Dolphins 20


Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals - Sunday 1:00pm

Jacksonville Jaguars

Blake Bortles - - The rookie needs to cut down on those interceptions as he threw two last week, both of which turned into pick sixes. Faces a banged up defense that has had some issues, though usually is pretty good at home, so may be best to explore other options.

Denard Robinson - - Has been rolling and should continue to be the go to running back, though the Jaguars worry about him holding up for the long haul. Should again get his touches and faces a Bengals defense that has struggled against the run, so should have some nice upside.
Toby Gerhart - - While there are concerns as to whether Robinson can hold up to a full load, there are no indications that Gerhart will suddenly return to having a hefty role in the offense. So I'd continue to forget about relying on him.
Storm Johnson - - With Robinson rolling and Gerhart back, he returns to having zero fantasy value.

Cecil Shorts - - While he is getting a ton of targets, the struggled of Bortles haven't helped his cause. He should again be busy against a struggling pass defense (Albeit one with talent), but needs to start turning those targets into bigger points.
Allen Robinson - - The rookie continues to make plays and has a solid matchup and the Jaguars are liable to again be playing catch up, which could allow him to merit a shot.
Allen Hurns - - At least the rookie did a little bit last time out, though he still isn't a guy you want to be forced to rely on.
Ace Sanders - - Move along please. No fantasy value to be found here.
Marqise Lee - - You didn't move far enough as there is still no fantasy value.

Clay Harbor - - He has been extremely volatile, but this week's matchup against a Bengals defense that has struggled to contain the tight end could make him a good gamble.

Josh Scobee - - The offense continues to struggle, though the Bengals defense has cooled off of late, albeit showed some signs of life against the Ravens. If the offense can find some success, the end zone likely will be tough to find, which could lead to Scobee field goals.

Jacksonville Jaguars - - The defense has had some moments, but will have their hands full on the road against a solid offense. They could take advantage of Andy Dalton's propensity at times to do something stupid.

Cincinnati Bengals

Andy Dalton - - Coming off a nice game thanks to a pair of rushing touchdowns and has a favorable matchup to exploit. Though you have to wonder if the Bengals will ride the running game more this week, which could limit his upside (Though he certainly could light it up via the air, especially if Green returns). Considering the matchup, I wouldn't shy away from him, especially if Green returns.

Giovani Bernard - - Out with injured hip, so you will need to try and find another option, which may not be fun with so many good players on bye.
Jeremy Hill - - With Bernard out, Hill should be the main man, which couldn't come at a better time as he faces the Jaguars poor run defense. I wouldn't be surprised if he wound up as one of the top producers of the week, so I'd strongly consider starting him.
Cedric Peerman - - Likely will be the change of pace guy to Hill, which with a good matchup could allow him to surprise and help the desperate.

A.J. Green - - Another week of wait and see on Green's toe. If he can go, he could be limited or used as a decoy. On the plus side, he has a plus matchup against a struggling Jaguars defense, so if he can go, he is probably worth rolling the dice on.
Mohamed Sanu - - Coming off another nice game and has a great matchup to exploit. The return of Green could help or hurt his cause, but my gut would downgrade him to a three football option if Green sounds mostly healthy.
Brandon Tate - - just not producing much even with Green sidelined. So it really doesn't matter if A.J. returns this week or not as Tate will not really have any fantasy value.
Greg Little - - His role expanded last week against the Ravens and if Green is out, he could see some decent action again. That being said, he still probably won't be productive enough to merit taking a chance on him.

Jermaine Gresham - - Was quiet last week, though he has had flashes with Green out. A good matchup and the potential Green sits again could help his cause, so could pay off if you are in bye week hell and need to roll with him.

Mike Nugent - - The offense should be able to put up plenty of points at home against a struggling Jaguars defense, so hopefully Nugent can split the uprights when he gets chances.

Cincinnati Bengals - - The defense has the tools to be elite, but they have struggled of late. This week they could be aided by hosting a struggling Jaguars offense led by a rookie QB who tossed a pair of pick sixes last week.

Favorite: Cincinnati Bengals by 11
Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals 27 - Jacksonville Jaguars 13


Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Cleveland Browns - Sunday 1:00pm

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Mike Glennon - - Cooled off last week, but will have a legitimate chance to bounce back against a Browns defense that has had some struggles. Playing on the road may not help, but he has the weapons to produce and could help some teams that are in bye week hell.

Doug Martin - - Coming off another disappointing effort and dealing with an injured ankle. Does have a good matchup, so if the ankle is fine, he could surprise, though with Sims also potentially back, we could see an expanded RB by committee.
Charles Sims - - Could be activated this week and while his future could be bright, I'd forget about starting him until he proves he is worthy. I would certainly consider grabbing him and stashing him on the bench in case he gets a shot down the line.
Bobby Rainey - - With Martin banged up again, he could see an expanded role in the offense (Though watch the status of Sims). His receiving skills and a good matchup help and if Martin is out, I'd probably upgrade him and consider him for your lineup.

Vincent Jackson - - After being rumored to be on the move, he is still a Buc. A good matchup should help his cause, although he has been inconsistent and could see a good bit of Mr. Haden, although plenty of WR1s have produced against the Browns.
Mike Evans - - The rookie continues to flash potential and with a good matchup, he has more than enough upside to justify a starting spot against the Browns.
Louis Murphy - - Just not being targeted enough, so regardless of how good the matchup is, he just isn't worth the trouble.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins - - Scored his first career touchdown last week, but then a crucial fumble cost the Bucs the game. Still the future looks bright and he does have a nice matchup, so with all the bye weeks in play, he could just pay off if you need to gamble.
Brandon Myers - - Just not being used much as the rookie continues to step up his game. You should completely forget about him, if for some reason you already haven't.

Patrick Murray - - The offense has been hit and miss, though they do have a good matchup so could be a busy week. Still a hit or miss option, but one that could pay off if your options are limited.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers - - The defense has shown flashes, but lost a couple key contributors to trades, so they could take another step back. Browns have had some issues, though typically have taken care of the ball, so probably not a worthy option.

Cleveland Browns

Brian Hoyer - - Has had some nice moments, but has been hit and miss. A good matchup should give him a little more upside and make him worth rolling the dice on if you are in need of QB help.

Isaiah Crowell - - It seems the Browns are playing the hot hand as the backup to Tate, so I'd avoid both Crowell and West since there is too much risk. Its a shame since they have a good matchup and I guess if you are really in a bind, you could close your eyes, pick one of them and pray.
Terrance West - - See Crowell and apply the same logic (So head to church and pray for production, which he certainly could put up).

Andrew Hawkins - - Continues to be targeted often and faces a struggling pass defense, so could be a nice gamble, especially in PPR leagues.
Taylor Gabriel - - The rookie has shown flashes and while he has a tasty matchup, he may be too inconsistent to consider him a viable fantasy option.
Miles Austin - - He still isn't producing much fantasy wise, so even with a good mathcup, I'd be hard pressed to plug him into your lineup.
Travis Benjamin - - After a hot run earlier in the season, his production has fallen hard. He does have a great matchup, so if you really need to reach, he could certainly surprise, but need to be prepared for a potential goose egg as well.

Jordan Cameron - - Dealing with another concussion and sounds unlikely to be cleared for Sunday and with a Thursday game next week, he may be hard pressed to play in that one, so you probably need to make arrangements. If he does somehow play, he does have a good matchup to exploit.
Jim Dray - - With Cameron injured again, maybe Dray can exploit a good matchup and surprise, but I'd much rather go with a more proven option, assuming you can find one.

Billy Cundiff - - The offense has been solid and should benefit from facing a struggling defense that traded away a couple key cogs, which can only help the Browns cause, which should lead to scoring chances for Cundiff.

Cleveland Browns - - The defense has made plenty of big plays, but hasn't really lived up to the hype. Facing an inconsistent Bucs offense at home, so certainly could put it together this week and get the job done.

Favorite: Cleveland Browns by 6.5
Prediction: Cleveland Browns 27 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17


New York Jets at Kansas City Chiefs - Sunday 1:00pm

New York Jets

Michael Vick - - Looks like he will get the start, though faces a tough defense, but his legs should give him enough potential to take a big gamble on (In many scoring systems) if you are really in a bind. I'd still prefer to avoid him if at all possible, but if you really need him, he could pay off.
Geno Smith - - Benched last week and appears that Vick will get the start this week. Even if Smith starts, I'd play it safe and avoid him since the could be on very thin ice.

Chris Ivory - - Coming off another strong performance with a pair of touchdowns as he has pretty much for CJ2K and Powell in the rear view mirror. Not the best matchup, especially on the road, but likely will be a key part of the offensive gameplan and Chiefs have had some issues against the run.
Chris Johnson - - Still not being used much, so I'd continue to explore other options.
Bilal Powell - - Found the end zone last week in a mop up role, but Ivory is the main man and he likely won't see enough touches to merit taking a chance on him.

Eric Decker - - Should continue to get his looks, though Harvin could cut into his touches somewhat. Still there aren't many options in the passing game, so Decker should still be busy enough to be worth starting if needed.
Percy Harvin - - Looks like the Jets may make a concerted effort to get him the ball. Tough matchup, but he can make a big play at any time, so if you are in a bind, you could roll the dice and hope he breaks one.
Jeremy Kerley - - Continues to put up disappointing numbers and with a rough matchup in a hostile building, there is no reason you should be starting him.

Jeff Cumberland - - If for some reason you haven't already forgotten about him, it is safe to do so now with Amaro firmly the man at TE, at least fantasy wise.
Jace Amaro - - While he has come on of late, he is still not producing quite enough to merit taking a chance on him against a strong pass defense like the Chiefs employ.

Nick Folk - - The offense is a mess at the moment and has made a QB change. While maybe that helps, they play on the road in front of a crazy loud crowd against a good defense. Points may be hard to come by.

New York Jets - - The defense has had some moments, but will have their hands full fantasy wise with a capable offense that plays it safe and doesn't make many mistakes.

Kansas City Chiefs

Alex Smith - - That injured shoulder should not be a factor, but he continues to put up limited fantasy numbers as he just isn't asked to do all that much. Faces a capable Jets defense, albeit one that has had some issues against the pass, so maybe he can toss a couple touchdown passes or something, maybe.

Jamaal Charles - - Continues to dominate, though definitely will have his hands full against a solid Jets defense, though he can get it done against anyone, so you definitely need to keep riding your stud runner.
Knile Davis - - Put up some nice garbage time numbers and maybe he can get some touches late again, though the Jets defense has been tough to run on. Hard to rely on him since he could see too few touches.
De'Anthony Thomas - - Sure he caught a few passes last week, but if you ask yourself, do you really think starting the rookie would be a good idea, what answer do you get? Didn't think you'd really want to start him.

Dwayne Bowe - - Still hasn't really found his groove, although he did show a little life last week. Jets are tough to run on, but have been susceptible to the pass, so maybe Bowe could surprise if you are in need of him to help you out of a bye week pinch.
A.J. Jenkins - - Has done nothing to have earned a starting nod in the fantasy world, so I'd continue to explore other options.
Junior Hemingway - - I really hope you are not anywhere near this desperate for WR help.
Frankie Hammond - - Move along, nothing to be found here that can help your fantasy squad.

Travis Kelce - - Still hasn't really taken off, but continues to put up solid numbers and not a bad matchup as the Jets have has some issues against the pass.
Anthony Fasano - - Still not being used enough as a receiver to consider him worthy of a shot.

Cairo Santos - - The offense has been solid, though are facing a capable Jets defense that could force them to settle for some FG attempts.

Kansas City Chiefs - - The defense is coming off a big game and get to host an offense that has really struggled to take care of the ball and in the midst of a QB change. Definitely plenty of potential for a huge performance.

Favorite: Kansas City Chiefs by 9.5
Prediction: Kansas City Chiefs 20 - New York Jets 10


Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys - Sunday 1:00pm

Arizona Cardinals

Carson Palmer - - Coming off another nice game and while he faces a Cowboys defense that has been solid, he has the weapons to still get the job done.

Andre Ellington - - Continues to produce and with Taylor out, he shouldn't have to worry about losing many touches. Add in the Cowboys have had some issues against the run and that could allow Ellington to put u strong numbers.
Stepfan Taylor - - Expected to miss anywhere from 2-4 weeks with an injured calf.
Marion Grice - - With Taylor out, maybe the rookie will get a handful of touches, but it is unlikely he has any fantasy value.

Michael Floyd - - Has been quiet the last couple times out, so suddenly there is a little reason to be worried. Not the ideal matchup, though he is capable of getting back on track at any time.
Larry Fitzgerald - - Coming off a big game, but he has something against the Eagles it seems as he has always produced against them. Faces a tougher matchup, but at least he is starting to show some life, so in a bye heavy week, he certainly is worth counting on.
John Brown - - Coming off a huge game as he tries to force his way into a larger role (Which may be part of the reason Floyd is slipping). Not the best matchup, but there are worse receivers to take a chance on in the dreaded bye week hell that is Week Nine.
Ted Ginn Jr. - - Still not being used much as a receiver, so I'd continue to forget about relying on him.

John Carlson - - His targets to just too few and far between to consider him much of an option in the realm of fantasy football.

Chandler Catanzaro - - The Cowboys defense has played well this season, especially at home, which could mean the Cardinals are forced to settle for a few FG attempts this week.

Arizona Cardinals - - The defense continues to produce, though facing an offense that has been playing well (Although maybe the Redskins found the blueprint last week). Romo has been known to make some stupid decisions during his career, so there is always a chance for big plays against Dallas.

Dallas Cowboys

Tony Romo - - Has a great matchup, but dealing with a back injury. If he can play, has plenty of upside, but the back can be tricky and he could be susceptible to being knocked out. If he can play, his upside may make him worth the risk.
Brandon Weeden - - Would start if Romo can't play and does have a good matchup and plenty of weapons, though he has a limited history of success, so I'd be hesitant to rely on him unless your options at iffy.

DeMarco Murray - - Another week, another 100 yard performance as he extends his record to eight games to open the season. May face his toughest test against the Cardinals strong run defense, but he has arguably been the MVP of the league and is too hot to ever sit. So keep on riding him, even with the tough matchup.
Joseph Randle - - Still nothing more than a handcuff to Murray.
Lance Dunbar - - While he gets an occasional bone thrown his way, he is nowhere near productive enough to consider him a viable fantasy option.

Dez Bryant - - While he was quiet against the Redskins, whose pass defense is pretty good, he should bounce back against the Cardinals who have had issues defending the pass. Even if Romo can't go, he is too talented to sit, especially when you consider the matchup.
Terrance Williams - - Has been hit and miss, though has a good matchup, so definitely could bounce back against the Cardinals. While his ceiling may be limited, he is certainly capable of producing enough to make a nice starting option, although he becomes a riskier option if Romo can't go.
Cole Beasley - - While he may have his moments, for the most part he has struggled to produce making him a very risky option with limited upside.
Devin Street - - Still not being used much, so it should be safe to continue to ignore the rookie.

Jason Witten - - Finally the Witten has come back to fantasy relevance. Still not the option he once was, but a good matchup should help his cause.
Gavin Escobar - - While he has shown flashes, most of the time he has done way too little to consider him worth starting, so hopefully you aren't forced to reach this far for TE help.

Dan Bailey - - The offense has been playing well, though could find the end zone hard to come by against a capable Cardinals defense, which could mean another busy week for the uber accurate Bailey.

Dallas Cowboys - - The loss of Durant is a big blow, though they still have talent and are facing a QB that has a propensity for throwing interceptions, though he has done a better job this season.

Favorite: Dallas Cowboys by 4
Prediction: Arizona Cardinals 27 - Dallas Cowboys 23


Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings - Sunday 1:00pm

Washington Redskins

Robert Griffin III - - Expected to return and get the start, but watch the situation closely. Faces a good pass defense in his return, though if he is able to use his legs, he can pile up points as a runner. Bigger gamble than usual, so it may be best to let him knock of the rust while on the bench if you can wait.
Colt McCoy - - Coming off a nice performance, though faces a Vikings pass defense that is tough and often overlooked, assuming he gets the start (Which seems unlikely at this point). Has the weapons to get it done, but has a history of inconsistency, so with a tough matchup, it may be best to look elsewhere if you can.

Alfred Morris - - Coming off a nice game on MNF and faces a defense that has been easier to run on than to throw on. With the QB situation up in the air, they may lean more on the running game, which could bode well for Morris.
Roy Helu - - His lack of touches make him too big of a risk to consider worth starting, especially against a good Vikings defense.

Pierre Garcon - - Was quiet last week, though he typically is pretty involved in the offense. If RG3 is back, it could definitely boost his value, but faces a tough Vikings pass defense, so he may find the going tougher than usual.
DeSean Jackson - - Coming off another nice game as he continues to make big plays. Dealing with another possible QB change if RG3 can return, but he can light it up any week. Though the Vikings have a pretty good pass defense, so he may be a riskier start than usual.
Andre Roberts - - While he has made some plays, he just hasn't made enough to them to consider him worth taking a chance on, especially against a good pass defense.

Jordan Reed - - Has the potential to get it done any week and McCoy looked his way often. Tough matchup against the Vikings makes him a riskier start, but he has the talent to produce regardless.
Niles Paul - - Just not involved in the passing game enough with Reed in the mix, so I'd continue to explore other options.

Kai Forbath - - The offense has been hit or miss and facing a good Vikings defense. This could mean the Redskins are forced to settle for field goals.

Washington Redskins - - The defense was solid last week and could benefit from facing a rookie QB that is still learning the ropes. So they do have some nice upside, though they have struggled to produce fantasy wise much of the season.

Minnesota Vikings

Teddy Bridgewater - - The rookie has shown flashes of potential, though he faces a tough defense, so it may be a good week to explore other options.

Jerick McKinnon - - Continues to produce, though he definitely needs to bring it against a good Redskins run defense, he again should be quite busy to help take pressure off the passing game.
Matt Asiata - - Just not seeing enough touches to consider him worth taking a chance on, especially against a good defense.
Ben Tate - - At least he found the end zone against the Raiders, so wasn't a total disappointment. Another good matchup gives him upside again, so probably worth starting and hopefully he can bounce back and put up big numbers this time around.

Greg Jennings - - Found the end zone against the Bucs, but faces a much tougher task against a good Redskins defense. Since he has been hit or miss, it may be wise to bypass him considering the tough matchup.
Cordarrelle Patterson - - Dealing with an injured ankle, but is expected to play. A tough matchup won't help his cause, though he is capable of breaking a big play at any time.
Jarius Wright - - While he is capable of making big plays, the lack of targets and tough matchup make him a too big of a risk to rely on.

Chase Ford - - Was quietly productive, so it looks like Bridgewater may try to get him involved some. Still would like to see a little more from him before starting him, especially considering the tough matchup ahead of him.

Blair Walsh - - The offense has been up and down, but may be a little risky against a strong defense. At least at home they could move the ball, but struggle to finish, so Walsh certainly could get it done.

Minnesota Vikings - - The Vikings have been on a roll defensively and facing an up and down offense with a backup or a rusty returnee under center. So they could be worth taking another chance on, especially since they are hosting the Redskins.

Favorite: Minnesota Vikings by 2.5
Prediction: Washington Redskins 16 - Minnesota Vikings 13


Philadelphia Eagles at Houston Texans - Sunday 1:00pm

Philadelphia Eagles

Nick Foles - - Coming off a huge game and faces a defense that has had issues against the pass. Just needs his o-line to get him the necessary protection and he can take advantage of his weapons to have another big game.

LeSean McCoy - - Put up solid numbers, so maybe he is finally starting to get it going, though the return of Sproles could cut into some of his touches. Not the ideal matchup, but when he is on, he can get it done against anyone. So you need to be awfully loaded at RB to consider sitting McCoy.
Darren Sproles - - Expected to be back from that injured knee and should be back to his usual role, or at least close to it. Can break a big play on any touch, though that can make him a boom or bust option at times. While the Texans run defense is solid, his receiving skills could give them fits.
Chris Polk - - With Sproles expected back, his very limited value will take a big hit, dropping him to zero fantasy value.

Jeremy Maclin - - After slipping a little of late, he busted out in a huge way last week. Another good matchup gives him a ton of upside, so definitely need to make sure he remains in your starting lineup.
Jordan Matthews - - Coming off a solid performance as the rookie has shown he can get it done, though has been inconsistent like most rookies. A good matchup should give him a chance to get it done.
Riley Cooper - - Continues to step back up with Matthews pushing him and has a good matchup, so definitely worth considering for your starting lineup. With so many options, especially with Sproles back, he can be hit or miss, but probably worth the trouble.

Zach Ertz - - Has the talent to produce against anyone and does have a nice matchup, but continues to be hit or miss. Still worth taking a chance on him since he is on a good offense and has a good matchup, so could certainly get a shot at the end zone.
Brent Celek - - Since he sees limited targets, he likely needs a touchdown to merit a start. And while he is capable of finding the end zone, it probably isn't likely, so it is probably best to look elsewhere for TE help.

Cody Parkey - - A capable Texans defense could make it tough for the Eagles to finish drives, especially playing in Houston, so they may be forced to heavily rely on the leg of the rookie.

Philadelphia Eagles - - The defense finally took a tumble last week, though will have a chance to get it going again as Fitzpatrick has struggled with taking care of the ball at times.

Houston Texans

Ryan Fitzpatrick - - While he hasn't had many good performances, he has been solid often and has plenty of weapons. A good matchup should give him a little extra upside, so if you are in a bind and need him, he could help your cause.

Arian Foster - - Just resting the knee, but don't forget to at least play it safe and check Sunday. As long as he plays, he continues to be a must start. Great matchup, so should be in for a huge day.
Alfred Blue - - Dealing with an ankle injury, though has no real value unless Foster is out, which is unlikely as he is just resting the knee.
Jonathan Grimes - - With Blue banged up, there is a very slim chance he could get an extended look if both Foster and Blue were scratched, which seems highly unlikely.

Andre Johnson - - Dealing with an injured ankle, but should be good to go. A good matchup should help and he should be targeted often, though it would be a plus if he can get back into the end zone.
DeAndre Hopkins - - While AJ is being targeted more frequently, Hopkins continues to put up nice numbers and with a good matchup, he should be a nice option again.
Damaris Johnson - - Continues to be useless, so continue to forget about considering him.

Garrett Graham - - While he has enough talent to produce, he just hasn't had the opportunities, so I'd continue to forget about starting him.

Randy Bullock - - The Texans offense has a good matchup, so they should be able to put up points and give Bullock plenty of scoring chances.

Houston Texans - - The defense faces a talented offense that has been rolling, so could be in for a tough day. At least they have J.J. Watt who continues to make plays, so anything can happen.

Favorite: Philadelphia Eagles by 2.5
Prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 26 - Houston Texans 23


Saint Louis Rams at San Francisco 49ers - Sunday 4:05pm

Saint Louis Rams

Austin Davis - - Coming off a tough week and could be without his top two WRs. Add in the tough matchup, on the road to boot, and it may be very wise to forget about gambling on him.

Tre Mason - - After giving owners high hopes a couple weeks back, he did little and is mired in a three-headed RB by committee. If you were thinking of rolling the dice, consider the tough matchup and play it safe with another option.
Benny Cunningham - - The touches may be split three ways and has a tough matchup, so probably not a wise starting option. Sure he found the end zone in the previous meeting with the 49ers, but that was at home and he would have done nothing without the touchdown.
Zac Stacy - - Appears to be the 3rd option in the RB by committee, so not a guy worth chancing anymore, especially with a tough matchup.

Brian Quick - - Placed on injured reserve with an injured shoulder, so just as he was living up to his potential, he is done.
Kenny Britt - - The loss of Quick could mean Britt steps up, but he is dealing with a hip injury and a tough matchup, so I'd play it safe and avoid him this week.
Tavon Austin - - With Quick out and Britt banged up, he could certainly get a chance to use his big play ability. With a tough matchup and the offense in a funk, I'd probably play it safe and pass on him.
Chris Givens - - Sure he could get a chance and step up finally, but considering the tough matchup, it may be wise to avoid the situation entirely.
Stedman Bailey - - Could get extended looks with injuries piling up, but with a tough matchup, it is probably in your best interest to look elsewhere.

Jared Cook - - Has his moments and with the WR position banged up, the tight ends could be leaned upon more. The question is, which one, if either, will step up. A tough matchup, though he did have some success in the previous meeting, so he could surprise.
Lance Kendricks - - Could be used more with Quick out and Britt banged up, but not the best matchup and probably a little too risky to rely on.

Greg Zuerlein - - With the offense currently a mess and without their go to WR, it may be wise to look elsewhere since they play a tough 49ers defense.

St. Louis Rams - - The addition of Barron could help them down the stretch, but this week they will have their hands full with a good 49ers offense that gave them fits earlier in the season.

San Francisco 49ers

Colin Kaepernick - - Went off on the Rams in the previous meeting, so even though they are tough to throw on, he is more than capable of lighting them up. Add in his ability to run and he has a ton of upside and should be a very strong starting option.

Frank Gore - - While he has cooled off lately and struggled against the Rams in the previous meeting, he steps back up just when you start to count him out and the Rams run defense has struggled this season.
Carlos Hyde - - The rookie has been inconsistent as have his touches, but if the 49ers can get a big lead, he could be busy late against a bad run defense. Thus if you are in a bind, he could be worth taking a chance on.

Michael Crabtree - - Maybe coming out of the bye, the 49ers will figure out to get him more involved. Not the ideal matchup, though he had some success in the previous meeting with a touchdown.
Anquan Boldin - - Had a huge game in the previous meeting, though he has been a little up and down, like much of the 49ers passing game.
Stevie Johnson - - Has been a nice touchdown threat, but his yardage and receptions leave something to be desired. Not the ideal matchup this week, so may be best if you can find another starting option.
Brandon Lloyd - - Is capable of making a big play, but if he doesn't he will likely get you nothing, so I would pass on him.

Vernon Davis - - Was quiet last time out, but the bye should have allowed him to get close to 100%. Not the ideal matchup, though he has had success against the Rams in the past (Just not in the previous meeting this season).

Phil Dawson - - The offense should be able to get back on track coming out of the bye, which should lead to plenty of scoring chances for Dawson.

San Francisco 49ers - - The defense should come out angry after being lit up by Peyton Manning last time out and they face an offense that has struggled, so expect them to get back on track.

Favorite: San Francisco 49ers by 9.5
Prediction: San Francisco 49ers 27 - Saint Louis Rams 7


Denver Broncos at New England Patriots - Sunday 4:25pm

Denver Broncos

Peyton Manning - - Continues to light it up and has had plenty of success against the Patriots, though this may be the best New England pass defense he has faced. Still don't even need to think about this if you have him, start him. No questions asked.

C.J. Anderson - - In the same boar as Thompson, so probably not a guy worth considering.
Juwan Thompson - - With Hillman banged up, he could be pressed into a larger role in the offense, but unless Hillman is scratched, there is no reason to gamble on him (And even if Hillman is out, who knows how the carries would breakdown).
Montee Ball - - Looks like he will miss more time than expected with that injured groin as he is likely out again this week. If he isn't careful, he could return to being the 2nd fiddle to Hillman.
Ronnie Hillman - - Dealing with a shoulder injury, but as long as he goes, he has a good matchup to exploit. Ther eis risk Manning gets pulled into a pissing contest with Brady and limits the running, but more than likely he will use him a good bit to attack the Patriots Achilles Heel.

Demaryius Thomas - - He can light it uo any week, so even though he is liable to spend a lot of time on Revis island, he is just way too talented to consider sitting.
Emmanuel Sanders - - Go figure, I sat him and he really went off (Though don't feel bad for me as I set a league record in points in a week even without him). A tough matchup could make him riskier, but after last week and with Manning throwing him the ball, you have to ride him.
Wes Welker - - Has been quiet, though maybe facing his former team is just what the doctor ordered. Hasn't been worth starting yet, but if you are suffering from the bye week blues, he could pay off.
Andre Caldwell - - Has been a long time since he has been useful, which means now that we don't think it will happen again, it probably will. I sure as heck wouldn't want to rely on him, even if the game has shootout written all over it.

Julius Thomas - - Coming off a bad performance, but you have seen what he is capable of, right? If you have him, don't walk, run to your lineup card and make sure you have him in the lineup.
Jacob Tamme - - While on rare occasion he gets it done, just not enough upside to merit gambling on him.

Brandon McManus - - Playing on the road could mean the Broncos are forced to settle for some FGs, which could lead to a big day for the rookie kicker.

Denver Broncos - - The defense is improved, but will have their hands full this week against the Patriots offense, that may be rolling as well, if not better, than the Broncos offense.

New England Patriots

Tom Brady - - Coming off another big game and while the Broncos have a good pass defense, this game has shootout written all over it, so keep on riding him.

Jonas Gray - - Was the main RB last week, but who knows what this week will bring. If you are in a bind, he could pay off, but still would rather avoid the up-in-the-air Patriots running game. Not to mention, the Broncos run defense is pretty solid.
Shane Vereen - - Was quiet against the Bears, but he is capable of getting it done any week, especially as a receiver. Risky option, but in a shootout, he is probably worth the gamble.
Brandon Bolden - - So much for being used last week. Just goes to show nobody has a clue how Belichick will use his RBs any given week. After no touches last week, I'd stay away.
LeGarrette Blount - - Still not getting enough touches or goal line chances to consider him worth starting.
James White - - Still not being used enough, so continue to forget about him.

Brandon LaFell - - Has really stepped it up and with a solid matchup in a potential shootout, probably should keep riding him to see if he can keep the good times rolling.
Julian Edelman - - With LaFell stepping up, Edelman has slipped, but not a bad matchup and he can get back on track at anytime. Certainly has earned a start considering his successful track record.
Danny Amendola - - Still not producing much, so I'd continue to forget about relying on him.
Aaron Dobson - - Still nowhere to be found, so continue to forget him.
Brian Tyms - - Until he starts performing on a consistent basis, you should continue to bypass him.

Rob Gronkowski - - Coming off another huge game and as long as he plays, he must be started, no thought required.
Tim Wright - - A touchdown or nothing, so proceed with caution. In this offense, is certainly can be used if you are really in a bind.

Stephen Gostkowski - - The Broncos defense is solid and could force the Patriots to settle for some field goal attempts, which could mean big things for Gostkowski.

New England Patriots - - The defense will have its hands full this week, but the do have some playmakers, so you never know. But it is probably not good week to utilize their services.

Favorite: Denver Broncos by 3
Prediction: Denver Broncos 34 - New England Patriots 30


Oakland Raiders at Seattle Seahawks - Sunday 4:25pm

Oakland Raiders

Derek Carr - - The rookie will be really tested against a good Seahawks defense in a crazy loud stadium, so you don't want to be forced to rely on him.

Darren McFadden - - Has been busy, but a tough matchup will make it hard on him to get it going, especially on the road. Unless you are really in a bind, I'd prefer to explore other options.
Maurice Jones-Drew - - Not seeing much action and with a tough matchup, there is no reason to consider starting him.

James Jones - - The matchup is just too tough to consider rolling with him on the road against a strong Seahawks defense.
Andre Holmes - - While he has shown flashes and could break a big play, the matchup is just too rough to consider starting him.
Kenbrell Thompkins - - Looks like he has earned a nice role on the team, but still learning his new teammates and facing a good defense, so probably not worth chancing.
Denarius Moore - - Just not being used much and with a tough matchup, there is no way I'd rely on him.

Mychal Rivera - - Coming off a nice game as he finally got it going. Could be counted on to help find some room against a good pass defense, but I'd prefer to just avoid all Raiders this week.

Sebastian Janikowski - - The offense is just not producing enough to merit starting him on the road against a strong Seahawks defense.

Oakland Raiders - - The struggling defense will likely be in for a long day against a good Seahawks offense that doesn't make many mistakes.

Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson - - He can go off any week and has a solid matchup, but you have to wonder if the Seahawks will try to get Lynch going to exploit a horrid Raiders run defense. Still can go off any week, so unless you have another really good QB option, I'd keep starting him.

Marshawn Lynch - - Has been awhile since he has lived up to his potential and I keep expecting that each game he would get it going. Has a great matchup and if he doesn't get it done this week, I will start to worry about him. Definitely is a must start against a bad Raiders run defense, especially at home.
Robert Turbin - - Still not seeing enough action, though maybe he can see some touches late, but I wouldn't want to rely on him having a role late in order to get production.
Christine Michael - - Maybe he can see a little garbage time action against a bad run defense, but I wouldn't want to count on garbage time production.

Doug Baldwin - - Continues to be the new go to WR and not a bad matchup. The Seahawks may not throw it a ton, but he may be the focal point of the passing game when they do.
Jermaine Kearse - - Is capable of producing, though he is inconsistent and who knows if the Seahawks air it out much. But he could find the end zone and make a worthy gamble if you are really in a bind.
Ricardo Lockette - - Has his moments, but more often than not he struggles to produce and who knows how much the Seahawks actually air it out.
Paul Richardson - - Sure he could surprise, but I'd much rather rely on a more consistent option on a team that may have to throw the ball a little more.
Kevin Norwood - - The rookie could surprise as Wilson will spread the wealth, but this is really scraping the bottom of the barrel.

Zach Miller - - Still out with injured ankle and his return is still up in the air.
Luke Willson - - Still the main man at TE, but still not being targeted all that often. Still if you are really in a bind, he could surprise.

Steven Hauschka - - The offense shouldn't have any issues this week, so definitely should be plenty of scoring chances for the Seahawks talented kicker.

Seattle Seahawks - - The defense is one of the best in the league and gets to host one of the league's worst offenses, so definitely a great week to rely on them.

Favorite: Seattle Seahawks by 15
Prediction: Seattle Seahawks 27 - Oakland Raiders 6


Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers - Sunday 8:30pm

Baltimore Ravens

Joe Flacco - - Tossed a pair of touchdowns in the previous meeting, though heads on the road this time. Steelers have had some issues defending the pass, so he is still capable of getting it done.

Justin Forsett - - Dealing with an ankle injury, but expects to play. Not the ideal matchup, though he had some success in the previous meeting, so could surprise.
Lorenzo Taliaferro - - The rookie found the end zone twice last week, but it was on limited touches. Still hard to rely on him, though if Forsett is scratched, he could surprise.
Bernard Pierce - - Has fallen to third in the RB pecking order, so unless Forsett is out, he probably won't see many, if any, touches.

Steve Smith - - Was quiet last week, though had a big offensive pass interference call that wiped out a last minute touchdown. Can make a big play against anyone and the Steelers have had some issues against the pass, so still worth running with him.
Torrey Smith - - Was quiet again last week and every time he was targeted resulted in a Flacco pick (Or so it seemed). He can make a big play at any time, but he has done it rarely this season, so hard to rely on him.
Marlon Brown - - Not seeing much action, so I'd continue to bypass him.
Jacoby Jones - - Still not being targeted much at all, so I'd continue to forget about using him.

Owen Daniels - - Was out last week after getting his knee scoped, but could be back this week. Even if he is, he has been a little inconsistent and may not be ready for a full load, so I'd pass on him and let him prove he is healthy.
Crockett Gillmore - - If Daniels is out again, he could surprise, but I'd much prefer to use a more proven option.

Justin Tucker - - The Steelers defense has stepped up somewhat of late, which could mean the Ravens are forced to settle for some FG attempts.

Baltimore Ravens - - The defense has enough play makers to get to Big Ben, though his confidence is sky high after last week's unexpected outburst. You never know what this divisional battle will result in.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Ben Roethlisberger - - I heard a lot of people complain about not starting him, but I don't even think Big Ben saw last week coming. Has another good matchup, though don't expect a repeat. But after last week, he certainly is worth taking a chance on to see if he can keep rolling.

Le'Veon Bell - - Coming off another solid game and while he could find running room hard to find, his receiving skills give him enough upside to make him a strong starting option, especially with the passing game starting to roll.

Antonio Brown - - Coming off a huge game as he continues to make plays and has a good matchup to exploit. Too hot to even consider sitting him, so keep on starting him.
Markus Wheaton - - Coming off a nice game and has a good matchup, though with Bryant stepping up, you have to start worrying about him losing some targets. But he is still worth starting until he proves not to be worthy.
Martavis Bryant - - The rookie is coming off a huge game and is turning into a key option that has helped jump start the passing game. Will likely be inconsistent like most rookie WRs, though has a solid matchup and could be worth a chance if you are in a bind.
Lance Moore - - Not being used enough to merit starting him.
Justin Brown - - The emergence of Bryant has pretty much killed his already iffy fantasy value.

Heath Miller - - Coming off a huge game, like pretty much all the Steelers receivers. He can find the end zone any week and does have a good matchup.

Shaun Suisham - - The Ravens defense can be thrown on, but could make it tough to finish drives, which could result in field goal attempts for Suisham.

Pittsburgh Steelers - - The defense had success last week against a rolling offense, so certainly earned another shot as they face an offense that is not in the same class as the Colts.

Favorite: Pittsburgh Steelers by 1
Prediction: Pittsburgh Steelers 23 - Baltimore Ravens 20


Indianapolis Colts at New York Giants - Monday 8:30pm

Indianapolis Colts

Andrew Luck - - Coming off another huge game and has a great matchup, so there is no way you can consider benching him.

Trent Richardson - - The hamstring is still not 100%, but he may be ready to roll. Could see a little less action, but has a good matchup and while he is a risky option, he could help your cause. If you have another good option, I may use it and allow T-Rich to prove he is healthy enough to produce.
Ahmad Bradshaw - - A good matchup should help his cause and should continue to get his touches, especially as a receiver. If Bradshaw is out, I'd give him a little bump up since he should see more touches.

T.Y. Hilton - - Continues to light up the scoreboard and is close to stud status (If not already there). He should be started regardless of the matchup, but if you have any doubts, he has a great matchup.
Reggie Wayne - - Still dealing with an elbow injury, but if he can go, he has the matchup to merit starting. Though his status is definitely up in the air, so keep your eyes and ears open.
Hakeem Nicks - - Just not seeing enough action to consider starting him, since the rookie Moncrief seems to have passed him in the pecking order.
Donte Moncrief - - Coming off a big game and has a good matchup. If Wayne is out, he should benefit, so bump him up and consider him a worthy starter.

Dwayne Allen - - Likely needs a touchdown to merit starting, though with Luck under center and a good matchup, he could certainly produce.
Coby Fleener - - Inconsistent, but does have the good matchup that could allow him to surprise, so if you are really in a bind, he could help.

Adam Vinatieri - - The offense should continue to roll and playing on the road could force them to settle for some FG attempts and allow him to go off on MNF.

Indianapolis Colts - - Coming off a tough week, but will have a chance to bounce back against an offense that has been in a funk, albeit one with talent that is coming off a bye.

New York Giants

Eli Manning - - Has a good matchup, but he has really been up and down. I do like his upside and would definitely roll the dice on him since he may be playing keep up, but there have been some debacles that worry me some.

Rashad Jennings - - Has an outside shot to return from that injured knee, but if he does, may still be limited and faces a good run defense, so I'd play it safe and pass on him this week.
Andre Williams - - The rookie has shown flashes, but still hasn't really gotten it done. With an iffy matchup, it may be wise to explore other options, although maybe the bye will help him figure it out.
Peyton Hillis - - May see some touches, but still probably not enough of them to merit starting him.

Odell Beckham - - The rookie is coming off a huge game with a pair of touchdowns and has really hit the ground running. Has a good matchup, so definitely worth a shot to see if he can stay hot or if the bye cooled him off.
Rueben Randle - - Continues to be the most familiar with Manning, which should continue to keep him busy and does have a good matchup. So has a good bit of upside and definitely worth a start on MNF.
Preston Parker - - With Beckham rolling, he is being used too little to consider him much of a threat, even though the Colts pass defense is coming off a huge debacle.
Corey Washington - - The rookie is not seeing much action, so I'd forget about him.

Larry Donnell - - Stepped up nicely with Cruz gone, so he could be the biggest benefactor of the injury. A good matchup gives him a lot of upside, so definitely a guy you should strongly consider starting.

Josh Brown - - You never know what the offense may do, but after last week when the Colts struggled, coming off a bye and playing at home, they should be able to move the ball and get him scoring chances.

New York Giants - - The defense has some play makers, but has struggled to produce and facing an offense that has been flying high, even after a big loss last week.

Favorite: Indianapolis Colts by 3.5
Prediction: Indianapolis Colts 30 - New York Giants 20
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