4. Treylon Burks, WR, Tennessee Titans at Philadelphia Eagles

There’s a lot of Burks owners who think they’ve got the next big thing but I assure you, the rookie is still a matchup play at best. This week he’s been battling an illness but we don’t expect that to slow him down, or at least not as much as Darius Slay and the Eagles’ secondary which has been very good at defending the pass. Their 183.6 passing yards allowed is the second-lowest average in the league, next to the Cowboys. 139.5 of that average (76 percent) has been surrendered to wide receivers, which seems like a lot, but only five defenses have held their opposing wide receiver groups to less. That’s as deadly a matchup as they come for opposing wideouts. Besides, this is a matchup where it’s tailor made for a Derrick Henry heavy gameplay.