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Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm
1Luck, Andrew IND1.06025.1000000238419The No. 1 quarterback in the fantasy football universe will battle a suddenly struggling Cincinnati Bengals defense that surrendered an average of 288 passing yards and 2.0 touchdown passes per contest during the last two weeks. Luck torched the Bengals for 326 passing yards and four touchdowns at Paul Brown Stadium last year.
2Manning, Peyton DEN0.73022.9599999859929San Francisco seems to have pass defense figured out. Other than Jay Cutler and then Carson Palmer at home, opposing quarterbacks haven't fared particularly well against the 49ers. Regardless, we like Peyton's chances at multiple touchdowns in Week 7.
3Rodgers, Aaron GBP0.38022.5799998082221After last weeks comeback win, he has an extremely fantasy friendly matchup this week against the Panthers. Expect an effortless looking throttling.
4Cutler, Jay CHI0.96020.9199997931719After a huge week, we expect another as Cutler will continue to put up copious amounts of passing yards. A healthy Marshall to go along with Jeffery and Forte make the Bears passing game a formidable unit.
5Newton, Cam CAR0.64020.6200000047684As you surely know, a supposedly banged-up Newton surprised the fantasy football universe last week by rushing a season-high 17 times for 107 yards and one touchdown against the Cincinnati Bengals. Since Newton is once again a threat to rack up fantasy points with his legs, the fourth-year pro returns to must-play status. The Green Bay Packers defense has surrendered an average of 244.6 passing yards and 1.0 touchdown passes per contest during the last month.
6Wilson, Russell SEA0.41020.4999998658895Things aren't going to get easier this week as he comes off possibly the worst start of his career. The Seahawks will look to go back to the running game and the win column. The offensive line has to play better than they have been, in order for him to succeed.
7Ryan, Matt ATL1.04020.3200000524521Ryan will square off against a Baltimore Ravens defense that surrendered an average of 296 passing yards and 1.3 touchdown passes per game during the last month. By the way, the Ravens have allowed only two touchdown passes in three home contests played. Consider Ryan more a high-end fantasy QB2 in this challenging matchup.
8Rivers, Philip SDC0.51020.2399998903275His level of play has been on par with the best of quarterbacks, helped by arguably a better supporting cast then he had last season. Rivers is a no-brainer fantasy start, week in and week out.
9Kaepernick, Colin SFO0.56020.1599999517202If San Francisco is going to win in Denver, he's going to have to have a big game. Look for another 30+ pass attempts and a lot of read option runs to put the ball in his hands to make plays.
10Brees, Drew NOS1.12019.8400001600385Brees is a must-start, but two things are working against him this week. Jimmy Graham (sprained shoulder) is not expected to play and the Detroit Lions defense yielded the fewest fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks during the last month. Detroit allowed only 216.8 passing yards and 0.8 touchdown passes per contest. By the way, the Lions limited Aaron Rodgers to 162 passing yards and one scoring strike back in Week 3.
11Stafford, Matthew DET0.86018.6399998366833Fantasy owners hope for a good ole' fashioned shoot out but the loss of Johnson puts a major damper on the Lions offense, lower than usual numbers expected here this week.
12Cousins, Kirk WAS1.37018.4999999292195Cousins had a great game in week six and an appealing matchup in week seven. He makes for a great bye week or injury plug in as he and DeSean Jackson really have things cooking.
13Smith, Alex KCC0.64018.1799999065697The Chargers defense had been a tough out, as fantasy quarterbacks go, that is until Derek Carr hung four touchdown passes on them in Week 6. We advise against getting overly excited about Smith as a streaming option this week, considering K.C. leans so heavily on its ground attack.
14Brady, Tom NEP0.54017.959999859333Brady is coming off of his best performance of the season against Buffalo. With the state of his offensive line and the loss of Ridley, Brady looks to be very busy Thursday night at home against the Jets.
15Roethlisberger, Ben PIT0.7017.7999999672174Roethlisberger will have to navigate around J.J. Watt, but if successful this Texans pass defense is ripe for the picking. We really like this spot for Roethlisberger.
16Murray, DeMarco DAL0117.7400000616908Murray could have his best game of 2014 here -- which is saying a lot. He is the undisputed top RB, almost on a weekly basis moving forward.
17Hoyer, Brian CLE0.55017.3999997973442The only problem here is that the Browns are a running football team and the Jaguars can be beaten both via the run and the pass. We expect another efficient game from Hoyer, but it will be just an average day in fantasy.
18Dalton, Andy CIN1.5017.3200000301003Credit where credit is due, great job out of Dalton to lead an offense to that performance vs. Carolina despite being down three of his top four options in the passing game. That said, it's going to be tougher sledding on the road this week. We recommend looking elsewhere.
19Flacco, Joe BAL0.84017.3199999108911We expected a good week from Flacco, but...not that! Expect him to take a step back to Earth this week, but we expect another quality performance in what should be a relatively high scoring game.
20Charles, Jamaal KCC0016.6999999284744Lacking the robust fantasy production we know & love, outside of his three-touchdown jaunt versus New England. We anticipate this will be a get well sorta game for Charles, as San Diego has been deceptively vulnerable in run defense.
21Orton, Kyle BUF0.84016.4400001242757Orton has another favorable match up this week against the Vikings. He could be used if you have no other quarterback options as he has gone to the air often the past 2 weeks. He came close to passing for over 300 yards again last week.
22Romo, Tony DAL0.9016.3599999174476250 yards with two TDs is nothing to sneeze at seeing that it came against the Seahawks. The Giants' defense has been playing better but Romo still makes for a reliable start.
23Tannehill, Ryan MIA1.07016.1600000709295Tannehill had a disastrous first half last week at home. He recovered and played much better in the second half. He should be in for another good week on the road against the Bears lackluster pass defense.
24Davis, Austin STL0.79015.9200001060963Jeff Fisher is going to try and help his young quarterback by following the Cowboy model last week. Run the ball and use play action. He won't have the same success as Dallas did though.
25Carr, Derek ROAK1.07015.8799999207258Played sensational ball in his return to the lineup, demonstrating solid accuracy and pocket awareness. Oakland now plays host to the Cardinals, whose defense has played well overall (considering their massive turnover in personnel) but in more games than not, has allowed multiple passing touchdowns.
26Bortles, Blake RJAC1.37015.2199999652803The rookie passer continues to show promise, but Bortles has still just tossed two touchdown passes in his first three NFL starts. Consider Bortles a marginal fantasy play against a Cleveland Browns defense that have allowed 239 passing yards and 1.67 touchdown passes per game during the last month.
27Fitzpatrick, Ryan HOU1.09014.9399999976158During the last month, the Pittsburgh Steelers allowed only 260 passing yards and 1.3 touchdown tosses per game, but they faced just one decent passing attack in that time frame. However, there is no reason to think game-manager Fitzpatrick can exploit a suspect Steelers secondary at Heinz Field. As he has tossed multiple touchdown passes in just one game so far this season.
28Forte, Matt CHI0014.659999884665He has been one of the top producers at the position and we do not expect a matchup against the Dolphins to slow him down. Any dip in rushing numbers will be offset by a spike in his involvement in the passing game.
29Bridgewater, Teddy RMIN1.14014.5800000354648Being a rookie starting quarterback is tough, with many bumps on the road and limited fantasy numbers but we're pulling for you Teddy.
30Manning, Eli NYG1.21014.5799999758601Eli was harassed all game against the Eagles and things look to be more of the same against the Cowboys. The loss of Cruz pushes his value back down the list. Bye Eli.
31Foster, Arian HOU0014.5000000447035Coming off two straight games with 100-plus rushing yards and two touchdowns, the must-play Foster is healthy and running well. The Pittsburgh Steelers have yielded just 69 rushing yards and 1.0 rushing touchdowns per game during the last month, but the numbers are misleading. Pittsburgh faced only one good rushing attack in that time frame. Last week, the Cleveland Browns gouged the Steelers for 158 yards on the ground. SATURDAY UPDATE: Foster (groin) took part in a full Friday practice. He is listed as PROBABLE to play Monday night.
32Lacy, Eddie GBP0014.499999910593The running game is just not working and Starks is cutting into his carries. Green Bay will have to get it done in the air this week which is a part of the offense that Lacy is not involved in.
33Palmer, Carson ARI0.88014.0799999535084Apparently Bruce Arians believed he was healthy enough as evidenced by his 44 pass attempts. Look for a much more balanced attack this week but without question, this is a better offense with him under center.
34Smith, Geno NYJ1.16014.0599999651313Smith will start again this week for the Jets but he should not be used as your starting fantasy quarterback. New England is good against the pass and Smith has only three games this season with over 200 passing yards.
35Cobb, Randall GBP0014.0000001452863He is drawing the attention of the defense, but look for Rodgers to make sure he is heavily involved this week.
36Nelson, Jordy GBP0113.7799999713898Another big week is expected as the Panthers defense will provide little resistance.
37Whitehurst, Charlie TEN0.2013.7600000053644SUNDAY MORNING UPDATE: Jake Locker (thumb) is INACTIVE, so Whitehurst will get the start. Although he will draw a great matchup against a Washington defense that allowed 269 passing yards and 2.8 scoring strikes per game during the last month, this career game-manager is not a reliable fantasy option.
38Lynch, Marshawn SEA0013.5799998082221There are very few guarantees in fantasy football. It's a guarantee Lynch gets more than 10 carries this week. He hasn't had a 100 yard rushing day since week 1 but changes that in a big divisional matchup.
39Bell, Le'Veon PIT0013.1599999628961Bell has been struggling to find the end zone, but the weekly production has maintained anyway. Deploy as you usually would, but until the offense gets on track, don't expect a breakout performance.
40Brown, Antonio PIT0113.1199999302626Expect fireworks, a lot of them. That's every week for Brown owner's though.
41Jones, Julio ATL0113.0599999427795The must-start Jones is coming off his worst outing of the season (4-68-0 on 12 targets against the Chicago Bears), but he should rebound against a Baltimore Ravens defense that has allowed the seventh-most fantasy points to enemy receivers since Week 3. FRIDAY UPDATE: Jones (ankle) took part in a full practice today. He is listed as PROBABLE for Week 7.
42Thomas, Demaryius DEN0012.9599999785423Caught a combined 18 receptions for 350 yards and three touchdowns the past two weeks and is definitely a fixture of your lineup. Interesting matchup here, as the 49ers defense has not allowed a touchdown to opposing wide receivers since Week 3.
43Oliver, Branden RSDC0012.2400000169873Quickly becoming a fixture of this offense, given his versatile skill set and ability to seize the opportunity Donald Brown unfortunately couldn't. If this keeps up, Branden will continue to have fantasy value even upon Ryan Mathews' return.
44Thomas, Julius DEN0012.0599998533726Not leading the Broncos in targets but he sure scores a lot of touchdowns. The premier fantasy tight end going, Julius affords fantasy owners a decisive competitive advantage.
45Morris, Alfred WAS0012.0000000335276The yardage is nothing near where it should be, but Morris could break out in the same way that McCoy did last week. Morris can't be sat...yet.
46Marshall, Brandon CHI0011.9200001358986Back at 100%, with Jeffery on the other side he will continue to be one of the top fantasy options.
47Gore, Frank SFO0011.8199999704957It's time for owners to start worrying a bit. The Rams have a terrible run defense and he averaged less than 3 yards per carry. He also lost out on goal line work to Carlos Hyde. We're still giving Gore the Lion's share but the more we see of Hyde, the more we'll knock Gore down our rankings.
48Gronkowski, Rob NEP0011.3199999928474The Jets passing defense has been very favorable to the top tier fantasy tight ends. Gronkowski is one of those aforementioned top tier tight end and starting him will pay dividends Thursday night.
49Tate, Ben CLE0011.1999998502433He's had more than 20 carries in consecutive weeks, since returning from a knee injury. Against the Jaguars? Enjoy the ride!
50Sanu, Mohamed CIN0011.0000000447035We expected a big week from Sanu, but 18 TARGETS!?!? Well, as long as Green and Jones are out, start him, no matter the matchup.
Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm