Keenan Allen nearly breached 100 yards in his first game back and now gets a favorable matchup with Arizona. Plus, that's not the only slot matchup Jerry Donabedian likes this week.
Courtland Sutton hasn't done much since September but should do well this week with Jerry Jeudy likely out for a matchup with the struggling Raiders.
A matchup with the Lions means Justin Fields isn't the only Bear worth starting in fantasy lineups this week. David Montgomery and Darnell Mooney should got in on the fun, and possibly others as well.
Justin Fields had a big October, at least from a fantasy standpoint, and now he gets more help at wide receiver for his Week 9 matchup with a reeling Dolphins defense.
D'Onta Foreman had 145 total yards last week and should take the lead against a vulnerable Falcons defense now that Chuba Hubbard is nursing an ankle sprain.
Kenneth Walker was fantastic the past two weeks and now appears locked in for a dominant share of Seattle's rushing workload against the Chargers' vulnerable run defense.
The Seahawks-Cardinals matchup is full of fantasy goodness, and it isn't just a matter of the defenses stinking it up (ok, it's a lot of that).
AJ Dillon hasn't hit paydirt since Week 1 despite seeing a dozen or more carries in three straight games. Look for that trend to end Sunday with the Packers favored by more than a touchdown.
Jamaal Williams looks like an RB2 play even if D'Andre Swift suits up, with RB1 status up for discussion in the likely event Swift doesn't play against the Seahawks this weekend.
Jerry Donabedian thinks Drake London will have the best Week 3 of any rookie receiver.
Darrell Henderson played more than three-fourths of the snaps last week against Buffalo and should put up more points with a similar role against the Falcons.
Elijah Mitchell is off the injury report and back on the RB2 map, opening his season against the rebuilding Bears.
The Packers are a formidable team, but the Niners might be a tougher one, featuring a two-headed rushing attack behind a dominant offensive line.
Bad weather in Tampa could be a complicating factor, but Rob Gronkowski otherwise has everything lined up nicely for a big game to continue his hot streak.
D'Andre Swift was a huge disappointment last week, but he should fare better in his second game back from injury, especially if the Packers rest starters at some point.
Consistency has been elusive throughout Devin Singletary's career, but he suddenly looks like a steady producer at just the right time for fantasy managers, facing Atlanta in Week 17.
Joe Burrow beat up on a healthier version of the Ravens in October and shouldn't have much trouble picking apart their backups this Sunday.
It's been a rough year for James Robinson and David Johnson, but both backs are set up nicely this week in a matchup between AFC South cellar dwellers.
While the problems with Denver's passing game are very real, an upcoming matchup against the Lions should breathe some life into Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy for at least one week.
All eyes are on Javonte Williams with his backfield mate banged up, and RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian believes the rookie needs to be started even if Melvin Gordon ends up playing this Sunday.
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks have one last chance to right the ship and stay in the NFC wild-card race, facing a Washington team that's missing its top two pass rushers.
Jaylen Waddle gets QB Tua Tagovailoa back in the lineup just in time for a matchup with the Jets.
Marvin Jones hasn't done much since DJ Chark went down for the year, but RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian expects that to change this Sunday against the Colts.
Jim Coventry analyzes players to start and sit for Week 9.
Jerry Donabedian believes Darrel Williams needs to be in starting lineups this week, even with only two NFL teams on bye.
Cordarrelle Patterson has produced all the highlights this year, but Mike Davis should also be productive for the Falcons this week.
Joe Burrow and the Bengals offense should take a bit out of their cat cousins in Detroit this weekend, potentially supporting productive outings for all three wide receivers.
RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian foresees a big week for Leonard Fournette, even if Giovani Bernard returns from a knee injury to take back Tampa's third-down snaps.
The Bucs defense is no joke, but New England's Jakobi Meyers should push for double-digit targets against a banged-up secondary Sunday night.
Detroit's secondary has gone from bad to worse, setting up Marquise Brown for another big week in what's rapidly shaping up as his breakout season.