Week 7 of the NFL and fantasy football season is here and as always, we have this week's studs, duds and sleepers.
Make sure to use USA TODAY Sports' rankings to help as well, and good luck!
QB Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams
He hasn't been a stud in every game this season - see last week - but against a 49ers defense giving up the eighth-most passing yards per game, he should feast.
RB Tarik Cohen, Chicago Bears
His usage has gone up and Jordan Howard's has faded slightly. And if the defense can't contain Tom Brady, Mitchell Trubisky will have to throw to the dynamic running back who's caught 14 passes in the last two weeks.
WR Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati Bengals
The Chiefs are a sieve, and Boyd continues to be a serious breakout star in his third season.
TE Austin Hooper, Atlanta Falcons
He's received 22 targets in his last two contests against the Bucs and Steelers, both of whom are vulnerable against tight ends. Although the Giants only give up 10.1 TE ppg per ESPN, Hooper might continue to dominate if Mohamed Sanu and/or Calvin Ridley miss Monday Night Football.
QB Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans
Ignore the Jaguars getting gashed last week by the Cowboys. They're still an elite defense and you can't put your faith in Watson, who didn't look 100 percent healthy last week.
RB Alex Collins, Baltimore Ravens
Hey, do you know who owns the best rushing defense in the NFL with just 71.4 yards allowed per game? It's the Saints. Although Collins bounced back from a slow start last week, this is not the time to start him.
WR Corey Davis, Tennessee Titans
I know: He's one of my buy-low candidates to trade for. And while that's still true, he'll be up against the Chargers' Casey Hayward, which could lead to another frustrating week.
TE Jordan Reed, Washington Redskins
He hasn't exactly been the Travis Kelce to Alex Smith in Washington, and the Cowboys defense has proven to be solid. As I've said for a couple of weeks, there's no way you can bench any big-name tight end right now, but dial back your expectations here.
QB Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns
He's thrown four touchdowns and five interceptions thus far. But now he gets to pick apart the extremely vulnerable Buccaneers secondary. He could be a borderline QB1 this week.
RB Royce Freeman, Denver Broncos
The big rookie hasn't done much in his past two games, turning into a touchdown-dependent back while Phillip Lindsay takes up most of the work. But now, Freeman gets to face the Cardinals' pitiful rushing defense on a Thursday night. Hmm.
WR John Brown, Baltimore Ravens
Let's assume Michael Crabtree gets shadowed by Marshon Lattimore. That might give Brown an opportunity to shine in a higher scoring game despite a couple of recent dud games.
TE Ricky Seals-Jones, Arizona Cardinals
Denver isn't that great defending opposing tight ends and Seals-Jones comes off an impressive 69-yard week against the Vikings. An intriguing name to plug into the shallow tight end position.