Delhomme threw for a good total of 325 yards against the Bills, but with no TDs against three interceptions. He's thrown 13 INTs in 6 games -- the most in the league. He's not an advisable option, even as a flex.
Williams is playing like the No. 1 fantasy RB we all thought he was. He had 16 carries for 89 yards against the Bills to go along with 5 catches for 50 yards. He's sixth in the league in rushing TDs (5), 10th in the league in rushing yards (461) and seventh among RBs in receiving yards (173). He's always a good start, even against the league's best run D.
Smith had his second best game of the year against the Bills, catching 6 balls for 99 yards. After a lousy game against the Bucs the week prior (1 rec, 4 rec yards), 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 low-end No. 2 fantasy option he's become. He's got to score a TD at some point, right?
Warner's had a slight case of the picksies this year, throwing 6 INT to go along with his 9 TDs. He completed 20-of-36 passes for 231 yards with 1 TD and 1 INT in Week 7 against the Giants. He's fourth in the league in completions and 10th in yardage. Against a lousy Panthers' D, he should still be considered a No. 1 option.
Hightower found the end zone for the fourth time this season despite having a lousy game against the Giants. He had only 4 carries for 9 yards and lost the bulk of his carries to Beanie Wells, who carried 14 times for 67 yards and a TD. Hightower also had 2 catches for 11 yards. He is a No. 3 fantasy RB because of the precarious threat emerging with Wells.
Expect Wells to keep getting carries against the Panthers' 26th-ranked run defense. He had a very good game, carrying 14 times for 67 yards, and scored his first pro TD. This is the kind of situation where he could play himself into the starting spot and never look back. He's a No. 3 because his role is undefined, but the sky is the limit.
Old Fitzie had another good game, catching 6 balls for 83 yards. Though he's been having trouble with the bar he set for himself last year, he's very quietly fifth in the league in catches and leads the league in TD receptions. He's only been over the century mark once, but he remains one of the most physically gifted players in the league and, without a doubt, is an every-week must-start.
Boldin has been playing through injuries all year. He suffered a high-ankle sprain during his 6-catch, 54-yard outing against the Seahawks in Week 6, and played through the pain to the tune of a 3-catch, 75-yard performance against the Giants. He's only gotten into the end zone once and, until he busts out, he's a No. 3 fantasy option. Monitor that ankle.
Breaston had a tough week against the Giants, only catching 1 ball for 22 yards. Before that, he was averaging 80 yards a game and may well be the best No. 3 WR in the league. He's a No. 3 option this week and could benefit if Boldin keeps hobbling.