You've made it to the championship game (or consolation for 3rd place), congratulations! This week, it's (of course) very important to get it right, so make sure you stop by our Injury report to see who won't be playing this week, and our Waiver Wire Pickups to see who needs to take their place. Good luck in week 16!
If you're still struggling to fill in for Andy Dalton, check and see if Eli Manning is an option. His matchup this week is going to be easier going than last week's game against Carolina, and he still put up good numbers there.
Matt Stafford is a very risky QB1 play (I'd save him for 2 QB leagues), partly due to the disappearance of his star wide-out Calvin Johnson. The last two games have seen just two receptions for Megatron, and that's the boost that Stafford is missing from moving into top 10 territory.
Danny Woodhead is coming off of a huge week, and now sits alone atop the depth chart in San Diego. Coming off of a short week, he's one of the few truly healthy offensive weapons for the Chargers. Look for him to get a lot of touches this week, he's an RB2.
Alfred Blue, despite nice words from his coach and a 100+ yard performance last week, is a candidate to spend the week on your bench. Going up against Tennessee, a team that has a solid running defense, Blue will likely struggle. His previous performance against them of a whopping 7.2 points doesn't instill a lot of confidence.
Travis Benjamin, now free of the Seattle defense, should be able to reconnect with his buddy Johnny Football. The KC defense has stiffened up a bit in past weeks, but they're still not immune to giving up big games. Benjamin will be on the upside of his WR3 tag this week.
Tyler Lockett has had a good run, but one of the few teams that gives up fewer points to opposing WR's (other than the Seahawks) is St. Louis. Lockett's yardage numbers are never gaudy, and he's very touchdown dependent. Consider your other options this week and loose elsewhere in a game that could wind up being rather low scoring.