Eli Manning - Pretty much every game involving the Eagles this year is going to result in a shootout. The combination of a powerful, no-huddle offense with a rather weak secondary is going to result in a lot of points for the opposing QB.
Cam Newton - He’s not had the solid start that everyone was hoping for him, but he should be ready to roll after the bye.
Joique Bell - There will be plenty of touches to go around against the Packers. He’ll get at least 60 yards and possibly a TD – he’s a solid flex play this week.
Willis McGahee - Okay, this one’s cheating a bit since he played on Thursday, but we like McGahee moving forward. He’s a solid RB2 from here on out.
Denarius Moore - San Diego is being thrown on like crazy, bumping up Moore’s value quite a bit. Get him in your lineup.
James Jones - He’ll be one of Rodgers’s many targets in what should be a high-scoring affair.
Stephen Hill - A bit of a desperation add, but he should see a decent number of targets with Holmes out.
Brandon Myers – He’ll definitely be involved in a big way against against a weak Eagles defense.
Colin Kaepernick - His total yardage this year is miserable, plus he’s going up against the Texans.
Andrew Luck - It’s a tough matchup and he just doesn’t have the weapons to put up many points this week.
Lamar Miller - As much as we want him to break out and away from Daniel Thomas, it doesn’t look likely this week against Baltimore’s strong run D.
Jacquizz Rodgers - An RB lacking talent against a defense that has only given up 1 rushing TD this year. You tell me what’s going to happen.
Rashad Jennings - It’s just too easy to throw on SD, plus Reece may come back and steal touches.
Mike Wallace - Baltimore can be thrown on, but Hartline is still the WR to own in Miami.
Anquan Boldin - It’s the return of the run game in SF. Boldin will have a diminished role this week against a tough Texans D.
T.Y. Hilton - He and DHB continue to limit eachothers’ fantasy potential. Stay away.
Jermichael Finley - He’s just coming back from a concussion and Rodgers has enough targets as it is.