Are you feeling the heat? Are you feeling the pressure? Are you sweating more than Jason Giambi in a hotbox?
If your answer to these questions is no, then you've probably already secured your playoff spot in your league's fantasy football playoffs.
If your answer is yes, then you've still got some work to do.
But the good news is that I'm here to help you tweak your starting lineup to help you win this week's match-up. Interested?
Good, then read on.
Fitzpatrick has thrown for 2,226 yards and 19 touchdowns this season, despite only playing in only 9 games. In other words, he averages 250 yards passing and two touchdowns a game.
Not too shabby for a guy who's never been a full-time starter and has nobody but Lee Evans and Steve Johnson to throw to.
Minnesota's defense hasn't been especially intimidating this season, and Asher Allen is not good enough to be a starting cornerback. If Fitzpatrick just has an average game, then he'd worthy of a fantasy start.
But against the Vikings, he could go off.
The Ravens are still a pretty good defensive team, but Roethlisberger is on this list for another reason.
According to reports, Roethlisberger has a broken bone in his right foot and is questionable for Sunday's game.
He'll probably still play, but if he's not at 100 percent, then it's unlikely he'll be able to have a good game against a Baltimore team determined to win.
Plus, Roethlisberger has three games this season (he's played in seven) where he's thrown one or fewer touchdown passes. Guess he really misses Santonio Holmes.
Marion Barber will likely miss Sunday's game against the Colts, which means Felix Jones will get the bulk of the carries.
Jones does actually lead the Cowboys in both carries and rushing yards. But strangely enough, he doesn't have any rushing touchdowns.
That should change if Dallas can put any points on the board against Indianapolis.
Even the Giants coach doesn't know who the starting running back is right now.
Both Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw get touches, yards and touchdowns. But it's looking like Bradshaw is getting the bulk of the workload now.
Jacobs has five TDs on the season, but none since Week 7. Not good odds for a player who basically needs to get into the end zone to be a viable fantasy option.
The Falcons, despite their 9-2 record, have the 27th-ranked passing defense in the NFL.
That's good news for Mike Williams and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Williams has had a solid rookie season, with 45 receptions for 701 yards and six touchdowns, and is clearly QB Josh Freeman's favorite target.
Williams also had 89 receiving yards and a score the first time these two teams met.
Could he do it again?
Boldin hasn't had more than 50 yards receiving since Week 7 and only one touchdown in the last four weeks.
What are the odds he improves those numbers against a very good Steelers defense?
Not good. Sit him.
Gronkowski might be on your must-start list anyway, but if he's not, then definitely put him on it this week.
With Randy Moss gone, Darrelle Revis is likely to match up against Wes Welker, Tom Brady's favorite target. With Welker covered, Brady will have to look at his other options. That means Gronkowski will get a lot of looks.
The rookie tight end already has 25 receptions and six touchdowns on the season. If the Patriots are in the red zone, chances are good Gronkowski will be targeted.
Pettigrew is second on the team in receptions (55), yards (554) and is third in touchdowns (3).
But with Drew Stanton starting and the Chicago Bears in town, the Lions are going to be lucky to get into double digits in points.
The Arizona Cardinals have the 30th-ranked passing offense and the 31st-ranked rushing offense. They allow the second-most sacks in the NFL and commit the third-most turnovers.
It doesn't matter that the Rams don't have a particularly good defense. The Cardinals will do the work for them.
Normally, it's a no-brainer to start one of the NFL's premier defenses.
But the Patriots are the league's highest scoring offense, and Tom Brady and Bill Belichick have something to prove in this game.
Call it a hunch.