Start 'em if you got 'em
QB Kirk Cousins. The Dallas Cowboys defense is atrocious. Josh McCown and Matt Flynn have destroyed them each of the past two weeks. Cousins is better than both of them. Peyton Manning, Nick Foles, Drew Brees and Matt Stafford owners are the only ones who shouldn't at least consider Cousins.
QB Andy Dalton. Minnesota's pass defense rivals Dallas' when it comes to ineptitude. Dalton can be streaky, but he's generally good at home, especially against plus match-ups like this one.
RB Ryan Mathews. He's gotten a ton of work the past two games and is playing well. There is no reason to believe his volume will go down against Oakland, or that the Raiders will be able to stop him, so fire him up again this week.
RB Giovani Bernard. Gio's had a few duds, but he's got a gem of a match-up against Minnesota and the Bengals are giving him goal line carries as well lately. It sets up for one of his better games of the year at the right time.
WR Torrey Smith. After a few disappointing outings, Smith should get more looks against the Patriots, who are getting torched by opposing No. 1 WRs recently, and he's got a track record of torching the Pats.
WR Julian Edelman. The Patriots offense might be struggling in real life, but in fantasy, business is booming for a guy like Edelman, who Brady is practically forcing the ball to because of his lack of weapons elsewhere. Danny Amendola is an above average start as well.
WR Rod Streater. He wasn't so hot last week, but he's getting a ton of looks with Matt McGloin at quarterback and had a nice game the last time he faced the Chargers.
TE Delanie Walker. Following an 8 for 53 and a touchdown performance against Arizona, he's a TE1 again this week facing the second-worst defense against fantasy TEs, Jacksonville.