QB Josh Freeman- Freeman had his best game of the season last week against the Chiefs, and could have another big day tomorrow facing a vulnerable Saints defense.
QB Tony Romo- With Demarco Murray out, the Cowboys will likely be passing a lot, and Carolina’s pass defense is mediocre at best.
QB Andrew Luck- Luck has played well at home this season, and that should continue tomorrow when he faces a Cleveland defense that has been allowing a lot of QB fantasy points as of late.
HB Doug Martin- Martin ran the ball well last week and also had over 50 yards receiving. The Saints rush defense has been terrible, giving up over 170 yards per game.
HB Chris Johnson- Johnson ran well against the Steelers last week, and could have a huge game tomorrow facing the league-worst Bills rush defense.
TE Scott Chandler- No team has allowed more TE fantasy points than the Titans.
TE Jason Witten- Witten has seemingly eliminated his drop problem, and should factor heavily into the Cowboys pass-first offensive attack tomorrow.
WR Anquan Boldin- Boldin has been targeted 28 times in his past three games, and is emerging as Flacco’s top option.
WR Randall Cobb- With Greg Jennings still inactive, Cobb could have another solid fantasy day against the Rams.
WR Domenik Hixon- Hixon is a good flex option this week as the Giants face the Redskins and their league-worst pass defense.
WR James Jones- Jones has caught two touchdown passes in three straight games.
WR Mike Williams- Williams has been a big-play machine this year, averaging 28.5 yards per catch. He has over 110 receiving yards in his last two games and should continue his success tomorrow against the Saints.
D/ST Packers- The Packers defense played great in Houston; tomorrow they face a Rams team that has been struggling to score.
K Connor Barth- Barth should score some points tomorrow against the shaky Saints defense.
K Sebastian Janikowski- Janikowski has yet to miss a field goal this season.
QB Christian Ponder- Ponder and the Vikings face a tough Cardinals pass defense tomorrow.
QB Matthew Stafford- Stafford may struggle tomorrow against a Bears defense that leads the NFL in interceptions and has only allowed five passing touchdowns all season.
HB Shonn Green- It’s tempting to start Green after his monster performance last week, but the Patriots are pretty good against the run, and have only allowed one rushing touchdown all year.
HB Mikel Leshoure- Leshoure may have a hard time Monday night against the Bears, who are only giving up 65.8 rushing yards per game, the best in the league.
TE Jared Cook- Cook and the Titans face a Bills defense that has only allowed one TE touchdown all year.
WR Steve Smith- Smith hasn’t scored a touchdown all year, and probably won’t have a big game tomorrow as the Panthers face the Cowboys and their league-best pass defense.
WR Nate Washington- Washington hasn’t been very effective lately, as he has still yet to get in sync with Matt Hasselbeck.
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