Henne was just alright against the Bucs, going 17-for-31 with 175 yards and 1 TD and 1 INT. He's an efficient game manager that's going to be relied on to not screw up and let his RBs control the time of possession. With just 5 TD and 4 INT on the year, he's just an emergency option.
Ricky has proven himself effective and very willing to share the rock with Ronnie Brown. But now that Brown is out for the season, can he thrive in a full-time role? Williams rushed the ball 20 times for 102 yards against the Bucs. He also had 2 catch for 5 yards.
Camarillo replaced Ted Ginn in the starting lineup three weeks ago. He made little impact against Tampa (2 catches, 17 yards), though more than Ginn, who didn't catch a pass. He's not a fantasy option, with only 27 catches and 0 TD on the year.
Bess had 4 catches for 72 yards against the Bucs. It was his second game with over 20 receiving yards since September. That stat should remind you of one of many fundamental truths in this world: Never get involved in a land war in Asia, don't go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line -- and don't start a Dolphins wideout, even if he’s their top guy.
He was inactive against the Bucs. The week before, he had 1 catch for 20 yards against the Pats. He has 14 catches for 113 yards on the year. That's like three quarters of a Dallas Clark game. He's scored a single TD on the year and is an inadvisable start under any circumstances.
Ol' Carpie killed it against the Bucs, going 4-for-4, including 45- and 49-yarders. He's hit 15-for-16 on the year and certainly merits a start because of his strong leg and the fact that he hasn't missed a kick since Week 2.
This Dolphins unit is 19th in YPG and 27th in PPG after giving up 23 points and 302 yards to the Bucs. They are not a recommended start against a Carolina offense that was firing on all cylinders against Atlanta.
Delhomme didn't throw a pick for the third straight week against the Falcons, going 15-for-24 with 195 yards and 2 TD. Obviously, he's still got 13 picks and isn't very good, but in this case, he isn't the worst situational matchup against the league's 27th-ranked pass D.
Despite his backfield mate Jonathan Stewart's two touchdowns last week, Williams is playing like the No. 1 fantasy RB we all thought he was. He had 19 carries for 92 yards against the Falcons, one week after a 21-carry, 149-yard, 2 TD game against the Saints. He's fourth in the league in rushing with 860 yards. He's always a good start, even against the Dolphins seventh-ranked run D.
Taking time off from hosting 'The Daily Show,' Stewart had an easy time against the Falcons, carrying 11 times for 82 yards and 2 TD. Two weeks ago, he had similarly excellent games against the Cards (17 rushes for 87 yards and 2 TD) and two weeks before that against the Bucs (17 rushes, 110 yards, 1 TD). It seems his carries are subject to John Fox's whims. He's been doing well every other week. Consider him a No. 3 fantasy RB with upside.
Smith caught 4 balls for 34 yards against Atlanta with 2 TD. He's got 38 catches for 512 yards on the year with 3 TD. He's been over 100 yards just once. Meh. Despite the two scores, Smith played the second half with a rib injury. He's a lower-tier No. 2 option, or a heady No. 3.
Muhammad had his best game of the year against Atlanta, catching 6 balls for 91 yards. He's had a very mediocre year thus far, catching just 30 balls for 310 yards with no TDs, but is a wild-card No. 3 fantasy WR against the lousy Dolphins pass D.