Campbell has been a bust these last five weeks and it's unlikely he's leading any fantasy team to the playoffs this season. The Ravens held him to 218 yards and one TD last week, while picking off two of his passes. Campbell has now thrown six interceptions compared to just three TDs in the last five games, but should get back on track against a woeful Bengals' outfit.
Portis was benched in the second half of last week's game at Baltimore and he unloaded on head coach Jim Zorn this week. Portis hasn't scored a TD now in his last six games and his 32 yards rushing last week were a killer for fantasy teams. The Redskins could be without both starting tackles, so this won't be easy for Portis, even if he gets back in the starting lineup. But against the Bengals, expect Portis to demand the ball and get it 20-plus times this week.
Betts replaced Portis in the second half of last week's game at Baltimore and gained 57 yards on three receptions, while adding just three yards on six carries. He will play a backup role this week as Portis will demand more playing time, but should mop up if the Redskins jump out to a big lead.
Moss has had four or more catches in four straight games, but he hasn't scored a TD in the last five games. He caught four passes for 48 yards last week at Baltimore, but needs to get in the end zone this week to have more fantasy value. The good news is that the Bengals have allowed 21 TDs in 13 games, so Moss could find paydirt after all.
Randle El scored his third TD of the season and second in the last three weeks against Baltimore last week, catching a 5-yard scoring strike. He finished with five catches for 47 yards, but despite the recent success he remains too hit-or-miss to start each week. He's definitely an iffy play this week, even against a Bengals' defense that ranks 22nd in the NFL against the pass.
Cooley has had a clunker of a season, but nothing compares to last week's game at Baltimore. After catching at least four passes in 11 straight games, Cooley was held to just one catch last week for 12 yards. He hasn't scored a TD in the Redskins' last eight games and has just one TD on the season, but it's time for Cooley to make amends and score this week at Cincinnati.
The Redskins forced two turnovers last week at Baltimore, but still have only 20 turnovers and 19 sacks in 13 games as they've been a poor fantasy defense all year long. Look for a little better help this week against the bungling Bengals.
Fitzpatrick continues to struggle at the helm for the Bengals and he shouldn't be on any fantasy playoff rosters this week. He threw for 170 yards, no scores and two INTs last week in the 35-3 loss at Indianapolis and will struggle again this week against a solid Redskins' pass defense that ranks 7th in the NFL.
Benson hasn't scored a TD the last four games and shouldn't be active on any fantasy team rosters who are in the playoffs. He was held to 57 yards on 16 carries last week by the Colts and will struggle again this week against a Colts' run defense that ranks 10th in the NFL, allowing less than 96 yards per game.
Houshmandzadeh continues to struggle with Fitzpatrick at QB as he hasn't caught a TD pass in the last three games and has just one TD reception in the last eight games. He did finish with eight catches last week at Indianapolis for 75 yards and this could be the week he finally finds paydirt, so keep him in your lineup as he's just too talented to bench at this point in the season.
Johnson had five catches for 79 yards last week at Indianapolis and now has four or more receptions in seven straight games, even though he hasn't scored a touchdown in three straight games. He's still a worthy play in Point-Per-Reception leagues, but the lack of TDs has hurt fantasy teams all year long.