Jordy Nelson (START): Nelson is one of fantasy’s most reliable performers on a weekly basis. Expect him to have another solid outing this week, even in a tough matchup. Jordy posted 73 yards and a touchdown versus Minnesota in Week 2, and is playing at a much higher level than earlier in the year.
Davante Adams (START): If you survived Adams’ Week 15 dud, I can understand why you’d struggle to trust him this week. But bear in mind Adams dropped two easy catches in the end zone last week. As frustrating as it may be, it happens. Expect a better performance versus Minnesota.
Randall Cobb (SIT): If you played Cobb last week, I’m shocked you survived his playoff bagel. Cobb hasn’t posted double digit fantasy points since Week 7. He can’t be started.
Stefon Diggs (FLEX): Diggs’ fantasy production has dipped of late, but this could be the day he gets it going. I like the fact he’s had at least five targets in every game this season, with at least seven targets in five of his past seven games.
Diggs dominated the Packers in Week 2 with 182 yards and a touchdown. Consider him a low-end flex play with upside.