1. Cooper Kupp LAR vs. SEA
2. Devante Adams GB at BAL
3. Tyreek Hill KC at LAC
4. Justin Jefferson MIN at CHI
5. Deebo Samuel SF vs. ATL
6. CeeDee Lamb DAL at NYG
7. Ja'Marr Chase CIN at DEN
8. Chris Godwin TB vs. NO
9. Mike Evans TB vs. NO
10. Stefon Diggs BUF vs. CAR
11. Diontae Johnson PIT vs. TEN
12. Keenan Allen LAC vs. KC
13. Mike Williams LAC vs. KC
14. Amari Cooper DAL at NYG
15. Tyler Lockett SEA at LAR
16. Hunter Renfrow LV at CLE
17. Jaylen Waddle MIA vs. NYJ
18. Marquise Brown BAL vs. GB
19. Tee Higgins CIN at DEN
20. DK Metcalf SEA at LAR
21. Brandin Cooks HOU at JAX
22. Van Jefferson LAR vs. SEA
23. Michael Pittman IND vs. NE
24. DJ Moore CAR at BUF
25. Julio Jones TEN at PIT
26. Devonta Smith PHI vs. WAS
27. Terry McLaurin WAS at PHI
28. Jarvis Landry CLE vs. LV
29. DeAndre Hopkins ARI at DET
30. Darnell Mooney CHI vs. MIN
31. Jerry Jeudy DEN vs. CIN
32. Chase Claypool PIT vs. TEN


Cooper Kupp leads all creation with 150 targets this season, 113 catches, 1,489 yards, and 12 TDs. This week, the fun continues as he faces a Seattle Seahawks defense that is 28th against the pass and 9th against the run. Both he and Van Jefferson should be great plays this week, especially as the passing targets consolidate a bit more with Odell Beckham, Jr.  on the COVID list. 

Devante Adams will face a Baltimore Ravens team that is 26th against the pass and fourth against the run, funneling passes and mayhem his way for the entirety of the game. Good times! 

The Atlanta Falcons defense is ranked 29th against the pass and 23rd against the run, meaning the San Francisco 49ers could beat them either way. Fortunately, Deebo Samuel can beat the either way, as Samuel got eight carries last week against the Bengals. 

Despite the excellence of rookie running back Najee Harris, the Pittsburgh Steelers can’t run the ball efficiently, ranking in the bottom five in both adjusted line yards, and overall rushing efficiency. Dionte Johnson has become the main focus of moving the football, garnering double digits targets in all but two games this season. This week he gets a balanced Titans defense, which should not limit Johnson’s regular usage at all. 

The Dolphins win the Week 15 lottery of “who gets to play the Jets” and while the Jets are bad against both the run and pass, the Dolphins have not been able to run the ball well against anybody, leaving Jaylen Waddle in a great place to add to his impressive rookie season. 

Urban Meyer is now gone from Jacksonville, but the weak roster remains. The defense, however, has been alright against the run this season, ranking 13th, but they are an abysmal 31st against the pass, leaving the Texans in an opportunistic position to take advantage. Leading the way, as he has all season, is Brandin Cooks. 

A flex play this week could be Eagles WR Devonta Smith, who gets a much-maligned Washington pass defense that ranks 27th in the league. While the Eagles would rather run the ball, Washington is 7th ranked against the run, moving the strategy to the air for Philadelphia. 


Jason Walker