The Rams made Drew Brees uncomfortable all game last week and are a solid play against the Buccaneers.
While the Browns got torched by the Bears a week ago, this Jets offense is arguably the worst in the league. If you own the Browns, start them.
Seattle has one of the few matchup-proof defenses in the league.
The Dolphins got burned by the Patriots a week ago, but this is a much better matchup. They're worthy of being started in fantasy leagues.
Given that the Houston offense is reeling, you can consider Denver a stream option if you need some help at the position.
Tennessee continues to struggle against the run, but could be considered in fantasy leagues given what they can do against Chad Henne.
Given the Giants' proclivity to turn the ball over, the Lions are a great play this week.
The Raiders have the fifth-most turnovers and seventh-most sacks allowed this season. Stream the Chargers if you can.
The Patriots sacked Ryan Tannehill four times last week, which is really no better than par for the course. They're a fringe starting option against Baltimore.
San Francisco is one of the strongest defense plays of Week 16.
While the Steelers put up 30 points on the Bengals, they had just 290 total yards. You should start the Bengals with confidence this week.
The Colts haven't been the same since losing Reggie Wayne, and now they may turn to Trent Richardson once again. Start the Chiefs with confidence.
The Bucs had a brutal day against the 49ers and should be outside the starting class this week.
The Ravens picked off Matthew Stafford three times last week, but had just one sack. The Patriots present a bad matchup for them.
The Saints have been a different team away from New Orleans this season, but this still isn't a good matchup.
The Cowboys have allowed the most fantasy points to quarterbacks and running backs, and sixth-most to receivers and tight ends.
The Jags had two takeaways and four sacks last week, but still cannot be considered a safe play in fantasy leagues.
The Jets won't let the Browns have much success on the ground, but their lack of a pass rush makes them a bad start in this matchup.
The Bills lead the league in sacks this year while the Dolphins have allowed the most. That's a good recipe for a streamed defense.
Just like you have all year, ignore this defense for fantasy purposes.
The Colts had two takeaways and four sacks while holding the Texans to three points last week. Still, this is not a great matchup.
While you start a defense like the Cardinals in most weeks if you own them, this game could be the exception.
Given Matthew Stafford's shaky play of late, the Giants could be of some assistance if you're desperate this week.
Pittsburgh generally takes care of the ball, though Ben Roethlisberger has been sacked 41 times this year.
The Saints do have one of the league's best pass rushes, but this is not a good matchup for them.
This defense cannot be trusted against a passing offense like Chicago's.
Houston has managed to post relatively impressive defensive stats despite losing its last 12 games.
LeSean McCoy will have a field day with the Bears. Do not even think about starting them.
Pittsburgh hasn't done enough this year to be considered a streamable defense. The Steelers are certainly off-limits if Aaron Rodgers returns.
The Falcons allowed nearly 400 passing yards to Kirk Cousins last week. It's not just the offense that has had a rough year in Atlanta.
The Vikings may have won last week, but Nick Foles threw for 428 yards and three touchdowns. You don't want any part of them.
The Raiders were burned by a series of screens and swing passes last week. You think the Chargers, with Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead, took note?
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