Edwards was back after missing almost a month with a concussion and he was not very good. He got pulled during the Bills' blowout loss to the Titans. Buffalo split two games under Ryan Fitzpatrick and are just an average squad in general. Neither Buffalo QB would be a good start.
Lynch had just 9 carries for 37 yards against Tennessee. He also caught 4 balls for 18 yards. Fred Jackson was back to splitting carries too, gaining 48 yards on 8 carries. Lynch hasn't had more than 19 carries or 69 yards on the year and only has 1 TD. Consider him a No. 3 RB, even against the Jags' 22nd-ranked run defense.
He hasn't had more than 10 carries since Week 6 but has been decently effective when he's gotten a chance. He had 71 total yards and a passing TD against the Titans and Bears. He's worth watching as a struggling team is likely to make some changes. Worth a roster spot, but not a start.
T.O. had 3 catches for a season-high 85 yards against the Titans. He only has 26 catches for 366 yards with 1 receiving TD on the season. In some circles, that's knows as "weak sauce." He's no more than at No. 3 fantasy WR at this point, a shell of his former game-breaking self. Perhaps he should do more sit-ups in his driveway.
He went 1-for-1 against the Titans to bring him to 14-for-16 on the year. Lindell is a good kicker and an advisable fantasy start, as he's a key scoring option on a low-scoring team and 10th in the league in FGs.
They're second in the league in INTs, so they've got that going for them, which is nice. Unfortch, they're also 26th in the league in YPG and 22nd in PPG. They're not an advisable start against David Garrard and the hyphenates.
Garrard had a decent game in their upset win at the Jets. He went 16-for-26 for 221 with 1 TD and 0 INTs. He also lost a fumble. With 7 TDs and 5 INTs thus far, he hasn't had a great year. He wouldn't be a great start here against a decent Bills' secondary.
MJD has been as good as any back in the league over the last month. Against the Jets, he carried 24 times for 123 yards and 1 TD, also catching 2 passes for 22 yards. He's averaging a whopping 132 yards the past four games with 7 TDs. He owns the NFL lead in TDs with 12. He's a legitimate No. 1 fantasy RB and should be active in all formats.
Holt caught 2 balls for 24 yards against the Chiefs, one week after catching 2 passes for 17 yards against the Titans. He still hasn't gotten into the end zone yet in 2009. He's averaging less than 3 catches and about 25 yards the last three games. He's not a legit fantasy option.
A big, athletic target, Sims-Walker got in the end zone for the second week in a row against the Jets. He had 3 catches for 49 yards. The week before against Kansas City, he had 6 catches for 147 yards and a TD. He is the Jags' No. 1 WR, one of a crop of young NFL WRs enjoying breakout seasons (Rice, Jackson, Austin, Smith). He's a No. 2 option against the Bills' ninth-rated pass defense.
'Oh Lord, Won't You Give Me A' Marcedes Lewis had a little success against the Jets, his first productive outing since Week 4. But there are likely better options out there than a dude who's 19th in yards and 25th in receptions among TE.