Sanchez had a tough afternoon against the Jags, going 16-for-30 for 212 yards with 1 TD and 2 INTs. He's definitely showed a whole lot of growing pains the last couple of months with 9 TDs and 12 INTs on the year. He isn't a sound fantasy start at this point.
Jones had three straight 100-yard efforts before his 21-carry, 77-yard, one-touchdown effort against the Jags. He's now eighth in the league in rushing (781 yards) with 8 TDs. He's a No. 1 fantasy RB against the 17th-ranked Pats' rush defense, though they limited him to 54 yards in Week 2 when he was splitting carries with Leon Washington.
The absence of Jerricho ‘Knee to the' Cotchery in the lineup after getting hurt in Week 5 really seemed to hurt the Jets. He's developed a rapport with Sanchez, catching 6 balls for 68 yards and a TD against the Jags. He is a No. 3 fantasy WR but not a terrible start against the Pats.
Edwards caught 3 passes for 79 yards against the Jags. Both of his TDs this year were against Miami. He's a No. 3 fantasy WR with a decently high upside, maybe just a touch less valuable than the Cotch Man.
Old touchy Feely was 3-for-3 against Jacksonville and moved to 16-for-18 on the year. He kicked a 55-yarder against Miami, going 2-for-2 one game prior. He's a No. 1 kicker, among the top six in the league in both FG and FGA.
Brady had his fourth consecutive 300-yard game against the Colts, going 29-for-42 for 375 yards with 3 TDs and 1 INT in Indy. He's second in the NFL in yards and in TDs. He is obviously a must-start in any league, regardless of the circumstances.
Maroney had a poor game against Indy, carrying 13 times for 31 yards with a TD for the fourth consecutive game. He split carries with Kevin Faulk, who had a much more productive day, despite coming up about nine inches shy of that pivotal first down. Who knows what Coach Belichick has in mind from week to week?
Against the Colts last week, Moss gave the national TV audience a special treat with 9 catches for 179 yards and 2 TD. He leads the league in receiving yards with 891 and ranks among the top five in TDs and receptions. He's an elite WR and a must-start every week, though he's got a tough matchup ahead with Darrelle Revis -- arguably the league's best corner -- who held Moss to 4 for 24 in Week 2.
Even after missing two weeks earlier in the season, Welker is second in the league with 64 catches. He caught 9 balls, going for 94 yards against Indy but was held out of the end zone for the second game in a row after a three-week scoring streak. If you're in a PPR league, he's elite. If not, he's just very good.
Even after getting smoked by Peyton Manning to the tune of 35 points and 407 yards, they are one of the league's best units in yards per game and points per game. They should be able to do some things against a confused rookie at home. Recommendation to start.