Rivers had a huge day against Dallas, throwing for 401 yards and three TDs. He's not matchup-proof, but he's back in the lives of fantasy owners.
Mathews underwhelmed on the ground last week, running for 62 yards on 19 carries, but he did catch four passes for 41 yards. His struggles finding the end zone are maddening.
Woodhead caught two TDs last week and is bordering on must-start status in PPR leagues.
Brown got nine targets last week, catching seven of them for 41 yards. He'll be a decent option during heavy bye weeks with Malcom Floyd out.
Royal had three catches for 42 yards last week. Forget about the first two weeks this year. If you're still holding onto him, you can feel free to drop him.
Gates caught all 10 of his targets last week, racking up 136 yards and a TD. Get him in your lineup each and every week.
Novak made all three of his field goal attempts last week, but I think San Diego could struggle in Oakland.
The matchup with Dallas wasn't great, but San Diego didn't do anything on defense. It shouldn't be on your radar.
Pryor will be back after missing last week's game with a concussion. He's a good option in deep or two-QB leagues.
Jennings is expected to get the majority of the work with both Darren McFadden and Marcel Reece limited.
Moore caught four passes for 66 yards a week ago, and should be able to exploit a favorable matchup with the Chargers.
Streater had just three targets last week and really cannot be counted on in fantasy leagues.
Rivera has emerged as an option in Oakland, but he shouldn't be considered in fantasy leagues.
Janikowski missed his only field goal attempt last week, but I like this matchup for him and the Raiders.
No matter the matchup, this is not a defense you want to start.