Matt Barkley, QB, Chicago Bears. In a deep or 2 QB league? Give Barkley a shot this week. He's been surprisingly decent for Chicago so far this year, and could put enough fantasy points on the board against the Redskins to be worth a starting role for your team if you're in an extremely deep league.
Matt Moore, QB, Miami Dolphins. Anyone else notice the big game that Moore put up against the Jets? If he can provide another performance of similar caliber this week, he's starter-worthy. As a career backup, note that this is a gamble of course.
Tom Savage, QB, Houston Texans. Savage looked surprisingly good for the Texans in week 15. The Bengals are hit or miss as far as facing opposing quarterbacks, but Savage could put up a nice game against them. Worth a shot if you're desperate for a QB2, or more after he led the Texans to a win against one of the best passing defenses in the NFL.
Dion Lewis, RB, New England Patriots. Did anyone else see Dion Lewis' big day for the Patriots? While he may not be the answer every week (or even this week) in the Patriots backfield, Bill Belichick could rely on him heavily again this week. If you need to fill one last spot on your roster, Lewis could be worth a look.
Adrian Peterson, RB, Minnesota Vikings. I don't know what AP has left in the tank; we could be witnessing the end of a Hall of Fame career right now. That being said, if you're needy at RB, he could still be floating around on waivers after a rough 22 yard 1 fumble game in his first action since his injury. Take a look and if you want to gamble, give him a shot.
Ty Montgomery, RB/WR, Green Bay Packers. Montgomery had a huge game in week 15. Will that continue in week 16? There are no guarantees this late in the year, but Montgomery is one of the best under-owned options out there, especially as a flex play.
Robby Anderson, WR, New York Jets. Anderson has been on a hot streak lately, and has a good relationship with Jets quarterback Bryce Petty. If you need a desperation option at WR, Anderson has been consistent as of late and could help you win a title.
AJ Green, WR, Cincinnati Bengals. Green should be back in the Cincinnati Bengals lineup in week 16. If he's available on waivers, give him a look and get him into your lineup if he's healthy.
Alshonn Jeffery, WR, Chicago Bears. Jeffery got cut in your league because of his suspension and nobody picked him up? Go get him, plug him in, and ride him to a win!
Tyler Lockette, WR, Seattle Seahawks. Lockette is extremely big play dependent, but could be an intriguing spot start against a Cardinals team who has been struggling as of late. You'll need a big play or two out of him for starting him to pay off, but if you're in a gambling mood, he could be worth it.
Ryan Griffin, TE, Houston Texans. Griffin had a great game for the Texans in week 15. If he draws the start this week due to Fiedorowicz's injury, he has a great matchup against a Bengals defense that is terrible against TEs.
San Diego Chargers D/ST. The Chargers face the Cleveland Browns this week, and if you're desperate for a D/ST unit this week, the Chargers could be worth a look.
Tennessee Titans D/ST. This week the Titans get to face the Jaguars. This unit has shown lots of potential at times, and the Jaguars are a team in transition after firing head coach Gus Bradley. Start the Titans D/ST this week and enjoy.