Each week, we take a look at five last-minute additions for your fantasy team heading into Sunday.
Driskel is one of five expected replacement starters in Week 13, joining Chase Daniel, Colt McCoy, Cody Kessler, and Lamar Jackson.
Of those five, Driskel may have the best offensive pieces with which to work. A.J. Green was removed from the injury report Friday, Tyler Boyd's coming off a seven-catch game against the Cleveland Browns, and running back Joe Mixon will keep the defense honest.
The Broncos pose a formidable matchup as they rank 18th in fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks, but Driskel will have home-field advantage. The 25-year-old passed for 155 yards and a touchdown on 17 attempts last week after replacing Andy Dalton against the Browns.
Brown could see an above average workload against the Lions as the Rams are 10-point road favorites. Lead back Todd Gurley has dealt with an ankle issue this week, but head coach Sean McVay has shown no sign of concern about his MVP candidate.
Even if Gurley is available at full health this week, Brown would be likely to play more snaps once Gurley has padded his stats and the Rams build a comfortable lead. The fourth-year rusher has averaged 5.0 yards per carry and been a reliable option in the passing game this season.
He rushed for 65 yards while racking up a season-high 13 carries in Week 7 against the San Francisco 49ers.
Carroo saw his second and third targets of the season in a Week 12 loss to the Indianapolis Colts, catching one of them for a 74-yard touchdown.
While he'll remain far from a safe play in another tough matchup against the Bills' secondary, Carroo should be utilized more heavily by quarterback Ryan Tannehill with Danny Amendola and DeVante Parker seeming likely to join the handful of Dolphins receivers already sidelined by injury.
He'll see plenty of looks if serving as the No. 2 across the field from Kenny Stills.
The Chargers are likely to need both Austin Ekeler and Jackson to step up to replace Melvin Gordon for however long he'll be sidelined by injury.
Jackson, a seventh-round rookie, took seven carries for 57 yards in his first meaningful offensive action of the season in Week 12. He's proven his worth on special teams, having played 30 percent of those snaps this year, according to Football Outsiders.
The former Northwestern star topped 1,000 rushing yards in each of his four college seasons and added at least 200 receiving yards in three of his four campaigns.
Cole has had an extremely disappointing follow up to his 2017 breakout season, having caught just 29 passes for 375 yards and one touchdown. He had 42 receptions for 748 yards and three scores a year ago.
The 25-year-old has been targeted just twice since Week 8, but he'll have an opportunity to re-emerge against the Colts, as rookie DJ Chark hasn't practiced due to a quad injury.
Indianapolis' defense has performed well against secondary receivers this season, but they've struggled against deeper options, allowing averages of 5.4 targets and 41.1 yards with a DVOA ranked 25th in the NFL.