Johnson is getting plenty of work, but until he converts those carries into positive yardage he's a better for your bench. He'd be worth trading if you could get anything better than 20 bucks and a case of beer.
Kansas City's offense has a knack for stalling, which boosts Succop's value. But he's only nailed five kicks in six tries so far. Unless you're playing in a 14- or 16-team year, chances are you can do better.
Campbell managed his best fantasy game of the season against the anemic Detroit defense, throwing for 340 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He's proven he can get it done against a total dog, so why not give him a play against the Chiefs?
Suisham hasn't gotten enough opportunities to be anything more than a bye-week replacement. But if your starting kicker plays for the Cowboys, Colts, Dolphins or 49ers, he could be a nice fill-in against K.C.
Washington's unbalanced defense -- excellent against the pass, not so much against the run -- hasn't transposed very effectively to fantasy. Might be worth a start against the inept Chiefs, but only as a last resort.