Cassel torched the Eagles last week, but this is a much stiffer test. He's no better than a low-end QB2.
Peterson has declared himself good to go for Sunday's game. That's a sigh of relief for his owners and possible dread for said owners' opponents.
Gerhart figures to be back int he Vikings' lineup as well. He'll only get a bunch of carries if Peterson leaves the game early again.
Asiata ran for three touchdowns last week, but picked up just 51 yards on 30 carries. You should not be considering him for Week 16.
Jennings had his biggest game as a Viking last week, catching 11 passes for 163 yards and a touchdown. Against Cincinnati, however, he's no better than a WR3.
Patterson had five receptions for 35 yards and a touchdown last week. Consier him a WR3 at best this week.
Simpson is an afterthought in the Minnesota offense.
Ford will likely split snaps with John Carlson, who's been cleared to play again, but neither is a fantasy option.
Walsh made two of his three field-goal attempts last week and is 26-for-30 on the season.
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.
Dalton is a great option against a Minnesota defense that has allowed the second-most fantasy points to quarterbacks.
The Vikings have allowed the eighth-most fantasy points to running backs and second-most to quarterbacks, making a pass-catching back like Bernard a likely star this week.
Green-Ellis can be considered a RB2 against a Minnesota defense that has allowed the eighth-most fantasy points to the position this year.
Green should be in for a monster day against a Minnesota defense that has allowed the second-most fantasy points to receivers this year.
If you're in a bind this week, you can consider Jones against this porous Minnesota defense.
Gresham is a great below-the-radar play this week, as the Vikings have allowed tight ends to catch 74 passes for 766 yards and 12 touchdowns this year.
The Vikings have allowed 766 yards and 12 touchdowns to tight ends this season, but it is Jermaine Gresham, not Eifert, who will benefit.
Nugent didn't attempt a field goal last week and is 16-for-20 on the season.
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.
Canadiens put together big comeback to beat Senators 5-4 in OT
Bruins get their eighth straight victory with win over Hurricanes