QB - Eli Manning
In last year's playoff game Eli attempted 58 passes against this San Francisco defense. He finished the game with 316 yards, 2 touchdowns, and no turnovers. The 49ers run defense is too strong which means Eli will need to throw for the Giants tow in this game.
HB - Alfred Morris
Morris is 4th in the NFL in rushing and averages 98 yards per game. Mike Shanahan will look to protect RGIII which means increased carries for Morris.
TE - Brent Celek
Celek is 2nd on the team in both receptions and targets this season. Philly will have to keep pace with the Lions' offense through the air this week. The Lions also have injuries at both safety positions which means a lot of room for Celek over the middle.
WR Miles Austin
The Ravens secondary has allowed an 80+ yard receiver in every game this season, two 100+ yard receivers in the Patriots game. Miles Austin runs the best routes on this Cowboys team and should pull down more receptions than his counterpart Dez Bryant.
HB - Ahmad Bradshaw
This is pretty easy, they're playing the Niners defense.
WR - Dez Bryant
Dez hasn't shown the ability to make adjustments on the fly and Romo is slowly losing trust in his most talented target.
HB - DeMarco Murray
Prior to last week the Ravens had been amongst the best in the NFL against the run. I see there defense making Dallas one dimensional. Plus, Murray hasn't recaptured his magic from last season.
WR - Santana Moss
Moss had an amazing wide open catch last week, it was a fluke. Don't take the risk of starting him against Minnesota's defense and their pass rush. Those long routes won't develop for the Redskins this week.
TE - Fred Davis
Davis is available in over half of fantasy leagues and can boost your TE of FLEX position in 8 & 10 team leagues. RGIII will be told to get rid of the ball quicker and that means more targets for the TEs and HBs.
WR - Rueben Randle
Randle is a dangerous pick up in 8 man leagues, but in 12 or 16 team leagues he is worth the gamble. Of all the Giants options at 3rd receiver Randle has the most staying power. He will only get more comfortable in the offense and Eli working with him prior to last week's game shows that they are building chemistry.
D - All NFC East Defenses
All four NFC East teams have brutal schedules over the next four weeks. The defenses will be tested and it's safer to pick up an AFC South or NFC West defense if available.