As we saw last week when ace Minnesota Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes completely shut down Atlanta Falcons star wideout Julio Jones, it has become very important to be aware of these type of matchups when weighing lineup decisions each week. As the playoff weeks begin in fantasy football, this becomes an even more important endeavor. On that note, there could be trouble ahead for Tampa Bay Buccaneers wideout Mike Evans and the Carolina Panthers' Devin Funchess. Already struggling in a wildly disappointing campaign, Evans now draws top Detroit Lions cornerback Darius Slay. Slay has really made a name for himself this season with his ball-hawkins ways and Evans is not generating the separation he did during his monster 2016. Thus if you have a very good/intriguing fourth wideout like a Marquis Goodwin, we would suggest going that route. The same goes for Funchess who has to tangle with Rhodes which is always a bad thing. Funchess is not even a guy who has proven himself over the long haul of a season yet in terms of high-end production and so this is an easy benching.