Week 17 fantasy advice: Watch out for Michael Floyd and Brandin Cooks

ESPN has planted spies in every NFL locker room -- OK, so they're our NFL Nation team reporters -- in order to provide fantasy owners with inside intel to help you win your league. We call it Insider Trading, a collection of fantasy lineup advice pulled straight from the locker rooms and practice fields of every team.

Here is our NFL Nation reporters' Week 17 fantasy advice.

Arizona Cardinals: Michael Floyd has been a 100-yard machine recently, hitting the benchmark in five of his past seven games, including 113 yards against Seattle in Week 10. But Floyd will have his work cut out for him. The Seahawks have allowed just one receiver to eclipse 100 yards since Floyd did. -- Josh Weinfuss

Atlanta Falcons: Take your pick with Julio Jones or Devonta Freeman against an atrocious Saints defense that is ranked second to last in the league, allowing 413.4 yards per game. Jones needs 243 receiving yards and 17 catches to establish NFL records in that category, so it will be interesting to see if the Falcons try to get him that mark while possibly adding to his eight touchdown receptions. Freeman is 20 yards shy of 1,000 and his 13 touchdowns are one shy of NFL leaders Doug Baldwin and Allen Robinson. -- Vaughn McClure

Baltimore Ravens: Buck Allen got back on track last Sunday when he eclipsed 100 total yards for the first time in three weeks. Allen faces a favorable matchup against a Bengals defense that had trouble containing Denver running backs C.J. Anderson and Ronnie Hillman (a combined 153 yards from scrimmage) Monday night. Nine running backs have totaled more than 70 yards against Cincinnati this season. -- Jamison Hensley