Brees lit up the Bills, throwing for 332 yards and five touchdowns. He has to be licking his chops after seeing what Andy Dalton did to the Jets last week.
Sproles was a surprise no-show against the Bills last week. He should be more involved against the Jets.
Thomas remains underappreciated by some in the fantasy community. He ran for 65 yards on 14 carries against the Bills last week and could be in for a large role again Sunday.
Moore made his return to the field last week and caught Drew Brees' first touchdown of the day. He's potentially worth starting with six teams on bye this week.
Colston was absent from the game plan last week, a trend that has been present all season long. I'd still play him, but it's getting hard to hold on to any optimism.
Stills had a monster day last week, catching three passes for 129 yards and two scores. I'd consider starting him this week, after watching what the Bengals did to the Jets last week.
Graham was able to play through his foot injury, catching two touchdown passes in the red zone. If he plays, he starts in fantasy leagues. Simple as that.
Hartley could have had a huge game last week, but missed both of his field-goal attempts.
The Saints forced three turnovers and sacked Thad Lewis four times last week. This is another good matchup for them.
Smith had his worst game as a pro last week, throwing two pick-sixes and getting benched for Matt Simms. I wouldn't trust him in any format.
Powell had a rough game last week, but he carried the ball 10 times while Chris Ivory got just six carries. That could all flip again this week, even though I think Powell is the real lead back.
Ivory got just six carries last week while Bilal Powell got 10. Ignore Ivory's 104-yard performance against the Patriots. It means nothing.
Kerley had three receptions for 27 yards last week, but could be considered given that the Jets may be forced to throw a ton on Sunday.
Hill caught four passes for 23 yards against the Bengals. The Jets may be forced to throw a lot in this game, making Hill a potential starter in deep leagues.
With Jeff Cumberland recovering from a concussion, Sudfeld will get the start. If you're looking for a bye week replacement for Julius Thomas, keep looking.
Folk went 3-for-3 on field goals last week, and remains perfect on the season at 19-for-19. He should be universally owned.
The Jets were embarrassed by Andy Dalton and the Bengals. It only gets harder with Drew Brees coming to town.