It doesn't get any easier for Manning this week, going up against the top-performing defense in the league thus far, according to Pro Football Focus.
Wilson ran for 39 yards on 11 carries last week and didn't catch a pass. He's the clubhouse leader for biggest bust through three weeks.
Jacobs does not have a meaningful role in the offense and should not be owned in fantasy leagues.
Nicks got just one target last week and groused about his role after the game. Chances are he gets placated on Sunday.
When the entire offense gets shut down, there's not a whole lot a receiver can do. You have to start Cruz every week.
Randle's time to shine in fantasy leagues is coming now that byes have started, but he should be avoided this week.
Myers was able to play last week despite a rib injury, but caught just three passes for 33 yards. The Chiefs present him with another serious challenge.
The Giants offense has underperformed this year, and at this point Brown should not be considered in fantasy leagues.
After getting torched by Cam Newton and DeAngelo Williams, the Giants defense is not one you can start with any confidence.
Smith played the role of game manager to perfection last week. He'll do a bit more as a playmaker against the Giants.
Charles totaled 172 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown last week and looms as a huge threat for the Giants.
Bowe didn't get his first target until the fourth quarter last week. It's a safe bet the Chiefs will try to get him more involved against the Giants.
Avery had his biggest game as a pro last week, catching seven passes for 141 yards. It might put him on the fantasy radar, but he shouldn't be considered a starter.
Succop drilled four field goals last week and is in for another big fantasy game against the Giants.
The Chiefs turned in the most impressive defensive performance of the season to date in Week 3, shutting down the previously unstoppable Michael Vick. They look like a D you'll want to start regardless of matchup.