1 Derek Carr, Oakland vs. Carolina
2 Russell Wilson, Seattle at Tampa Bay
3 Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh at Indianapolis …Indianapolis allows the most passing yards per game at nearly 285 per game
4 Dak Prescott, Dallas vs. Washington
5 Drew Brees, New Orleans vs. Los Angeles …You have to believe in Drew Brees at home (where he averages a league-high 366.4 passing yards per game), but the Rams have allowed just 12.5 points per game over their last four games, fewest in the NFL, and they are number one against the pass over their past three games
6 Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay at Philadelphia
7 Tom Brady, New England at N.Y. Jets …Brady is averaging 319 yards passing per game and a full-season pace of 43 TDs; UPDATE: Brady (knee) is apparently questionable for real, but he is expected to start
8 Cam Newton, Carolina at Oakland …Newton can certainly play at MVP-levels on any given week, but he has just 5 passing TDs in his past five games
9 Eli Manning, N.Y. Giants at Cleveland
10 Marcus Mariota, Tennessee at Chicago
11 Kirk Cousins, Washington at Dallas
12 Matt Ryan, Atlanta vs. Arizona …Arizona sports the number one passing defense, allowing just 190.2 yards per game
13 Carson Palmer, Arizona at Atlanta …The Arizona/Atlanta game has shoot-out potential and comes in with the second-highest over/under of the week — Atlanta has allowed between 31-33 points in every game this year at the Georgia dome
14 Ryan Tannehill, Miami vs. San Francisco
15 Joe Flacco, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati
16 Tyrod Taylor, Buffalo vs. Jacksonville
17 Blake Bortles, Jacksonville at Buffalo
18 Philip Rivers, San Diego at Houston
19 Carson Wentz, Philadelphia vs. Green Bay …Green Bay has allowed 312 yards and 3 TDs passing per game over its past four gives Wentz a boost in this week’s rankings
20 Matthew Stafford, Detroit vs. Minnesota
21 Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco at Miami
22 Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay vs. Seattle …The Buccaneers get lowered this week facing the Seahawks who allow league-low 17.3 points per game
23 Sam Bradford, Minnesota at Detroit
24 Josh McCown, Cleveland vs. N.Y. Giants …Cody Kessler suffered another concussion last week, leaving McCown to get the Week 11 start (and there is some talk that Kessler could be shut down for the season)
25 Trevor Siemian, Denver vs. Kansas City
26 Brock Osweiler, Houston vs. San Diego
27 Andy Dalton, Cincinnati at Baltimore
28 Ryan Fitzpatrick, N.Y. Jets vs. New England
29 Scott Tolzien, Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh …Andrew Luck (concussion) is out, leaving Tolzein to get the start — all the Colts will be severely downgraded
30 Alex Smith, Kansas City at Denver
31 Jared Goff, Los Angeles at New Orleans
32 Matt Barkley, Chicago vs. Tennessee …Jay Cutler (shoulder) is likely out (and perhaps Cutler will be shut down for the year), leaving Barkley to get the Week 12 start — the Bears are completing falling apart and all the Bears are reduced further in the ranks


Running Back
1 David Johnson, Arizona at Atlanta …Johnson accounts for a NFL-high 34.8% of his team’s total yards
2 Jay Ajayi, Miami vs. San Francisco …San Francisco allows an NFL-worst 31.3 points per game and a league-worst 179.5 yards rushing per game
3 Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas vs. Washington
4 LeVeon Bell, Pittsburgh at Indianapolis
5 Melvin Gordon, San Diego at Houston …Houston allows the fewest rushing yards per game over its past three at 56.0 per game
6 Thomas Rawls, Seattle at Tampa Bay …With C.J. Prosise out, Rawls quickly gets on the RB1 radar — Rawls popped for 88 yards in his first game back last week
7 DeMarco Murray, Tennessee at Chicago …Murray joined Ezekiel Elliott last week in the 1,000-yard rushing club for 2016, on pace for 2,029 total yards — Murray should keep it going with another strong game in this one before the Titans finally have their bye-week in Week 13
8 Lamar Miller, Houston vs. San Diego
9 Devontae Booker, Denver vs. Kansas City
10 Rashad Jennings, N.Y. Giants at Cleveland …Jennings has been on fire of late, while Cleveland allows the second-most rushing yards per game at nearly 144 per game
11 Devonta Freeman, Atlanta vs. Arizona …Arizona allows the fewest fantasy points to opposing running backs
12 Spencer Ware, Kansas City at Denver
13 LeSean McCoy, Buffalo vs. Jacksonville …McCoy (thumb) says he will play but he will need to be monitored
14 Todd Gurley, Los Angeles at New Orleans
15 Latavius Murray, Oakland vs. Carolina …UPDATE: Murray and the Raiders’ running backs get a positive bump with Panthers’ star linebacker Luke Kuechly declared out this week
16 Jordan Howard, Chicago vs. Tennessee
17 Matt Forte, N.Y. Jets vs. New England
18 Robert Kelley, Washington at Dallas …Kelley exploded for 3 TDs last week and he’s averaged 107 yards rushing per game in three games since taking over for Matt Jones — Dallas, however, ranks third against the run
19 Carlos Hyde, San Francisco at Miami
20 Frank Gore, Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh
21 Theo Riddick, Detroit vs. Minnesota
22 Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati at Baltimore …The job is all Hill’s with Giovani Bernard (torn ACL) lost for the season, although this week Hills face a Baltimore defense that allows the fewest rushing yards per game at 76.0
23 Wendell Smallwood, Philadelphia vs. Green Bay …With injuries to Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles, Smallwood could be the Eagles’ Week 12 starter, and Green Bay has allowed an NFL-worst six rushing touchdowns over its past three games; UPDATE: Mathews has been ruled out
24 LeGarrette Blount, New England at N.Y. Jets
25 Tevin Coleman, Atlanta vs. Arizona …Coleman is back at practice after missing three games and should be set to return this week
26 Jonathan Stewart, Carolina at Oakland
27 Doug Martin, Tampa Bay vs. Seattle
28 Terrance West, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati
29 Chris Ivory, Jacksonville at Buffalo …UPDATE: Ivory should have the backfield all to himself this week as it looks like T.J. Yeldon (ankle) will be out this week
30 Mark Ingram, New Orleans vs. Los Angeles …Ingram (concussion) will need to be monitored
31 Kenneth Dixon, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati
32 Tim Hightower, New Orleans vs. Los Angeles
33 James White, New England at N.Y. Jets
34 James Starks, Green Bay at Philadelphia
35 Duke Johnson Jr., Cleveland vs. N.Y. Giants
36 Jerick McKinnon, Minnesota at Detroit
37 Chris Thompson, Washington at Dallas
38 Isaiah Crowell, Cleveland vs. N.Y. Giants
39 Jalen Richard, Oakland vs. Carolina
40 Dion Lewis, New England at N.Y. Jets
41 Paul Perkins, N.Y. Giants at Cleveland
42 Matt Asiata, Minnesota at Detroit
43 Kapri Bibbs, Denver vs. Kansas City
44 Bilal Powell, N.Y. Jets vs. New England
45 Jeremy Langford, Chicago vs. Tennessee
46 Charcandrick West, Kansas City at Denver
47 Derrick Henry, Tennessee at Chicago
48 Andre Ellington, Arizona at Atlanta
49 Alex Collins, Seattle at Tampa Bay …Collins could take on an expanded role in the Seattle offense with C.J. Prosise out
50 Rex Burkhead, Cincinnati at Baltimore …Burkhead could have some PPR-value taking over for Giovani Bernard as the Bengals’ change-of-pace back
51 Jonathan Williams, Buffalo vs. Jacksonville …UPDATE: With Mike Gilislee ruled out, and LeSean McCoy coming off thumb surgery, Williams could get mixed in for the Bills this week as their number two back
52 Alfred Morris, Dallas vs. Washington
53 Akeem Hunt, Houston vs. San Diego …UPDATE: Hunt could be a desperation play for some stats this week with Alfred Blue and Tyler Ervin both declared out
54 Dwayne Washington, Detroit vs. Minnesota
55 Reggie Bush, Buffalo vs. Jacksonville
56 Darren Sproles, Philadelphia vs. Green Bay …Sproles (ribs) will need to be monitored
57 DeAndre Washington, Oakland vs. Carolina
58 Jamize Olawale, Oakland vs. Carolina
59 Benny Cunningham, Los Angeles at New Orleans
60 Damien Williams, Miami vs. San Francisco


Wide Receivers
1 Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh at Indianapolis …The last time Brown faced Indianapolis (Week 12 of last year), he toasted them for 8 catches, 118 yards and 2 TDs — and note that Colts’ shutdown corner Vontae Davis is out
2 Amari Cooper, Oakland vs. Carolina
3 Odell Beckham Jr., N.Y. Giants at Cleveland
4 Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona at Atlanta
5 Julio Jones, Atlanta vs. Arizona
6 Dez Bryant, Dallas vs. Washington …Bryant now has 4 TDs in four games since returning from his knee injury
7 Doug Baldwin, Seattle at Tampa Bay
8 Michael Crabtree, Oakland vs. Carolina
9 Brandin Cooks, New Orleans vs. Los Angeles
10 Demaryius Thomas, Denver vs. Kansas City …Kansas City allows the second-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers
11 Kelvin Benjamin, Carolina at Oakland
12 Steve Smith, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati …Smith has been the 10th-best fantasy receiver over the past three games — he’s a high-end must-play right now
13 Emmanuel Sanders, Denver vs. Kansas City
14 Julian Edelman, New England at N.Y. Jets
15 Terrelle Pryor, Cleveland vs. N.Y. Giants
16 Jarvis Landry, Miami vs. San Francisco
17 Rishard Matthews, Tennessee at Chicago …Matthews has been the 4th-best fantasy receiver over the past month, while Chicago allows the most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers
18 Jordan Matthews, Philadelphia vs. Green Bay …Green Bay allows the 5th-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers and they have allowed a league-worst 120 points over its past three games
19 Allen Robinson, Jacksonville at Buffalo
20 Jordy Nelson, Green Bay at Philadelphia
21 Jamison Crowder, Washington at Dallas …With a touchdown in three straight games and 100-plus yards in three of his past four games, Crowder on pace to finish as a Top 20 wide receiver with a 75/1010/10 stat-line
22 DeAndre Hopkins, Houston vs. San Diego
23 Michael Thomas, New Orleans vs. Los Angeles
24 Davante Adams, Green Bay at Philadelphia
25 Mike Evans, Tampa Bay vs. Seattle
26 DeVante Parker, Miami vs. San Francisco
27 T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh
28 Cole Beasley, Dallas vs. Washington
29 Randall Cobb, Green Bay at Philadelphia
30 Tyrell Williams, San Diego at Houston
31 Sterling Shepard, N.Y. Giants at Cleveland
32 Adam Thielen, Minnesota at Detroit …Thielen should have a busy day again this week, especially with Stephon Diggs (knee) limited or maybe out
33 Willie Snead, New Orleans vs. Los Angeles
34 Mike Wallace, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati
35 Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati at Baltimore …Boyd becomes likely the Bengals’ new number one receiver with A.J. Green out, although in a tough match-up this week
36 Brandon Marshall, N.Y. Jets vs. New England
37 Donte Moncrief, Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh
38 Tajae Sharpe, Tennessee at Chicago
39 Kendall Wright, Tennessee at Chicago
40 Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota at Detroit
41 Devin Funchess, Carolina at Oakland
42 Pierre Garcon, Washington at Dallas
43 Marqise Lee, Jacksonville at Buffalo
44 Ted Ginn Jr., Carolina at Oakland
45 Golden Tate, Detroit vs. Minnesota …Minnesota allows the 2nd-fewest fantasy points to opposing wide receivers, and they are the only team not to allow a 100 yards to a receiver in a game this year
46 DeSean Jackson, Washington at Dallas
47 Marvin Jones, Detroit vs. Minnesota
48 Tyler Lockett, Seattle at Tampa Bay
49 Kenny Britt, Los Angeles at New Orleans
50 Corey Coleman, Cleveland vs. N.Y. Giants
51 Anquan Boldin, Detroit vs. Minnesota
52 Dontrelle Inman, San Diego at Houston
53 Taylor Gabriel, Atlanta vs. Arizona
54 Cameron Meredith, Chicago vs. Tennessee
55 Dorial Green-Beckham, Philadelphia vs. Green Bay
56 Seth Roberts, Oakland vs. Carolina
57 Mohamed Sanu, Atlanta vs. Arizona
58 Sammy Watkins, Buffalo vs. Jacksonville …UPDATE: It’s looking like Watkins will get back on the field this week, although you wouldn’t expect a huge workload
59 Malcolm Mitchell, New England at N.Y. Jets
60 J.J. Nelson, Arizona at Atlanta
61 Allen Hurns, Jacksonville at Buffalo
62 Tyreek Hill, Kansas City at Denver
63 Danny Amendola, New England at N.Y. Jets
64 Eli Rogers, Pittsburgh at Indianapolis
65 Jermaine Kearse, Seattle at Tampa Bay
66 Will Fuller, Houston vs. San Diego
67 Travis Benjamin, San Diego at Houston …UPDATE: Benjamin (knee) has returned to practice and it’s looking like he will return after missing a few weeks
68 Kenny Stills, Miami vs. San Francisco
69 Tavon Austin, Los Angeles at New Orleans
70 Braxton Miller, Houston vs. San Diego
71 John Brown, Arizona at Atlanta …UPDATE: Brown moves up with Michael Floyd (hamstring) now looking dicey to play
72 Chris Hogan, New England at N.Y. Jets …Hogan (back) will need to be monitored
73 Percy Harvin, Buffalo vs. Jacksonville
74 Michael Floyd, Arizona at Atlanta …The way Floyd bounces up and down, this could be an up game — Atlanta allows the third-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers; UPDATE: Floyd injured his hamstring Wednesday and now looks doubtful to play this week
75 Victor Cruz, N.Y. Giants at Cleveland


Tight End
1 Jordan Reed, Washington at Dallas
2 Jimmy Graham, Seattle at Tampa Bay …Graham to Seattle has ended up turning into gold after all — Graham is the #3 tight end on the season, on pace for 72 receptions, 1,022 yards and 6.4 TDs
3 Greg Olsen, Carolina at Oakland
4 Delanie Walker, Tennessee at Chicago
5 Rob Gronkowski, New England at N.Y. Jets …Gronkowski (chest) will need to be monitored but it doesn’t sound like he will play this week; UPDATE: Gronk has made progress and reports are he might play and will be a game-time decision
6 Tyler Eifert, Cincinnati at Baltimore
7 Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota at Detroit
8 Jason Witten, Dallas vs. Washington
9 Zach Ertz, Philadelphia vs. Green Bay
10 Antonio Gates, San Diego at Houston
11 Travis Kelce, Kansas City at Denver
12 Will Tye, N.Y. Giants at Cleveland …Tye has been a Top 12 tight end over the past three weeks and Cleveland allows the most fantasy points to opposing tight ends
13 Martellus Bennett, New England at N.Y. Jets
14 Hunter Henry, San Diego at Houston
15 C.J. Fiedorowicz, Houston vs. San Diego
16 Eric Ebron, Detroit vs. Minnesota
17 Coby Fleener, New Orleans vs. Los Angeles
18 Jared Cook, Green Bay at Philadelphia …Let’s see if he can do it twice, but Cook gets a boost after a six-catch, 105-yard game with a touchdown
19 Vance McDonald, San Francisco at Miami
20 Charles Clay, Buffalo vs. Jacksonville
21 Vernon Davis, Washington at Dallas
22 Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay vs. Seattle
23 Gary Barnidge, Cleveland vs. N.Y. Giants
24 Dennis Pitta, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati
25 Clive Walford, Oakland vs. Carolina
26 Lance Kendricks, Los Angeles at New Orleans
27 Jack Doyle, Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh
28 Austin Hooper, Atlanta vs. Arizona
29 Dion Sims, Miami vs. San Francisco
30 Virgil Green, Denver vs. Kansas City


1 Justin Tucker, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati
2 Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland vs. Carolina
3 Stephen Gostkowski, New England at N.Y. Jets
4 Matt Bryant, Atlanta vs. Arizona
5 Josh Lambo, San Diego at Houston
6 Graham Gano, Carolina at Oakland
7 Dan Bailey, Dallas vs. Washington
8 Dan Carpenter, Buffalo vs. Jacksonville
9 Steven Hauschka, Seattle at Tampa Bay
10 Andrew Franks, Miami vs. San Francisco
11 Brandon McManus, Denver vs. Kansas City
12 Chandler Catanzaro, Arizona at Atlanta
13 Cairo Santos, Kansas City at Denver
14 Robbie Gould, N.Y. Giants at Cleveland
15 Nick Novak, Houston vs. San Diego
16 Chris Boswell, Pittsburgh at Indianapolis
17 Wil Lutz, New Orleans vs. Los Angeles
18 Kai Forbath, Minnesota at Detroit
19 Matt Prater, Detroit vs. Minnesota
20 Mason Crosby, Green Bay at Philadelphia
21 Greg Zuerlein, Los Angeles at New Orleans
22 Ryan Succop, Tennessee at Chicago
23 Dustin Hopkins, Washington at Dallas
24 Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh
25 Phil Dawson, San Francisco at Miami
26 Connor Barth, Chicago vs. Tennessee
27 Caleb Sturgis, Philadelphia vs. Green Bay
28 Jason Myers, Jacksonville at Buffalo
29 Cody Parkey, Cleveland vs. N.Y. Giants
30 Roberto Aguayo, Tampa Bay vs. Seattle
31 Mike Nugent, Cincinnati at Baltimore
32 Nick Folk, N.Y. Jets vs. New England


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