Meanwhile, this turned out to be the perfect round to play the cocky owner who felt invincible with Peyton Manning at the helm. While 289 yards, two TDs and an interception isn't exactly a disastrous outing, it was certainly less than Peytonesque.
In fact, it was a great week to face pretty much any Bronco, unless you were savvy enough to snag Andre Caldwell, who stole the limelight as understudy to Wes Welker (concussion). Owners who owe a significant debt to Knowshon Moreno, Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker or Julius Thomas for propelling them into the postseason may be on the outside looking in now.
Let that be a lesson to you swaggering Charles owners. Circumstances can change in a hurry in Fantasyland. I, for one, am not intimidated by my next weekend's matchup. I'll be bringing a certain Shady McCoy with me to the Big Dance on Sunday night. His opponent: Chicago's league-worst run defense.
Here's a look at one player worth considering for your postseason run, and another who would look better in your opponent's lineup.
Catch him while you can
Kirk Cousins, QB, Redskins. If you've made it this far, you likely aren't in the market for a quarterback. That said, after Cousins' strong outing in Atlanta, it might be tempting to slot him in - especially in two-QB leagues - for his Week 16 home game against the Cowboys. You might have noticed that Dallas is what we in the biz call a "favorable" matchup. To put it mildly.
Don't be fooled
Matt Asiata, RB, Vikings. If you scooped him up, and actually had the guts to start him on Sunday, kudos for you. Now you can thank him and say goodbye. Adrian Peterson is expected to return in Week 16, sending Asiata back to the sideline.