RGIII took a big step in his return from ACL injury, rushing for 77 yards against Dallas. The threat of the run should help open up the passing game for Griffin against the visiting Bears, who have allowed the fourth-most pass plays of 15-plus yards.
As for Luck, don't expect him to be a wallflower for Peyton Manning's return to Indy. The Broncos have been an elite run-stuffing unit, which should push the Colts to the air, where they should find plenty of success against a Broncos defense allowing opposing quarterbacks an average of 338 passing yards per game. It wouldn't be shocking if Luck ends up outproducing Manning in fantasy points when the dust settles on Sunday night.
Finally, Nick Foles is coming off a No. 2 fantasy QB effort in Week 6 at Tampa Bay, a place that had not been very hospitable to visiting quarterbacks up to that point. Now Foles hosts the most generous fantasy defense to opposing QBs in the Dallas Cowboys. The odds are good for another top 10 finish from Foles.