Brees had a monster day against the Cowboys in Week 10, throwing for 392 yards and four scores. You know what to do here.
Wilson should be able to take advantage of a Minnesota defense that allows the second-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
If he can throw four more touchdowns without an interception, Foles will match the record set by Peyton Manning earlier this season for most TDs to start a year without a pick. He could very well do it against Washington.
Griffin had a huge day against the Vikings, throwing for 281 yards and three scores. The Eagles allow the sixth-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, so expect similar stats.
Newton struggled against the 49ers, but the Patriots don't present the same kind of challenge. Owners should start him as a QB1 this week.
While it was a dreadful real-life day for Luck against the Rams, he gave his fantasy owners a productive game despite three interceptions. Be careful with him against a Tennessee defense that has allowed the third-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Flacco threw for 3.9 YPA and two interceptions against the Bengals, though he did manage two touchdowns. The Bears present a friendly matchup, making him a low-end QB1 this week.
Let's see how Manning does against a defense ranked No. 1 in the league by Pro Football Focus. I think he'll be just fine.
Keenum played quite well in a tough matchup last week, throwing for 201 yards, three touchdowns and zero intercetpions against the Cardinals. The Raiders allow the 10th most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, making Keenum a fringe QB1 this week.
McCown is back under center after Jay Cutler suffered a high ankle sprain last week. Consider him a strong QB2 and potential QB1 against the Ravens.
Palmer had a solid game against the Texans, throwing for 241 yards, 7.5 YPA and two scores. He's a strong option this week, though I still consider him a QB2.
Glennon had a rough day against Miami, but he's a sneaky start against an Atlanta defense that has been torched by passers the last six weeks.
Tannehill has really struggled of late, but the Chargers could help him rediscover his game. They've allowed the fifth-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Stafford had just 219 yards and 6.3 YPA against the Bears, but the three touchdowns had to please his owners. Play him as usual this week.
Brady is coming off his best game of the season, but the Panthers allow the fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Ryan threw for 172 yards and a touchdown against the Seahawks. Sadly, that was his best game in the last three weeks. He's a low-end QB1/high-end QB2 against Tampa Bay.
Roethlisberger surprisingly struggled against the Bills last week, making him hard to trust against the Lions. I still consider him a fringe QB1 though.
Rivers disappointed in a great matchup last week, throwing for just 215 yards and one touchdown against the Broncos. I've got him as a low-end QB1 this week.
Dalton struggled for the second week in a row after three huge games. Now he goes up against a Cleveland defense allowing the 11th-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks. Consider him a fringe QB1.
Campbell has played great in his two starts for the Browns and can be considered a mid-tier QB2 against a Cincinnati defense that has surrendered the ninth-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
The Broncos are a great matchup for Smith, but don't expect the Chiefs to deviate too much from what has worked this year.
Tolzien will get his first career start on Sunday. He should not be considered against a Giants' defense that has been playing better football over the last month.
Fitzpatrick will start for the remainder of the year after Jake Locker suffered a Lisfranc injury last week. Consider him outside the QB2 class.
Manuel returned from his knee injury last week, but struggled in Pittsburgh. The matchup this week isn't much better.
After putting up just 140 yards, one touchdown and one interception against the Raiders, Manning cannot be considered in fantasy leagues.
The Bills have allowed the 13th-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks. Just a few weeks ago, they had allowed the second-most. Stay away from Smith.
Pryor's status for Sunday's game remains iffy. Combine that with the matchup, and he should not be on your radar this week.
Henne threw for 180 yards and two touchdowns against the strong pass defense of the Titans. I don't like his prospects against the Cardinals any better.
After yet another stinker last week, Kaepernick simply should not be thought of as a starter in traditional one-QB leagues.
Ponder should play against the Seahawks on Sunday after suffering a separated shoulder last week, but this is a terrible matchup for him.
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