Rodgers threw for 260 yards and three TDs against the Browns last week. The Vikings allow the fourth most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Lacy had 82 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries last week, and should remain a huge part of the offense with all the injuries in the passing game.
Nelson should see a ton of targets and have a huge game against a Minnesota defense that allows the ninth most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Jones is expected to return from a knee injury this week. Get him right back in your lineup.
Boykin had a huge game last week in his first as a starter, catching eight passes for 104 yards and a TD. I'd start him with confidence this week.
Quarless will start for the injured Jermichael Finley. He is not a fantasy option.
Crosby missed his second field goal of the year last week, but should still be considered a weekly play in fantasy leagues.
If you saw Josh Freeman and the Vikings on Monday night, you know the Packers are a great stream option this week.
Ponder will likely get his starting job back, at least for one week, as Josh Freeman suffered a concussion against the Giants. The Packers have been terrible against the pass this season, but you should not be considering Ponder for your starting lineup.
Peterson ran for just 28 yards on 13 carries last week. Green Bay has surrendered the fourth least points per game to running backs this year, but owners are obviously starting Peterson.
Jennings had four catches for 41 yards last week. His acrimonious departure from Green Bay should have him pumped up for this game.
Wright caught one of his five targets for 13 yards last week. He shouldn't be on your radar.
Simpson got nine targets a week ago, but we cannot trust him as a fantasy starter.
Rudolph had three catches for 27 yards last week, but the nine targets were encouraging.
Walsh was able to play through a hamstring injury last week, but missed his only field goal attempt. Monitor his practice participation this week.
Even Eli Manning couldn't make a starting fantasy defense out of this bunch.
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