In his last three games, Dalton has 1,034 yards and 11 TDs. Even Peyton Manning is jealous. Get him into your lineup this week and stop kicking yourself for not starting him last week.
Bernard has struggled of late, but the Dolphins allow the fourth-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
He's gone two games now with fewer than four fantasy points scored. Given the six teams on bye this week, you may not have a better choice, and that's too bad.
Marvin Jones stole the show last week, but Green still put up 115 yards on just three catches. He'll get back in the scoring act this week.
Jones has emerged as a legitimate second option alongside A.J. Green. He should start in most fantasy leagues this week.
Eifert put up a typical performance last week, catching two passes for 23 yards. There's no way you can consider starting him.
Gresham caught a touchdown pass last week, but had two receptions for 14 yards total. Avoid him at all costs.
Nugent didn't get a field-goal attempt last week, but still had a respectable game thanks to seven PATs.
The Bengals had a huge game last week, returning two Geno Smith interceptions for touchdowns and holding the Jets to nine points. They're a great play against a Miami team that has surrendered a league-high 32 sacks this year.
He struggled against the Patriots, completing 22-of-42 passes for 192 yards, two TDs and two interceptions. The Bengals have been tough on opposing quarterbacks this season. Look elsewhere.
Miller had his best game of the season last week, running for 89 yards on 18 carries. The Patriots have been terrible against the run since losing Vince Wilfork, though. Yardage will be much tougher to get against the Bengals.
Thomas ran well last week, but got just nine carries. His role is too small to trust against a defense as good as Cincinnati's.
Wallace and Ryan Tannehill haven't been on the same page all season. They hooked up just three times on 10 targets last week. Brandon Gibson's season-ending injury could rectify that.
Hartline had just four catches for 37 yards last week. His production really fell off a cliff in October, but it could pick up with Brandon Gibson now out for the year.
Clay remains a consistent part of the offense, getting eight targets against the Patriots. That could be enough to consider him this week.
Sturgis had a rough day, missing two of his three field-goal attempts. His lone make was from 52 yards, though.
The Dolphins held Tom Brady to 116 passing yards, though that isn't much of a feat these days. I'd try to find a different option this week. The Bengals are hot.
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