Edwards was his usual solid but not great self last week, passing for 261 yards and a TD in the win over the Chargers. Regardless of how good the matchup is, you can't expect Edwards to go off. He'll get you decent yardage and a TD most weeks. He'll deliver that again this week against Miami, so if that type of production thrills you go ahead and plug him into your lineup on Sunday.
Was it me or did Fred Jackson get A LOT of snaps in the Red Zone last week? That's killing Lynch owners and so is the fact he's yet to truly blow up in a game this year. It probably won't happen this week against a solid Miami run defense that gives up 97.5 yards a game. Lynch will get 20-plus touches again and a TD is very likely but don't expect huge yardage numbers. He'll come up short in that regard. Again.
Jackson was very active again last week, rushing nine times for 33 yards and catching three passes for 28 more. He'll get double-digit touches again this week and his receiving skills gives him value as a flex play in larger PPR leagues. If you need a RB3 in that format this week, Jackson is a worthy option.
Evans has clearly become one of the game's most lethal WRs. He had another big game in Week 7, catching eight passes for 89 yards and a TD in the win over San Diego. Miami's secondary is soft (235.3 yards a game), so look for Evans to get free repeatedly and deliver another strong fantasy game. He's a must start in all leagues.
Lindell had another productive fantasy outing in Week 7, converting three of four FGs (a long of 44 yards) in the win over the Chargers. He's become very reliable and his leg is still strong enough to deliver from long range. If you've been starting him, there's no reason to sit him now.
The Bills are hard to trust defensively. They've scored only one defensive TD this year and just when you start feeling good about them they lay an egg. This week has egg potential written all over it. Chad Pennington doesn't get sacked very often (the Ravens got to him just once last week) and he's thrown only three INTs this season. If you can find another defensive option this week, do it. The Bills are likely to come up very small on the road.
Pennington stood tall last week against the Ravens and had a fine game, passing for 295 yards and a TD. He's quietly become a very solid fantasy QB, having passed for more than 225 yards in each of the past four games. The Bills' secondary is struggling so Pennington is looking good again this week. He's a solid starter in larger leagues.
As expected, Brown went nowhere last week against the Ravens, rushing for only 27 yards on 13 carries. The Bills are much less imposing against the run, giving up 107.2 yards a game, so Brown will have more room to run this week. He'll be active and productive so get Brown back into your starting lineup this week.
Williams is pretty much insurance for Brown at this point in the season. He got only four carries last week and is no longer a serious threat to take meaningful action away from Brown. He's not worth starting in any league this week.
Savvy owners in PPR leagues picked up Camarillo up weeks ago when it became clear he was emerging as a Poor Man's Wes Welker. He had another good game in Week 7, catching six passes for 89 yards. He's rock solid for 4-5 receptions at least each week and he'll be active on Sunday against a soft Buffalo secondary. Keep starting him as a WR3 in PPR leagues and you'll continue to be happy
It says a lot for how disappointing a season it's been for Ginn that a 4-48 game could be viewed as a good one for him. But that's what he delivered last week against the Ravens and, well ... it was a good one for him. He has a chance to produce similar numbers or slightly better this week so even though he has plenty of risk, he's not a bad reach in larger leagues if you really have to dig deep.
Martin was the TE of choice in Week 7, catching 4 passes for 71 yards. But he continues to share time with Anthony Fasano, lowering the fantasy potential for both. He's too risky to start so look elsewhere for TE help this week.
Carpenter had a solid game last week, converting both of his FGs although his longest only went for 26 yards. The Dolphins should be able to move the ball freely this week so Carpenter isn't a bad reach in very large leagues if you need him.
The Dolphins have proven tough to run on but their secondary remains weak. They'll struggle to contain Lee Evans and that will be a problem on Sunday. But they're getting to the QB (they had three sacks last week) and they will pressure Edwards into some mistakes. They are a solid bye-week option if you need them this week.