Fantasy football is usually a low-maintenance hobby, but ahead of the playoffs, you have to emphasize strength of schedule and short-run roster management. Tyrod Taylor, above, makes for a nice QB-stream given a soft schedule and return of Sammy Watkins.
Andrew Fiorentino details another week of lineup shakeups, including Andrew Luck's status for Thursday's game looking seriously questionable due to a concussion, meaning Scott Tolzien may take the reins for Indy.
After dislocating his thumb, Running back LeSean McCoy had a minor surgical procedure to reposition it. According to Jeff Stotts, if McCoy progresses smoothly, he has a realistic chance of playing Sunday against the Jaguars.
Jordan Reed had the third-most red-zone receiving touchdowns last season, but with quarterback Kirk Cousins looking for others inside the 20 this year, Reed hasn't been nearly as productive for fantasy owners.
Vlad Sedler advises you to budget even more carefully than usual this week, and thinks Jimmy Graham can save you a few dollars at tight end while still providing Gronk-level production in a revenge game against the Saints.
The ugliest bye week of the season yet is upon us, leading to some tough lineup choices. You might have to play good players in bad matchups out of necessity, such as Alshon Jeffery against the Vikings.