The bye seemed to come at a perfect time for Manning. Now he gets a defense allowing a league-worst 8.5 yards per attempt this season.
Moreno missed practice early in the week, but is good to go for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Be sure to start him, just as you always would.
We'll see if it was just a one-week stay in the doghouse for Hillman. But there won't be enough clarity before gametime to start him with confidence.
Ball's role in the offense may continue to grow, but you can't bet on that this week.
Thomas will give his owners a big day going up against a San Diego defense that allows the fifth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
The Chargers allow the fifth-most fantasy points per game to receivers. This should be a fun day for anyone who owns a Denver wideout.
Welker should have plenty of room to operate. Look for him to get his share of targets.
Dreessen will start if Julius Thomas cannot play, which appears likely. He could be a sneaky add for those of you looking for a tight end.
Prater has been one of the best fantasy kickers this season. That should continue throughout the year.
This is a bad matchup for a defense allowing 299.1 pass yards per game.
Rivers will nearly be able to match Peyton Manning point for point in this game, as the Broncos allow the fourth-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Mathews is the sort of dual-threat running back who can give the Broncos fits. Start him with confidence.
The Broncos allow the fourth-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, good news for anyone who is an important part of the San Diego passing game, such as Woodhead.
Allen had a huge day against Washington, catching eight passes for 128 yards and a TD. Get him in there against a Denver defense that allows the sixth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Brown was quiet against Washington, catching just one of his six targets. This is another good matchup, though.
Royal has caught a touchdown pass in two straight games. It's hard to expect a third, but stranger things have happened.
You'd be starting Gates no matter what, but especially knowing the Broncos allow the 10th-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Novak had just one field-goal attempt last week, a chippy from 19 yards. He should be started this week.
The Chargers did well enough against Robert Griffin III but were ripped apart by the Washington run game. San Diego could possibly be the worst defense to start this week.
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