McNabb matched a career high with his three interceptions in Sunday's 13-13 tie at Cincinnati. Surprisingly, the Eagles tried to pass on 60 plays compared to just 16 runs, even though the Bengals own one of the worst rushing defenses. McNabb completed 28-of-58 passes for 339 yards and a TD, but he also had four turnovers. He is now in for a rough followup game as the Ravens should bring plenty of pressure at home.
Westbrook was expected to have a big game last week at Cincinnati, but the Eagles went with a curious game plan and gave him the ball only 17 times. He gained 60 yards on 14 carries and 11 yards on three receptions as he failed to score a TD for the third straight week. Things will get even tougher this week as the Ravens are a top defense against the rush. Stick with Westy, but expect another bumpy road this week.
Jackson sure seemed like a fantasy darling early on, but the rookie wideout has struggled lately to find the end zone. He hasn't scored in six games and has just one TD on the season. In five quarters of action last week at Cincinnati, he was limited to four catches for 66 yards. He needs to come up big this week for the Eagles to win at Baltimore.
Curtis has been solid since his return from hernia surgery, catching 19 passes over the last four games for 217 yards and a TD. He was solid last week in Cincinnati, catching seven passes for 64 yards. He's a good choice in Point-Per-Reception fantasy leagues, but don't expect him to find the end zone anytime soon.
Brown returned to the lineup last week from his groin injury and had one catch, but Jason Avant (3 catches, 32 yards) and Hank Baskett (2 catches, 74 yards) are better fantasy options. Actually, all three are too inconsistent to count on each week, so leave all of them on your fantasy bench.
Smith had the lone TD for Philadelphia last week as he caught a 4-yard TD strike from McNabb. It was his second TD catch in his last four games as he finished with three catches for 15 yards. He's not having a great season, but Smith is a worthy play against the Ravens this week.
Akers hit both of his field goal attempts last week at Cincinnati and sent the game into overtime with a 27-yard field goal, but he never got a shot in overtime at a game-winning kick. He's been solid all year, scoring 94 points through 10 games.
The Eagles finished with eight sacks and one fumble recovery at Cincinnati last week, but still couldn't leave with a win. They now have 44 sacks and will need the same type of pressure this week against QB Joe Flacco to leave with a win.
Flacco hadn't thrown an interception since Week 6, but last week the Giants got him for two and returned one of them for a touchdown in the 30-10 pasting. Flacco completed 20-of-33 passes for 164 yards and a TD, but the two picks sealed the deal. The Eagles will bring similar pressure this week as Flacco gets introduced to the NFC East style of football. Expect another day of hard knocks for Flacco and the Ravens.
McGahee played last week vs. the Giants, but was pulled in the second half once it became a blowout to protect his ankle. He finished with only 18 yards rushing on nine carries after rushing for four touchdowns in his four previous games. He will start this week against Philadelphia and will put up better numbers.
McClain scored the only touchdown for Baltimore last week against the Giants, catching a 10-yard pass from Flacco in the third quarter. He had three receptions for 31 yards and added 10 yards on two carries. He's not a worthy fantasy play for Week 12.
Rice gained 19 yards on eight carries last week and 18 yards on four receptions, but right now this three-headed backfield doesn't favor the two backups. As long as McGahee can start this week, Rice deserves a spot on your bench.
Mason reinjured his shoulder last week against the Giants, but he still finished with seven catches for 82 yards as he was targeted 12 times. Mason will be good to go this week and is a worthy play as he has 19 catches in his last three games.
Clayton is back to being a non-factor again as he finished with just one catch for 10 yards last week at New York. He did add a 17-yard run, but Clayton is just too inconsistent to count on in fantasy football. Leave him on your league's waiver wire.
The Ravens' D came up small in Week 11 against the Giants and has a tough matchup this week against the explosive Eagles. Look for the Ravens to slow down Brian Westbrook and put the heat on Donovan McNabb, resulting in at least one takeaway and 2-3 sacks. They'll be hurt in the passing game by McNabb, so consider this unit a decent fantasy option but not a great one