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Each TD = 4
Every 20 yards = 1
Each TD = 6
Every 10yards = 1
Each TD = 6
Every 10yards = 1
Each extra point = 1
Each 1-29 yard FG = 3
Each 30-39 yard FG = 3
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Each sack = 1
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Each fumble recovery = 1
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Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm
1Luck, Andrew IND0.87026.3800001069903Don't overreact to Luck's dud Week 15 outing. Even the elite quarterbacks have a bad day at the office once in a while. Luck should remain locked and loaded in your starting lineup against a Dallas Cowboys defense that have allowed 287 passing yards and 1.5 touchdown passes per game during the last month.
2Brees, Drew NOS0.78024.9999999850988The must-start Brees shouldn't have any problems shredding an Atlanta Falcons defense that allowed an average of 325.8 passing yards and 1.0 touchdown pass per game since Week 12.
3Ryan, Matt ATL0.75023.3199999332428Ryan is coming off his third straight 300-yard game, and he has tossed multiple touchdown passes in four straight. Even if Julio Jones (hip) is sidelined for the second straight week, Ryan is still a strong play against a New Orleans Saints defense that surrendered 274.5 passing yards and 2.0 touchdown passes per game since Week 12.
4Rodgers, Aaron GBP0.5022.0399999395013After an extremely disappointing game in Buffalo, this is a rebound game against the Bucs. Expect him to return to the top of the leaderboard even if historically, he has not played well in Tampa.
5Stafford, Matthew DET0.73021.8199998736382The Bears are in disarray, look for the Lions offense to bounce back in a big way this week. Stafford is on tap for some big numbers.
6Clausen, Jimmy CHI1.33021.460000038147The Bears are handing things over to Clausen this week, he will have a very hard time putting up any meaningful fantasy numbers against a hungry Lions defense.
7Bell, Le'Veon PIT0020.0399999767542The consecutive 200-yard game streak came to an end, and despite being held to 2.35 yards per carry, he still netted his owners a big day. This is the type of player fantasy owners only dream about.
8Anderson, C.J. DEN0119.880000103265Obviously enjoying a break-out season and carving out for himself a more permanent role, but if nothing else, Anderson get so many touches that he remains a fixture of your lineup until further notice. Crippled by injuries to some of their better run defenders, Cincinnati has yielded a lot of fantasy points to opposing running backs and coincidentally, Anderson has scored a lot of points.
9Bridgewater, Teddy RMIN0.98019.7199999839067After back to back weeks over 300 yards, Bridgewater can now be considered a fantasy starter. Though a tough matchup on paper, the Dolphins are fading fast and do not pose a big threat to the Vikings offense.
10Tannehill, Ryan MIA0.87019.5599999129772Tannehill had his first game with over 300 yards passing this season last week against New England. He will have a much tougher task this week against Minnesota's 6th ranked pass defense.
11Wilson, Russell SEA0.48019.4999999627471He had a very efficient game in their first meeting. This game has huge playoff implications, forcing Seattle to keep it conservative and rely on their defense.
12Brady, Tom NEP0.67019.0800000950694Brady got off to a slow start last week but he came on strong in the second half. He should be busy again this Sunday as New England won't find much rushing room against the Jets defense.
13Roethlisberger, Ben PIT0.78019.0399999544024It's been a roller coaster season for Roethlisberger. If you're still dancing with him under center we wouldn't pull him but be wary of a lower scoring game this week.
14Smith, Alex KCC0.36018.639999948442Don't be surprised when the game script lends itself to more passing as in recent weeks, which coupled with an excellent matchup can only help Smith's fantasy upside. Pittsburgh has yielded multiple passing touchdowns to eight consecutive opponents.
15Romo, Tony DAL0.79018.5600000619888Murray will be banged up and Romo has 6 TDs in 2 games. He and Dez will get back to work as they attempt to seal their playoff fate. Unless you have an undisputed top ten option, Romo makes for a high end play in your lineup.
16Orton, Kyle BUF0.73018.4799998700619The Raiders aren't bad against the pass and the defense led the way for the win last week against Green Bay. Use another quarterback for week 16.
17Sanchez, Mark PHI0.99018.3800000920892Good matchup, but then again, so was last week. Sanchez looked pressured and flustered in situations where most would have been relaxed and productive. His inaccurate throws came out to play last week as the questions of Nick Foles return started swirling -- only to be shot down by Kelly. The matchup is the only thing keeping Sanchez anywhere near active this week.
18Griffin III, Robert WAS0.81018.0800000876188Griffin came out last week in relief looking better right out of the gate. Then, once the initial jump start wore off, we began to see the real RGIII once again. Philly will be playing with a large chip on their shoulder and Washington will be exposed.
19Dalton, Andy CIN1.1017.4799999445677Andy Dalton on primetime? Run away. Run far, far away. Make him prove us wrong on your bench.
20Manning, Peyton DEN0.99017.3800000809133Granted, his play has fallen off and traveling to face the Bengals defense is no easy task but don't over think it. Peyton could potentially crush your opponent by himself, which is why he stays in your lineup.
21McCown, Josh TBB1.12016.8800000622869The Buccaneers will struggle to run the ball consistently as usual, so their offense will live and die with McCown. However, he is just a pedestrian fantasy low-end QB2 play against a Green Bay Packers defense that has allowed an average of 247 passing yards and 2.0 touchdown passes per game since Week 12.
22Newton, Cam CAR1.11016.8600000441074THURSDAY AFTERNOON UPDATE: Newton (back) put in a full practice today. According to media reports, he didn't experience any pain or discomfort. Barring a setback, it looks like Newton is on track to start in Week 16. His matchup, however, versus a Cleveland Browns defense that yielded an average of 218.5 passing yards and 1.3 touchdown passes per game during the last month, is obviously a toughie. Newton would be a weak play. We'll continue to monitor Newton and provide updates when they are warranted.
23Flacco, Joe BAL0.85016.8400000035763He may stop throwing at halftime. He's shown in the past that sometimes all he needs is one half to tear up the stat column, but this is a real concern coming into this week. Buyer beware.
24Rivers, Philip SDC1016.3999999761581Two unsatisfying games in a row for Rivers, and traveling to San Francisco in Week 16 doesn't bode well for his fantasy outlook. In fact, only once over the past five weeks has an opposing player enjoyed QB1 caliber success versus the 49ers defense. Rivers isn't throwing a ton of passes, per the usual, and has been intercepted more frequently.
25Murray, DeMarco DAL0116.3200000151992You need to pick up both Dallas back up running backs and wait out the news. The Cowboys want to force feed him the ball in order to not only chase playoff hopes but also want to give him a shot at some Cowboys' all time records. A broken hand is a big deal for a guy that carries the ball 30 times a week so monitor this closely. We will update his numbers later in the week once more is known.
26Manning, Eli NYG1.18016.1199999824166Last week was a beautiful thing but it was more a gift from Washington than an amazing feat by the Giants. Expect much more pressure on Manning and better coverage down field. This is a tough matchup for Eli.
27Kaepernick, Colin SFO0.68015.5999999791384Three straight poor starts and they're out of the playoff picture. This season can't end fast enough for him. He'll being going through the motions these next two weeks.
28Beckham, Odell RNYG0115.4599999897182Ten games. TEN GAMES! The numbers that Beckham have compiled are nothing short of amazing. He appears to be the most NFL ready WR out of college since Randy Moss, who he is constantly being compared to. He's a must start and borderline fantasy MVP based on the likeliness that he was picked up off waivers.
29Forte, Matt CHI0014.9000000357628He no longer can be considered the top option at the position, but he is still a fantasy starter as the Bears have little else to rely on for offensive output. Brutal matchup and now there has been a change at quarterback.
30Brown, Antonio PIT0114.5400001108646There are a lot of championship week rosters with this player featured on them. One more for the road, Mr. Brown?
31Ingram, Mark NOS0014.4199999682605Last week against the Chicago Bears, he touched the ball 17 times while Pierre Thomas (seven touches) and a finally healthy Khiry Robinson (five touches) operated in complementary roles. In other words, Ingram still owns the New Orleans backfield. Consider him a strong play versus an Atlanta Falcons defense that allowed the second-most fantasy points to enemy running backs since Week 12.
32Charles, Jamaal KCC0014.2800000272691Less touches lately, mostly on account of the knee injury he's been playing through. Jamaal helped get you this far, and you don't want to bench his massive scoring potential.
33Lynch, Marshawn SEA0014.1600001081824He's had 20+ carries in 6 of his last 7 games. It's a tough matchup but the Seahawks are going to give him another heavy workload in a critical divisional game.
34Hill, Shaun STL0.71013.8999998793006The run game will set up the pass nicely in this final home game. The Giants defense has been one of the worst in 2014, allowing for potentially big numbers here but we err on the side of caution, as the Rams offense hasn't looked that great this year.
35Whitehurst, Charlie TEN0.79013.6199999116361Since Jake Locker (shoulder) is out for the rest of the season and rookie Zach Mettenberger (shoulder) is still ailing, Whitehurst is expected to make his eighth career start Thursday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The ninth-year journeyman passer is a weak play versus a Jacksonville Jaguars defense that surrendered only 214 passing yards per game and just three touchdown passes during the last month.
36Lacy, Eddie GBP0013.4999998211861He continues to be on a streak where he is solid but not spectacular, expect a bump up this week against a weak Tampa Bay defense.
37Smith, Geno NYJ0.91013.4799999557436Smith had a clean game last week but has only thrown over 200-yards once in his last four games. Use another quarterback option for week 16 as Geno Smith will not deliver a fantasy Superbowl win.
38Asiata, Matt MIN0013.2600001506507With McKinnon on the shelf for the rest of the season, the door is open for consistent fantasy numbers. Asiata gets it done both on the ground and in the air and makes a sneaky week 16 start.
39Johnson, Calvin DET0113.06000007689The Vikings were able to keep him in check, something the Bears will not be able to do. Detroit is looking to claim a division title, look for the offense to pile it on this week.
40Gronkowski, Rob NEP0013.0200000330806Gronkowski's production all came in the second half of last week's game. With 11 receiving touchdowns and over 1000 receiving yards Gronkowski continues to sit at the top of the fantasy tight end rankings.
41Manziel, Johnny RCLE1.14012.8400000110269This week will be better, but you're not starting him with a championship on the line. Right?
42Herron, Dan IND0012.7799999713898Herron's lack of scoring continues to hurt his value. The third-year pro still handles the bulk of the third-down duties and still tops Trent Richardson in early-down carries, but Herron has hit pay dirt just once since he took over for Ahmad Bradshaw in Week 12. The Dallas Cowboys defense has yielded the seventh-most fantasy points to enemy running backs during the last four weeks. Despite the touchdown drought, you should consider Herron a decent overall play this week, particularly in PPR leagues.
43Maclin, Jeremy PHI0112.5200000889599Against Dallas, Maclin was an out cut away from a 75 yard TD. Don't expect the Washington secondary to offer that much resistance. He could go off in a big way after two games in which he failed to meet expectations.
44Forsett, Justin BAL0012.4000000357628The Texans are stiff vs. the run, but given how ineffective we expect the offense to be, Forsett will get more than enough opportunities to justify the starting nod in a flex slot.
45Foster, Arian HOU0012.2400000393391Since either Thad Lewis or Case Keenum will get the start for the Texans, the team obviously will lean on Foster as much as possible. However, his matchup against a Baltimore Ravens defense that gave up just 57 rushing yards per game and only one rushing touchdown to opposing running backs during the last month is a toughie. Based on the high number of combo touches that Foster usually receives, he still should compile a decent fantasy outing. Foster owners will need to dial down their expectations a bit though.
46Carr, Derek ROAK0.93012.1800000779331The recent Niners game was an aberration, judging from Carr's sub-5.5 yards per attempt on the year. This just in: Buffalo's defense is quality, embarrassing Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers in recent weeks. Avoiding the rookie quarterback this week is a very easy decision.
47Jackson, Steven ATL0012.1399999633431Even though Jackson is touchdown dependent and rarely receives more than 16 carries per game, he looks like a solid play against a New Orleans Saints defense that yielded an average of 143.8 rushing yards and 1.0 rushing touchdown per contest to enemy running backs during the last month.
48Nelson, Jordy GBP0011.9400000572205The Bills were able to keep him in check, Tampa does not have the personnel to do the same. A return to form where he gets near or above 100 yards again.
49Graham, Jimmy NOS0011.8599999919534The frustration continues for Graham owners. Even though he was more involved in the offense Monday night against the Chicago Bears, No. 3 tight end Josh Hill poached two short touchdown catches. Still, Graham is way too good to bench.
50Tate, Golden DET0111.8599999472499The Lions will win this one going away, expect a big game from all the big names on offense with Tate getting more than his fair share.
Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm