Brees had a bit of a down week by his standards against the Niners, but should get back on track against the struggling Falcons.
Sproles had another down game last week, but is a strong play this week given the matchup.
Thomas could be in line for a big game against an Atlanta defense that has allowed the 10th-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Ingram was back to his old self against San Francisco, lending even more credence to the notion that his huge game against Dallas was an anomaly.
Colston had five catches for 80 yards last week and is a must-start against an Atlanta defense that has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Moore is a strong WR3 against an Atlanta defense that allowed Tampa Bay to score 41 points a week ago.
Stills could be a deep play against an Atlanta defense that was burned on a 53-yard catch by Vincent Jackson last week.
Graham caught six passes for just 41 yards last week. Expect him to atone for that this week.
The slightly embattled Hartley made all three of his field-goal attempts last week and is now 19-for-25 on the season.
The Saints have 32 sacks and 16 takeaways on the year, and could be a decent stream against the reeling Falcons.
Ryan completed just 19-of-36 passes for 254 yards, two touchdowns and two picks last week, and eventually passed the reins to Dominique Davis. He shouldn't be trusted as a fantasy starter for the rest of the season.
Jackson has had an underwhelming first season in Atlanta, and don't look for him to turn it around this week, even against a New Orleans defense that allows 4.9 yards per carry.
Rodgers got six carries and two targets last week. His role remains too small to consider him in fantasy leagues, and he could see it further marginalized by Antone Smith.
Douglas exploded for six catches for 134 yards and a score last week. The Saints have limited opposing receivers this season, but Atlanta should have to throw a ton on Thursday. He's a WR2.
White got nine targets a week ago and caught his first touchdown pass of the season. He just might be relevant again. Consider him a WR3 this week.
Gonzalez caught seven of nine targets for 63 yards last week. If you own him you're probably starting him, but I dont have much confidence in his fantasy prospects.
Bryant made both of his field-goal attempts last week and is now a strong 15-for-16 on the year.
They just gave up 41 points to the Buccaneers. How do you suppose they'll do against one of the league's best offenses?
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