I still think you have a good shot next week. He has a lot of players that have been ify in recent weeks like Ingram, Diggs, and jennings who was trending upwards but now seems to be going back to his usual crap running back self. Tom Brady will be all right if he just goes check down dink and dunks to his RBs and TE while the WRs draw Talib and company away from the line. Plus with he way Denver's offense has been sputtering, he might get a lot more time with the offense of the field so he might not have the most quality outing but with a lot of quantity of having the ball in his hands he might make a respectable day out of it. Seattle looks bad for Gurly on paper but for whatever reason LA seems to play the Seahawks well when they meet up. With them afraid to throw that might be another quantity game that gives you a look of quality. Maybe he rushes for only 60 or 70 yards on 26 carries but gets a score with it. Atlanta is a good match up for a pass catching RB which Hyde is. If you don't like all those Pats against Den next week you can sit the weakest link out of them and try Gillislee in Flex against Cleveland who has been so bad against the run they often give up big running days to both the starting and 3rd down/passing backs in many games. Just don't worry too much about the default projections cause if you do that'll talk you out of taking risks like that. Sort of the way I left Tyreek Hill on my bench for a 29 and 39 point week this season in my money league cause I was too concerned about projections and more well known names starting. I wanted to start him both times but couldn't bring myself to bench a Landry or Moncrief with higher projections for him so I paid the price.