Welcome to the weekly wide receiver/cornerback breakdown for fantasy football Week 11! Here, we analyze each of the outside matchups one by one, as well as 10 of my favorite matchups in the slot. With the bye weeks in full swing and league playoff pictures taking shape, it is important to dig deep and find the best matchups to gain a competitive advantage, optimize your starting lineups, and crush your opponents. This article is also critical for fantasy football DFS players, as this will help you find the right matchups to target when setting your lineups. You can follow me on Twitter, @FantasyCoachJB, and reach out with all your fantasy football questions as well.

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Fantasy Football WR/CB Matchup Report Week 11

Left WR vs Right CB
Wide ReceiverTeamDK / FD $CornerbackOppMatchup
Marquise BrownARI$5300 / $6600Steven NelsonHOUSafe
We were excited for Brown with Kyler Murray returning but he only had 1 catch last week. Their history tells us that things will get better and it should this week against a Houston defense who has allowed 64 points the past 2 weeks. While Nelson has played well and only allowed 1 touchdown in his coverage, he is allowing 16 yards per reception so with Brown's targets likely to increase and his chunk play ability he is a good start this week.
Drake LondonATL#N/Abye#N/Abye
Odell Beckham.BAL$3600 / $5600Cam Taylor-BrittCINRisky
Odell has back to back games with a touchdown, but that certainly is not a trend. His touchdown last week was his only catch and he only saw 2 targets. Taylor-Britt has been good in coverage and only allows a 55% catch rate and 1 touchdown in his coverage this season. In a tougher matchup and with a low target share, Odell is a risky touchdown dependent play.
Stefon DiggsBUF$9100 / $8600D.J. ReedNYJModerate
For the second week in a row, Diggs gets a battle with a premier corner. Last week Patrick Surtain held him in check and this week he gets Reed who PFF grades as a top 5 corner in their coverage grades. Just like I said last week, you almost have to start DIggs in your leagues, but at his hefty price in DFS I will be looking elsewhere for a higher ceiling due to the matchup.
DJ Chark Jr.CAR$3300 / $5300DaRon BlandDALRisky
An elbow injury kept Chark out of last week's game but he should return this week. Regardless, whoever lines up against the ball-hawking Bland is a risky start, especially with Bryce Young's struggles.
DJ MooreCHI$5600 / $6800Cameron SuttonDETSafe
Nobody could be happier to hear Justin Fields should be back this week than DJ Moore. It's been a struggle for him these past few weeks but with his starting quarterback under center again things should get better for Moore. Sutton has allowed 417 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns in his coverage so the matchup is good in a game that Chicago will likely need to throw to keep up with Detroit. Things are looking up for Moore this week!
Ja'Marr ChaseCIN$8700 / $8700Brandon StephensBALSafe
With no Tee Higgins, and playing with a back injury himself, Chase still managed to score over 23 fantasy points on 5 catches because he racked up 124 yards and a touchdown. Higgins should miss this one as well and in a game with shootout potential, there will be plenty of work for Joe Burrow's favorite receiver.
Amari CooperCLE$6200 / $7300Joey Porter Jr.PITRisky
With Deshaun Watson under center, Cooper has had some big weeks and been a productive receiver. Watson is now out for the season but Cooper will need to step up to keep the Browns' playoff hopes alive. Dorian Thompson-Robinson, not PJ Walker will be starting so that's an even bigger downgrade since he isn't a great passer and Cooper only caught 1 pass in DTR's week 4 start. Add to that the fact that Joey Porter Jr. will likely shadow Cooper like he did Deandre Hopkins in week 9 and will limit Coopers production. With the potential shadow and downgrade at quarterback I'm staying off Cooper this week.
Michael GallupDAL$3800 / $5500Donte JacksonCARRisky
Gallup scored a touchdown last week, but pretty much everyone did against the Giants in a blowout win. In the past 2 games Gallup has only played a 48% snap share and was only targeted 5 times combined. With the decreased usage, and Cooks stepping up, Gallup has become a risky option to start anywhere.
Courtland SuttonDEN$5200 / $6600Akayleb EvansMINSafe
After catching his 7th touchdown of the season, Sutton has me super proud of drafting him everywhere I could this season! This week he matches up against a Minnesota defense that has allowed 14 touchdowns in their coverage with 3 of them coming against Evans. Sutton also moves around and will see some of Murphy also who has allowed 6 touchdowns. Still priced too low in DFS, my guy Sutton is a must start for me.
Jameson WilliamsDET$3300 / $5300Tyrique StevensonCHIModerate
Did you see the video of Williams getting down field to block on a long touchdown run? I'm sure Jared Goff and the coaching staff also saw it and will look to reward the youngster this week. He is still only playing just over 50% snap share, so he still carries some risk, but he has the big play potential and faces Stevenson who has allowed 7 touchdowns in his coverage so Williams is a nice DFS pay-down dart throw this week.
Romeo DoubsGB$5200 / $6300Deane LeonardLACSafe
Not sure yet if it will be Leonard or MIchael Davis lined up against Doubs. Davis is the usual starter but didn't play most of last week's game so keep an eye on his status. Either way, the matchup against the Chargers secondary is a good one and Doubs caught his 6th touchdown of the season last week. He will have the better matchup against whoever is opposite Asante Samuel Jr., so the targets will keep coming and with a plus matchup I like Doubs again this week.
Nico CollinsHOU$6700 / $7200Marco WilsonARISafe
After missing last week, Collins is expected to be back in the fold this week and draws a great matchup against Wilson who allows a near 80% catch rate and has allowed 3 touchdowns in his coverage. Everyone will be looking to play wiaver wire darling Noah Brown this week and it could leave Collins lower owned in DFS in a game where he should get back on track with his young quarterback who is playing phenomenal.
Michael PittmanIND#N/Abye#N/Abye
Calvin RidleyJAC$5400 / $6500Kristian FultonTENModerate
Ridley has become a boom/bust receiver with more bust than boom. The matchup this week is a good one as Tennessee has allowed the 7th most yards to wide receivers this season. His lack of target share is scary, but he is still playing over 90% snap share so he is out there and has a chance to make plays. He's a dice roll, but he can be used this week in a good matchup and hope it's a boom week.
Marquez Valdes-ScantlingKC$3100 / $5200James BradberryPHIRisky
Davante AdamsLV$7900 / $7600Jalen RamseyMIAModerate
It was a tough matchup last week against the Jets secondary, but Adams still saw 13 targets and caught 6 for 86 yards. It gets better this week against Miami, but they have a healthy Ramsey now who is still a solid cover corner. The usage and target volume make Adams very startable, but the matchup and shaky quarterback play downgrades him to moderate for me.
Jalen GuytonLAC$3300 / $5600Corey BallentineGBModerate
With Jaire Alexander dealing with a shoulder injury, Ballentine stepped in last week and will play significant snaps this week. This makes Guyton an intriguing start in a passing game lacking a true number 2 receiver due to injuries. Last week Guyton played about 80% of the snaps and had a 15% target rate so the usage is encouraging and the matchup is good. He's a nice DFS dart throw and could even be a sneaky flex option in your leagues this week.
Tutu AtwellLAR$3900 / $5300Tariq WoolenSEARisky
Woolen is a solid cover corner and only allows a 62.5% reception percentage in his coverage. Atwell is always a big play threat, but his usage has dipped and he only has 10 catches since week 5.
Jaylen WaddleMIA$7600 / $7100Amik RobertsonLVSafe
Robertson continues to be one of my favorite corners to target, especially when I can target him with a good receiver. Miami went into the bye off a disappointing loss to the Chiefs and should look to come out of the bye with a statement. Miami should put plenty of points up this week and Waddle will be a big part of that.
Justin JeffersonMIN$8900 / $9000Pat SurtainDENModerate
The feeling is that Jefferson will return this week but he will come back to a tough matchup against one of the best corners in the league in Surtain. Surtain just shut down Stefon Diggs last week and will give Jefferson a tough battle in his first game back. Easing back from injury and in a tough matchup, Id look somewhere else in DFS if you're paying gup at wide receiver.
JuJu Smith-SchusterNE#N/Abye#N/Abye
Michael ThomasNO#N/Abye#N/Abye
Isaiah HodginsNYG$3000 / $4700Emmanuel ForbesWASRisky
Hodgins was back to second highest snap share in the Giants receiver carousel but did nothing with the snaps. With Devito at quarterback, none of the Giants receivers are startable and most, if not all, shouldn't even be rostered in most leagues.
Garrett WilsonNYJ$6400 / $7000Dane JacksonBUFSafe
The Jets cant seem to find the endzone but Wilson is being peppered with targets. He has seen 14 and 13 targets in back to back games and is being fed enough to still be a solid start in PPR leagues. Jackson has played well at corner for Buffalo, but Wilson is the more talented player. I expect to see another high volume game for a target hog who is still at a favorable DFS price.
Devonta SmithPHI$7000 / $7100Jaylen WatsonKCSafe
This game is the premier matchup on the slate this week and Watson is the corner on the KC side to attack. Brown will likely see the Sneed shadow so Smith will see plenty of Watson who has allowed 5 touchdowns in his coverage, making Smith a nice start this week.
George PickensPIT$4900 / $6400Martin Emerson Jr.CLEModerate
The Pittsburgh passing game as a whole didn't do much last week and now they draw a tough matchup against a solid Cleveland defense this week. Pickens has shown his talent and ability to make big plays, but there likely wont be enough there in a tough matchup to trust him in DFS lineups this week.
Brandon AiyukSF$7200 / $7800Jamel DeanTBSafe
Aiyuk scored his 3rd touchdown of the season last week and now gets a matchup against a Tampa Bay secondary who grades out as the 3rd worst coverage team in the league according to PFF. Tampa continues to give up a lot of points to good offenses and got shredded by C.J. Stroud 2 weeks ago. The San Francisco playmakers should be able to take advantage of this plus matchup this week.
DK MetcalfSEA$6900 / $7200Cobie DurantLARSafe
Durant is only 5'11 and 180 pounds soaking wet so it is a nice size advantage for Metcalf who is coming off a game where he saw 12 targets. This could be another high scoring game and Geno Smith will be looking to Metcalf plenty to make him a safe start.
Mike EvansTB$7400 / $7700Ambry ThomasSFSafe
Tampa will have to score to keep up with San Francisco this week and Baker Mayfield continues to show that he loves having Evans on his team. Evans saw 10 targets last week and caught 6 of them for 143 yards and a touchdown. The volume and redzone presence keeps him a safe play even against Thomas who has yet to allow a touchdown, but has allowed a 73% reception percentage in his coverage.
DeAndre HopkinsTEN$6100 / $6700Gregory JuniorJACSafe
Tyson Campbell is dealing with a hamstring injury so Hopkins could be seeing a backup cornerback to take advantage of. There will be ups and downs with the rookie gunslinger under center, but even in a down game last week, Hopkins saw a 21% taregt share and Levis will continue to look his way. With the high target volume and a matchup against a backup corner, I like Hopkins a lot this week.
Terry McLaurinWAS$5800 / $6800Deonte BanksNYGModerate
McLaurin led the Commanders with 8 targets last week and will be the main target in most weeks. We just saw the Giants get shredded by Dallas last week so it is a plus matchup against a struggling defense. The fear is that the Giants wont be able to score so after getting up, Washington may take their foot off the gas and limit the upside of the receivers with less passing. Hes still a good start but I dont love it for DFS this week.
Right WR vs Left CB
Wide ReceiverTeamDraftKings/FanDuelCornerbackOppMatchup
Michael WilsonARI$3400 / $5400Derek StingleyHOUModerate
Returning from the shoulder injury, Wilson almost had a touchdown but it was overturned so he finished with a 3 for 34 line which wasnt impressive. What was impressive was his 19% target share and if that continues with Kyler Murray then Wilson can be a solid flex option the rest of the season. I dont love the matchup agianst a solid young corner in Stingley this week so Ill wait and see one more week before calling him safe.
Van JeffersonATL#N/Abye#N/Abye
Zay FlowersBAL$5700 / $6200DJ Turner IICINModerate
Turner is a solid second round rookie who is playing over 65% of thedefensive snaps so with Chidobe Awuzie limited with knee injury it will be a lot of rookie vs rookie with Flowers and Turner. Flowers was back to leading the team in targets last week and caught 5 passes for 73 yards. Turner is only allowing a 45% reception percentage in his coverage so its not agreat matchup for Flowers but his target share still makes him a moderate play.
Gabe DavisBUF$5500 / $6400Sauce GardnerNYJRisky
As frustrating as it is to figure out when to play Davis, a matchup against Sauce Gardner and the Jets secondary is always risky so that makes it a bit easier this week.
Jonathan MingoCAR$3400 / $5000Stephon GilmoreDALRisky
I really like this kid but his yound quarterback is struggling and isnt getting him the ball. Add to that a matchup against Gilmore and the Cowboys and Mingo is extra risky this week.
Tyler ScottCHI$3000 / $4800Jerry JacobsDETRisky
Its a rotation between Scott, Equanimeous St. Brown and Mooney(in 2 wide sets) on the right side. Even with Fields back, both Scott and St. Brown are playing about 38% of the snaps and that alone makes them too risky to play.
Trenton IrwinCIN$3600 / $5300Marlon HumphreyBALRisky
Tee Higgins is expected to miss another game so its another opportunity for Irwin to get increased snaps. Last week he played a 81% snap share and caught 2 passes on 4 targets but one was a touchdown. Joe Burrow will lean on Chase and Boyd with Irwin being a complimentary piece who is a touchdown dependent dart throw.
Cedric TillmanCLE$3000 / $4200Levi WallacePITRisky
Tillman had 0 catches on his 3 targets last week and now he also gets a backup quarterback. There isn't enough volume and we cant trust the rookie quarterback so Tillman wont be a start for me.
Brandin CooksDAL$4700 / $5900CJ HendersonCARModerate
We saw a monster game from Cooks last week with 32 fantasy points in a ppr with his 9 catch, 173 yard and a touchdown performance. It was great to see the target percentage correlate with his recent increase in snap percentage and he is solidifying himself as the much needed complimentary #2 receiver to CeeDee Lamb. Henderson is allowing a 78% catch rate in his coverage so Cooks is a solid flex option and a good pay-down DFS receiver this week.
Marvin MimsDEN$3500 / $4800Byron Murphy Jr.MINRisky
Sean Payton said they needed to get the ball in Mims' hands more, and he played his highest snap percentage of the season last week, but didnt catch a pass. Murphy is one of the worst cover corners in the league and has allowed 6 touchdowns, so Mims could get the big play TD this week against him, but until we see more targets he's still risky. With the plus matchup, you can throw a dart at him in GPP lineups but dont hold your breath.
Josh ReynoldsDET$3700 / $5700Jaylon JohnsonCHIRisky
Reynolds is 2nd among wide receivers in Detroit in route percentage, snap share and target share, but doesn't get a ton of volume behind ARSB, LaPorta and the backs. Chicago is a bottom 10 team in PFF coverage grade so it is a good matchup, but I think it will be Jameson Willams who scores the complimentary touchdown this week, not Reynolds.
Christian WatsonGB$4600 / $5700Asante Samuel Jr.LACRisky
Samuel is the top cover corner on the Chargers and will give Watson a hard time this week when they line up against each other. Watson has been outplayed by Romeo Doubs all season and in the worse of the 2 matchups this week, I dont see that changing. Until we see him step up, he will stay risky.
Tank DellHOU$5900 / $7000Starling Thomas VARISafe
I love this matchup for Dell against the undrafted rookie Thomas who has been given increased opportunity lately. Dell saw a whopping 14 targets last week and while that wont be a weekly thing, he is still a focal point of a hot offense in a good matchup so I like him a lot this week.
Alec PierceIND#N/Abye#N/Abye
Zay JonesJAC$4100 / $5500Roger McCrearyTENModerate
Jones was released from prison onbond on Tuesday and was back in the building practicing limited on Wednesday. He looks healthy and Jacksonville certainly has missed him, but we dont know where he is mentally. Even in a good matchup, I cant call him safe to play yet until we see him out there.
Justin WatsonKC$3000 / $5000Darius SlayPHIRisky
Any of these rotational Chiefs outside receivers are nothing more than a touchdown dependent dart throw. In a matchup against Slay this week, they're all even riskier than usual.
Jakobi MeyersLV$6100 / $6700Xavien HowardMIAModerate
Rookie QB Aiden O'Connell only completed 16 passes in each of the last 2 games. Meyers only caught 2 passes in each game andis starting to worry his fantasy managers. This week they will have to throw more to keep up with Miami's high powered offense so there should be more targets coming Meyers way. I don't love him in DFS with O'Connell under center, but he is a season long league WR3/flex option this week.
Quentin JohnstonLAC$4200 / $6200Carrington ValentineGBModerate
Johnston has been seeing around a 84% snap share the past couple of weeks so we like the increased usage. I said in last week's article that "this could be the week Johnston pays dividends for his patient fantasy managers." and he scored a touchdown and had 13.4 fantasy points. He was still out targeted by Jalen Guyton so the low target share still makes him a little risky even in a matchup against a banged up Green Bay secondary.
Puka NacuaLAR$7100 / $7500Tre BrownSEAModerate
Coming out of the bye and with Matthew Stafford looking like he will be good to go, the Rams will want to get their passing game going. Puka has been a great revelation this season but has struggled a bit the past few games. Brown is graded as a top 20 corner in PFF coverage grades so its a tougher matchup for Puka so that will downgrade him from safe to moderate this week.
Tyreek HillMIA$9300 / $9800Marcus PetersLVSafe
The veteran Peters will try to battle with Hill, but Hill is too quick and too good for Peters at this stage in his career. HIll is always a must start and always has slate breaking potential in DFS.
Jordan AddisonMIN$5900 / $6800Fabian MoreauDENSafe
The rerurn of Justin Jefferson should actually help Addison by taking some attention off of him. This week that is even more true as it would have been Addison with the Surtain shadow if Jefferson was still out, but instead Addison now avoids the shadow and gets a plus matchup against Moreau on the other side.
Kayshon BoutteNE#N/Abye#N/Abyw
Rashid ShaheedNO#N/Abye#N/Abye
Darius SlaytonNYG$3200 / $5400Kendall FullerWASRisky
Tommy Devito = all Giants receivers are risky.
Allen LazardNYJ$3500 / $5900Rasul DouglasBUFRisky
Lazard saw5 targets last week and caught 1 pass. Even with a solid route percentage and snap percentage, there just isnt enough target volume going to Lazard in a passing attack that is struggling with Zach Wilson at quarterback,
A.J. BrownPHI$8900 / $8800L'Jarius SneedKCSafe
Brown will get the shadow treatment from Sneed, but will also get force fed the ball by Hurts anyway. This can be a high scoring, back and forth game, so the top receiver for Philly will be just fine.
Diontae JohnsonPIT$5000 / $6600Denzel WardCLEModerate
Keep an eye on Johnson as he missed Wednesday's practice with a thumb injury. With an injury to the hand and a matchup against a solid corner in Ward, I am going to downgrade Johnson to moderate this week. Even if he does play, an injury to the thumb is going to limit his upside and could also lead to some drops.
Deebo SamuelSF$6300 / $7100Carlton Davis IIITBSafe
Deebo was limited to about a 55% snap share last week in his first week back from injury. He should see his participation ramp up more this week and gets a matchup against the Buccaneers who have allowed 13 touchdowns in their coverage. He gets to match up with Davis who has allowed 4 himself and has been burnt several times this season. Its a plus matchup and a fair price in DFS.
Tyler LockettSEA$6500 / $6900Ahkello WItherspoonLARSafe
Lockett was another guy I liked last week in this article and he scored a touchdown and had 23 fantasy points in a PPR. The Rams secondary grades out dead last in PFF coverage grades so you can keep the good time's rolling with Lockett this week.
Chris GodwinTB$6600 / $6500Charvarius WardSFModerate
I like Lockett better at similar pricing in DFS, but Godwin is still playable this week in a game the Buccaneers will have to throw a bunch in. Ward is a solid corner, but the targets should be there for Godwin. He has a 23% target percentage so with targets coming his way and the predictive gamescript looking like they will pass a lot, Godwin can certainly be used in season long PPR leagues.
Treylon BurksTEN$3400 / $5000Darious WilliamsJACRisky
As of Wednesday, Burks was still in the concussion protocol after missing last week's game. If he does play, he will see a bunch of Williams who has played outstanding this season and is graded 7th best cover corner by PFF. Hopkins has the better matchup on his side so even if Burks does play he will be a risky start.
Jahan DotsonWAS$5100 / $5800Adoree' JacksonNYGModerate
The back-to-back touchdown games were nice, but Dotson crashed back to Earth last week and didn't catch a single pass. The matchup is better this week against Jackson who grades as the 110th corner in coverage out of the 113 graded on PFF. Its a good spot for him to bounce back this week and he could be a good contrarian GPP player since people will be off him after last week's goose egg.

Top matchups in the slot for Week 11

Slot WR vs Slot CB
Wide ReceiverTeamDraftKings/FanDuelCornerbackOppMatchup
Amon-Ra St. BrownDET$8800 / $8900Kyler GordonCHISafe
ARSB is always a safe start in season long leagues with his 28% target share on the season. I am slightly concerned that Detroit will get up early on Chicago and just use their 2-headed monster of a backfield and not need to pass much. Ill likely look elsewhere as a pay-up GPP play but will definitely use St. Brown in leagues as always.
CeeDee LambDAL$9200 / $9200Troy HillCARSafe
It's incredible to see Dak Prescott and Lamb on a tear since the Cowboys bye week. In the 3 games since the bye, Lamb has seen at least 14 targets and has at least 11 catches in each game. He is on an absolute tear and this week gets to continue it against the 1-8 Panthers who cant seem to get anything going. We feared the blowout last week, we will embrace it this week and ride this wave.
Keenan AllenLAC$9000 / $9300Keisean NixonGBSafe
Keep an eye on the practice reports this week as Allen missed the Wednesday practice with a shoulder injury. I full expect him to play and it was likely a veteran rest day. Allen is the #2 wide receiver in fantasy points per game with over 20 points per game. Nixon is allowing an 80% reception percentage so the target monster Allen should rack up the catches once again in a plus matchup. He is one of my favorite plays of the week.
Cooper KuppLAR$8100 / $8200Devon WItherspoonSEASafe
Kupp has seen at least 7 targets in every game since his return, but has struggled since week 6. The Seattle secondary has played well for the most part, but Kupp is too good to be held down any longer and I expect him to come out of the bye fired up and ready for a big game.
Adam ThielenCAR$7500 / $7000Jourdan LewisDALSafe
Everything in Carolina absolutely stinks... except Thielen. He has seen double digit targets in 4 of his last 5 games and has been the lone bright spot in the offense. Bryce Young is struggling, but the veterans ability to get open has helped him at least have someone he can rely on when he does get the ball out. The shaky play from Young limits Thielen's upside, but his volume and target share give him a solid floor.
Christian KirkJAC$6000 / $6900Eric GarrorTENSafe
Jacksonville has struggled to get the passing game going but they get a good matchup against Tennessee who has been allowing lots of yardage to opposing receivers. Kirk leads the Jags in receptions and yards and gets a nice matchup against the undrafted rookie corner Garror.
Elijah MooreCLE$3500 / $5800Patrick PetersonPITSafe
If you are going to play anyone in Cleveland's passing game this week, this is the guy I like. He wont have to deal with Joey Porter and he also plays the slot which is where rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson should be looking for those short and intermediate passes as he is pressured by the Pittsburgh pass rush. The usage is there and the volume should be there enough to make Moore a solid play and a great DFS pay-down play.
Tyler BoydCIN$5000 / $5900Kyle HamiltonBALSafe
Boyd had an amazing 30% target share last week and doubled the amount of targets Chase had. He could have also had a touchdown to go with his 8 catches and 117 yards, but the game winner bounced off his hands in the endzone at the end of the game. Boyd will continue to see an increased workload with Higgins out, making him a safe play this week.
Noah BrownHOU$4800 / $6100Garrett WilliamsARIModerate
The usage has been up for Brown who has stepped into a bigger role with some injuries to the Texans wide receivers. He is this week's waiver wire darling and while I do believe you cant put the genie back in the bottle and he will continue to play, it will likely be over Robert Woods and he will still be fighting for targets with Collins, Dell, Schultz and the backs. He has shown his big play ability, but if Collins is back Id pump the breaks a little on Brown who is likely to be high owned in DFS since people love chasing points.
Rashee RiceKC$5300 / $5600Eli RicksPHIModerate
The Eagles are strong on the outside with a solid outside corner duo, but the rookie Ricks in the slot is their weakness. Rice runs about 60% of his routes out of the slot and is a threat to score whenever the ball is in his hands. He had the highest snap percentage of any of the Chiefs receivers in their last game so with the usage there and the matchup in his favor, Rice can certainly pay off for you in your lineups this week,

*Information gathered from research done at Pro Football Focus and from Kevin Tompkins' Target Report