Start 'em if you got 'em
QB Russell Wilson. He looked human last week against the 49ers, but even with a coast-to-coast trip to New Jersey, he should be able to exploit the Giants so-so secondary and he's mobile enough to escape a pass rush that has been better in recent weeks.
RB Alfred Morris. The 'Skins running game hasn't been great lately, but a favorable match-up against the Atlanta Falcons and with Kirk Cousins starting, expect Washington to lean on the ground attack, giving Morris plenty of carries. Opportunity and a plus match-up, not to mention a very talented runner, is exactly what you want in the fantasy playoffs.
RB Andre Brown. Don't fear the match-up with the Seahawks. Power backs like Brown have been able to run on them, especially when Seattle is traveling. Brown will likely be the lone bright spot on the Giants offense.
RB Zac Stacy. The Rams rookie runner continues to grind out yards, and as improved as the Saints have been on defense, stopping the run still isn't a bright spot for them, giving up 4.4 yards per carry. Feel free to roll with Stacy.
WR Roddy White. He's back. After struggling most of the season with injuries, Roddy White has been putting up Roddy White type numbers the last few weeks.
Add to that a Washington defense/team that's in disarray and he should pay off nicely for those who have been patient with the Hot Rod and still made it to the playoffs.
WR Julian Edelman. Right now, he's on fire, and subtracting Rob Gronkowski from the mix should mean Tom Brady will look Edelman's way even more frequently. The only Patriots player who will likely get as many catches or targets is running back Shane Vereen.WR Riley Cooper. I'm going to keep beating this drum. Last week, the snow and a running game that couldn't be stopped held him in check (he still snagged 3 for 74 yards) against a bad Detroit secondary. This week, he's in a dome against Minnesota. Yes, please.TE Jordan Cameron. Don't be a dummy like I was last week and put him on your bench. It cost me a playoff match-up. With teams focused on trying to stop Josh Gordon (they can't) it's apparently opening things back up for Cameron. Chicago struggles big time on defense and won't have an answer for Gordon or Cameron.Scale 'em back
QB Jay Cutler. He's starting this week, but after Josh McCown has performed admirably all season and Cutler's impending status as a free agent, if he struggles at all against the Cleveland Browns, don't be shocked if he's pulled in favor of McCown, who is coming off a career game. I'd be hesitant to start Cutler this week.
RB C.J. Spiller. Perhaps you've been sitting on Spiller for weeks, eyeing a juicy match-up with the Jacksonville Jags in Week 15 and ready to unleash him on your unsuspecting opponent. Not so fast, slugger, these aren't the same Jags from the beginning of the season. Their coaching staff apparently decided to teach them how to play run defense during the bye week, and they've been solid ever since. They haven't allowed a TD from more than 5 yards out since then and Spiller hasn't proven trustworthy. I can't start him unless I'm a major underdog and don't have much choice otherwise.
RB Ray Rice. Don't be fooled by what LeSean McCoy did against them last week in the snow. Rice has been useful as of late, but minus that explosion from McCoy, the Lions have been rock-solid against the run. And they don't have to worry about the elements this week, back playing in the cozy confines of Ford Field Monday night.