Brady was able to give his owners a productive day, but it's still not going to be the guy were used to until Rob Gronkowksi and Danny Amendola return. He has just 5.5 YPA this year.
Bolden did his best Shane Vereen impression last week, totaling 100 yards from scrimmage. He's worth a flex play in deep leagues.
After being outperformed by Brandon Bolden and LeGarrette Blount last week, Ridley, it appears, is on the outs in New England.
Edelman caught all seven of his targets last week, though they went for just 44 yards. He'll be Tom Brady's go-to guy this week.
Dobson led the Patriots with 10 targets last week, catching seven of them for 52 yards. I'd consider him in deeper leagues this week.
Thompkins only had three receptions last week but he made them count, hitting paydirt twice. I don't think he'll have the same luck in Atlanta.
Gostkowski had a big week against Tampa Bay, drilling three field goals. He has had three attempts each game this year, connecting on eight of them.
The Patriots held the Buccaneers to three points, but they didn't do a whole lot in the way of sacks or turnovers. I wouldn't consider them against the Falcons.
The Dolphins limited Ryan to 231 yards and 6.1 YPA, though he did throw two touchdown passes. He'll find things a bit easier against the Patriots.
Rodgers had a nice day splitting the duties with Jason Snelling in place of Steven Jackson, running for 86 yards on 18 carries. He could be started as a flex this week.
Snelling racked up 111 yards from scrimmage and a TD last week and should be started as long as Steven Jackson is out.
Jones had nine receptions for 115 yards last week. He'll keep his big year right on going.
White hasn't done a thing this year, and at this point it's hard to trust him until he's pronounced 100 percent.
Douglas predictably did nothing against the Dolphins. Even with Roddy White still dealing with his ankle injury, Douglas should not be considered a starter.
Gonzalez had another down week, catching four passes for 24 yards. I think he's a good bet to get back on track this week.
Bryant went 3-for-4 last week, and he should have a nice day in the friendly confines of the Georgia Dome on Sunday.
Atlanta had a nice day in Miami, sacking Ryan Tannehill five times and picking him off once. It's a defense that could be worth streaming this week.