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Elite (26-plus points)
1. Cam Newton, QB, Panthers
Superman put up 38 fantasy points against them just last month, and that was on the road. ‘Nuff said.
2. Arian Foster, RB, Texans
Just because Indy got its first win last week doesn’t mean it’s still not the worst team in the NFL. Foster has averaged 32 FPG in two career starts vs. the Colts and the Texans won’t shy away from giving him the ball.
3. Tom Brady, QB, Patriots
Need I remind you of opening weekend when Brady put up 517/4 against the fish? Sure, their defense has improved since, but he should still be able to have his way.
4. LeSean McCoy, RB, Eagles
McCoy has been putting up big numbers all year and he exploded for 32 FP against the ‘Boys earlier this year.
Super (21-25 points)
5. Aaron Rodgers, QB, Packers
I can’t promise that he’ll play the entire game, but it’s almost inevitable that Rodgers will have a bounce back game and he did throw for nearly 300 yards and three TDs on them in September.
6. Michael Vick, QB, Eagles
Vick looked 100 percent against the Jets last week so he should be ready to go in Dallas, and he did have 24 FP against the Cowboys earlier this year.
7. Ray Rice, RB, Ravens
He rushed for over 200 yards and a TD just a few weeks ago, so your best bet would be to keep him in your lineup.
8. Philip Rivers, QB, Chargers
Detroit is allowing the most FPG to opposing QBs over the last five weeks.
9. Tim Tebow, QB, Broncos
Timmy is coming off his best fantasy performance of the year and he could definitely top it in Buffalo.
10. Drew Brees, QB, Saints
Brees put up 21 FP on Atlanta earlier this season and he’s playing his best ball right now.
Strong (16-20 points)
11. Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions
He’s put up at least 19 FPG in five straight weeks and San Diego’s pass defense is no match for Detroit’s offensive weapons.
12. Tony Romo, QB, Cowboys
Romo struggled in Philly earlier this season but has come along very nicely since and has performed well at home.
13. Wes Welker, WR, Patriots
It’d be difficult for him to have another 8/160/2 game like he did in the season opener, but I wouldn’t put it past him.
14. Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons
The last time Ryan met up with the Saints he was forced to throw the ball 52 times. He may have to do that again.
15. Roddy White, WR, Falcons
White’s current hotstreak is a big part of Atlanta’s recent success, and this matchup presents the great possibility of a high-scoring affair.
16. Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Steelers
Charlie Batch will likely be under center and the Rams’ rush defense is awful, meaning Mendenhall’s workload will be increasing.
17. Calvin Johnson, WR, Lions
Megatron had the huge game we were all waiting for last week and he should always be in your starting lineup.
18. Michael Bush, RB, Raiders
Kansas City has given up the sixth-most fantasy points to running backs this season.
19. Maurice Jones-Drew, RB, Jaguars
MJD is the only viable option on the entire team and he’s finding the end zone a lot lately.
Solid (11-15 points)
20. Rob Gronkowski, TE, Patriots
He’s a monster. That is all.
21. Mark Sanchez, QB, Jets
Not really trustworthy, but the Giants have been terrible against the pass so he’s worth the start.
22. C.J. Spiller, RB, Bills
Spiller is coming off a huge game and Denver’s defense showed vulnerability against the Pats.
23. Kyle Orton, QB, Chiefs
Orton outplayed Aaron Rodgers last week and the Raiders are allowing QBs to rack up yardage every week.
24. Mike Wallace, WR, Steelers
Whether it be Roethlisberger or Batch calling the shots, they’re still playing the Rams and Wallace will be a mismatch vs. anyone.
25. A.J. Green, WR, Bengals
It’s looking like he’s going to play, which is good, because Cincy will need him to win. Arizona has been playing better against the rush, meaning Andy Dalton will have to throw it more.
26. Felix Jones, RB, Cowboys
Jones has been solid since DeMarco Murray’s injury and Philly’s front seven has been atrocious vs. good running backs.
27. Marques Colston, WR, Saints
There’s a possible shootout brewing and Brees is his QB.
28. Adrian Peterson, RB, Vikings
Not a good matchup but it’s still A.P. All Day we’re talking about.
29. Miles Austin, WR, Cowboys
Miles has back-to-back games of at least 11 FP.
30. Willis McGahee, RB, Broncos
Great matchup as the Bills have given up the most FPG to RBs over the last five weeks.