The Steelers have allowed just three quarterbacks to score 20 fantasy points in a game this year. Dalton is a QB2 this week.
Bernard had 148 yards from scrimmage against the Colts last week. Despite the projection, he is an RB2 this week.
Green-Ellis ran for 48 yards and two scores last week. Consider him an RB3 against the Steelers.
The Steelers have been better than average against opposing receivers this year, but owners know to play Green with confidence every week.
I wouldn't trust Jones in a tough matchup against the Steelers.
Gresham caught five passes for 41 yards and a touchdown last week. He's a high-end TE2 this week.
Eifert has had a disappointing rookie season from a fantasy standpoint.
Nugent didn't attempt any field goals last week. He has just 16 makes on the year.
The Bengals had a terrible fantasy day against the Colts last week, but you should feel comfortable starting them this week.
Roethlisberger threw for 349 yards and three touchdowns last week. However, the Bengals allow the 10th-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Bell has been a solid dual threat in his rookie season, but the Bengals allow the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Brown had another huge game last week, catching five passes for 137 yards and a touchdown. Start him with confidence.
Even though he's scored a touchdown in three consecutive games, Sanders is too deep an option to consider in a tough matchup with the Bengals.
Cotchery should not be deployed by fantasy owners in this tough matchup with the Bengals.
Miller is a low-end TE1 against a Cincinnati defense that has allowed the 10th-fewest fantasy points to tight ends this year.
Suisham did not attempt a field goal last week. He is 24-for-26 on the season.
The Steelers don't force a ton of turnovers and don't get to the quarterback. That's a bad combination.
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