Kurt Warner has absolutely crushed it the last two weeks, throwing for 601 yards, 7 TDs and 0 INTs. He was 29-for-38 for 340 yards with 2 TDs against the Seabags. He hasn't thrown for less than 230 yards in a game and is clearly a No. 1 QB option -- among the top five in completions, yards and TDs.
Hightower had 10 rushes for 37 yards and 5 catches for 21 yards against Seattle. He has 5 TDs on the year and ranks second among RBs with 45 receptions. Even though Beanie Wells is essentially splitting carries with him, Hightower is a lower-end No. 2 fantasy RB because of his TDs and catches.
Wells had double-digit carries for the fourth time in five games, gaining an impressive 85 yards on 16 carries with 2 TDs. Look for him to keep getting carries. He's a lower-end No. 2, but could be elevated well beyond that if he straight up supplants Hightower.
Old Fitzie caught 7 balls for 73 yards and 1 TD against Seattle. He's third in the league in receptions with 63. He has less than 5 catches in a game only once. He's only been over the century mark twice, but is tied for the league lead with 8 receiving TDs. He is one of the most physically gifted players in the league and, without a doubt, an every week must-start.
Boldin has been playing through injuries all year and sat out against the Bears two weeks ago. The week of rest really helped him, as he went for a season-high 105 yards on 8 catches. He's only gotten into the end zone once, and until he busts out, he's a No. 3 fantasy option. Last week's performance bodes well for the future.
Breaston had another good game against Seattle, catching 4 balls for 79 yards and 1 TD. He may well be the best No. 3 WR in the league and should come close to getting 1,000 yards. He's a No. 3 option, and both he and Boldin might really be No. 2s.
Neil ‘The Schpiel' is 11-for-12 on the season after going 1-for-1 against Seattle. The Cards keep scoring TDs and, thus, Rackers has been having trouble racking up the rackage. He's still a lower-end No. 1 fantasy kicker on a high-scoring offense like this.
The much-maligned Rams' signal-caller had a decent game against the Saints, going 16-for-40 with 298 yards, 2 TD and 1 INT. He's just not good, and with 5 TDs and 5 INTs on the season, merits no fantasy consideration.
If Justin Forsett can go for 123 against the Cardinals' run defense, the sky is the limit for S-Jax. Against the Saints, Jackson went for 131 yards on 26 carries with a TD. Jackson is third in the league in rushing yards (915 yards) and that was his third consecutive 130-plus-yard game and fifth 100-yard game. He's a No.1 option -- a legit every down horse.
Avery had his best game of the year against New Orleans, catching 4 balls for 67 yards and 2 TD. He only had 4 catches in the three games before that. Wait to see him have another good game before you'd consider getting him in a lineup.
Watch out for this guy. You should add him off waivers. The rook was very impressive in Eagles camp and made the team against long odds. He came over to St. Louis in the Will Witherspoon deal and had 7 catches for 93 yards against the Saints. With Keenan Burton out for the rest of the year, Gibby ought to slide right into his starting spot.