All things considered, Foles played well in the snow last week, throwing for 179 yards, one touchdown and one interception. He should thrive against the Vikings, who allow the second-most points per game to quarterbacks.
McCoy carved up the Lions for 217 yards and two touchdowns last week. The Vikings have allowed the sixth-most fantasy points to running backs.
Jackson should be one of the top scorers at the position going up against a Minnesota defense that has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to receivers.
Cooper caught three passes for 74 yards last week, and is a strong play against a Minnesota defense that has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to receivers.
Avant didn't have a target last week. That should tell you all you need to know.
Celek quite simply is not relevant in fantasy leagues.
Henery didn't attempt any kicks last week because of the snow in Philadelphia.
The Eagles are a solid stream play this week, especially if Adrian Peterson doesn't start.
Cassel threw for 265 yards and two touchdowns against the Ravens last week. He's a QB2 going up against the Eagles.
Peterson is a good bet to sit after suffering a foot injury last week.
Gerhart would be a high-end RB3 if he starts in place of Adrian Peterson.
Jennings had five catches for 53 yards last week, and could be a decent option in deep leagues against a Philadelphia defense that allows the most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Patterson had his best game as a pro last week, catching five passes for 141 yards and a touchdown. He's a low-end WR3 against a Philadelphia defense that allows the most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Simpson could be worth a look in deep leagues, as Philadelphia has allowed the most fantasy points to receivers.
Walsh made both of his field-goal attempts last week and is 24-for-27 on the season.
Minnesota has been dreadful against the pass. That makes the Eagles a terrible matchup for them.
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