Best, worst DFS NFL matchups for divisional round

Le'Veon Bell ran wild on the Dolphins in the wild-card round. Can he be relied upon to deliver similar results against a tough Chiefs defense this weekend? Shelley Lipton\Icon Sportswire

The best weekend of the NFL season features four teams coming off a big playoff win against the top four teams in rematches from the regular season. Take the Houston Texans out of the conversation, and we are left with seven teams with several viable fantasy options.

The keys to maximizing your DFS lineups this week include: targeting the proper Green Bay receiver in case Jordy Nelson is out; knowing if you can trust Pittsburgh's big three on the road; and understanding whether Dallas is poised to play big or lay an egg at home after the bye week.

The Steelers-Chiefs might be a low-scoring game, while the Patriots might not need Tom Brady to throw into the fourth quarter to take care of Houston. This is a week to focus on Seahawks-Falcons and Packers-Cowboys, two games expected to be tight and high scoring.

Here are the best and worst fantasy matchups for the divisional round: