by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor)
We’ve already discussed the top streaming options for the coming week (click here to view), but how do they stack up? Who is the best option and who should we be avoiding? Let’s take a look at our rankings for the coming week
- Carolina Panthers – vs. New York Jets
- Kansas City Chiefs – at Oakland
- Seattle Seahawks – at New York Giants
- Arizona Cardinals – at Tennessee
- San Francisco 49ers – at Tampa Bay
- Buffalo Bills – at Jacksonville
- Chicago Bears – at Cleveland
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers – vs. San Francisco
- New England Patriots – at Miami
- Cincinnati Bengals – at Pittsburgh
- New Orleans Saints – at St. Louis
- Indianapolis Colts – vs. Houston
- Denver Broncos – vs. San Diego
- Philadelphia Eagles – at Minnesota
- Jacksonville Jaguars – vs. Buffalo
- Buffalo’s defense has actually been playing well lately (11 sacks, 5 interceptions, 2 fumble recoveries over the past four weeks) and now draws the potentially anemic Jaguars offense. What’s not to like?!
- Chicago’s problem has been an inability to stop opposing running backs (2,082 total yards and 15 TD allowed), but lucky for them the Browns don’t offer a running back that is going to scare you. Willis McGahee? Chris Ogbonnaya? The matchup certainly helps the Bears and puts them as one of the better options in the league.
- The Dolphins have allowed a league high 48 sacks. The first time they met the Patriots Ryan Tannehill was sacked 6 times, while he also threw 2 INT and lost a fumble. The matchup definitely appears to be in their favor and they are worth a play as a low-end option.