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Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm
1Brees, Drew NOS0.83025.7999997884035The must-start Brees won't get his shot at what has been an injury-depleted Pittsburgh Steelers secondary that surrendered an average of 232.67 passing yards and 2.0 touchdown passes per contest during the last month. Strong safety Troy Polamalu and cornerback Ike Taylor are both expected to return. Don't worry about Brees. The Saints triggerman will be throwing a ton as usual.
2Manning, Peyton DEN0.82025.3999998494983K.C. has a quality pass defense and hosts this one, so maybe you adjust expectations of Peyton to less than four touchdowns. All the same, he's killing it as an elite fantasy quarterback again this season. Start him with confidence.
3Luck, Andrew IND0.82023.3599999174476Coming off his worst fantasy outing of the season, the must-play Luck will bounce back in spades against a Washington defense that allowed an average of 270.7 passing yards and 1.3 touchdown passes per game during the last four weeks.
4Rodgers, Aaron GBP0.41023.220000103116The Patriots defense has been quietly shutting down opposing offenses, but the Packers are one of the best. Rodgers may be slowed down a bit, but we still expect a very strong fantasy performance from him.
5Stafford, Matthew DET0.87022.4799998998642After a tough non-conference game, the Lions offense will enjoy the home cooking on turkey day. The return of Bush will open up the passing game.
6Roethlisberger, Ben PIT0.71021.1600001379848Roethlisberger has come back to Earth the last two games after his ridiculous performances against the Colts and Ravens. That said, we expect Big Ben to return to his big game ways in what should be a high scoring affair.
7Brady, Tom NEP0.64020.7999999448657Brady has been on a roll throwing for over 300 yards in 3 out of his 4 past games. Looks like another shootout through the air again this week vs. the Packers.
8Cutler, Jay CHI0.98020.280000127852He came back down to earth last week, but we expect that on turkey day he will be in top form. Expect an above average fantasy day from Cutler.
9Newton, Cam CAR0.98019.9999999552965Coming off a bye week, Newton will square off against a Minnesota Vikings defense that allowed an average of 263.33 passing yards and 2.0 touchdown passes per game since Week 9. The Vikings are considered mediocre, but they have played opponents tough at home. Consider Newton to still be a high-end fantasy play this week.
10Rivers, Philip SDC0.62019.8800000548363Drew Brees just lit up Baltimore to the tune of three touchdowns and over 400 passing yards. Ben Roethlisberger threw for six touchdowns against them two games prior. Rivers did show signs of life last week, so don't forget about Rivers in your lineup this week.
11Wilson, Russell SEA0.53019.4999999180436His passing production has fallen signficantly as Seattle is last in passing attempts. He's still doing damage with his legs and will need to continue to do just that in this defensive battle.
12Sanchez, Mark PHI1.13019.3799999989569At Dallas on a national televised game is added pressure for a player with a poor track record under bright lights. The saving grace for Sanchez heading into the game is that Eli looked like an elite QB against Dallas, which is a shot at the Cowboys defense more than any sort of bravado for Manning.
13Tannehill, Ryan MIA0.83019.2999998629093Tannehill has been the 5th ranked quarterback over his past 4 games. He is coming off another great performance and has a good match up against the Jets on the road Monday night.
14Romo, Tony DAL0.65018.5200000405312Romo had his best game of the season last week against a fired up Giants team. Actually, it was really only the second half of the game that made the week for Romo as he threw 3 TDs after the half. Not a lot of rest this week given the Thanksgiving game is a little troublesome as Romo usually rests mid week. He's still a top fantasy option this week but it's difficult to imagine the Eagles bottling up Murray the way the Giants did.
15Foster, Arian HOU0117.9799999892712FRIDAY AFTERNOON UPDATE: The must-start Foster (groin) is listed as PROBABLE and is expected to play in Week 13. He draws a great matchup versus a Tennessee Titans defense that yielded 172.33 rushing yards and 1.67 rushing touchdowns per game during the last month.
16Smith, Alex KCC0.34017.7800001427531The Broncos defense has yielded a good many passing touchdowns, but Smith doesn't throw the ball often enough to fully take advantage. He failed to break into fantasy QB1 territory last week, despite it representing his best numbers in a game since September.
17Ryan, Matt ATL0.88017.6399999856949The Falcons triggerman draws a very challenging home matchup. During the last month, the Arizona Cardinals defense surrendered an average of 198.3 passing yards per game and just three touchdown passes. If you need big points from the quarterback position this week, Ryan is not going to come through for you.
18Forte, Matt CHI0017.5599999651313His tremendous season will continue on turkey day. Even if the Lions can limit him on the ground, he will more than make up for it in the passing game. Enjoy the Thanksgiving games.
19Murray, DeMarco DAL0117.5399999655783After being held in check by the Giants, look for Dallas to get back to basics and feed Murray over and over again. Murray could actually see even more work as Dallas looks to avoid strip sacks and interceptions returned for TDs.
20Manning, Eli NYG1.28016.7400001771748Manning had one of best games of the year last week against the Cowboys as New York was playing for their entire season. They won't have that fiery edge this week but likely won't need it against the hapless Jags. Eli could be a wildcard type of play that vaults teams into the playoffs as long as Eli can avoid the pass rush.
21Kaepernick, Colin SFO0.64016.5399999842048His struggles against this Seahawk defense are well documented. It helps being at home but that won't provide enough to warrant having him as your fantasy quarterback.
22Flacco, Joe BAL0.91016.5199999734759Don't force him into your lineup, but if you're short options we really like Flacco this week against a very susceptible Chargers defense.
23Mettenberger, Zach RTEN0.92016.440000012517In his first four regular-season starts, Mettenberger has averaged 271.5 passing yards, 1.8 touchdown passes and 1.0 interception per game, but the rookie has benefited from plus matchups and junk-time production. Despite drawing a favorable road matchup against a Houston Texans defense that allowed an average of 296.33 passing yards and 1.67 touchdown passes per game, Mettenberger should be regarded as a risky QB2 play.
24Lynch, Marshawn SEA0016.1200000979006Yards will be tough to come by against a stout 49er run defense. That won't stop the Seahawks from giving him the ball as they know he gives them the best chance to win.
25Bell, Le'Veon PIT0016.120000064373Bell is coming off of his best game of his career, has a week to rest up, and then he gets the sieve that is the Saints defense? Giddy up!
26Dalton, Andy CIN1.11015.9800000265241One big problem with this matchup, the Bengals don't need to throw much to beat the Bucs. We think Dalton could be in for a big day if the game flow calls for it, but we're not willing to bet on it as a ground heavy attack should suffice.
27Carr, Derek ROAK0.83015.759999923408Less than 200 passing yards for the fourth consecutive week and it's not like he racks up touchdowns, meaning Carr offers minimal fantasy upside.
28McCown, Josh TBB1.17015.260000012815McCown kicked off his second go-round as Tampa Bay's starting triggerman with three consecutive favorable matchups, but he will get a reality check this week in the form of a tougher matchup. The Cincinnati Bengals have allowed only 223.3 passing yards per game and just three touchdown passes during the last month. Ratchet down your expectations for McCown or look for a passer with a better matchup.
29McCoy, Colt WAS0.91015.2399999573827Gets the start and did play fiery the times that he was in a starting role. The Redskins will be forced to throw to keep up with the Colts but we can't help but think that there are a lot better options this week.
30Charles, Jamaal KCC0015.0999999195337Difficult matchup but Charles is a sure bet every week. Don't over think this one as the Chiefs know they will need contributions from all their stars to play well against the Broncos.
31Thomas, Demaryius DEN0115.0400000661612Broke his ridiculous streak of 100+ yard games in Week 12 but came close, and better yet, scored three touchdowns. Demaryius is the rare fantasy stud whom you keep in your fantasy lineup regardless of opponent.
32Brown, Antonio PIT0114.8399999141693In what should be a high scoring affair we expect Brown to continue to do what he's done all year, dominate.
33Bridgewater, Teddy RMIN0.96014.5799999535084Though he has been limiting his mistakes, the passing yards have been minimal. Without a big number of rushing yards, his fantasy impact is once again looking to be minimal.
34Lacy, Eddie GBP0014.43999992311He has been a work horse all season which will continue this week against New England. If the Patriots bottle things up, Rodgers will find him in the passing game so a good day on tap for Lacy regardless of if by air or by land.
35Bortles, Blake RJAC1.46014.3999999761581The rookie has gone two straight games without tossing a scoring strike, and Bortles has thrown only three touchdown passes in his last four contests. Despite drawing a favorable matchup versus a New York Giants defense that yielded an average of 248.5 passing yards and 2.3 touchdown tosses per outing, the inconsistent triggerman is a very risky low-end fantasy option. FRIDAY AFTERNOON UPDATE: Bortles (wrist) took part in a full practice. He is listed as PROBABLE for Week 13.
36Morris, Alfred WAS0014.2000000067055The fall of the passing game had lead to the resurrection of Morris. The matchup is very appealing as Morris offers top fantasy production this week.
37Anderson, C.J. DEN0013.9400001019239Was an absolute beast against a team that usually defends the run well. Until his running mates return, Anderson will be an excellent high-upside play that fantasy owners can count on.
38Fitzpatrick, Ryan HOU1.01013.9400000274181As of late Wednesday morning, the Texans had not officially named a replacement starter for the injured Ryan Mallett (chest). We're assuming that veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick will get the nod. Since Week 9, the Tennessee Titans defense has given up only 227.67 passing yards and 1.0 touchdown passes per game. Back in Week 8, Fitzpatrick passed for 227 yards and one touchdown against the Titans while operating in his familiar game-manager role. Consider him a weak play.
39Bryant, Dez DAL0013.9200001358986Bryant has entered an animalistic mode where he paces on the sideline, yells at everyone in ear shot, demands the ball, and then dominates. No one on the Eagles defense is ready for what Dez has in store for America on Thanksgiving.
40McCoy, LeSean PHI0013.6400000192225McCoy finally found how to use his legs for elite production as he went off in a huge way against the Titans. McCoy should be in all lineups as your top pick could make the difference between your playoffs and your losers bracket.
41Hill, Shaun STL0.94013.3600000888109Don't overthink matchup here. The Rams aren't going to put the ball up 30 times in this one and he isn't going to be asked to win it through the air.
42Stanton, Drew ARI0.83013.1599999666214Expect a bounce back game even if Fitzgerald is out. Seattle is a tough place to play and although it's another road game, Atlanta offers the worst passing defense in the league.
43Orton, Kyle BUF0.6012.980000063777Orton won't be asked to do much this week against the Brown's pass defense. Expect to see lots of hand offs to Jackson and Dixon this week.
44Hoyer, Brian CLE1.06012.8399999439716Hoyer has struggled in games in which the running game has not gotten it together and we expect the run game to be problematic vs. a tough Buffalo defense.
45Graham, Jimmy NOS0012.8199999704957The must-play Graham draws a favorable matchup versus a Pittsburgh Steelers defense that has surrendered the ninth-most fantasy points to enemy tight ends during the last month.
46Sanders, Emmanuel DEN0012.5999999642372Continues to reward handsomely those who drafted him based on the Peyton Manning effect, hitting double-digit fantasy points with regularity. Not a great matchup this week, but you of course plug Emmanuel in anyway.
47Gronkowski, Rob NEP0012.5Wright vultured Gronkowski's scoring opportunities against the Lions last week. Gronkowski looks to bounce back this week against Green Bay.
48Forsett, Justin BAL0012.4000000804663About time someone gave this little man his shot, huh? Yes, start him. He has been a solid fantasy producer week in and week out.
49Smith, Geno NYJ1.06012.2800000868738Vick was the starting prior to Wednesday. Now it's back to Smith. Smith replaced Vick in the third quarter of last week's game. Neither should be starting for your fantasy team this week.
50Cobb, Randall GBP0012.260000038892With Nelson drawing the defensive attention, Cobb will be available to catch plenty of passes this week.
Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm