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.
The Cowboys allow the most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, so it could be quite the day for Brees.
Dalton's streak of huge games ended last week, though he did still manage 338 yards. The Ravens have buckled down since getting torched by Peyton Manning Week 1, but Dalton is still a low-end QB1.
Luck did last week exactly what we've become accustomed to him doing by engineering a fourth-quarter comeback. Start him with confidence against the Rams.
Stafford should have a huge day against a Bears defense that is allowing 8.5 yards per attempt this season.
Griffin should be in line for a big day against a Minnesota defense that has allowed the third-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
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.
Wilson continues to put himself over the top with his running ability, as he picked up 36 yards and a score on the ground last week. The Falcons won't present him with too serious a challenge.
Romo threw for 337 yards, two touchdowns and an interception last week. You should be starting him if you own him, but know that the Saints allow the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
The Panthers allow the second-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks. Look for the 49ers to try to dominate with the run game this week.
Locker struggled against the Rams, but he's a great play against a Jacksonville defense that hasn't been able to stop anyone this season.
Cutler will start this Sunday, beating the timetable for his groin injury by two weeks. He's a low-end QB1 against the Lions.
Manning has to be licking his chops after seeing what Nick Foles did to the Raiders last week.
Roethlisberger had a monster game against the Patriots, throwing for 400 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions. He should be started against a Buffalo defense that has allowed the second-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Foles had a day for the ages, throwing for 406 yards and seven touchdowns last week. Start him with confidence against the Packers. He'll like get to play all four quarters, too.
Tannehill is a high-end QB2 this week, as the Buccaneers have allowed the seventh-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks. Remember, though, that the Dolphins are missing the left side of their line due to the Richie Incognito situation.
It appears that Manuel will make his first start since suffering a knee injury Week 5 against the Browns. You should stay away in his first game back.
Pryor didn't find the end zone against the Eagles and threw two interceptions, though he did have 288 yards in the air and 94 on the ground. The Giants present an inviting matchup.
Newton didn't have his best game through the air last week, throwing for 249 yards, one touchdown and two picks, though he made up for it with a rushing score. The Niners present a very tough challenge.
The Bengals may be without Geno Atkins, but Flacco is still no more than a QB2 this week.
Glennon continues to play well for the Buccaneers, throwing for 168 yards and two touchdowns without an interception last week. Miami, however, allows the ninth-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Ponder didn't exactly take advantage of the most quarterback-friendly defense in the league last week, throwing for just 236 yards, one TD and one pick. This is another good matchup, but it's hard to trust him.
Keenum put up a monster statstical day in his second start, throwing for 350 yards and three touchdowns. This will be the toughest test of his young career.
The Texans have allowed the third-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, presenting Palmer with a big challenge.
Henne was struggling to produce on a consistent basis with Justin Blackmon in the lineup. Now that his best receiver is done for the year, stay away from the Michigan man.
Clemens played better last week, throwing for 210 yards and a touchdown. Though Case Keenum had a nice day against the Colts last week, you don't want to have anything to do with Clemens on Sunday.
Wallace will start for the injured Aaron Rodgers. He had a dreadful performance in relief of Rodgers against the Bears last week, and brings down the value of everyone on this offense.
Ryan had a terrible day against the Panthers and has now thrown seven interceptions in his last two games. It doesn't get any easier with the Seahawks in town.