Dak Prescott (ESPN ownership 42.4%)
Is it time to start respecting Dak Prescott as a fantasy player? He has scored over 20 fantasy points 3 of the last 4 weeks and faces a great matchup against Atlanta. The addition of Amari Cooper really opened up the passing game for Dak. On the other side, the Falcons have only had two games all season where they allowed less than 20 points to an opposing QB so this weekend is a slam dunk for Dak. He should easily be a top 10 performer.
Eli Manning (ESPN ownership 16.1%)
This might be the last year of seeing Eli Manning playing quarterback in the NFL that doesn’t mean he can’t perform with a great matchup. The Bucs have given up a ton of points to opposing quarterbacks with them averaging 24.1 fantasy points per game. In a game with minimal defense, it should be a solid performance for Eli.
Marcus Mariota (ESPN ownership 21.7%)
Similar to Dak, Marcus Mariota is heating up with back to back games over 20 fantasy points. Mariota spent much of the year battling injuries is finally doing what we expected. This week he faces another good matchup against Colts. Trying to hang with Luck should force the offense to run thru Matiota making him a nice fantasy option.
Ricky Seals-Jones (ESPN ownership 25.8%)
Ricky Seals-Jones has underperformed all season but he’s seeing targets. Seals-Jones ranks 10th out of tight ends in targets yet has only hit double-digit fantasy points three times this season. With an improving offense under new offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich and a great matchup against the Oakland, Seals-Jones will show the talent we’ve been waiting to see. The Raiders are one of the worst defenses overall in the league and have made everyone look good, this game screams breakout.
Jeff Heuerman (ESPN ownership 55.0%)
Jeff Heuerman is coming off the best game of his career before the bye week where he caught 10 balls for 83 yards and a touchdown. With the departure of Demaryius Thomas it really opens up targets for the offense and Heuerman could be one of the biggest benefactors. While the Chargers are a middle of the pack defense against guarding the tight end the return of Joey Bosa could force Keenum to dump off quickly keeping Heuerman’s targets up
Mark Andrews (ESPN ownership 2.0)
The Ravens tight end position is a mess with a rotation of a lot of different guys this season. The one who’s stood out though has been rookie Mark Andrews. Andrews has been one of their top targets the last three weeks and with Lamar Jackson possibly taking the reins this should go up. The two rookies had chemistry all during camp which should spill over into a fantastic matchup against the Bengals (30th against the TE).
Falcons (ESPN ownership 12.6%)
While Dak is a streaming option this week the Cowboys offense overall has still been fairly amebic this season which opens up the chance for the Falcons as a streaming option. The Falcons pass rushers are athletic and still get to the quarterback and the Cowboys have given up 13 sacks in the last three weeks.
Colts (ESPN ownership 20.9%)
In a tough week to stream, the Colts stand out as a last-ditch option. The Titans offense while its played better recently is far from dynamic not putting up a ton of points this year. The Colts defense is young and takes chances which could force some turnovers in this matchup.
Cardinals (ESPN ownership 15.5%)
If the Cardinals are available in your league still they are the top streaming option this week. The Raiders offense has been abysmal and given up a ton of fantasy points every week. This week the Cardinals defense has the chance to have a huge week.