Russell was awful again last week in the 20-13 loss to Kansas City, completing just 10-of-28 passes for 132 yards. He continues to throw off his back foot and shows little promise to be a worthy fantasy QB anytime soon. Forget about him this week, even though he had his best game of the season against the Chargers in Week 4 (22-of-37 for 277 yards and a TD).
Fargas found the end zone for the first time last week against Kansas City as he rushed for 82 yards and a TD on 18 carries. He continues to be the best fantasy play from this sorry team and he's capable of putting up similar numbers this week against an average Chargers' run defense.
McFadden continues to play second fiddle to Fargas in this offense and he was limited to just 13 yards on seven rushes in Sunday's 20-13 loss to Kansas City. He did have three receptions for 50 yards, but this is no longer a true running back-by-committee. McFadden had little success in the first matchup against San Diego (37 total yards) and will have limited success this week as well, so don't be afraid to keep him on your bench in Week 14.
Curry was the only Raider wideout who caught a pass last week against Kansas City and that went for no yards. He's had four games with 0 yards in his last six games and shouldn't be considered at all in Week 14.
With Javon Walker out for the rest of the season, Lelie becomes the No. 2 option in this passing attack, but he failed to catch a pass last week and is just too inconsistent to start this week, even against a bad Chargers' pass defense.
Miller is the only legitimate receiving option outside of the backs as he again led the Raiders last week with five catches for 79 yards. He scored his lone TD of the season in Week 4 against San Diego when he caught five passes for 95 yards. He should be a good option again this week against the 31st ranked Chargers' passing defense.
Rivers had his worst game of the season last week vs. Atlanta as he completed 17-of-30 passes for 149 yards and no TDs. It was the second time in the last three games that he failed to throw a TD pass and it came at a bad time for fantasy owners. During the Week 4 matchup at Oakland, Rivers completed just 14-of-25 passes for 180 yards and one TD with two interceptions. The Raiders rank eighth in the NFL against the pass, so don't expect an easy time of things for Rivers this week.
Tomlinson had his worst rushing game of the season in Week 13 vs. Kansas City, gaining just 24 yards on 14 carries. But he did tally his sixth rushing TD of the season and added five receptions for 42 yards. He now faces a Raiders' run defense that ranks 29th in the NFL and a defense he tore up for 106 yards and two TDs in Week 4. Look for a bounceback game from LT2 and maybe even this third 100-yard rushing game of the season.
Sproles didn't even have a touch last week against Kansas City, the first time that's happened this season. He had just 12 yards rushing in the first game vs. Oakland, but he should have a little more success this time around. Still, he's not a worthy fantasy play for Week 14 as Tomlinson will get 20-plus carries.
Chambers was limited to just one catch for two yards last week vs. Kansas City as he was targeted just three times all day. Chambers hasn't scored a TD since Week 5 and still doesn't have a 100-yard game this year. In the Week 4 matchup at Oakland, he had just two catches for 42 yards and nothing will come easily this week, either. Play him, but be prepared for another tough week.
Jackson failed to catch a single pass last week against Kansas City, but he almost had two TD catches in that game. It was his worst game of the season, but at least he was targeted in the red zone. Jackson caught three passes for 52 yards in the Week 4 matchup at Oakland and similar numbers are in store for this week's game.
Floyd has turned into a solid No. 3 wideout in San Diego and last year he led the way with five catches for 59 yards. But there are so many solid options in this offense that Floyd is nothing more than a reserve player in fantasy football.
Gates had his third straight disappointing game as he was limited to three catches for 27 yards on Sunday vs. Atlanta. He seemed hobbled by another leg injury and just didn't have the burst needed to get open downfield. He did torch the Raiders for five catches, 58 yards and a TD in Week 4 and he should find a way to get back into the end zone this week, something he hasn't done since Week 10.
Kaeding had a 43-yard field goal attempt blocked last week against Atlanta and finished with just four points. He's averaged just six points per game over the last four games, but should top that average this week.
The Chargers' defense has been bad this year, but last week vs. Atlanta it recovered three fumbles and Eric Weddle took one back 86 yards for a TD. It could have another good game this week vs. a bad Raiders' offense.