With Ryan Fitzpatrick taking over for the injured Jake Locker, the Chiefs should feast this week.
They can't get pressure on the quarterback and have trouble forcing turnovers. Playing the Eagles should help.
I love this matchup for the Panthers. Get them in your lineup.
No matter the matchup, this is not a defense you want to start.
The Jets are likely to be without Santonio Holmes and Stephen Hill, making the Falcons a nice stream play this week.
There's no shame in getting torched by Drew Brees. The Dolphins are worth starting this week.
Given that they're playing the Jaguars, the Rams are a great stream option this week. Heck, you might even consider picking them up to keep your opponent from using them against you.
Green Bay could be a fantasy defense in the right matchup, but I wouldn't deploy the Packers this week.
The Cardinals had three takeaways and two sacks last week while holding the Bucs to 10 points. It'll be a bit tougher this week, but I think they're worth starting.
Cleveland shut down in-state rival Cincinnati last week, limiting Andy Dalton to 4.9 yards per attempt. This is a great spot for another big performance.
Even in a game in which they surrendered 476 total yards, the Seahawks had three takeways, four sacks and a late TD. Start them with confidence every week.
I don't love this matchup for the Saints, but if you own them you're starting them.
The Broncos defense hasn't been anything special this year, but it doesn't have to be.
The Niners bounced back in a big way, holding St. Louis to 11 points, forcing two tunovers and sacking Sam Bradford five times. The matchup isn't as good this week, but they'll still do what they do.
The Patriots suffered a huge blow when Vince Wilfork went down with a torn Achilles last week. That will have a huge ripple effect throughout the defense.
The Cincy defense played solid if not spectacular a week ago, limiting the Browns to 17 points and keeping Brian Hoyer and the run game in check. This matchup got better with the news Friday that Stevan Ridley is out.
Houston's defense performed well against the Seahawks, and you're starting the Texans if you own them, but I don't like this matchup.
The Jets defense played much better against the Titans last week than the score indicates, but I'd look elsewhere this week. The matchup is just too tough.
The ballhawking Titans had another big game last week, but the Chiefs do a good job of holding onto the rock. I don't love this matchup for Tennessee.
Everyone loves playing the Jaguars, as the Colts discovered last week. It won't be quite so easy going against the Seahawks.
The Eagles defense looks like a sieve and will give Eli Manning the day he so badly needs.
The Bears forced three more turnovers last week, but they were absolutely dominated by the Lions. It won't be any easier this week.
The Bills turned in an unexpected huge performance against the Ravens, picking off five passes and sacking Joe Flacco four times. If you're in dire straits, they could be worth streaming this week.
The Ravens had another nice fantasy day last week, forcing three turnovers and sacking EJ Manuel twice. I don't think the matchup this week is as nice.
The Jags are allowing a shade more than 32 points per game. This is easily the league's worst team.
The Lions forced four turnovers and sacked Jay Cutler three times, but they also surrendered 32 points. You cannot possibly trust them in Lambeau.
The matchup with Dallas wasn't great, but San Diego didn't do anything on defense. It shouldn't be on your radar.
Dallas really struggled against the Chargers and now faces the best offense in the league. Stay far, far away.
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