Colin Kaepernick, QB, San Francisco 49ers. While I don't like Kaepernick's personal choices on how to communicate his personal views, I do like him as a potential fantasy streamer at quarterback. His talent in the run game gives him added value for your team. He's worth a spot start as needed, as long as he stays healthy.
Jared Goff, QB, LA Rams. I think Goff could put together at least middle of the pack numbers for the Rams this week, but there's the potential for even more upside against the Dolphins. He's a risky start, but he could pay off nicely for you this week. Well worth a roll of the dice if you need an option.
Kenneth Dixon, RB, Baltimore Ravens. Dixon was one of the top RBs in this year's draft class and should continue to put up useable numbers as he acclimatizes to the NFL. He's a player on the rise.
Derrick Henry, RB, Tennessee Titans. If Henry is available in your league, now is the time to snag him. The Titans offense is on the rise and he should see more looks as the year goes on.
Rob Kelley, RB, Washington Redskins. As of now, Kelley appears to have taken the top role in the Redskins backfield and should be owned accordingly. Well worth a grab if he's available.
Bilal Powell, RB, New York Jets. Every week, Powell gets no respect, but every week, he puts up respectable stats. If you need a fill-in or a flex guy, Powell is always worth a look. He's never flashy but he generally won't put up a complete dud either.
CJ Prosise, RB, Seattle Seahawks. Prosise looked great in the passing game, and that should give him value even if/when Thomas Rawls returns (note, Rawls is also a guy you could stash right now especially if you have room on your roster). He should be owned in most formats.
Jeremy Kerley, WR, San Francisco 49ers. I'm not a Kaepernick fan at all, but that won't stop me from praising Jeremy Kerley here. He had another huge game this week, and in PPR formats, he's well worth a risk-reward start. Sometimes he won't do much, but other weeks he'll put up 20 points. Worth a look.
Rishard Matthews, WR, Tennessee Titans. The Titans offense has finally found its stride. If you haven't bought in yet and Matthews or Wright are still on the waiver wire, go get them. NOW.
Sammy Watkins, WR, Buffalo Bills. If you're in a small league, Watkins' owner may have dropped him because of his injury. Now is the time to snag him in case he returns from IR if you have room.
Kendall Wright, WR, Tennessee Titans. As I said with Rishard Matthews, the Titans are finally rolling on all cylinders. Go get Wright especially in PPR leagues. You won't regret it.
Martellus Bennett, TE, New England Patriots. If Gronk doesn't play this week, then Bennett becomes a must start at the position.
Jack Doyle, TE, Indianapolis Colts. Doyle has emerged as a key cog in the Colts offense this year. He's worth a grab in all formats if he is somehow available on waivers.
Eric Ebron, TE, Detroit Lions. Ebron is quietly putting together a solid year. He should be a top ten option at the position this week. He also might be on waivers in your league. Take a look.
C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Houston Texans. The Raiders have gotten better at covering tight ends since last season, but Fiedorowicz could still be in line for a big game. He's worth a look if you need some help at the position.
Detroit Lions D/ST. The Jaguars are giving up a lot of turnovers right now, which is good for opposing fantasy defenses. If you need a streamer with high upside, this unit is worth a shot.
Pittsburgh Steelers D/ST. This week the Steelers play the Cleveland Browns. Enjoy.