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Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm
1Brees, Drew NOS0.84025.5599998608232The must-start Brees draws a favorable Thursday night matchup against a Carolina Panthers defense that has surrendered an average of 266.5 passing yards and 2.0 scoring strikes per game since Week 5.
2Manning, Peyton DEN0.59024.7999997362494Getchya popcorn ready, as Peyton is about to put on a clinic against the Patriots defense.
3Luck, Andrew IND1.13022.2199998497963The must-start Luck has averaged 341.4 passing yards and 2.8 touchdown passes per game. During the last month, the New York Giants defense has allowed 281 passing yards and 2.0 scoring strikes per contest. Look for yet another monster outing from Luck on Monday Night Football.
4Wilson, Russell SEA0.47021.1800001561642He's averaging less than 200 yards per game at home but he'll be facing a Raiders defense that has been the 11th most generous defense vs. QBs over the last three weeks. Also, Wilson's ability to run the ball gives him plenty of upside.
5Kaepernick, Colin SFO0.56020.4199998527765He saw success against their divisional foe back in week six. The 49ers will want to run but need to throw to put points on the board. Another good day passing is to be expected.
6Newton, Cam CAR0.66020.1399998813868Forget about his dismal outing last week. Newton will bounce back Thursday night against a leaky New Orleans Saints secondary that surrendered 324.67 passing yards and 1.67 touchdown passes per game during the last month. Consider Newton a solid fantasy play.
7Roethlisberger, Ben PIT0.66019.5399998314679Congrats if you started Roethlisberger in Week 8, but don't go chasing points this week! We think he is a good start as the Ravens have injury issues in the secondary and Martavis Bryant has really stepped up as a secondary target the last two weeks. However, his play is way too inconsistent to expect anything close to last week. Be happy with anything better than the Houston game - 265 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 0 turnovers.
8Foles, Nick PHI0.86019.2199999727309Last week, Foles looked a lot more like the QB we were expecting to see in 2014. Look for that to continue as the Texans are often beat over the top. If the Eagles can limit the play of J.J. Watt, Foles could be in for a huge game here.
9Brady, Tom NEP0.5019.2199999019504Brady responded to all the 'end is near' proclamations by leading his team to four consecutive wins, completing 100 passes for 1,268 yards and 14 touchdowns (no interceptions) over that period. Plus, the Broncos defense has been a favorable matchup for quarterbacks, meaning you'd have to have a compelling reason to bench Brady.
10Rivers, Philip SDC0.63019.1199998855591Tough matchup and he's been turning the ball over more frequently, then you factor in the trip across country. Don't overthink it though. Rivers is good for two and oftentimes three touchdowns each week.
11Fitzpatrick, Ryan HOU0.83017.9600001275539Fitzpatrick draws a great home matchup versus a Philadelphia Eagles defense that surrendered an average of 305 passing yards and 1.67 touchdown passes per contest during the last month. As you know, the Texans routinely have used him as a game-manager in their run-first attack. Fitzpatrick has notched no 300-yard games, and the 10th-year pro has tossed multiple touchdown passes in only two contests. However, with six teams on bye this week, he looks like a decent backup option.
12Hoyer, Brian CLE0.51017.9200001060963Tampa Bay's pass defense is putrid and the Browns run game has stalled since losing Alex Mack. So if you're in a quarterback jam, Hoyer is not a bad play. Especially against a Tampa Bay defense that is the 6th most generous versus opposing QBs.
13Smith, Alex KCC0.51017.6200000457466The matchups don't get much better than in this case, with the Jets coming to town in Week 9. Alex makes for a great streaming option, provided his shoulder heals up.
14Tannehill, Ryan MIA1.02017.5199999660254Typically passes the ball around 30 times per game, the product of Miami keeping things pretty balanced from a playcalling standpoint. What appeals more to fantasy owners is the sizable uptick of rushing yards. San Diego would seem a formidable matchup and happens to be stingy in regards to passing yards allowed, yet over the past three weeks has given up eight touchdowns through the air.
15Dalton, Andy CIN0.96017.4999999850988The Jaguars can be beaten through the air and Dalton is due for one of his big games that he's known for. If Green is active, we like him as a one-week filler.
16Murray, DeMarco DAL0117.019999999553Murray could go for 100 yards in all 16 games this season. His fumbling issues aside, there is no downside to starting Murray at any point, continuing here against Arizona.
17Flacco, Joe BAL1.04016.8600000664592With Steve Smith as his only quality option in the passing game, Flacco looked lost last week after dominating Tampa Bay and putting up a strong effort vs. Atlanta. The Steelers may be weak defensively, but we think Flacco needs to show it again before we trust him in lineups.
18Bridgewater, Teddy RMIN0.95016.380000025034He is settling in as the Vikings conservative approach is keeping the turnovers to a minimum. With the focus on the run, not a lot of passing stats this week.
19Ingram, Mark NOS0015.6800001747906THURSDAY EVENING UPDATE: Pierre Thomas (shoulder) and Khiry Robinson (forearm) are both INACTIVE for Thursday Night Football. Ingram will handle the bulk of the Saints' rushing duties again with Travaris Cadet operating as a passing-down back. Ingram has nice fantasy RB1 upside against a Carolina Panthers defense that yielded the sixth-most fantasy points to opposing running backs during the last month.
20Lynch, Marshawn SEA0015.6399998404086It will look like Seattle is trying to feed the beast this week but Oakland has a weak run defense. Expect a heavy dose of carries and a big day from the bruising back.
21Charles, Jamaal KCC0015.519999910146Don't let the numbers fool you. In three of their last four games, the Jets defense yielded a ton of fantasy points to opposing backs. Over his last four games, Charles has gotten back to producing at the level fantasy owners envisioned.
22Bortles, Blake RJAC1.71015.2200000248849With six games (five starts) under his belt, the rookie has tossed just six touchdown passes against a league-worst 12 interceptions (four were pick-sixes). Even though he draws a favorable matchup against a Cincinnati Bengals defense that surrendered an average of 278.8 passing yards and 1.5 touchdown tosses per contest during the last month, Bortles' lack of consistency makes him too risky to trust in your starting lineup.
23Romo, Tony DAL0.78015.1199998706579The matchup is favorable but the sideshow that was the Redskins game suddenly casts doubt. Will Romo be able to play effectively with a new back injury? Did Washington blue print how to handle the Cowboys' offense? We haven't had this many questions surrounding Romo since Week 1.
24Foster, Arian HOU0015.1000000536442During the last month, the must-play Foster averaged 150.3 total yards and 2.0 total touchdowns per game. The Philadelphia Eagles have yielded only 83 rushing yards per contest and two rushing touchdowns during the last four weeks, but they didn't face any runners as talented as Foster.
25Manning, Eli NYG1.07015.059999935329The Indy defense has been playing with extreme intensity but Eli is coming off the bye week. That extra time to game plan and get used to newer options and life without Cruz should make him a solid start with 6 teams on a bye.
26Brown, Antonio PIT0114.7799998819828Remember when the Steelers offered his contract to Mike Wallace first? Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good, right? Yes, start him.
27Griffin III, Robert WAS1.09014.6599998772144RGIII is reportedly 'Really, really, really, close' to playing this week. Minnesota is a good team for him to knock the rust off with but there are a lot of questions we need answered. If you're other options are on byes and you need to roll the dice though, there is the chance that Griffin jumps back into form right out of the shoot.
28Glennon, Mike TBB0.89014.4600000083447Even though Josh McCown (thumb) is healthy again, Glennon is expected to get the start against a Cleveland Browns defense that has yielded an average of 247 passing yards and 1.5 touchdown passes per game since Week 5. Consider the second-year pro a weak fantasy play as usual.
29McCoy, LeSean PHI0014.4000000022352After going for over 150 total yards in Week 6, he dropped back down to below the 100-yard mark in Week 8 after the bye week. McCoy is long over due for a touchdown as he should be able to find at least one against a Houston defense that has let lesser talents go off for monster games this season.
30Davis, Austin STL0.79014.2399999946356With the stout run defense the 49ers bring, the pressure will be on him to produce in the passing game. His stats will most likely come once the game has been decided.
31Thomas, Demaryius DEN0114.2000001072884He's the explosive sort of playmaker that in some cases affords your lineup a competitive advantage, but he encounters a Patriots defense this week that has been a veritable buzzsaw for opposing wideouts. Demaryius will get his, but perhaps to a lesser degree.
32Palmer, Carson ARI0.83013.9599999114871Take away his last minute 75-yard TD pass and things look a lot different on the stat sheet. Nonetheless, Arizona is struggling to run the ball effectively. If Colt McCoy can pass against Dallas then he'll have no problem.
33Carr, Derek ROAK0.88013.9200000688434Fared well in two of Oakland's three games since the bye, boding well for his fantasy outlook while Tony Sparano remains interim coach. Don't get overly excited about this week's road game in Seattle though.
34Bradshaw, Ahmad IND0013.7599999606609It's a favorable Monday night matchup for the must-play Bradshaw. During the last month, Bradshaw's former team surrendered an average of 142 rushing yards, 1.0 rushing touchdowns, 6.0 catches and 64 receiving yards yards per game to opposing running backs. The eighth-year pro has hit pay dirt in four straight contests and has found the end zone at least once in six of his team's first eight outings.
35Bell, Le'Veon PIT0013.1000000201166Bell got banged up in the Week 8 game, so we expect a rest day or two at practice this week. That said, expect him out there in primetime against arch-rival Baltimore. It's not a great matchup, but he's been running great so he's still a must-start.
36Vick, Michael NYJ0.91012.839999999851Declared the starter against a K.C. team that has been very good in pass defense. Wasn't terrible in relief of Geno Smith last week -- oh, except that he fumbled the ball four times.
37Bryant, Dez DAL0012.1399999856949Bryant salvaged his day last week by dragging a defender five yards into the endzone for a touchdown. Aside from that, the Cowboys went with the run and then lost Romo for a while. Romo's injury obviously would effect Bryant but even Brandon Weeden would find a way to get the ball to Bryant. If Patrick Peterson can't play here, Bryant could finish as the top WR this week, with or without Romo.
38Tate, Ben CLE0011.8599999919534The Browns running game has fallen apart without Alex Mack and the Tampa Bay defensive line is the only good part of a woeful defense. Since alternatives are scarce this week he's a must-start for most owners, but just understand if he doesn't get in the end zone he's not looking at a strong game.
39Gronkowski, Rob NEP0011.7999999821186The potential for games like the three-touchdown performance he put together last week was what prompted early-round fantasy draft investment in Gronkowski. This is the upside you envision when inserting him into lineups each and every week.
40Oliver, Branden RSDC0011.7599999830127Starting running back Ryan Mathews will be back in the lineup soon enough, meanwhile Oliver has played well enough that he figures to continue to get a lot of touches. The Dolphins defense has been mediocre versus the run, for what it's worth.
41Hilton, T.Y. IND0111.6599999964237The Luck-to-Hilton connection continues to sizzle like bacon in a hot frying pan. The must-start Hilton either scored or racked up 100-plus receiving yards in four of his last five contests with one 200-yard game mixed in. The New York Giants rank a misleading fourth in fantasy points allowed to enemy receivers during the last month. They gave up a monster outing to Dez Bryant back in Week 7.
42LaFell, Brandon NEP0011.6000000089407Led the team in targets last week but more importantly, he's scoring touchdowns and appears to finally possess sustainable fantasy value. A rather tough matchup in Week 9, but until LaFell fails to come through, he makes for a promising lineup option.
43Morris, Alfred WAS0011.2399999834597Pierre Garcon and some penalties set up Morris for a few easy carries in close to the goal line. Those two touchdowns saved what could have been another disappointing day. Morris did look to run with more explosiveness in the second half of the Cowboys game and hopefully that will carry over against Minnesota. Griffin returning the lineup could set things straight for Morris.
44Thomas, Julius DEN0011.2200001180172Quiet the past couple weeks, but we like his chances at big-time fantasy production in Foxboro.
45Miller, Lamar MIA0011.1199999637902He isn't a volume runner -- Lamar has yet to see 20 carries in a game, and seldom sees 20 touches -- but manages to produce, regardless. This offensive scheme has worked wonders for Miller in the short term. You needn't fear the Chargers run defense as they are middling of late.
46Maclin, Jeremy PHI0011.0999999642372Maclin was a complete monster last week as he continues to climb the rankings into the stud category. He gets a soft Houston defense this week as he should be able to go over 100 yards with ease. If Fitzpatrick and Foster make this a neck and neck game, Maclin could have back-to-back elite outings.
47Robinson, Denard JAC0010.620000064373Coming off two consecutive 100-yard outings, 'Shoelace' owns the Jacksonville backfield right now. The Cincinnati Bengals defense has allowed 128 rushing yards and 1.3 rushing touchdowns per game to enemy running backs during the last four weeks, but the Bengals haven't allowed more than 70 rushing yards to a runner on their home field. Nonetheless, Robinson belongs in your lineup for Week 9.
48Gore, Frank SFO0010.5800000205636The Rams have the second worst run defense in yards allowed, yet he struggled against them. The injuries to the offensive line have made running lanes tough to come by. But given 6 teams on a bye, Gore belongs in your lineup.
49Sanders, Emmanuel DEN0010.3000000715256After throttling the Chargers defense in Week 8, Emmanuel is an every-week fantasy start the rest of the way.
50Hillman, Ronnie DEN0010.0400000661612With less and less capable defenders among their front seven, New England has struggled mightily versus the run. Enter Hillman, who's coming off three consecutive solid performances and will reap the benefits in Week 9.
Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm