Looking for some last-minute fantasy help for Week 9? Here are 20 “matchup contrasts” to consider. A matchup contrast is one player/team performing well in a particular area, and they are matched up this week against an opponent who has a weakness in that same area (or vice versa).

Antonio Brown has scored 13.0 fantasy points per game this season (NFL Rank: fourth best among WRs). He will face a Baltimore defense that has allowed 18.3 points to its opponent’s top scoring WR each game this season — worst in the league (League Avg: 12.5).

Le’Veon Bell has averaged 6.4 yards per carry on rushes to the left side of the field ranking 1st since 2015. Pittsburgh will face Baltimore, which allowed 6.2 YPC when defending on plays to the left (NFL Rank: 30th of 32).

Jason Witten has been targeted 150 times since 2015 (NFL Rank: 5th among TEs). Dallas will face Cleveland, who has allowed 578 receiving yards to TEs this season (NFL Rank: 30th of 32).

Kyle Rudolph has been targeted 18 times in the Red Zone since 2015 (NFL Rank: 11th among TEs). Minnesota will face Detroit, who has allowed 7 receiving touchdowns to TEs in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: most among teams).

Kelvin Benjamin has 4 receiving touchdowns in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: 3rd among WRs). Carolina will face Los Angeles, who has allowed 7 receiving touchdowns in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: 28th of 32).

Kenny Britt has averaged 17.6 yards per reception since 2015 — best among qualified WRs. Carolina has allowed 14.2 yards per reception to WRs this season (NFL Rank: fifth worst among teams).

Christine Michael has 18 rushing attempts in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: 11th among RBs). Seattle will face Buffalo, who has allowed 8 rushing touchdowns in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: 29th of 32).

DeAndre Washington has rushed for 10 or more yards on just 3.4% of his carries over the last four weeks — fifth worst among qualified RBs. Denver has allowed 10+ yards on just 7.0% of carries this season (NFL Rank: fourth best among teams; League Avg: 10.4%).

Theo Riddick has been targeted 43 times this season (NFL Rank: 3rd among RBs). Detroit will face Minnesota, who has allowed 366 receiving yards to RBs this season (NFL Rank: 26th of 32).

The Green Bay Packers have attempted 143 passes from the shotgun over the last four weeks (NFL Rank: most in the league). Green Bay will face Indianapolis, which has allowed 7.7 yards per attempt against the shotgun this season (NFL Rank: 26th of 32).

Quincy Enunwa has scored 9.5 fantasy points per game over the last four weeks (NFL Rank: 24th best among WRs). He will face a Miami defense that has allowed 16.2 points to its opponent’s top scoring WR each game this season — fourth worst in the league (League Avg: 12.5).

Dez Bryant has scored 9.6 fantasy points per game this season (NFL Rank: 20th best among WRs). He will face a Cleveland defense that has allowed 15.8 points to its opponent’s top scoring WR each game this season — sixth worst in the league (League Avg: 12.5).

T.Y. Hilton has averaged 15.4 yards per reception this season — eighth best among qualified WRs. Green Bay has allowed 14.5 yards per reception to WRs this season (NFL Rank: fourth worst among teams).

Mark Ingram has 47 rushing attempts in the Red Zone since 2015 (NFL Rank: 14th among RBs). New Orleans will face San Francisco, who has allowed 7 rushing touchdowns in the Red Zone this season (NFL Rank: 26th of 32).

Isaiah Crowell (CLE) has rushed for 10 or more yards on 15.2% of his carries this season — seventh best among qualified RBs. Dallas has allowed 10+ yards on 13.3% of carries this season (NFL Rank: sixth worst among teams; League Avg: 10.4%).

Cameron Brate has been targeted 36 times this season (NFL Rank: 18th among TEs). Tampa Bay will face Atlanta, who has allowed 492 receiving yards to TEs this season (NFL Rank: 27th of 32).

The Dallas Cowboys have averaged 4.9 yards per carry on rushes to the right side of the field ranking 6th since 2015. Dallas will face Cleveland, which allowed 5.3 YPC when defending on plays to the right (NFL Rank: 26th of 32).

The Oakland Raiders have attempted 746 passes from the shotgun since 2015 (NFL Rank: 5th most in the league). Oakland will face Denver, which has allowed just 5.8 yards per attempt against the shotgun this season (NFL Rank: 2nd of 32).

The Detroit Lions have attempted 794 passes from the shotgun since 2015 (NFL Rank: 2nd most in the league). Detroit will face Minnesota, which has allowed just 5.9 yards per pass attempt against the shotgun this season (NFL Rank: 3rd of 32).

DeMarco Murray has been targeted 36 times this season (NFL Rank: 7th among RBs). Tennessee will face San Diego, who have allowed 493 receiving yards to RBs this season (NFL Rank: 32nd of 32).

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