A two-way threat, Johnson had 41 yards on seven rush attempts against Washington to go along with 13-for-22 for 106, a touchdown and an interception. He is an inadvisable start against the Birds' second-ranked pass defense.
He was sharing carries with Derrick Ward until Ward went down. Williams had 99 total yards against the 'Skins. If Ward is down again, Cadillac is a No. 3 fantasy RB. If Ward plays, this Cadillac's resale value is shot to heck.
If he's back, expect him to share carries with Cadillac. He was inactive Week 4 with a knee injury. Monitor closely, but even if he plays, you should give him a week before he goes back to being a No. 3 fantasy RB.
Michael Clayton may have gotten Tony Gilroy an Oscar nomination and earned Tilda Swinton the big prize, but with only 120 yards on the season and zero catches against the 'Skins last week, he shouldn't be started in fantasy or even be on a roster for that matter.
Winslow had 12 catches and two touchdowns in the first two games. Since then, he's put up two real clunkers (three for 14, two for 21) that you don't want to see from an so-called 'elite' tight end. He's still a mild recommendation to start, but is in the 9-12 realm of fantasy TEs.
No. 5 has had three weeks to let his rib heal up and to watch his backup amass a ton of yardage. He should come out against Tampa's 31st-ranked unit ready to kill it. He's a undisputable No. 1 option as a fantasy QB. Here's hoping McNabb won't throw the first several balls at receivers' feet, leading the raucous Philly crowd to call for Kolb.
Westie came back to practice this week and is expected to play on Sunday. If he hasn't truly lost a step (which remains to be seen) he should be treated as a high end No. 2 fantasy RB. Like McNabb, he'll be chomping at the bit to get back in.
'Shady' is going to keep getting touches. He looked great against the Chiefs before the bye, going for 84 yards and a score off a direct snap. He's not a recommended start here, but if Westbrook is hurt, he becomes a high-end No. 2.
Jackson has had a huge last two games with 250 yards and a pair of long touchdowns on 10 catches. He's a high-end No. 2 and perhaps a No. 1 fantasy WR, especially against the suspect Tampa defense. He is a threat to take any catch to the house, so if your league gives bonuses for long TDs, he becomes even more valuable.
Avant catches a lot of first downs. He's an excellent route runner and had good hands. McNabb trusts him and Curtis has not been playing at full strength. That said, expect McNabb to spread the ball to far too many receivers to make Avant a viable starting WR option in most fantasy leagues.
Celek has established himself as one of the top tight ends in the league and should be started every week. He has 22 catches in three games and has gone over 100 yards in the last two. It's well-documented that he and Kevin Kolb are very close friends, but don't forget that McNabb completed 10 passes to him (including a pair of touchdowns) in the NFC Championship game.
Akers had a strong 2008 season and was 2-for-2 in Week 2 after nailing a 49-yarder in Week 1. He's a viable-to-strong fantasy option every week. Against a weak Bucs team, he could have a very nice output.
Sean McDermott's unit is one of the top in the league statistically, despite having been ripped apart by Drew Brees in Week 2. They have 10 sacks and six interceptions in three games. With the return of 'Axe Man' Jeremiah Trotter, expect the Birds' defense to regain some of the fire and nastiness they lost with the departure of Brian Dawkins.