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Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm
1Manning, Peyton DEN0.7024.4399998039007Derek Carr's four-touchdown excursion skewed the numbers for San Diego's pass defense but on the whole, this hasn't been a good matchup for opposing quarterbacks. Enter Peyton Manning, who broke Brett Favre's record and has thrown 11 touchdown passes over the past three weeks. Something's got to give, which of course adds to the intrigue of their showdown Thursday night.
2Rodgers, Aaron GBP0.32024.420000154525Another big week expected as the offense rolls against a soft Saints defense.
3Brees, Drew NOS1022.8999999910593Even though he hasn't tossed more than two scoring strikes in a game so far this season, Brees remains a must-start. The Green Bay Packers defense has surrendered an average of 244.8 passing yards and 1.8 touchdown passes per contest during the last four weeks.
4Luck, Andrew IND1.17022.2200000584126The must-start Luck should have no problems carving up a softer-than-you think Pittsburgh Steelers defense that gave up an average of 243 passing yards and 1.3 touchdown passes per contest during the last month. By the way, Pittsburgh also allowed game-manager Ryan Fitzpatrick to throw for 262 yards and two touchdowns this past Monday night. The stars are aligned for Luck.
5Newton, Cam CAR0.59022.0000000596046His matchup against the struggling Seattle Seahawks defense isn't as scary as it looked at the beginning of the season. During the last month, Seattle has allowed an average of 228 passing yards and 2 touchdown passes per contest. Start Newton as a fantasy QB1.
6Wilson, Russell SEA0.41021.4999998658895The loss of Percy Harvin makes the headlines but it's the injuries to the line and tight ends that are the issue. Seattle doesn't want to throw 36 times like they did last week. Carolina is vulnerable to the run which is where the Seahawks will want to attack. Still, Wilson has just about become 'must-start' material.
7Rivers, Philip SDC0.49020.5600001811981When 205 passing yards, a pair of touchdowns and an interception are the low point for your fantasy quarterback, you're doing alright. Rivers benefits from a favorable matchup against the Broncos defense on Thursday Night Football. Start with confidence.
8Stafford, Matthew DET0.92020.16000020504After a nice rebound week against the Saints, Stafford will keep that going in this week's early Sunday morning contest across the pond.
9Foles, Nick PHI0.67020.1599999852479Arizona's defense is not as good as some of the numbers would suggest. Coming off the bye week, everyone on the Eagles will be rested and ready to take on an injury depleted Cardinals defense.
10Romo, Tony DAL0.68019.6400001645088You've got to absolutely be loving Romo here as last week he tossed 3 touchdowns against a divisional opponent. Romo has been one of the better late round steals at quarterback.
11Smith, Alex KCC0.6019.5400001592934Despite meager fantasy production over the past two weeks, in both cases on the road against a formidable defense, Alex stands a good chance at QB1 caliber numbers here if you're feeling lucky. He's back home, the Chiefs backfield is about as healthy as it's going to be, and St. Louis has been a superb matchup for opposing quarterbacks.
12Cutler, Jay CHI1.03019.4000000208616The offense is falling apart at the seams and Cutler can no longer be counted on as a top fantasy option. It won't take a lot to right this ship but it does need 'right'ing.'
13Orton, Kyle BUF0.67019.2800001353025Orton has thrown for almost 300 passing yards each of the past 3 games. With Jackson and Spiller out of action he will be going to the air often again this week.
14Tannehill, Ryan MIA0.89019.1799998804927Tannehill has been coming on the past few weeks and should be in for another great game this week on the road against the Jaguars 30th ranked passing defense. A nice fantasy 'sneaky' start right here.
15Brady, Tom NEP0.54018.4999999925494If Tannehill lit the Bears up last week.. Brady should be in for another good week at home as the running game has stalled with Ridley out of action.
16Flacco, Joe BAL0.83018.4799999967217Flacco was on his way to his second straight big game, but the Falcons generating no offense rendering the Ravens passing game to the ground halted those plans. We think Flacco takes a step back this week, but still nets something serviceable.
17Dalton, Andy CIN0.99018.4599999338388This offense is lost right now and Dalton is a big reason why. Green getting healthy will obviously help, but this is not the week to deploy him.
18Forte, Matt CHI0018.0999998748302He has been the one constant all season, another week of 100+ in total offense and a score is expected as the running game will be relied on while the passing game remains out of synch.
19Bell, Joique DET0017.7800001390278With Bush hobbling on a bad ankle, expect Bell to have a much bigger role than usual in this Sunday's early morning clash in London, especially against the very weak Falcons run defense.
20Lacy, Eddie GBP0017.5999998748302Even sharing time with Starks, Lacy will be a top option this week. He is getting it done on the ground and is involved in the passing game as well. Welcome back Eddie Lacy.
21Ryan, Matt ATL1.18017.5200000405312The Falcons triggerman has thrown only one touchdown pass in each of his last three games. Why has Ryan been struggling? His protection has been poor. the Falcons lost four starting offensive linemen to season-ending injuries. Reliable slot receiver Harry Douglas (foot) also has been out of the lineup. Consider Ryan a weak play as a fantasy QB2 against a Detroit Lions defense that surrendered 261.8 passing yards and one touchdown pass per outing during the last month. SPECIAL UPDATE: The Atlanta Falcons/Detroit Lions contest kicks off at 9:30 AM EDT, Sunday, in London, England.
22Lynch, Marshawn SEA0017.3600001037121He really needs the guys up front to get healthy to regain his elite status. It's possible to get Unger and Miller back but we won't know until later this week. Regardless, he's a must start in a great situation this week.
23Hoyer, Brian CLE0.59017.08000010252Last week exposed Hoyer's weaknesses: Without a strong running game he can be neutralized. A weaker opponent, Oakland, will help, but the Browns have their own issues caused by the loss of Alex Mack to overcome too. We say stay away.
24Palmer, Carson ARI0.78016.8399999886751As much as the Cardinals want a balanced offense, they'll be relying on the aerial attack and Carson Palmer. He's a nice play at home against an Eagles team that has shootout written all over it.
25Murray, DeMarco DAL0116.5600000992417Murray is set to bring home the rushing title as Washington will do their best to help him reach that goal. Until Murray shows signs of slowing down, we can pencil him in for 100 yards and a touchdown.
26Carr, Derek ROAK1016.1999999731779Tore apart the Chargers defense but for the most part, has played as you would expect a rookie to. Traveling to Cleveland this week, Carr will show well at times but continue to take his share of lumps too.
27Roethlisberger, Ben PIT0.77016.0999999828637As long as Antonio Brown is around he is a decent backup, but he is simply not productive throwing to anyone else.
28Bridgewater, Teddy RMIN1.04015.8600000143051He is getting better by the week, but still not enough to warrant fantasy consideration.
29Foster, Arian HOU0015.8600000143051Coming off three straight outings with 100-plus rushing yards and at least one touchdown scored, the must-start Foster draws a slightly challenging matchup against a Tennessee Titans defense that gave up 104.5 rushing yards per contest and three total touchdowns to the running back position since Week 4.
30Glennon, Mike TBB0.87015.8000000119209Even though Josh McCown (thumb) has resumed throwing, Glennon is expected to start in Week 8. He draws a nice home matchup against a Minnesota Vikings defense that allowed 236 passing yards and 2.3 touchdown passes per contest in the last four weeks. Consider Glennon a decent fantasy QB2 or bye-week replacement option.
31Charles, Jamaal KCC0015.4599999561906The bye week came at a good time for Charles, who looked rejuvenated in Week 7. After snapping San Diego's winning streak, this team hosts the local punching bag Rams. St. Louis does feature a quality run defense but no matter, Charles is up to the task.
32Cobb, Randall GBP0015.3600001595914He and Nelson are quite the duo, Rodgers will continue to use them equally.
33McKinnon, Jerick RMIN0015.2999999932945Entrenched as the starter, the Vikings will rely on him to carry the load while Bridgewater learns on the job.
34Fitzpatrick, Ryan HOU1.05015.2200000882149His matchup against a Tennessee Titans defense that surrendered an average of 321.8 passing yards and 2.3 touchdown passes per contest during the last month is obviously a favorable one. Facing the team that he played for as a backup last year could light a fire under Fitzpatrick, too. However, his downfield passing remains inconsistent, and 'Fitz Magic' continues to falter in pressure situations. Don't trust this game-manager as anything more than a low-end fantasy QB.
35Mettenberger, Zach RTEN0.9015.0200000405312THURSDAY UPDATE: The rookie sixth-round pick will make his first career NFL start. Mettenberger is a pure dropback passer with a rocket arm, but he lacks mobility. The LSU product obviously is not fantasy starter material.
36Bell, Le'Veon PIT0014.7600000612438His numbers don't say it, but he is running better than DeMarco Murray.
37Davis, Austin STL0.81014.7600000202656The Rams may have won last week but it wasn't due to the passing game. Kansas City is ranked number two in passing yards allowed per game so any thoughts of playing him this week should be quickly forgotten.
38Smith, Geno NYJ1.06014.3799999579787Smith is coming off his first game this season without any turnovers. He is still not a recommended play as he continues to struggle to connect with his receivers in the red zone.
39Bortles, Blake RJAC1.4014.1000000201166In five games played (four starts) so far in 2014, the rookie triggerman has averaged 232.6 passing yards, 1.0 touchdown passes and 2.0 interceptions per contest. Consider Bortles a dicey desperation play against a Miami Dolphins defense that surrendered 243 passing yards and 2.0 touchdown passes per contest during the last four weeks.
40Ingram, Mark NOS0013.9199999906123FRIDAY AFTERNOON UPDATE: Since Pierre Thomas (shoulder) and Khiry Robinson (forearm) won't play, Ingram will share backfield touches only with passing-back Travaris Cadet. Look for Ingram to handle the bulk of the early-down work and goal-line duties. Consider him a solid play against a Green Bay Packers defense that yielded 105 rushing yards per game and one rushing touchdown to enemy running backs during the last month.
41Nelson, Jordy GBP0113.6000000536442A strong game expected for the Packers in the air, Nelson will once again get a big share of the stats.
42Bradshaw, Ahmad IND0013.5799999535084Although he has averaged just 13.4 total touches per contest and hasn't touched the ball more than 19 times in a game so far in 2014, Bradshaw deserves must-start fantasy RB2 status. The Colts' goal-line and third-down specialist draws a decent matchup against a Pittsburgh Steelers defense that ranks 20th in fantasy points to opposing running backs during the last month. FRIDAY AFTERNOON UPDATE: Trent Richardson (hamstring) is listed as QUESTIONABLE and is considered a GAME-TIME DECISION for Week 8. If T-Rich sits, Bradshaw would be in line for extra snaps.
43Tate, Golden DET0113.2999999932945He is picking up the slack with Johnson on the shelf. Expect another big game as the Lions play early on Sunday AM.
44Thomas, Demaryius DEN0012.9599999785423All due respect to the job San Diego has done with that secondary -- certainly much improved from a year ago -- but no team can hold a candle to the dimension Demaryius adds to this offense. Good luck trying to slow him down, primetime on Thursday.
45McCoy, Colt WAS1.16012.8799998611212McCoy figures to be the starter with Griffin getting at least one more week of rest. The Dallas defense plays with a very high intensity though, as McCoy will have his work cut out for him if he does start.
46Olsen, Greg CAR0012.3200000375509The must-start Olsen will battle a Seattle Seahawks defense that has ranked just 20th in fantasy points allowed to enemy tight ends during the last month. Since Kelvin Benjamin is expected to struggle against shadow coverage by Richard Sherman, Olsen will be a key target for Cam Newton.
47McCoy, LeSean PHI0012.1600000523031Hopefully the Eagles took a look at McCoy's 150 yard day against the Giants and went into the bye week with the mindset of getting back to that. Arizona's defense is not the dynamic squad that their record or some stats would suggest but they have been good against the run. Even so, McCoy will get back to being Shady here in week 8.
48Oliver, Branden RSDC0012.0600000098348Denver has allowed just 95 rushing yards to opposing running backs, over the past three weeks. As long as Ryan Mathews remains out, however, Oliver will continue to get a copious amount of touches which will bolster his fantasy numbers.
49Miller, Lamar MIA0011.5400000102818Miller has a knee injury but is expected to play this week. Start him with confidence as there is not much behind him on the rest of Miami's running back depth chart.
50Bryant, Dez DAL0011.4799998998642An elite wide receiver facing a injury depleted secondary in a divisional matchup. Bryant is an A+++ option here. If McCoy and the Redskins can make this anything close to a competitive game, Bryant could go off bigger than last week.
Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm