The Harvard kid went 10/25 for 116 yards with 1 TD and 1 INT in the Bills win against the Jets. Trent Edwards is not expected back after suffering a concussion which means Fitzpatrick will get the start against the Panthers mediocre D (27th PPG, though 2nd in passing YPG). He's a legit 2nd stringer and shouldn't even get the nod as a flex or bye week option unless your team is in big trouble.
Split carries with Marshawn Lynch against the Jets, getting 15 for 52 yards but catching no passes. The Bills have struggled offensively and with Jackson splitting carries down the middle, he's no more than a No. 3 fantasy RB.
Lynch had 19 carries for 61 yards against the Jets and seems to be splitting carries with Fred Jackson evenly. Like Jackson, he's a No. 3 fantasy RB on a below average team though he's playing the league's 28th ranked run defense in Carolina.
Evans had 4 rec for 68 rec yards and a TD against the Jets. He was the top WR on the Bills last week, but only has 16 catches for 227 yards on the year. Evans shouldn't be starting for you under any circumstances, especially against a Carolina D that's 2nd in the league against the pass.
20th in the league in PPG and 21st in YPG, the Bills killed it against the Jets last week, picking off Mark Sanchez 5 times. Welcome to the NFL, rook. Despite the dominance, they're not a recommended fantasy start as they're an overall average unit, though they could pick Delhomme off a couple times.
Steve Smith used to be the best WR in the league. Now, he's not even the best WR named Steve Smith. After a lousy game against the Bucs (1 rec, 4 rec yards) Steve Smith publicly questioned his role on the team. If they awarded fantasy points for dirty looks directed towards QBs, Smith would still be an elite fantasy WR rather than the No. 3 fantasy option he's become.
Though he led Carolina in catches and yards against the Bucs (3 rec, 27 rec yards), with Delhomme and the Panthers' passing issues, Mushin Muhammad shouldn't be considered as a fantasy option unless you're completely desperate.
Kasay had the best season of his long career in 2008, hitting over 90 percent of his FG. He has only 5 FG attempts on the year, however, and doesn't merit enough chances to be considered a fantasy option.