The Patriots have struggled against the run since losing Vince Wilfork, but the Browns don't present that sort of challenge. New England can be streamed with confidence this week.
The Cardinals did well, all things considered, in holding the Eagles to 24 points. They are a very strong play this week.
The Bengals forced three turnovers and limited the Chargers to 10 points in San Diego last week. They should be universally started on Sunday.
While the Raiders don't boast the world's greatest defense, the Jets might have the world's worst offense. Stream Oakland this week.
After playing two games against the Broncos and one against the Chargers the last three weeks, the Chiefs will undoubtedly welcome a game with Washington.
One underrated reason why it's hard to trust the Denver defense in fantasy leagues is the potential for it to give up garbage-time points.
The Chargers are a fringe starting defense this week against the turnover-prone Giants.
The Dolphins had four sacks and forced three turnovers against the Jets last week. I see no reason not to start them on Sunday.
The Eagles have one of the worst pass defenses in the league, and that's bad news with Calvin Johnson coming to town.
The Steelers had two sacks and nothing else against the Ravens last week. The Dolphins have allowed the most sacks this season, making the Steelers a decent play.
The Bills sacked Matt Ryan six times last week, but allowed the Falcons to score 31 points. They're a low-end starting option this week.
The Bucs intercepted Cam Newton twice last week, but they should not be considered in fantasy leagues, period.
It may not have been a great fantasy day, but this defense turned in one of the most impressive performances of the season in holding the Saints to seven points.
While the Packers have struggled without Aaron Rodgers, the Falcons have played far too poorly to trust them regardless of matchup.
The Texans D played just OK in its first meeting with the Jaguars two weeks ago, getting three sacks and no turnovers in a 13-6 loss. That doesn't exactly inspire huge confidence if you roll with them this week.
The Ravens pulled a disappearing act last week, failing to register a sack or takeaway. That shouldn't stop you from starting them against the Vikings.
If there were ever a week to consider benching the Panthers, it would be this one.
The Niners had a good, but not great, game against the Rams last week. They're a low-end starting option against Seattle.
You can't trust a defense that allows 200-yard rushers with the greatest of ease.
The Jags may have played their best defensive game of the season against the Texans two weeks ago, but that isn't enough to consider starting them this week.
The Colts picked off Ryan Fitzpatrick three times and forced four turnovers in total last week, but they aren't a good play in Cincinnati.
The Saints were absolutley torched by Russell Wilson and the Seahawks last week. I would not trust them in this matchup.
Even in a matchup with the Raiders, this defense is not to be trusted.
There is no way I'd consider playing the Washington defense against Jamaal Charles and the red-hot Alex Smith this week.
The Cardinals offense is clicking of late, and that should be enough to convince fantasy owners to stay away from the Rams this week.
The Giants continued their improved play on defense. The Chargers are a very tough draw at home.
The Cowboys have possibly the league's worst pass defense, making the Bears a terrible matchup for Dallas.
The Lions have struggled against the pass this year, making them a terrible start in this matchup against the Eagles.
Green Bay got rolled by Detroit on Thanksgiving and should not be considered for fantasy purposes.
The Browns allowed 30 points to the Jaguars last week, though three turnovers from the offense didn't help. You can't possibly play them against the Patriots.
The Vikings gave up 7.4 points per play to the Bears last week.
No defense this side of the '85 Bears would be a good play against the 2013 Broncos.
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