Once again it is that time of the week where many fantasy football owners are having difficulty selecting their lineups. With another week on the horizon, more problems are piling up for the majority of fantasy owners.
However, all 32 teams are playing this week as all teams have gone through their bye week. That means all players are available to play this week, which gives a lot of fantasy owners more problems when selecting our lineups.
Here are five players that are due to have great performances this week.
It is no secret that Dez Bryant has struggled these past few weeks. He has failed to produce points and has only caught one touchdown in the last month.
I believe Dez will be able to turn it around this week. The injury to Miles Austin may just be the catalyst for Dez Bryant's performance to rise. With Austin out, he will be targeted more by Tony Romo, which means one thing: more fantasy points.
Dez is one of the most talented receivers in football, which is why he will have break out performance this week.
Other than Jimmy Graham, Darren Sproles has been one of the only constant performers in the Saints offense.
Sproles always has that ability to break out and go the distance. This ability has made him the most consistent performer in this Saint's offense.
This week he goes against the Atlanta Falcons, who have a pretty decent run defense. However, with his ability to be a double threat in the offense, Darren Sproles is a must start for every week.
Beanie has been one of the most surprising players in fantasy football this year. He has been very consistent and I consider him to be one of the top RBs this season.
However, he has been struggling with a knee injury and he didn't look good against the St. Louis Rams last week because of his knee.
This week he goes against the Philadelphia Eagles, who are one of the worst run defenses in football. This matchup is pointing in Wells' favor.
Even though his knee isn't getting any better, Beanie Wells is a smart start this week.
Whenever he plays the Minnesota Vikings, Greg Jennings has showed a great display against the Vikings' secondary.
In the last two years against Minnesota, Jennings has amassed 27 catches for 454 yards and six TDs. He has been an obvious favorite target for Aaron Rodgers when the Packers play their arch-rival Vikings.
With all this evidence in Jennings' favor, he is an obvious must-start this week.
Eli Manning created some noise this summer putting himself in the same class with Tom Brady in a radio interview. Many people believed that Eil was off his rocker as he considered himself as an elite quarterback.
With his performance at Foxborough last week, Eli has shown many that he is in fact an elite quarterback.
It is now time to take Eli Manning seriously as a must start player on your fantasy team.
Manning goes against a 49ers team that is rated 22nd in pass defense this season. And with the returns of Hakeem Nicks and Ahmad Bradshaw this week, Eli Manning is the right choice to start this week.
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