1 Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay vs. Detroit …Detroit allows a league-worst 30.6 points per game
2 Tom Brady, New England at N.Y. Giants …Brady is the only quarterback with multiple touchdown passes in every game this season
3 Drew Brees, New Orleans at Washington
4 Cam Newton, Carolina at Tennessee …Newton is on pace for 146 rushing attempts this season, which would be 19 more than his career high
5 Andy Dalton, Cincinnati vs. Houston
6 Derek Carr, Oakland vs. Minnesota
7 Blake Bortles, Jacksonville at Baltimore …Bortles has thrown 2+ TDs in four straight games while Baltimore allows the 2nd-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks
8 Kirk Cousins, Washington vs. New Orleans …New Orleans has already allowed six different quarterbacks to throw for over 300 yards this season
9 Matthew Stafford, Detroit at Green Bay
10 Peyton Manning, Denver vs. Kansas City …Manning needs just three yards to pass Brett Favre and become the NFL’s all-time leading passer
11 Eli Manning, N.Y. Giants vs. New England
12 Russell Wilson, Seattle vs. Arizona
13 Tyrod Taylor, Buffalo at N.Y. Jets …The Jets have a strong defense, but they have been shredded via the pass over the past three weeks (1,069 passing yards allowed in their past three games)
14 Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay vs. Dallas …Winston hasn’t thrown an interception in 121 straight pass attempts, the third longest active streak
15 Joe Flacco, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville
16 Carson Palmer, Arizona at Seattle
17 Brian Hoyer, Houston at Cincinnati  …Hoyer has multiple touchdowns in five straight games
18 Teddy Bridgewater, Minnesota at Oakland …Bridgewater (concussion) needs to be monitored but he is expected to be able to start and in a favorable match-up
19 Ryan Tannehill, Miami at Philadelphia
20 Ryan Fitzpatrick, N.Y. Jets vs. Buffalo
21 Marcus Mariota, Tennessee vs. Carolina
22 Landry Jones, Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland …Expect Jones to draw the start with Roethlisberger (foot) likely out
23 Matt Cassel, Dallas at Tampa Bay
24 Jay Cutler, Chicago at St. Louis …St. Louis allows the 2nd-fewest fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks
25 Sam Bradford, Philadelphia vs. Miami
26 Alex Smith, Kansas City at Denver
27 Nick Foles, St. Louis vs. Chicago …Foles hasn’t topped 200 yards passing since Week 1
28 Johnny Manziel, Cleveland at Pittsburgh


Running Back
1 Todd Gurley, St. Louis vs. Chicago
2 DeAngelo Williams, Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland …Williams’ 170 rushing yards last week were the third most ever by a back 32 years or older — Williams (foot) needs to be monitored but should be okay
3 DeMarco Murray, Philadelphia vs. Miami …Murray busted out for 181 yards and heavy usage coming out of the Eagles’ bye, while Miami allows the most fantasy points to running backs over the last three weeks
4 Mark Ingram, New Orleans at Washington …Washington allows 190.7 yards rushing over its last three games
5 Adrian Peterson, Minnesota at Oakland …Somewhat quietly, Peterson leads the NFL with 758 rushing yards
6 Darren McFadden, Dallas at Tampa Bay …McFadden leads the NFL in touches (85) over the past three weeks
7 Doug Martin, Tampa Bay vs. Dallas …Dallas allows the most fantasy points to opposing running backs
8 LeGarrette Blount, New England at N.Y. Giants
9 James Starks, Green Bay vs. Detroit
10 Lamar Miller, Miami at Philadelphia …Miller now has a rushing touchdown in four straight games, but Philadelphia allows the 4th-fewest fantasy points to opposing running backs
11 Justin Forsett, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville
12 Marshawn Lynch, Seattle vs. Arizona
13 Giovani Bernard, Cincinnati vs. Houston
14 Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati vs. Houston
15 T.J. Yeldon, Jacksonville at Baltimore
16 Duke Johnson, Cleveland at Pittsburgh
17 Chris Ivory, N.Y. Jets vs. Buffalo …Ivory has just 84 rushing yards on 55 carries (1.5 YPC) over the past three weeks
18 Jonathan Stewart, Carolina at Tennessee
19 Jeremy Langford, Chicago at St. Louis …It’s a tough match-up for Langford but if Matt Forte is out he remains a solid RB2
20 Charcandrick West, Kansas City at Denver
21 LeSean McCoy, Buffalo at N.Y. Jets …McCoy (shoulder) needs to be monitored and he draws the number one rushing defense in the NFL
22 Karlos Williams, Buffalo at N.Y. Jets
23 Ryan Mathews, Philadelphia vs. Miami
24 Shane Vereen, N.Y. Giants vs. New England …Vereen faces his former team the Patriots for the first time since leaving via free agency
25 Latavius Murray, Oakland vs. Minnesota …Murray (concussion) needs to be monitored
26 Joique Bell, Detroit at Green Bay
27 Antonio Andrews, Tennessee vs. Carolina
28 Chris Johnson, Arizona at Seattle
29 C.J. Anderson, Denver vs. Kansas City
30 Charles Sims, Tampa Bay vs. Dallas
31 Theo Riddick, Detroit at Green Bay
32 Eddie Lacy, Green Bay vs. Detroit …Lacy has just 112 yards combined over the last four weeks
33 Isaiah Crowell, Cleveland at Pittsburgh …The running back situation for Cleveland got a little bit clearer with Robert Turbin being released
34 James White, New England at N.Y. Giants …White should have a larger role with Dion Lewis lost for the season
35 Ronnie Hillman, Denver vs. Kansas City
36 Alfred Blue, Houston at Cincinnati
37 Matt Jones, Washington vs. New Orleans
38 Dexter McCluster, Tennessee vs. Carolina
39 Javorius Allen, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville
40 C.J. Spiller, New Orleans at Washington
41 Rashad Jennings, N.Y. Giants vs. New England
42 Alfred Morris, Washington vs. New Orleans
43 Ameer Abdullah, Detroit at Green Bay
44 Darren Sproles, Philadelphia vs. Miami
45 Jay Ajayi, Miami at Philadelphia
46 David Johnson, Arizona at Seattle
47 Marcel Reece, Oakland vs. Minnesota …If Latavius Murray (concussion) can’t go Reece could be a bit of a deep sleeper
48 Brandon Bolden, New England at N.Y. Giants
49 Chris Thompson, Washington vs. New Orleans
50 Taiwan Jones, Oakland vs. Minnesota
51 Andre Ellington, Arizona at Seattle
52 Chris Polk, Houston at Cincinnati
53 Jordan Todman, Philadelphia vs. Miami …Todman is next man up if DeAngelo Williams were to miss time
54 Mike Tolbert, Carolina at Tennessee
55 Fred Jackson, Seattle vs. Arizona
56 KaDeem Carey, Chicago at St. Louis
57 Tre Mason, St. Louis vs. Chicago
58 Orleans Darkwa, N.Y. Giants vs. New England
59 Andre Williams, N.Y. Giants vs. New England
60 Knile Davis, Kansas City at Denver


Wide Receivers
1 Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland
2 DeAndre Hopkins, Houston at Cincinnati  …Hopkins is the only receiver with double digit targets in every game this season
3 Demaryius Thomas, Denver vs. Kansas City …Thomas has 100-plus receiving yards or a touchdown in seven consecutive games against the Chiefs
4 A.J. Green, Cincinnati vs. Houston
5 Julian Edelman, New England at N.Y. Giants
6 Calvin Johnson, Detroit at Green Bay …In his last three games at Lambeau, Johnson averages 8.3 receptions, 134 yards and 1 TD per game
7 Odell Beckham Jr., N.Y. Giants vs. New England
8 Allen Robinson, Jacksonville at Baltimore …Robinson has scored a TD in four straight games, while Baltimore allows the 2nd-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers
9 Randall Cobb, Green Bay vs. Detroit
10 Emmanuel Sanders, Denver vs. Kansas City …Kansas City allows the most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers
11 Amari Cooper, Oakland vs. Minnesota
12 Brandon Marshall, N.Y. Jets vs. Buffalo
13 Dez Bryant, Dallas at Tampa Bay
14 Alshon Jeffery, Chicago at St. Louis …Only two receivers have reached 80 receiving yards against the Rams this season
15 Jarvis Landry, Miami at Philadelphia
16 Michael Crabtree, Oakland vs. Minnesota …Crabtree has back-to-back 100-yard receiving yard games for the first time in his career
17 Brandin Cooks, New Orleans at Washington
18 Mike Evans, Tampa Bay vs. Dallas
19 Stefon Diggs, Minnesota at Oakland
20 Eric Decker, N.Y. Jets vs. Buffalo
21 Davante Adams, Green Bay vs. Detroit …Adams finally broke out in Week 9 with a 7-catch, 93-yard game
22 Martavis Bryant, Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland …Bryant now has 12 TDs in 14 career games
23 Willie Snead, New Orleans at Washington
24 Brandon LaFell, New England at N.Y. Giants …LaFell led the Patriots with 9 targets last week
25 Jordan Matthews, Philadelphia vs. Miami …Matthews comes off a week where he posted a career-best 133 receiving yards
26 Golden Tate, Detroit at Green Bay
27 Sammy Watkins, Buffalo at N.Y. Jets …Expect Watkins to be on Revis Island, and Watkins aggravated his ankle injury last week
28 Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona at Seattle
29 James Jones, Green Bay vs. Detroit …Since Davante Adams returned to the lineup two weeks ago, Jones has three receptions for 57 yards
30 John Brown, Arizona at Seattle
31 Tavon Austin, St. Louis vs. Chicago
32 Kamar Aiken, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville …Aiken steps into the WR1 role for Baltimore with Steve Smith out for the year
33 Jeremy Maclin, Kansas City at Denver
34 Pierre Garcon, Washington vs. New Orleans
35 Marvin Jones, Cincinnati vs. Houston
36 Michael Floyd, Arizona at Seattle
37 Travis Benjamin, Cleveland at Pittsburgh
38 Rishard Matthews, Miami at Philadelphia
39 DeSean Jackson, Washington vs. New Orleans
40 Allen Hurns, Jacksonville at Baltimore …Hurns (foot) needs to be monitored
41 Nate Washington, Houston at Cincinnati
42 Rueben Randle, N.Y. Giants vs. New England
43 Danny Amendola, New England at N.Y. Giants
44 Dorial Green-Beckham, Tennessee vs. Carolina …Green-Beckham had a team-high 10 targets last week
45 Cole Beasley, Dallas at Tampa Bay …Beasley comes off a 9-catch, 112-yard, 2-TD game
46 Terrance Williams, Dallas at Tampa Bay
47 Tyler Lockett, Seattle vs. Arizona
48 Kenny Stills, Miami at Philadelphia
49 Mike Wallace, Minnesota at Oakland
50 Jamison Crowder, Washington vs. New Orleans
51 Marques Colston, New Orleans at Washington
52 Ted Ginn Jr., Carolina at Tennessee
53 Robert Woods, Buffalo at N.Y. Jets
54 Mohamed Sanu, Cincinnati vs. Houston
55 Lance Moore, Detroit at Green Bay
56 Devin Funchess, Carolina at Tennessee
57 Doug Baldwin, Seattle vs. Arizona
58 Cecil Shorts III, Houston at Cincinnati
59 Kenny Britt, St. Louis vs. Chicago
60 Bryan Walters, Jacksonville at Baltimore
61 Chris Givens, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville
62 Harry Douglas, Tennessee vs. Carolina
63 Jerricho Cotchery, Carolina at Tennessee
64 Philly Brown, Carolina at Tennessee
65 Dwayne Harris, N.Y. Giants vs. New England
66 Nelson Agholor, Philadelphia vs. Miami
67 Marlon Brown, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville
68 Marquess Wilson, Chicago at St. Louis
69 Markus Wheaton, Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland
70 Chris Hogan, Buffalo at N.Y. Jets


Tight End
1 Rob Gronkowski, New England at N.Y. Giants
2 Greg Olsen, Carolina at Tennessee
3 Jordan Reed, Washington vs. New Orleans …New Orleans allows the most points to opposing tight ends
4 Tyler Eifert, Cincinnati vs. Houston …Eifert has out-scored A.J. Green 9-4 in the red zone this year
5 Gary Barnidge, Cleveland at Pittsburgh
6 Jimmy Graham, Seattle vs. Arizona
7 Benjamin Watson, New Orleans at Washington …Washington has been particularly stingy against opposing tight ends
8 Eric Ebron, Detroit at Green Bay
9 Delanie Walker, Tennessee vs. Carolina
10 Jason Witten, Dallas at Tampa Bay
11 Travis Kelce, Kansas City at Denver
12 Martellus Bennett, Chicago at St. Louis
13 Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota at Oakland
14 Richard Rodgers, Green Bay vs. Detroit …Rodgers comes off a 2-TD game
15 Crockett Gillmore, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville
16 Charles Clay, Buffalo at N.Y. Jets
17 Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Tampa Bay vs. Dallas …This looks to be the week when Seferian-Jenkins (shoulder) finally makes his return
18 Julius Thomas, Jacksonville at Baltimore
19 Heath Miller, Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland
20 Zach Ertz, Philadelphia vs. Miami
21 Owen Daniels, Denver vs. Kansas City
22 Jordan Cameron, Miami at Philadelphia
23 Josh Hill, New Orleans at Washington
24 Marcedes Lewis, Jacksonville at Baltimore
25 Clive Walford, Oakland vs. Minnesota
26 Jared Cook, St. Louis vs. Chicago
27 Nick Boyle, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville
28 Larry Donnell, N.Y. Giants vs. New England
29 Vernon Davis, Denver vs. Kansas City
30 Maxx Williams, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville


1 Stephen Gostkowski, New England at N.Y. Giants
2 Brandon McManus, Denver vs. Kansas City
3 Mason Crosby, Green Bay vs. Detroit
4 Justin Tucker, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville
5 Greg Zuerlein, St. Louis vs. Chicago
6 Blair Walsh, Minnesota at Oakland
7 Steven Hauschka, Seattle vs. Arizona
8 Graham Gano, Carolina at Tennessee
9 Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland vs. Minnesota
10 Connor Barth, Tampa Bay vs. Dallas
11 Chris Boswell, Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland
12 Mike Nugent, Cincinnati vs. Houston
13 Caleb Sturgis, Philadelphia vs. Miami
14 Jason Myers, Jacksonville at Baltimore
15 Dan Carpenter, Buffalo at N.Y. Jets
16 Josh Brown, N.Y. Giants vs. New England
17 Kai Forbath, New Orleans at Washington
18 Dan Bailey, Dallas at Tampa Bay
19 Matt Prater, Detroit at Green Bay
20 Dustin Hopkins, Washington vs. New Orleans
21 Chandler Catanzaro, Arizona at Seattle
22 Ryan Succop, Tennessee vs. Carolina
23 Cairo Santos, Kansas City at Denver
24 Andrew Franks, Miami at Philadelphia
25 Randy Bullock, N.Y. Jets vs. Buffalo …Bullock will be the Jets new kicker with Nick Folk out for the remainder of 2015
26 Travis Coons, Cleveland at Pittsburgh
27 Nick Novak, Houston at Cincinnati
28 Robbie Gould, Chicago at St. Louis


1 Carolina DT, Carolina at Tennessee
2 Cincinnati DT, Cincinnati vs. Houston
3 St. Louis DT, St. Louis vs. Chicago
4 Green Bay DT, Green Bay vs. Detroit
5 Denver DT, Denver vs. Kansas City
6 New York Jets DT, N.Y. Jets vs. Buffalo
7 Pittsburgh DT, Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland
8 Philadelphia DT, Philadelphia vs. Miami
9 Buffalo DT, Buffalo at N.Y. Jets
10 Tampa Bay DT, Tampa Bay vs. Dallas
11 New England DT, New England at N.Y. Giants
12 Oakland DT, Oakland vs. Minnesota
13 Baltimore DT, Baltimore vs. Jacksonville
14 Seattle DT, Seattle vs. Arizona
15 Minnesota DT, Minnesota at Oakland
16 Dallas DT, Dallas at Tampa Bay
17 New Orleans DT, New Orleans at Washington
18 Kansas City DT, Kansas City at Denver
19 Tennessee DT, Tennessee vs. Carolina
20 Arizona DT, Arizona at Seattle
21 Miami DT, Miami at Philadelphia
22 Jacksonville DT, Jacksonville at Baltimore
23 Cleveland DT, Cleveland at Pittsburgh
24 Chicago DT, Chicago at St. Louis
25 Houston DT, Houston at Cincinnati
26 Washington DT, Washington vs. New Orleans
27 New York Giants DT, N.Y. Giants vs. New England
28 Detroit DT, Detroit at Green Bay