Must Start

1.  Calvin Johnson vs. Ind – No Madden curse here.

2. AJ Green vs. SD – He’ll get back into the end zone this week.

3. Roddy White vs. NO – Expect to see the backs of Saints’ DBs jerseys all night long.

4. Julio Jones vs. NO – Ditto for Jones.

Next

Dez Bryant vs. Phi – Bryant’s on fire and facing a defense with numerous holes in it. He’ll put up top fantasy football numbers on Sunday.

Demaryius Thomas vs. TB – Thomas will top 100 yards with a TD against the Bucs secondary.

Wes Welker vs. Mia – He always kills his former team.

The Rest

Andre Johnson vs. Ten – He has 461 yards and a TD in his last two games.

Hakeem Nicks vs. Was – He was almost back to his old self vs. the Packers. He’ll breakout soon.

Randall Cobb vs. Min – Cobb will get back on track this week.

Brandon Marshall vs. GB – The Seahawks secondary might be lacking come Sunday. Regardless, with Cutler healthy, Marshall will post big numbers.

Victor Cruz vs. Was – Skins DBs still see him running for his 77 yard GW TD from the last one.

Reggie Wayne vs. Det – The Lions don’t cover very well.

Vincent Jackson vs. Den – Jackson’s used to battling Champ Bailey and Co. from his years in SD.

Kenny Britt vs. Hou – The Texans secondary is its main weakness this year.

Stevie Johnson vs. JAX – Johnson will use his speed to top 100 yards with a TD.

Cecil Shorts vs. Buf – The Bills have given up a lot of yards through the air this year.

Justin Blackmon vs. Buf -The rookie is starting to figure things out and has great rapport with Chad Henne.

Larry Fitzgerald vs. NYJ – Tough to endorse him with a rookie QB. He’s a No. 3 fantasy receiver at this point.

Eric Decker vs. TB – The Bucs are down to their back-up CBs.

Marques Colston vs. Atl – Took a nasty fall vs. the 49ers but has a strong match-up here.

Lance Moore vs. Atl – Same goes for Moore.

Denarius Moore vs. Cle – The Browns secondary is a weakness.

Jeremy Maclin vs. Dal – He’s the Eagles only real outside threat.

Percy Harvin vs. GB – Make sure he’s healthy enough to go… if so, he instantly becomes a No. 1 WR facing this secondary.

Jordy Nelson vs. Min – Nelson’s a mismatch for the Vikings.

Pierre Garcon vs. NYG – His deep speed might prove too much for a defense giving up long plays in 2012.

Malcolm Floyd vs. Cin – Another trip to the end zone is likely.

Michael Crabtree vs. Stl – Crabtree will be good for 75 yards with a red zone TD.

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