Matt Ryan has thrown seven picks in the last two weeks. He'd probably rather not see the Seahawks across the field while riding that wave.
The Titans played well in a favorable matchup last week, forcing two turnovers and sacking Kellen Clemens twice. This week's matchup is even better.
The Texans should be able to get after Carson Palmer this week, though this is not the overall defense it was each of the previous two seasons.
Case Keenum has played quite well in his first two career starts, but the Cardinals are definitely worth activating this week.
Even without Geno Atkins, the Bengals are a great play against a struggling Ravens offense.
Despite a lackluster performance against Case Keenum and the Texans last week, you can stream the Colts against the Rams on Sunday.
Even though the Vikings don't present a huge challenge for opposing defenses outside of Adrian Peterson, you shouldn't be considering Washington as a potential stream play this week.
The Bears got lucky when Aaron Rodgers had to leave last week's game with what turned out to be a broken collarbone. Do not start them here.
The Eagles picked off Terrelle Pryor twice last week, and could actually be worth a stream given they'll be going up against Seneca Wallace on Sunday.
The Dolphins totaled three interceptions and five sacks against the Bengals last week. If they're out there in your league, grab them.
The Buccaneers simply haven't done anything this season that should give the fantasy community even a sliver of confidence in their defense.
The Panthers forced the Falcons into four turnovers, but the 49ers are a different animal. Carolina is a strong option every week, but this is not a great matchup.
You start them every week, even in non-optimal matchups like this one.
This is a bad matchup for a defense allowing 299.1 pass yards per game.
This is not a great matchup for the Saints. Look elsewhere.
As predicted, the Bills didn't do much against the mistake-free Chiefs last week. They cannot be trusted as a fantasy defense.
Whether Jay Cutler or Josh McCown starts, this is a bad matchup for an average fantasy defense.
Nick Foles absolutely eviscerated the Raiders last week, but they could be worth a stream against the mistake-prone Giants.
The Raiders' offense has made some improvements this year, while the Giants' defense has gotten worse. Stay away.
The Cowboys allow the most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks. Drew Brees owners should be excited.
The Vikings allow 31.5 points per game this year. Washington should be able to hit that average on Thursday.
After the shellacking the Steelers just took at the hands of the Patriots, it's awfully hard to consider Pittsburg a potential stream play this week.
The Jaguars have allowed 33 points per game this season. Start your Titans.
The Falcons gave up 27 offensive points to the Panthers last week and look like one of the true doormat defenses in the league.
The Rams picked off Jake Locker twice and sacked him four times last week, but this is not a good matchup for them.
Josh McCown, Matt Forte, Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery all got theirs against the Packers. That does not bode well for this week's game with the Eagles.
Jason Campbell essentially had his way with the Ravens last week, and that does not bode well for this week's matchup with Andy Dalton and the Bengals.
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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