Manning started slow against the Colts last week, but finished with 386 yards and three touchdowns. Washington has allowed quarterbacks to earn 24 fantasy points per game this year, and Manning will surpass that with ease.
Griffin finally looked like himself last week, throwing for 298 yards and two scores while running for 84 yards on 11 carries. He's in for another monster day.
The Bills have allowed the eighth most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks. Brees will take advantage.
Romo piled up 317 yards against the Eagles, but had just one touchdown against two interceptions. The Lions are 15th in the league in fantasy points allowed per game to quarterbacks.
Wilson had a great game against Arizona, throwing for 235 yards and three touchdowns. Everything could really open up for him when Percy Harvin returns.
Kaepernick notched his first rushing touchdown of the season last week, and ran for 68 yards on 11 carries. He should have a productive day against the Jaguars in London, but the Niners could pack it in with a big lead.
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.
The Steelers have surrendered the fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, but they have not faced a dual threat like Pryor this season.
Chances are Vick makes his return to the field this week. If he does, owners will want to start him against a Giants team that has allowed the sixth-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Dalton lit up the Lions last week, throwing for 372 yards and three touchdowns. The Jets have done very well against opposing quarterbacks, but I think the Bengals win this game handily.
Tampa Bay is right in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy points allowed per game to QBs, but you'll want Newton in there on Thursday.
Brady is having a dreadful statistical season, posting a shade under 6.0 YPA. We'll have to wait to see if Rob Gronkowski can help get him back in the fantasy spotlight.
Stafford had a monster game against the Bengals, throwing for 357 yards and three TDs. Dallas has allowed the most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks this season, so feel confident starting Stafford.
Palmer had another sloppy game last week, throwing for 258 yards, 5.7 YPA, one touchdown and two interceptions. The Falcons can be exploited, though.
Ryan played quite well in his first game without Julio Jones, throwing for 273 yards and three scores. This is a tough matchup, but you can consider him a fringe starter.
Going up against the team that had allowed the third most points per game to fantasy quarterbacks heading into Week 7, Manning threw for 200 yards and one TD. His fantasy season appears lost.
Smith can only be considered in the most beneficial of matchups. This would not fit the description.
Roethlisberger threw for just 170 yards and a touchdown against the Ravens a week ago. Oakland ranks 16th in fantasy points allowed per game to quarterbacks. This is not a slam dunk by any means.
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.
Tannehill threw three touchdown passes last week, but managed just 5.2 YPA and also tossed two picks. He could be started in a pinch this week.
Glennon put up another solid performance and seems to be developing a nice connection with Vincent Jackson.
Henne threw for 318 yards and 8.8 YPA, but couldn't hook up with anyone in the end zone. With Justin Blackmon and Cecil Shorts, he remains a decent deep option.
Smith has Jets fans excited, and for good reason, but he's not much of a fantasy QB at this point. He'll have a rough day in Cincinnati.
Campbell takes over as the starter after Brandon Weeden had a terrible day in Green Bay, throwing for just 149 yards and 3.5 YPA. It could be worse for Campbell in Kansas City.
Lewis played through injury, though he struggled mightily with the Dolphins. This is a terrible matchup, however the Bills might be throwing a lot while in catchup mode.
Clemens will start in place of the injured Sam Bradford, who tore his ACL last week. You should only start him if you're in a 26-team league.
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