The future first ballot Hall of Famer went over 300 yards against the Pats for the 9th time out of 10 games this season. He threw for 327 yards on 28/44, with 4 TD, 2 INT. He's 1st overall in completions, yardage and TD passes- the best player in the league and a must-start this, and every other week.
Addai got in the end zone twice against New England, on a run and a catch. He had 10 carries for 41 yards and 2 catches for 27 yards. That's a good game by any metric. He's gotten in the end zone 9 times this year, and threw a TD against San Fran. He's a No. 2 fantasy RB, especially with Don Brown hurting and ineffective with a shoulder.
The best WR in the league compliments the best QB in the league quite well. Wayne had 10 catches for 126 yards and 2 TD against the Pats. Wayne's manner is impeccable, putting up great numbers week in week out. He's gotten into the end zone in 8 of 10 games and is 1st in the league in receptions, and TD catches, 2nd in yards, Must start.
‘Garcon! I'll take a 3 catch 50 yard game against the Pats with a TD pass in stride, please.' Lucky Pierre, made so much more valuable by his all-world QB, and injury to Colts No. 2 Anthony Gonzalez, had a good week against New England. He's a No. 3 fantasy WR who could score any given Sunday.
This Collie was a dog last Sunday, dropping several balls despite 6 catches for 45 yards against New England. He's been slightly better than Garcon this year (12 more catches, 1 more TD), but is still just a No. 3 fantasy WR. He is a starting option because of this offense.
'The Hot' Stover is a replacement for Adam Vinatieri, who hurt his knee. He kicked 5 PAT and no FG against New England, after going 6 for 6 the last two weeks. He is a good starting option on one of the league's most potent offenses.
Flacco had a lousy game (13/18, 155 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT) against a dismal Browns' D. He has now thrown for less than 200 yards in four of his last five and hasn't thrown a TD in two weeks. Nevertheless, the sophomore field general is 8th in the league in completions and 12th in yards. Against the Colts' 16th ranked pass defense, he's a lower end No. 1 fantasy QB.
Rice is the NFL leader in receiving yards by a RB with 451 and is 10th in rushing yards with 662. He had 20 carries for 89 yards with 1 TD against the Browns and got into the end zone for the 4th straight week. He's a No. 1 fantasy RB under any metric, top 3 in PPR leagues.
Mason had 3 catches for 78 yards against the Browns, leading the team in receiving like he has all year long. He is going to come real close to his 8th 1000-yard season in 9 years. His 4 TDs on the year are pretty good and he's a solid low-end No. 2 against the Colts, whom got smoked by the New England wideouts last week.
A solid, unspectacular vet, Clayton was held off the board against the Browns. He shouldn't be used in fantasy leagues, and should probably just go back to being a football expert on a major sports network.
You're in a Heap of trouble if your fantasy season relies on him. He hasn't scored a TD since Week 2. Heap had 4 catches for 43 yards against Bengals, With 34 catches (11th amongst TEs) Heap's still on pace to have 60, which nonetheless makes him a viable lower tier fantasy TE, especially as a situational replacement in PPR leagues..