It wasn't pretty... No. 5 took a step back with his performance Week 6 at Oakland. He completed 22-of-46 passes for 269 yards. He had neither a touchdown pass nor an interception and looked awful in losing to the previously hapless Raiders. Not good. He's a decent option against the Redskins, perhaps a little lower on the QB list than normal.
Jackson rebounded from his disappearance against the Bucs to the tune of a 6-catch, 94-yard performance at Oakland. He's a No. 2 fantasy WR that could take it to the big house any time he touches the ball.
A week after his breakout game (6 catches, 142 yards, 2 TD) against the Bucs, Maclin looked positively pedestrian against the Raiders (1 catch for 6 yards). He's too inconsistent to warrant more than a roster spot at this point.
Celek has established himself as one of the top TEs in the league and is fourth in the league amongst TEs in catches (with 30) and third in yards. He should be started every week. He had 4 catches for 75 yards against the Raiders and should continue to assert himself as one of the best pass-catching TEs in the league.
First in INTs, sixth in sacks, the Eagles D has had the pleasure on dining on some of the worse offenses in the NFL. The Redskins fit that mold to a T. Highly advisable to start this unit on Monday night.
Oof. Campbell got benched against Kansas City for Todd Collins. They are both terrible and completely inadvisable starts under any circumstance. Campbell was 9-for-16 for 89 yards and a pick. Collins was 6-for-14 for 75 yards and neither a TD nor an INT. Both of those lines are brutal. Highest recommendation to avoid.
Portis is showing a little wear on his tires, but Jim Zorn keeps giving him the ball. He rushed 15 times for 109 yards against the Chiefs, the first time since Nov. 23 last season that he topped 100 yards. Portis also caught three passes for 15 yards. He lost a fumble in the game and hasn't sniffed the end zone. He's a No. 2 fantasy option against a Philly D that is 15th against the run.
Moss caught 1 ball for 42 yards last week. In Week 3, he caught 10 balls for 178 yards and a TD. Besides that, he's been pedestrian. He's a No. 3 fantasy WR now, mostly because of the questionable QB situation in DC.
He caught 5 balls for 57 yards to lead the Skins against Kansas City. He's eighth in catches among TEs and seventh in yards. Cooley is a 6-9 rated TE that would potentially be elite if he had a decent QB. As such, he's an advisable start against an Eagles team that has trouble covering the tight end.
Fifth overall in YPG allowed, the Redskins lost at home last week to the previously winless Chiefs. The Redskins' Washington sacked Matt Cassel five times but did not force a single turnover. They are not a recommended start against the Eagles.