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Elite (26-plus points)
1. Tom Brady, QB, Patriots
New England is still playing for a No. 1 seed so expect Brady to be out there and slinging it like usual, plus he put up 28 fantasy points on the Bills in Week 3.
2. Drew Brees, QB, Saints
He did just set the single-season passing record, and Carolina’s D isn’t anything scary.
Super (21-25 points)
3. Cam Newton, QB, Panthers
The Panthers have won four of five and Newton will be looking to win his seventh overall. He took care of business fantasy-wise against them earlier this season, putting up nearly 25 FP.
4. Wes Welker, WR, Patriots
Brady should have a big game, meaning Welker could have another huge performance like he did in Week 3.
5. Ray Rice, RB, Ravens
Baltimore is still playing for home field and Rice tore Cincy up for 26 FP a few weeks ago.
6. Michael Bush, RB, Raiders
It looks like McFadden is still a no-go and Bush shredded the Chargers’ front seven in Week 10.
Strong (16-20 points)
7. Michael Vick, QB, Eagles
He’s putting up solid numbers since returning from injury and had a nice game against them in mid-season.
8. Tony Romo, QB, Cowboys
Romo handled New York’s secondary a few weeks ago, but couldn’t come up with the win. Now he gets another chance, this time with playoff berth at stake.
9. Maurice-Jones Drew, RB, Jaguars
As long as he has two legs, MJD will continue to pound the ball. He scored 18 FP on them in Week 10 and could top that at home this Sunday.
10. Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons
What QB isn’t having a huge game against the Buccs lately?
11. Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions
Green Bay may rest its starters in the second half (if they even play at all) and Stafford is on a roll.
12. Eli Manning, QB, Giants
Manning should have a giant performance at home, especially since he put up 23 FP in Dallas a few weeks ago.
13. Frank Gore, RB, 49ers
St. Louis has given up the fourth-most fantasy points to running backs this season.
14. Philip Rivers, QB, Chargers
Oakland’s secondary is a good matchup for Rivers.
15. C.J. Spiller, RB, Bills
The sophomore running back is averaging 15.6 FPG over the last four weeks.
16. Tim Tebow, QB, Broncos
He threw three picks last week and still got 16 points. Start him.
Solid (11-15 points)
17. Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Steelers
Browns are giving up the third-most FPG to RBs over the last five games.
18. Percy Harvin, WR, Vikings
Continues to get it done and it looks like Joe Webb likes to throw him the ball.
19. LeSean McCoy, RB, Eagles
A little beat up but he did put up 20 FP on them earlier this year.
20. Calvin Johnson, WR, Lions
Megatron is on this list every week for a reason. He gets it done.
21. Marshawn Lynch, RB, Seahawks
Lynch scored the first rushing TD allowed by the 49ers’ defense last week.
22. Rob Gronkowski, TE, Patriots
He’s disappeared over the last two weeks but did put up 23 on Buffalo in Week 3.
23. Joe Webb, QB, Vikings
Webb has played very well in his two appearances this year, gathering over 20 FP each time.
24. Roddy White, WR, Falcons
White has put together a string of six games in-a-row with at least 11 FP.
25. Victor Cruz, WR, Giants
A little inconsistent, but Cruz always has the potential to have a big game.
26. Toby Gerhart, RB, Vikings
Peterson is out which means Gerhart is the man. He’s averaged 14.2 FPG over the last five weeks.
27. Jordy Nelson, WR, Packers
Even if he doesn’t play the whole game, he’s still the No. 1 receiver on the Packers’ roster right now, and that’s saying something.
28. Reggie Bush, RB, Dolphins
The Jets are easily beaten on the outside edges and that’s Bush’s specialty.
29. Stevie Johnson, WR, Bills
New England allows the most FPG to WRs this year so something’s got to give.
30. Dez Bryant, WR, Cowboys
This is a huge game for the ‘Boys so Bryant is going to have to man up and have a big game.