Based on FanDuel's $60,000 salary, here's the lineup I'll be playing this week. Feel free to drop your lineups and reasons why in the comments section below:
Redskins QB Robert Griffin III ($7,400): Washington gets to go against the second-worst secondary in the NFL in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ravens fans saw what Joe Flacco did against them. RG3 should be in for a big statistical game.
49ers RB Frank Gore ($7,000): Gore ran angry a week ago, though he did his damage in the first half en route to 81 yards and a touchdown. This week, though, he gets a Giants defense that ranks dead last in rushing defense. The Giants have also surrendered 13 rushing touchdowns, which ties for last with Atlanta and Carolina.
Chargers RB Ryan Mathews ($6,200): Mathews has been fully participating in practice this week and appears ready to make his return to the football field. Oh, and he gets to go against a Raiders defense that is sixth-worst against the run. Mathews figures to be the lead back and get most of the work on first and second down. Expected to get around 15 touches, he should do enough to make this play pay off.
Lions WR Calvin Johnson ($9,000): For starters, you can't go wrong with Megatron. But the Lions get a Cardinals defense that has been surprisingly prone to the deep ball this year, even with Patrick Peterson in coverage. The Cardinals have given up 274.2 yards through the air per game. Johnson should be in for a big day.
Steelers WR Martavis Bryant ($7,000): Since being activated for Pittsburgh's Oct. 20 game against Houston, Bryant has caught at least one touchdown per game. Not only that, he's hauled in 14 receptions for 310 yards and six touchdowns in a span of four games. The Titans moved up to the 22nd worst defense after the Ravens failed to exploit their secondary a week ago. The Steelers should be able to air the ball out and Bryant should factor in that plan.
Browns WR Andrew Hawkins ($5,300): All signs point to Hawkins being able to play this week against the Texans, making this play a sneaky but effective one based on the price tag. Even though Brian Hoyer operates in more of a game manager mode, Cleveland will want to pass on a Houston secondary that's surrendered 273.8 yards through the air per game.
Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski ($8,100): Since Gronkowski has returned to 100 percent health, the Patriots have been almost impossible to stop. He has 663 yards and eight touchdowns this year and should be able to add to that this week against the Colts.
San Diego Chargers defense ($5,300): Whenever possible, pick a defense playing the Raiders or Jaguars. The Chargers are playing the Raiders.