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October 10, 2014
By MAXWELL TRINK


Week 16

Start ‘em

QB: Tom Brady, New England Patriots
Brady is playing against his top rival this week, the New York Jets. Since the Pats clinched a spot in the playoffs last week, Tom Brady will be heading to another playoff game but home field is still up for grabs so look for a big game from the Brady Bunch.

QB: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Rodgers had a horrible week last week, partially not his fault, as the Bills surprised everyone and beat the Cheeseheads. This week he is playing the Bucs and redemption is what Rodgers will have this week.

QB: Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Stafford is playing for their division and if they win and the Packers lose, they will make it all the way to the playoffs. Stafford is playing the rival Chicago Bears and Stafford will have to step up to take Detroit to the playoffs.

RB: Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills
Jackson has been stellar the last few games and he is playing against the worst team in the NFL, the Oakland Raiders. Look for a big game from the Buffalo Bills great running back.

RB: Joseph Randle, Dallas Cowboys
Randle will most likely replace DeMarco Murray after Murray had a surgery that nobody expected. Randle is definitely a great pick up and you should definitely start him this week against the Indianapolis Colts.

RB: Justin Forsett, Baltimore Ravens
Forsett has had a great season and is a top ten running back in the entire NFL. The Ravens are still trying to get a playoff spot and the Ravens need him to push them there.

WR: Odell, Beckham Jr., New York Giants
Odell has just been hot no matter who he plays. This week he is playing against the St. Louis Rams who have been great lately, but Odell will still get so many fantasy points even if he was playing against a great team.

WR: Josh Gordon, Cleveland Browns
The Browns got dominated last week and I mean DOMINATED. Johnny Football was horrible in his first career start and the wide outs were horrendous. This week though I believe that the Browns will trounce the Carolina Panthers.

WR: Brandon LaFell, New England Patriots
LaFell has been weak lately, but overall, he has been a great fantasy wide receiver. LaFell is playing against the rival New York Jets and I think this will boost him up and bring him back to being great.

TE: Delaine Walker, Tennessee Titans
Walker has not been the best tight end, but Walker and the Titans are playing the worst team in the NFL record wise and playing wise, the Jacksonville Jaguars. Look for a lot of touchdowns and fantasy points from Walker.

TE: Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers
Even though the Panthers have had a horrible season so far this year, Olsen has had a great one and he has been raking up fantasy points. Olsen is yet again poised to have a great start against one of the worst defenses, Cleveland Browns D.

Defense of the Week: Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins, a few weeks back, stopped the hottest offense in the league (at the time), the San Diego Chargers. They shut them out completely and I believe that they will do it against the Minnesota Vikings.


Sit ‘em

QB: Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
Two weeks ago, Niners fans were outraged when they lost in the Bay rivalry game to the now 2-11 Oakland Raiders. Everybody blamed Kapernick for this loss and since he is playing a tougher team, I think Kaepernick will not do well.

QB: Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins
Everybody is so happy that RGIII is back. Well they should not be. What RGIII has shown is that his “college style” play doesn’t work in the NFL and he’ll have a tough time against the number one defense in the league.

QB: Mark Sanchez, Philadelphia Eagles
For a few weeks now, former Jet Mark Sanchez has replaced the injured Pro Bowl quarterback, Nick Foles. Sanchez has been a decent fill for Foles but he’ll have a tough time against their division rival, the Washington Redskins.

RB: Giovanni Bernard, Cincinnati Bengals
Bernard hasn’t been getting many runs as he was suppose to and Jeremy Hill is now gaining all of the fantasy points. Bernard is also going to have to face the tough Denver Broncos defense so look for a poor game from him.

RB: DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys
I feel bad for all of those fantasy teams that rode this MVP to their fantasy championship. I’m sorry to all of those believers, but, DeMarco won’t play (in my opinion), so look for someone else to play this week.

RB: Trent Richardson, Indianapolis Colts
Richardson has not had a lot of fantasy points because he isn’t the Colts main guy in the end zone. Their main guy is Dan “Boom” Herron and he is a much better fantasy player than Richardson is this week.

WR: Andre Johnson, Houston Texans
Johnson has had a horrible fantasy season and was probably the biggest disappointment in any fantasy sport this year. I feel bad for any person that took Johnson as their top wide out because Fitzpatrick only targets DeAndre Hopkins.

WR: Kenny Stills, New Orleans Saints
Stills reign at the top of the fantasy charts is now over. He has not been getting a lot of points the last few weeks and Brees has been going to Marques Colston more often in the end zone.

WR: Michael Crabtree, San Francisco 49ers
Crabtree has not received the ball often this season and Kaepernick has been only passing the ball to the amazing wide out, Anquan Boldin. I feel that Crabtree will also have a tough time against this amazing San Diego Chargers defense.

TE: Vernon Davis, San Francisco 49ers
Davis is having a horrible fantasy year and he is not even close to being a top fifteen tight end in the league. Davis is going to have a tough time also since he is playing the Niners’ California rival, the San Diego Chargers.

TE: Coby Fleener, Indianapolis Colts
Fleener was great a few weeks ago, but since the return of starting tight end, Dwayne Allen, Fleener is going to have a hard time receiving passes. Fleener is not a good start this week.

Worst Defense of the Week: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Bucs defense, led by Gerald McCoy, has not been the best this season. They are also not a good start this week because the Bucs are playing the best offense in the NFL, the Green Bay Packers. DO NOT START THE BUCS THIS WEEK!!!!

Thanks for reading and I can’t wait till next year

-MHT

 

Week 15

Start ‘em

QB: Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Stafford has been a great quarterback so far this season. He had a good game again last week on Thanksgiving against the Chicago Bears. Since he is playing the 2-10 Buccaneers, I think he’ll have a great game.

QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Houston Texans
Fitzpatrick was amazing last week against the Titans and he had one of the best games of his career. Since he is playing the Jacksonville Jaguars, I believe that he would make a great starting quarterback for this week.

QB: Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
Kaepernick has had a good season so far and, he is playing the worst team in the NFL, the Oakland Raiders. Although, Kaepernick hasn’t been his best and the Niners haven’t been a playoff team, Kapernick is poised to have a great week in this Bay area rivalry game.

RB: Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers
Lacy has been much better since his slump at the beginning of the season. Lacy is definitely a proven running back now after his last few performances, which have been amazing. Lacy should definitely do well against the Falcons on Monday Night.

RB: C.J. Anderson, Denver Broncos
Anderson has been an amazing backup for both of his injured teammates Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman. Anderson is playing the Buffalo Bills this week and he should be able to run them over and score a lot of touchdowns.

RB: Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints
Ingram has been great since he has come back from his injury. Ingram is putting up big numbers and he scores a lot of touchdowns. He is playing against the Carolina Panthers, who have had a horrible season, so look for a fantastic game from Ingram.

WR: Odell, Beckham Jr., New York Giants
Last week the Giants lost to the Jaguars, yeah the JAGUARS! But, the Giants have a chance to redeem themselves against another horrible team, the Tennessee Titans. Odell has been one of the few bright spots on the team and I think he’ll have another great game this week.

WR: Anquan Boldin, San Francisco 49ers
Boldin has been stellar for the Niners this season and leads the team in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns so far. Boldin is playing against the worst team in the NFL, the Oakland Raiders, so I believe he will have another great start.

WR: DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans
Hopkins was a beast in fantasy last week and he was probably the best wide receiver in all of the NFL last week. This week he is playing a worse team, the Jaguars, so look for a gigantic game from the Beast.

TE: Coby Fleener, Indianapolis Colts
Fleener was amazing last game against the Washington Redskins and he was the best tight end in the league last week. Fleener is poised yet again to have a great game playing against a not so great team, the Cleveland Browns.

TE: Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers
Even though the Panthers have had a horrible season so far this year, Olsen has had a great one and he has been raking up fantasy points. Olsen is yet again poised to have a great start against one of the worst defenses, the New Orleans Saints.

Defense of the Week: Green Bay Packers
The Packers have been flawless defensively this year. Clay Matthew has been so dominant and they have been stopping teams like the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots who were red hot until last week when they faced the Packers. I think this will be a successful week for the Packers defensively.


Sit ‘em

QB: Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens
Flacco is one of the most underrated quarterbacks in the NFL. Flacco is having a great year with the Ravens but he is going to have a tough time against one of the toughest defenses, the Miami Dolphins defense.

QB: Phillip Rivers, San Diego Chargers
Rivers is another underrated quarterback that his having an amazing season down in San Diego. Rivers also has a tough competition against a really hard defense, the New England Patriots. I would definitely sit Rivers this week.

QB: Mark Sanchez, Philadelphia Eagles
For a few weeks now, former Jet Mark Sanchez has replaced the injured Pro Bowl quarterback, Nick Foles. Sanchez has been great so far, with the exception of getting crushed by the Packers, and I believe his downfall will start against the defending Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks.

RB: Steven Jackson, Atlanta Falcons
Jackson has been great as the starting running back for the Atlanta Falcons. He has to face the most dominant defense this season though, the Green Bay Packers. Jackson definitely will have trouble against them.

RB: DeAngelo Williams, Carolina Panthers
Williams suffered from a major injury at the beginning of the season, and since then he truly hasn’t succeeded. Williams isn’t getting a lot of carries because Jonathan Stewart is taking the majority of the runs. You should definitely sit Williams.

RB: Bishop Sankey, Tennessee Titans
Even though Sankey is the Titans top running back and has the most rushing yards on the team, you should definitely sit him. Sankey is having a horrible season and he is barely scoring any fantasy points.

WR: Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City Chief
Even though Chiefs have been great, Bowe hasn’t had a lot of receptions. This week he is facing the 9-3 Arizona Cardinals who have a stellar defense so look for another down game for Bowe.

WR: Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahawks
Baldwin was not at all the expectation that anybody had for him after Percy Harvin left and went to the New York Jets. Baldwin and the Seahawks are also playing the number one defense in the NFL, the Philadelphia Eagles so he will not have a big game.

WR: Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills
Watkins had a great start at the beginning of his young career and he was definitely the top rookie wide receiver at the beginning. But, ever since Odell Beckham Jr. made “The Extension”, the amazing catch against the Cowboys, Watkins has declined and has become not such a great wide receiver.

TE: Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles
Ertz is a good tight end in the NFL but he is playing a really great defense this week. Ertz is playing the defending Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks, this week and I believe he will not do well.

TE: Mychal Rivera, Oakland Raiders
Rivera had some really great weeks during the middle of the year but since then, he has declined. Rivera is playing a tough defense, the San Francisco 49ers, so I think Rivera will have a hard challenge to face.

Worst Defense of the Week: Washington Redskins
The Redskins have been horrible defensively this season and the Rams have been on fire lately offensively. I believe that the Redskins well not do will and the Rams will plow through them.

 

Week 14

Start ‘em

QB: Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Stafford has been a great quarterback so far this season. He had a good game again last week on Thanksgiving against the Chicago Bears. Since he is playing the 2-10 Buccaneers, I think he’ll have a great game.

QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Houston Texans
Fitzpatrick was amazing last week against the Titans and he had one of the best games of his career. Since he is playing the Jacksonville Jaguars, I believe that he would make a great starting quarterback for this week.

QB: Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
Kaepernick has had a good season so far and, he is playing the worst team in the NFL, the Oakland Raiders. Although, Kaepernick hasn’t been his best and the Niners haven’t been a playoff team, Kapernick is poised to have a great week in this Bay area rivalry game.

RB: Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers
Lacy has been much better since his slump at the beginning of the season. Lacy is definitely a proven running back now after his last few performances, which have been amazing. Lacy should definitely do well against the Falcons on Monday Night.

RB: C.J. Anderson, Denver Broncos
Anderson has been an amazing backup for both of his injured teammates Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman. Anderson is playing the Buffalo Bills this week and he should be able to run them over and score a lot of touchdowns.

RB: Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints
Ingram has been great since he has come back from his injury. Ingram is putting up big numbers and he scores a lot of touchdowns. He is playing against the Carolina Panthers, who have had a horrible season, so look for a fantastic game from Ingram.

WR: Odell, Beckham Jr., New York Giants
Last week the Giants lost to the Jaguars, yeah the JAGUARS! But, the Giants have a chance to redeem themselves against another horrible team, the Tennessee Titans. Odell has been one of the few bright spots on the team and I think he’ll have another great game this week.

WR: Anquan Boldin, San Francisco 49ers
Boldin has been stellar for the Niners this season and leads the team in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns so far. Boldin is playing against the worst team in the NFL, the Oakland Raiders, so I believe he will have another great start.

WR: DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans
Hopkins was a beast in fantasy last week and he was probably the best wide receiver in all of the NFL last week. This week he is playing a worse team, the Jaguars, so look for a gigantic game from the Beast.

TE: Coby Fleener, Indianapolis Colts
Fleener was amazing last game against the Washington Redskins and he was the best tight end in the league last week. Fleener is poised yet again to have a great game playing against a not so great team, the Cleveland Browns.

TE: Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers
Even though the Panthers have had a horrible season so far this year, Olsen has had a great one and he has been raking up fantasy points. Olsen is yet again poised to have a great start against one of the worst defenses, the New Orleans Saints.

Defense of the Week: Green Bay Packers
The Packers have been flawless defensively this year. Clay Matthew has been so dominant and they have been stopping teams like the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots who were red hot until last week when they faced the Packers. I think this will be a successful week for the Packers defensively.


Sit ‘em

QB: Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens
Flacco is one of the most underrated quarterbacks in the NFL. Flacco is having a great year with the Ravens but he is going to have a tough time against one of the toughest defenses, the Miami Dolphins defense.

QB: Phillip Rivers, San Diego Chargers
Rivers is another underrated quarterback that his having an amazing season down in San Diego. Rivers also has a tough competition against a really hard defense, the New England Patriots. I would definitely sit Rivers this week.

QB: Mark Sanchez, Philadelphia Eagles
For a few weeks now, former Jet Mark Sanchez has replaced the injured Pro Bowl quarterback, Nick Foles. Sanchez has been great so far, with the exception of getting crushed by the Packers, and I believe his downfall will start against the defending Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks.

RB: Steven Jackson, Atlanta Falcons
Jackson has been great as the starting running back for the Atlanta Falcons. He has to face the most dominant defense this season though, the Green Bay Packers. Jackson definitely will have trouble against them.

RB: DeAngelo Williams, Carolina Panthers
Williams suffered from a major injury at the beginning of the season, and since then he truly hasn’t succeeded. Williams isn’t getting a lot of carries because Jonathan Stewart is taking the majority of the runs. You should definitely sit Williams.

RB: Bishop Sankey, Tennessee Titans
Even though Sankey is the Titans top running back and has the most rushing yards on the team, you should definitely sit him. Sankey is having a horrible season and he is barely scoring any fantasy points.

WR: Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City Chief
Even though Chiefs have been great, Bowe hasn’t had a lot of receptions. This week he is facing the 9-3 Arizona Cardinals who have a stellar defense so look for another down game for Bowe.

WR: Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahawks
Baldwin was not at all the expectation that anybody had for him after Percy Harvin left and went to the New York Jets. Baldwin and the Seahawks are also playing the number one defense in the NFL, the Philadelphia Eagles so he will not have a big game.

WR: Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills
Watkins had a great start at the beginning of his young career and he was definitely the top rookie wide receiver at the beginning. But, ever since Odell Beckham Jr. made “The Extension”, the amazing catch against the Cowboys, Watkins has declined and has become not such a great wide receiver.

TE: Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles
Ertz is a good tight end in the NFL but he is playing a really great defense this week. Ertz is playing the defending Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks, this week and I believe he will not do well.

TE: Mychal Rivera, Oakland Raiders
Rivera had some really great weeks during the middle of the year but since then, he has declined. Rivera is playing a tough defense, the San Francisco 49ers, so I think Rivera will have a hard challenge to face.

Worst Defense of the Week: Washington Redskins
The Redskins have been horrible defensively this season and the Rams have been on fire lately offensively. I believe that the Redskins well not do will and the Rams will plow through them.

 

Week 12

Start ‘em

QB: Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Luck has a great season and is probably the best quarterback in the NFL right now. Luck is playing the Jacksonville Jaguars, who only have one win so far this season, and I’m feeling a big game from him.

QB: Mark Sanchez, Philadelphia Eagles
Sanchez had a horrible start last week against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. But, this week, he is playing the weak Tennessee Titans defense that has allowed many touchdowns. Sanchez will rise again on Sunday in Philly.

QB: Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears
Cutler has had a great season despite the Bears losing record. The Bears probably won’t make the playoffs because the Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers have been surging this season, but, I think Cutler will have a good start against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

RB: Trent Richardson, Indianapolis Colts
Due to the injury of Ahmad Bradshaw, Richardson is now the top running back for the Colts and he has a great week to show off his talent. Richardson is playing one of the worst defenses, the Jaguars defense, so look for him to score a lot of touchdowns.

RB: Frank Gore, San Francisco 49ers
Gore has been a great running back for the 49ers and fantasy owners who have him. This week he is playing the Washington Redskins, who have been falling apart. I feel that Gore will have a big game Sunday at Levi’s stadium.

RB: Denard Robinson, Jacksonville Jaguars
Even though the Jaguars have had another horrible season, Robinson has been a bright spot for them. Robinson has been a great pick up and he is scoring the majority of touchdowns for the Jaguars.

WR: Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia Eagles
Maclin has been the go to wide receiver in Philly by both Nick Foles and Mark Sanchez. Maclin is poised to have another good week because the Eagles are facing the horrible Tennessee Titans defense and Sanchez will be throwing the ball a lot to him

WR: T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis Colts
Hilton has been a great wide receiver this season. He is Andrew Lucks go to guy in Indy. Even though Hilton had a bad game last week, he’ll bounce back against a week Jacksonville defense.

WR: Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers
Cobb has been a fantasy stud scoring a lot of touchdowns. Aaron Rodgers always targets him and when he’s open, he is a receiving machine. This week the Packers are facing the Vikings, so look for Rodgers to pass it to Cobb in the end zone in this rivalry game.

TE: Larry Donnell, New York Giants
Donnell has been Eli’s best receiver and Donnell has hands like glue in the end zone. Even though he is playing the tough Cowboys defense, Donnell will be targeted a lot in this huge rivalry game.

TE: Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers
Even though the Rams destroyed Peyton last week, I feel that it was only a fluke. The Rams will probably return to themselves again after playing the Chargers and their stellar offense. Gates will probably have many touches in the end zone this week.

Defense of the Week: Green Bay Packers
The Packers have been flawless defensively this year. Clay Matthew has been so dominant and they have been stopping teams like the Philadelphia Eagles who were red hot until last week when they faced the Packers. I think this will be a successful week for the Packers defensively.


Sit ‘em

QB: Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
Wilson has had a good season but he has fallen apart against tough defenses. This week he is playing the 9-1 Arizona Cardinals and they have one of the best defenses in the NFL. I believe Wilson will not have a good game.

QB: Eli Manning, New York Giants
Eli has not had a great season and due to injuries, lack of a good running back and no great wide receivers, Eli and the Giants are now one of the worst teams in the NFL. Going up against their rival, the Dallas Cowboys, Eli is going to have a tough time.

QB: Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Brees has been a bust for fantasy owners who drafted him this season. This week he is facing the Baltimore Ravens and I think Brees and the Saints won’t do well against them on Monday night.

RB: Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins
Morris has been a great running back and truly the only bright spot on the Redskin season. But, he’ll be facing the San Francisco 49ers this week and they have a great running defense. I feel that Morris will not have a great game Sunday.

RB: Matt Asiata, Minnesota Vikings
Asiata has been on and off for the Vikings so far this season. I think that since Minnesota is playing the Green Bay Packers, who have been on fire the last few weeks, Asiata will have a tough time against Julius Peppers and the Green Bay Packers defense.

RB: Jonas Gray, Detroit Lions
DON’T BE FOOLED BY HIS GREAT WEEK LAST WEEK! I wouldn’t necessarily start Gray because he hasn’t proven himself. Even though he did well last week, I’d make sure he’s the real deal before I’d start him.

WR: Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City Chiefs
Even though Chiefs have been great, Bowe hasn’t had a lot of receptions. This week he is facing the 0-10 Oakland Raiders and even though they don’t have the best defense I think he still won’t have a lot of receptions.

WR: Andre Johnson, Houston Texans
Andre Johnson has been a big bust this season. Mallet and Fitzpatrick haven’t been targeting him and he has barely any touchdown receptions. Johnson is a risky move to start also because he is playing the tough Bengals defense.

WR: Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jackson has not been the best wide receiver and he no longer is the Bucs top wide receiver. McCown has been throwing the ball to rookie receiver Mike Evans more often and I think Jackson will not have a lot of touches.

TE: Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles
Ertz is a good tight end and he is playing an easy team, the Tennessee Titans. That might sound ideal but Sanchez hasn’t been throwing the ball to him and I feel he won’t have a lot of receptions.

TE: Delaine Walker, Tennessee Titans
Even though the Eagles had a horrible week and got demolished at Lambeau Field, they are going to have a better defensive week against an even easier offense, the Tennessee Titans. Mettenberger will have a tough time reaching Walker on Sunday.

Worst Defense of the Week: Tennesssee Titans
The Titans have struggled tremendously on defense and they have allowed so many points. This week they’ll have to face the best running back in the league, LeSean McCoy, and one of the best receivers in the league, Jeremy Maclin. It’ll be tough for the Titans.

Week 11

Start ‘em

QB: Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Peyton is having a MVP season with the Broncos and he has put his name in the history books in so many ways. Peyton is playing the St. Louis Rams defense that has struggled a lot, so let Peyton take your team to victory.

QB: Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
Kaepernick has had a fantastic season so far and he is proving that he is an elite quarterback in the NFL. Kaepernick and the 49ers are playing the New York Giants, who have had major injuries to top players like Prince Amukamara. I feel a great game from Kaepernick.

QB: Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers
Even though Rivers had a horrible start not even getting a single point up on the board for the Chargers he has the chance this week to redeem himself. Rivers is playing the Oakland Raiders, who still haven’t had a win yet this season. I think Rivers will take advantage of this opportunity.

RB: Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers

Bell has been one of the best running backs in the league and has been getting so many fantasy points this season. The Steelers are playing against the Tennessee Titans; they have been one of the worst teams. Bell has the best opportunity to do well.

RB: Montee Ball, Denver Broncos
Do to the injury of Hillman, CJ Anderson took over at the running back spot last week against Oakland during the middle of the game. Apparently, according to news reports, Montee Ball is going to be back and is ready to play for the first time since week five. Ball is definitely ready to burst back onto the field with Peyton.

RB: Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints
Ingram has been stellar these last three weeks even though he is fighting through an injury. Ingram is definitely a good choice because he is playing a Bengals defense that has given up so many points.

WR: DeSean Jackson, Washington Redskins
DeSean has been on and off this season and he has been a great part of the Redskins offense. DeSean is playing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and DeSean is great against weaker opponents like the Bucs.

WR: Kelvin Benjamin, Carolina Panthers
Benjamin was great last minute for the Panthers last week and scored a lot of fantasy points against the toughest NFL defense. Benjamin and the Panthers are playing the Falcons who have had an injury filled year so look for a great start from Kelvin.

WR: Brandon Marshall, Chicago Bears

Marshall has not had a great year and was really slumping until last week’s game against the Packers. Marshall seems to be on the road to becoming a great wide receiver again and this week he has the chance to do it against the Vikings.

TE: Julius Thomas, Denver Broncos
Thomas is starting to get back on a role and be a dominant tight end in the league. Last week was a great week for him against the Oakland Raiders and I believe he’ll do it again this week against the St. Louis Rams.

TE: Martellus Bennett, Chicago Bears
Bennett has been a great tight end this year and has provided a lot of points for all the fantasy teams that own him. Bennett is playing the division rival Minnesota Vikings and he’ll be one of Jay Cutler’s top targets.

Defense of the Week: Denver Broncos
The Broncos are playing a bad offense that hasn’t truly figured out what they are doing. As the red hot Broncos face the cold Rams, the Broncos are poised for a great defensive outing.



Sit ‘em


QB: Drew Stanton, Arizona Cardinals
Stanton is going to start this week because the Cardinals top quarterback, Carson Palmer, has a severe injury. It seems Stanton is going to be the quarterback for the rest of the year for the Cardinals and he’ll have to face the Lions, who are so hot defensively.

QB: Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals
Dalton had a horrible start last week. He didn’t throw a single touchdown pass and it was against a very weak defense, the Cleveland Browns. Dalton will be facing a harder defense this week, the New Orleans Saints, and I think he’ll have a hard time passing the ball.

QB: Mark Sanchez, Philadelphia Eagles
Sanchez is back as a starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. Even though he has been good so far, he’ll have some tough competition against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. The Packers have not lost a single game at home this year so look for Sanchez to return to his old self yet again.

RB: Ben Tate, Cleveland Browns
Tate has lost the starting job in Cleveland because he has been underperforming this season. The job has now been given to third round draft pick Terrence West and he has proven himself as a great running back. More runs will go to West than Tate from now on.

RB: Rashad Jennings, New York Giants
According to reports by the media, Jennings is going to be ready to comeback from his injury and play for the Giants this week against the San Francisco 49ers. I believe that the 49ers will be too much for Jennings and he’ll have a bad week.

RB: Tre Mason, St. Louis Rams
Mason has taken the spot from Zac Stacy and he is now the starting running back for the St. Louis Rams. He’ll have to face the unstoppable Denver Broncos defense and I feel Mason will slump yet again.

WR: Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills
Watkins seems to become worse and worse as weeks go on. Watkins has been slumping and underperforming for the Bills and I feel that he’ll do it again on Thursday night against the Miami Dolphins.

WR: DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans

Hopkins has been a great option for the Texans this season and he has definitely been a struggle on defenses throughout the NFL. Hopkins has been decent his last two weeks, but based on Cleveland’s performance last week, I believe the Browns will stop him.

WR: Mohamed Sanu, Cincinnati Bengals

Sanu has been a great wide receiver this season and he definitely filled in the space for the Bengals when A.J. Green was injured. Now that Green is back I feel Dalton will pass the ball less to Sanu and more to Green.

TE: Jared Cook, St. Louis Rams

Even though Cook is the Rams top receiver, he’ll have tough time getting passes to him because the Denver Broncos are going to have him all covered. Cook will have a tough time against a tough defense like the Broncos.

TE: Delaine Walker, Tennessee Titans
Even though the Steelers had a horrible week and let the Jets win, they are going to have a better defensive week against an even easier offense, the Tennessee Titans. Mettenberger will have a tough time reaching Walker on Monday night.

Worst Defense of the Week: Oakland Raiders

The Raiders defense has had a struggling injury-filled year and they have not produced like most people thought they would. Oakland is playing one of the best offenses in the NFL, the San Diego Chargers. This will definitely be a problem for the Raiders.

Week 9

Start ‘em

QB: Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals
Dalton has been a good quarterback and is still continuing to get better. He has done this even though he lost one of the best wide receivers in the league, AJ Green. Playing one of the worst team in the NFL, the Jacksonville Jaguars, Dalton should definitely have a great game.

QB: Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
Wilson had a poor start last week against Carolina but he is playing the only team without a win this season, the Oakland Raiders. I believe Wilson will not only throw the ball, but, scramble with it as well.

QB: Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
Kaepernick had a bye last week so I’m expecting him to be very energized, especially playing a slumping St. Louis Rams. Just like Wilson, Kaepernick will scramble and throw a lot in this game.

RB: Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins
Morris has shown major improvement from his last few games that he has played. Even though he didn’t score that many points last week, he showed that he is excelling. Playing a weak Jaguars team Morris set for an even better game this week.

RB: Ahmad Bradshaw, Indianapolis Colts
Bradshaw has had a killer year so far and has earned a spot at the top 5 fantasy running backs this year. On Monday night playing the lacking Giants, Bradshaw should have the ball a lot against his former team.

RB: Ronnie Hillman, Denver Broncos
Hillman is definitely an underrated running back in the NFL because when most people hear the Broncos, they think that Peyton Manning is going to pass the football. But, when he needs a power run, Peyton goes to Hillman to get the Broncos more yards.

WR: Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia Eagles
Maclin has been a top 5 fantasy wide receiver and proved it to us again last week against the Arizona Cardinals, even though they lost. Maclin is playing a sleeping Houston Teans D so look for another big game from him.

WR: DeSean Jackson, Washington Redskins
DeSean has slumped these last few weeks, just like his teammate Alfred Morris, but he has also shown improvement. DeSean seems to be getting back on track to being a top wide receiver in the league and I believe that he’ll prove it this week against the Vikings.

WR: T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis Colts
T.Y. Hilton has been on fire game after game so far and is definitely a person you don’t want on the bench this week. Playing on Monday Night against the New York Giants, look for Luck to throw the ball to T.Y. a lot.

TE: Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers
Olsen is arguably the best fantasy tight end in the NFL currently. Not only does Olsen lead the Panthers in receptions he also leads the Panthers in touchdowns. Olsen is poised for a good start against the Saints on Thursday Night.

TE: Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs
Kelce has been the Chiefs leader in receptions and receiving yards so far this year. This week, playing the Jets, Kelce will be called upon to get most of the passes from quarterback Alex Smith.

Defense of the Week: Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals defense has not been the best defense in the league, but, they are playing an opponent that doesn’t get a lot of points, the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Bengals, I feel, will blockade the Jaguars from getting points.


Sit ‘em

QB: Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers
Roethlisberger had a stellar week in his game against the Indianapolis Colts. But, Roethlisberger is known to struggle against the Baltimore Ravens defense, so, I would refrain from starting him this week.

QB: Eli Manning, New York Giants
Coming off of a bye week Eli is facing the Indianapolis Colts, who have former teammates of Eli’s, Ahmad Bradshaw and Hakeem Nicks. As pressure builds up from facing them, I feel Eli will do poor against this strong Colts defense.

QB: Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys
Romo has been a top 5 fantasy quarterback so far and has brought the Cowboys back from the dead. Even though has done this I feel that he will struggle against one of the top NFL teams right now, the Arizona Cardinals.

RB: Trent Richardson, Indianapolis Colts
Even though he has been great the majority of the season, Richardson is not a wise choice to start this week. I believe that the Colts are going to use Ahmad Bradshaw this week because he is playing his former team, the New York Giants.

RB: Darren McFadden, Oakland Raiders
McFadden is having a bounce back year so far with the Raiders and is on track to being a great running back in the league. But, this week, he will have struggles facing a tough Seattle Seahawks defense

RB: Zac Stacy, St. Louis Rams
Stacy has been demoted now to the second running back for the St. Louis Rams. Even if he would be the top running back for the Rams, he would face a tough San Francisco defense that would eat him up.

WR: Torrey Smith, Baltimore Ravens
Even though Torrey is having a good season, he has major struggles against the Pittsburgh Steelers defense. Smith will not get many passes and Flacco will probably pass it more to the other Smith wide receiver, Steve Smith Sr. Too Many Smiths?

WR: Mike Wallace, Miami Dolphins
Even though Wallace is the Dolphins top receiver, I feel that the Bolts will swallow any passes that come near Wallace. Wallace will not score many points against the Chargers defense

WR: Percy Harvin, New York Jets

This is Harvin’s second week with the Jets after being traded from the Seattle Seahawks. Even though Percy is a top wide receiver I feel that he will have a tough time because he is still getting use to the team.

TE: Jace Amaro, New York Jets
Jace is the Jets top tight end and Vick seems to target him a lot. But, Jace will have a tough time playing a tough Kansas City Chiefs defense that he has never played before in his career.

TE: Jared Cook, St. Louis Rams
Cook has been a great tight end for fantasy football so far this year. Cook is playing against a tough passing San Francisco 49ers defense so Anderson will not pass the ball to him as much as usual.

Worst Defense of the Week: New England Patriots
The Pats have been a good defense but they haven’t played a team like the Denver Broncos this season. I feel that the Broncos will stampede over the Patriots defense.

Week 8

Start ‘em

QB: Matt Stafford, Detroit Lions
Stafford has been really great even though he has lost the top wide receiver in the league Calvin “Megatron” Johnson. Golden Tate has been a great fill in and he has also been on fire with his passes.

QB: Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys
Romo has been one of the best quarterbacks in the league and he has turned the mediocre Cowboys into one of the best teams in the NFL. Romo is playing the Redskins, who have been falling apart this season, on Monday night so look for a great performance from him and the Cowboys.

QB: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Rodgers had a little bit of a rocky start but since then he has been the elite quarterback every NFL fan knows. Rodgers is playing against one of the worst defenses in the NFL, the New Orleans Saints, and so look for a big game from Rodgers.

RB: DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys
Murray is definitely the best running back in fantasy so far this year and playing against the Redskins defense, which has been probably the worst defense this year, he will light up the field in Dallas on Monday night.

RB: Trent Richardson, Indianapolis Colts

Richardson was pulled out of last Sunday’s game early with a tweaked hamstring but Colts head coach, Chuck Pagano, assured the media that he will be ready for next Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, since the Steelers have been on a downward spiral, look for Richardson to gain many yards Sunday.

RB: Lamar Miller, Miami Dolphins
Miller has been the Dolphins best running back since the injury of Knowshon Moreno at the beginning of the season and since then he has been at the top of the fantasy running backs list. Playing one of the worst teams in the NFL, the Jacksonville Jaguars look for a major performance from him.

WR: Mike Wallace, Miami Dolphins
Wallace is going to be Ryan Tannehill’s go to wide receiver. Wallace is looking like he can be a top wide receiver and playing the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are having a horrible year; Wallace should get a lot of passes thrown to him.


WR: Steve Smith Sr., Baltimore Ravens
Steve Smith has been a big surprise and success this year. Since he has come to the Ravens, Flacco has been targeting him almost every drive they have had. Smith has proved his dominance this season and should dominate against the Bengals defense, who gave up 27 points last week.

WR: Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills

Watkins is having a great rookie season so far and is looking like he has a shot at NFL offensive rookie of the year. As Watkins faces the weak 1-6 New York Jets, Watkins, in my opinion will surge against the Jets on Sunday.

TE: Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers
Gates has been the biggest surprise this year and he has been a key part of the Chargers receiving core. Gates has the potential to be a difference maker on Thursday against the Denver Broncos.

TE: Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns
Cameron didn’t have the best week playing the Jacksonville Jaguars. This week he has a shot at redemption playing the 0-6 Oakland Raiders so look for him to impress many people this game.

Defense of the Week: Detroit Lions
Detroit is playing a really bad Falcons team who has gone 2-5 and has been the opposite of what most people expected. The Lions have had one of the best defenses and I believe they will have a good game against the Atlanta Falcons.



Sit ‘em

QB: Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers
Roethlisberger has not been performing to his potential and has really slumped so far this year. As Roethlisberger faces Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, I feel Roethlisberger won’t have a good game.

QB: Tom Brady, New England Patriots

Brady has been very mediocre so far this season. He has not been the usual quarterback he has been for the Patriots. Playing Jared Allen and the Bears this upcoming week, I predict a bad game for the Brady Bunch.

QB: Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals
Dalton and the Bengals had a really bad week the last time they played against the Indianapolis Colts. Dalton couldn’t even get one point up there against the Colts D. This time playing the even tougher Baltimore Ravens D, I feel that Dalton will struggle and the Ravens will surge.

RB: Steven Jackson, Atlanta Falcons
During this season Jackson hasn’t been rushing the ball a lot and if there is a pass play and the Falcons want a running back in the game they’ll put in Antone Smith. As weeks progress Jackson gets less rushes and yards so I feel Jackson won’t have a good game.

RB: Darren Sproles, Philadelphia Eagles
Sproles was on fire the first few weeks of the season then it started to die down as weeks advanced. The Eagles are really starting to run the ball more with LeSean McCoy and pass/run the ball less with Sproles.

RB: Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins

Morris has struggled for a while now and really hasn’t been getting the ball that often during the game. Morris is facing a strong run defense this week, the Dallas Cowboys, so look for more of a passing game and less of a run game.

WR: Kendall Wright, Tennessee Titans
The Titans have had on and off weeks but overall this season they have been one of the worst teams in the NFL. This is due to Kendall Wright not receiving enough passes. Since Wright isn’t getting many receptions, he has not gained a lot of fantasy points and I believe he will not get a lot of points this week.

WR: Keenan Allen, San Diego Chargers

Allen was predicted at the beginning of the season to be one of the top fantasy wide receivers this year. Keenan hasn’t been getting the passes though and has been the opposite of what most people predicted him to be. Allen is again set to have another bad week playing the difficult Denver Broncos.

WR: Percy Harvin, New York Jets
This is Harvin’s first week with the Jets after being traded from the Seattle Seahawks to the Jets. He hasn’t had the best season and adjusting to the new offense will be trouble for Harvin as the Jets face off against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

TE: Delaine Walker, Tennessee Titans
Just like the rest of the Titans, Walker has struggled so far this season. Just like Wright’s case, Walker has not been receiving enough passes and scoring enough fantasy points. I believe he will not score a lot of fantasy points this week against the tough Texans D.

TE: Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots
Even though Gronk leads the Pats in touchdowns score, he hasn’t had one of the best seasons. Gronk is facing a tough Chicago Bears defense that will cover a lot of passes his way, so look for Brady to go to a different receiver.

Worst Defense of the Week: Tennessee Titans
The Titans not only are having offensive struggles this season, their defense has been slacking as well. As the Titans play a really tough Texans offense, I feel that Andre Johnson and Arian Foster will out play this Titans Defense.

Week 7

Start ‘em

QB: Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens
Joe has been great so far and is on a great streak. He is becoming a top fantasy quarterback. After his amazing performance against Tampa Bay look for a similar one against the Atlanta Falcons.

QB: Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals
Palmer was on fire last week and looks like he has recovered from the injury that he had. To make it even better for Palmer, he will be playing the winless Oakland Raiders in Oakland this week. Look for another big performance from him this week.

QB: Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
Wilson surprisingly lost last week to a stellar Cowboys team that looked spotless. But, this week should be a much better week as he faces off with one of the worst teams in the NFL, the St. Louis Rams.

RB: Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins

Morris hasn’t been his best lately but has had some extremely tough competition. This week, playing the Tennessee Titans, I believe he will be ready to run the ball into the end zone multiple times.

RB: Branden Oliver, San Diego Chargers
Oliver has been on fire since becoming the starting running back for the Chargers. He has been one of the best fantasy pick ups this year. Playing against Kansas City, who has a really poor running defense, Oliver should be set up for a great game.

RB: Frank Gore, San Francisco 49ers
People are really going to be surprised by this start ‘em. Even though Gore is playing against the Denver Broncos I feel that he is going to have great game. Even though the Broncos have a good defense, their running D is much worse than their passing D.

WR: Brandon LaFell, New England Patriots
LaFell is clearly a top wide receiver on the Patriots offense. Brady has been targeting him a lot and he gets a lot of touchdown passes thrown to him. LaFell can be a key for your fantasy team to win.

WR: Andre Johnson, Houston Texans

Johnson is now getting a lot more passes to him than he has before. Johnson is poised to have a good game because it seems like the Steelers defense is starting to fall apart quickly.
WR: Golden Tate, Detroit Lions
Reports make it seem that Calvin Johnson could be sitting out for a long time and Tate’s value has increased by a lot. Tate is now Detroit’s No. 1 wide receiver (while Johnson is injured) so look for a lot of passes toward him.

TE: Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers
Olsen was on fire last week receiving a lot of passes from Cam Newton. Olsen may indeed be a factor if the Panthers will beat the Packers this week.

TE: Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns
Last week, Cameron lit up playing against the Steelers defense. He has been a top fantasy tight end this season. This week playing an even easier opponent, the Jacksonville Jaguars, he is poised to have another good week.

Defense of the Week: Dallas Cowboys
Dallas was amazing last week playing the defending Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks. If they can have the strength and do it again with a much easier opponent, the New York Giants, they will have even more points than last week.



Sit ‘em

QB: Eli Manning, New York Giants
Even though Eli has had a few good weeks, but, the Cowboys defense will be a tough competition to beat. Eli also has struggled before with the Cowboys and the Cowboys have only gotten better since he has last seen them.

QB: Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers
Roethlisberger has not been his best, especially last week against the Browns. This week he is playing one of the toughest defenses, the Houston Texans. This makes me believe that he will probably have a poor start.

QB: Geno Smith, New York Jets
This young quarterback has been struggling and hasn’t been getting a lot of points. As Geno goes up against Darrell Revis, former New York Jet, and the rival New England Patriots, look for a bad game from him.

RB: Chris Johnson, New York Jets
Chris Johnson has not been getting a lot of runs as the majority of runs have been going to Chris Ivory. Playing a tough Pats defense, I predict him to have a tough game against the Jet rival, the New England Patriots.

RB: Zac Stacy, St. Louis Rams
Stacy was predicted to be a top running back for the Rams. But, he has been a disappointment for most fantasy owners who have him. Also, playing the defending Super Bowl champion, the Seattle Seahawks, Stacy is poised for a bad game.


RB: Matt Asiata, Minnesota Vikings

Asiata is not the best running back. He has been predicted to do well but has failed several times. Also playing a top Buffalo Bills defense, Asiata is probably going to have a poor game in Orchard Park, New York.

WR: Emmanuel Sanders, Denver Broncos
Sanders was stellar for the first few weeks of the season but since then he has been in a major slump and not performing the way he should. Sanders is playing a really hard defense, the San Francisco 49ers, and I believe he will have a bad game.

WR: Eric Decker, New York Jets
Decker has had some good starts with the Jets so far. He’ll be facing the rival New England Patriots but look out for a big run game from the Jets. I feel Smith is going to run the ball more than pass it and Decker won’t play as well.

WR: James Jones, Oakland Raiders
Jones is definitely a good fantasy pickup, but, I feel that he is going to have a poor start against a really strong Arizona Cardinals defense this week. Jones has been great but when it comes to difficult teams he isn’t clutch.

TE: Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs

Kelce is a great tight end and is the Chiefs top receiver. Kelce is going to be facing a difficult San Diego Chargers defense in San Diego. Look for a run game from the Chiefs and less of a pass game. This will result in Kelce not having a great week.

TE: Heath Miller, Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh struggled against Cleveland last week and since he is playing a tough Texans defense, Miller will not get a lot of passes towards him. Look for a sleeper game from Miller.

Worst Defense of the Week: Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons have had a lot of position changes and injuries and they have become worse and worse. Combine the fact that that they are playing the challenging Baltimore Ravens offense, look for a bad game from the Falcons D.


Week 6

Start ‘em

QB: Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Peyton got his 500th career touchdown pass Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Not only did he reach this incredible feet, he scored a lot of points against the tough Cardinals defense. Playing the Jets this week, expect Peyton to throw a lot of touchdowns passes.

QB: Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers
Last week, Rivers was on fire with touchdown after touchdown.
3 As he faces off with the 0-4 Raiders, he should have an even better week than he had against the New York Jets.

QB: Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
This week Kaepernick is playing an extremely easy D, the St. Louis Rams. He will definitely pass the ball a lot and scramble as well. Kaepernick will definitely shine on Monday night.

RB: Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers
Le’Veon Bell is extremely fast and a great fantasy choice. Bell has had so many points against really tough Ds so look out for an amazing performance against the Cleveland Browns.

RB: Matt Forte, Chicago Bears
Forte was stellar last week against the extremely fierce Carolina Panthers defense. This week, playing a weakened Atlanta Falcons defense, I believe that Forte will yet again score a lot of points.

RB: Andre Ellington, Arizona Cardinals

Ellington was pretty shaky his first few weeks, but now that he is settled in, he has had some really amazing starts. As each week has progressed, he has looked better and better. I predict a solid start from a stellar RB.

WR: Emmanuel Sanders, Denver Broncos
Sanders has been Peyton’s go to guy so far this year. Not only has he been targeted a lot, Sanders has caught a lot of touchdowns. Now facing an easier team, the New York Jets, Sanders is poised for another great start against Gang Green.

WR: Allen Hurns, Jacksonville Jaguars
Hurns has been the top WR down in Jacksonville. He hasn’t scored a lot of points, but playing against a very easy Tennessee Titans D, Allen Hurns has the potential for a great start.
WR: Kendall Wright, Tennessee Titans
Wright was on fire last week and has major potential to score a lot of fantasy points this week. Wright is playing against one of the worst teams in the league, the Jacksonville Jaguars. I think he will score many points this week.

TE: Heath Miller, Pittsburgh Steelers

Heath Miller will be targeted a lot by Roethlisberger in this game even though there will be a lot of rushing by Bell. Miller will definitely get his passes in as the Steelers face off against the Cleveland Browns.

TE: Martellus Bennett, Chicago Bears
Bennett is another big surprise this year as Jay Cutler has been targeting him a lot and he has a lot of receptions. Expect Martellus Bennett to be targeted a lot in this game playing against the weak Atlanta Falcons.

Defense of the Week: San Diego Chargers

The Chargers have been a surprise team this year playing some very excellent offense. This defense has also been underrated one. Last week, against the Jets they didn’t allow one point and they were spot on with tough coverage. This is poised to be a big start for this D against the Raiders.



Sit ‘em

QB: Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins

Kirk was having a stellar start after the injury to RGIII, but the Giants ended that. I predict the Redskins will not be able to compete against a really tough Arizona Cardinals defense.

QB: Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons have hit a rough spot because their defense has been anything but good. Ryan has had a lot of pressure on him and hasn’t been completing to many passes. Ryan will have a tough start playing an unstoppable Bears defense.

QB: Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys

Romo has had a great year so far with the Dallas Cowboys, but he has the challenge of facing the extremely amazing Seahawks defense. Look for Romo to run the ball with DeMarco Murray throughout this game.

RB: Bobby Rainey, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

SLEEPER ALERT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! After having a great week against St. Louis a few weeks ago, but since then, he has been not as good. Look for a sleeper week from Bobby Rainey

RB: Toby Gerhart, Jacksonville Jaguars

Gerhart had a really good opening week. But since then, he has not had a lot of yards. Gerhart will struggle against the Steelers defense. The Jaguars are also one of the last place teams in running yards this year.
RB: Lamar Miller, Miami Dolphins
Miller has been the Dolphins top RB and he has led the Miami Dolphins in rushing yards, but playing against the toughest rush defense in the league, the Green Bay Packers, look for a bad week from him.

WR: Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jackson has had a tough year like the rest of the Buccaneers. It seems that Michael Glennon is running the ball more than passing it. When he does pass it, it isn’t to Vincent Jackson.

WR: Jeremy Kerley, New York Jets

Kerely has had some good starts with the Jets so far. He’ll be facing the Denver Broncos at home but look out for a big run game from the Jets. I feel Vick is going to run the ball more than pass it and Kerley won’t play as well.

WR: Pierre Garcon, Washington Redskins

Garcon has had a disappointing year not only because he is not getting targeted a lot but RGIII is injured. As Kirk Cousins runs the ball more with Morris, less passes are being thrown to him and less fantasy points are being accumulated.

TE: Dwayne Allen, Indianapolis Colts

Dwayne Allen has been used more as a blocker than a receiver this year. As the Colts face off against the Baltimore, Luck will go towards his WR more than Allen.

TE: Andrew Quarless, Green Bay Packers

Quarless hasn’t been the best TE this season and has been used more toward protecting runs than being a receiver. He hasn’t been looked at much by Rogers so watch for a sleeper game from him.

Worst Defense of the Week: Oakland Raiders

I’m feeling a good game from Phillip Rivers and the rest of the tough Chargers offense as they face off against a very slumping Raiders defense on Sunday. With Eddie Royal and Keenan Allen, the Raiders are going to have a tough offense to face.

Week 5

Start ‘em:

QB: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Rodgers is going to face a very easy defense at Lambeau against the Vikings. Rodgers and the packers haven’t had the best of years so far, but look for a big game and some discount double checks from Rodgers.

QB: Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
Ryan has been a stellar QB this season as he tries to bring the Falcons back into the playoffs. He has a great core group of WRs to work with, I predict a good game.

QB: Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
This week Kaepernick is playing a much easier D against the Chiefs and he will definitely pass the ball a lot and scramble as well. If you choose Kaepernick you are poised to rack up points.

RB: Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers
Le’Veon Bell is extremely fast and a great fantasy choice. Bell has had so many points against really tough Ds so look out for an amazing performance in Jacksonville.

RB: Ahmad Bradshaw, Indianapolis Colts
Bradshaw, who most people remember from the New York Giants, has been racking up fantasy points this year. He is the Colts go to guy in the Red Zone. Bradshaw will be tough to tackle and will score a lot of points.

RB: Giovani Bernard, Cincinnati Bengals

Bernard has had an awesome season picking up lots of points for fantasy teams that have him. Bernard will be needed because the Pats have a great passing D but not a good rushing D. Look for Dalton to throw the ball to him.

WR: Kelvin Benjamin, Carolina Panthers
Benjamin has had a really good year and is Cam Newton’s go to man in the pass game. He gets points, scores touchdowns and is really strong. Look for Cam Newton to pass the ball to Benjamin a lot against the Bears.

WR: DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans
Hopkins is getting a lot of receiving yards and TDs from Fitzpatrick. I predict that Hopkins will get a lot of fantasy points in the battle for Texas between Houston and Dallas.

WR: Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers

Cobb and the Packers have not had the start that most people thought they would have. Nevertheless, Cobb will definitely get a lot of passes to him as he and the Packers play the Vikings. The Packers will reign supreme in this rivalry.

TE: Heath Miller, Pittsburgh Steelers
Heath Miller will be targeted a lot by Roethlisberger in this game even though there will be a lot of rushing be Bell. Miller will definitely get his passes in as the Steelers face off in Jacksonville.

TE: Martellus Bennett, Chicago Bears
Bennett is another big surprise this year as Jay Cutler has been targeting him a lot and he has a lot of receptions. Expect Martellus Bennett to be targeted a lot in this game because the Panthers have some great corners and they will look for a big guy like him to stop them.

Defense of the Week: Cleveland Browns

The Browns have had a rough start, but, they have been playing some great football. As they face off in Tennessee against the Titans, they will have an outstanding defensive game.



Sit ‘em

QB: Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins
Kirk was having a stellar start after the injury to RGIII, but the Giants ended that. I predict the Redskins will not be able to compete against one of the toughest defenses in the league, the Seattle Seahawks.

QB: Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals have had a killer 3-0 start to the year but I feel that they will lose their first game this week playing against the Denver Broncos. Carson Palmer will have the challenge of facing against the tough Broncos D.

QB: Tom Brady, New England Patriots
Brady has been a big disappointment to fantasy owners this year. With his horrible numbers and playing the 3-0 Bengals, I feel Brady will have another disappointing week.

RB: Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs

SLEEPER ALERT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Coming up against the 49ers and coming back from his injury, Charles will probably not have a good week unlike the previous one he had.

RB: Toby Gerhart, Jacksonville Jaguars
Gerhart had a really good opening week. But since then, he has not had a lot of yards. Gerhart will struggle against the Steelers defense. The Jaguars are also one of the last place teams in running yards this year.

RB: Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills
Fred Jackson is having a great fantasy year but going up against the Lions, Jackson will have less runs. Kyle Orton will have to pass the ball instead of giving it to Jackson to run.

WR: Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jackson has had a tough year like the rest of the Buccaneers. It seems that Michael Glennon is running the ball more than passing it. When he does pass it, it isn’t to Vincent Jackson.

WR: Brian Quick, St. Louis Rams
Brian Quick is the top WR in the Rams organization right now. The Rams plan will most likely be running the ball and not passing it so I think Quick won’t have a good game. Playing the tough Eagles will also be difficult.

WR: Pierre Garcon, Washington Redskins
Garcon has had a disappointing year not only because he is not getting targeted a lot but RGIII is injured. As Kirk Cousins runs the ball more with Morris, less passes are being thrown to him and less fantasy points are being accumulated.

TE: Dwayne Allen, Indianapolis Colts
Dwayne Allen has been used more as a blocker than a receiver this year. As the Colts face off against the Baltimore, Luck will go towards his WR more than Allen.

TE: Marcedes Lewis, Jacksonville Jaguars
Lewis will not get a lot of passes to him this week. Lewis is going to have trouble because Bortles really wants to target Allen Hurns and not him. It will definitely be a tough game for Lewis and the Jaguars.

Worst Defense of the Week: Washington Redskins
I’m feeling a good game from Russell Wilson and the rest of the Seahawks offense as they face off against a very slumping Redskins defense on Monday Night Football. With Lynch and Percy Harvin, the Redskins are going to have a tough offense to face.