As much as we hate to say it, there is only one week remaining in the NFL regular season.
We've enjoyed doing our homework in order to fortify your fantasy football lineup, week in and week out. So, with much ado, here is one last helping of suggested "starts" for this weekend's games.
Bradford's spectacular season is coming to a close, but he still has one more show to put on. The Rams are in a "win and we're in" situation, and are looking to clinch a postseason berth in front of a national audience on Sunday Night Football.
The Rams passing offense has a favorable matchup against the Seahawks' secondary, which ranks No. 29 in the NFL giving up 257.1 yards per game.
With QB Matt Hasselbeck likely out for Sunday's matchup, we look for a lot of short fields for the Rams, and Bradford being the benefactor.
It's safe to say Mendenhall has cemented himself as Steelers' workhorse in the backfield; he's carried the ball 131 times in their last six games.
This week, he will be looking to attack the Browns weak defensive front which ranks No. 26 against the rush, giving up 131.3 yards per game.
When he faced Cleveland earlier in the season, he carried the ball 27 times for 84 yards and a touchdown. Start him.
That never happened.
Last week, Lloyd roasted the Texans' secondary, catching 5 balls for 110 yards. We expect more of the same this week, as he faces a Chargers' defense that somehow made QB Carson Palmer look good (269 passing yards, completing 76 percent of his passes).
Lloyd has had a tremendous fantasy football season, we expect him to end it on a high note.