Moore, Sanchez can lead you to a league championship

Looking for a sleeper to fill out your starting lineup? Well, these 10 players could be on the verge of solid stat lines. For more lineup help, check out Start 'Em & Sit 'Em and our player rankings.

Rex Grossman, QB, Redskins: It's a risk to start someone like Grossman in fantasy championship week, but a matchup against the Vikings makes him well worth a roll of the dice if you're in dire need. Minnesota's defense has surrendered the most fantasy points to opposing signal-callers this season.

Matt Moore, QB, Dolphins: Moore, who has become a legitimate fantasy option, could lead you to a league title based on this week's favorable matchup against the Patriots. The Vikings are the lone team to allow more fantasy points to quarterbacks than New England, so consider Moore during Week 16.

Kyle Orton, QB, Chiefs: Orton led the Chiefs to an amazing and unexpected win over the previously undefeated Packers last week. Now he can help lead fantasy owners to a title against the Raiders, who have surrendered 29 total touchdowns and the third-most fantasy points to opposing signal-callers.

Mark Sanchez, QB, Jets: Sanchez has developed a strange trend of posting alternating good and bad stat lines over his last eight games, and last week he put coal in your stockings. So if the trend continues against a porous Giants pass defense, Sanchez could give you the gift of a title.

Kahlil Bell, RB, Bears: Bell was fantastic last week with 16.80 fantasy points, and the expected absence of Marion Barber makes him a solid sleeper against the Packers. With Josh McCown under center, look for Bell to see plenty of opportunities both as a runner and receiver out of the backfield.

DeAngelo Williams, RB, Panthers: Williams has been more consistent in recent weeks, scoring double-digit fantasy points in four of his last five games. His success should continue against the Buccaneers, who have given up 19 total touchdowns and the most fantasy points to opposing running backs.

Malcom Floyd, WR, Chargers: Since getting back at 100 percent, Floyd has scored 15 or more fantasy points in two of his last three games. Up next is a game against the Lions in what has all the look of an absolute scoreboard scorcher, so consider Floyd a very solid No. 3 fantasy wide receiver.

Lance Moore, WR, Saints: Quietly, Moore has recorded five touchdown receptions in his last four games. That includes two in a win over the Vikings last week. Next is a Monday night date with the Falcons in what figures to be a high-scoring affair, so don't be afraid to start Moore as a third wideout.

Santana Moss, WR, Redskins: Moss has found the end zone in two straight games, and this week's matchup against the Vikings gives him a good chance to make it three in a row. Their defense has surrendered 19 scores and the third-most fantasy points to wide receivers, making Moss an attractive choice.

Demaryius Thomas WR, Broncos: Thomas has become the top option in the pass attack for Tim Tebow, who has targeted the talented wideout 33 times in the last three weeks. The Georgia Tech product will also face the Bills, who have struggled on the defensive side of the football lately.

Michael Fabiano is an award-winning fantasy football analyst on Have a burning question on anything fantasy related? Tweet it to **@Michael_Fabiano** or send a question via **Facebook**!

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