Week after week, it's crazy that such a seemingly lousy NFL QB has been able to put up such reasonably decent fantasy numbers. Campbell threw for 192 yards with 1 TD and 0 INT with 2 carries for 15 yards against the Broncos last week. Despite being such an inept signal-caller, Campbell throws a good ball, which makes him a decent flex or desperation option.
Betts had an impressive 26-carry, 114-yard, one-touchdown performance against the tough Broncos run defense. Hard to believe it's been three years since Betts killed it down the stretch in '06. It looks like more of the same with Portis out now. He's a good start in your No. 2 RB slot.
Moss had 2 catches for 8 yards against the Broncos last week. He's only gotten into the end zone twice and with 35 catches for 508 yards on the year, is no more than a No. 3 fantasy WR against the Cowpokes.
‘Fred's Got Slacks' Davis led the team with 8 targets, 4 catches and 50 yards against Denver. He's not a bad option here since Chris Cooley went down. Scouts have been long on his talent since he played for USC. Davis should be a No. 2 or low-end No.1 fantasy TE against Dallas.
Suisham is a perfect 12-for-12 on the year, including going 2-for-2 against the Broncos. He is a semi-advisable start because of his perfect season, though definitely not because of the Redskins' offense.
The ‘Skins stopped the bleeding with a big 27-17 win over Denver. Before that game, they'd been mired in one of those season-long tailspins that we bear witness to every year. Their stats were padded last week because the Broncos suffered a big drop off when Chris Simms replaced an injured Kyle Orton. Dallas could bounce back big after their disappointing performance at Green Bay. Mild recommendation to avoid.
Romo had a rough week, and the 'Boys suffered a tough 17-7 loss at Lambeau. That said, he's gone over 250 yards every week since Week 2. He went 24-for-39 for 251 yards, 1 TD and 1 INT against Pack. He has 10 TDs and 2 INT in his last five games while averaging 295 yards a game. He should be a No. 1 fantasy option against a ‘Skins team that was having a lot of trouble with Kyle Orton until he got hurt.
Barber went for just 26 yards on 5 attempts against Green Bay. He hasn't been great all year, playing banged up and only going over 100 yards once. He hasn't surpassed 53 rushing yards since Week 2. Still, he's the No. 1 RB on a good offense and, with 4 TD on the year, is a low-end No. 2 fantasy option against the Skins' 24th-ranked run D at Lambeau.
Jones had 3 carries for 6 yards against the Pack. He's got explosive talent but is pinned behind Barber here. His best utility is as a handcuff to Barber, especially as Barber is so often banged up, but he isn't worthy of a start against the Redskins.
Baby steps to the bus station. Baby steps onto the bus. Baby steps to fantasy credibility. Williams took another step forward against Green Bay. He led the Cowboys in catches and yards with 5 catches for 105 yards and a TD. It was his first 100-yard game on the year. With 24 catches for 429 yards and 3 TD on the year, Williams is a No. 3 option with late-season upside.
'Stone Cold' Miles Austin had 4 catches for just 20 yards against the Pack despite being targeted a team high 9 times. That's as much a credit to the Packers' nasty corners as it is a knock on Austin. His four-week TD streak came to an end in Wisconsin. He is nonetheless a low-end No. 1/high-end No. 2 fantasy WR against Washington, with 632 yards and 7 TD on the year.
Though tied for second in the league among TEs with 49 catches, Witten has been a kitten in the red zone with only 1 TD. His 5 catches for 47 yards against the Pack is a decent performance in PPR leagues, but why isn't he a target inside the 20? He's still a safe top-10 TE, just below the guys who are primo red zone targets.
Despite a quiet 0-for-1 outing against Green Bay, Folk's is 14-for-18 on the year and a No. 1 fantasy kicker -- 10th in the league in FGs on a good offensive team. He's typically a recommendation to start.
Ranking 16th in yards allowed, Dallas' DST had 4 sacks and a forced fumble while holding in check one of the league's best scoring offenses. They're a lower-level No. 1 unit against the ‘Skins, the 28th-best scoring team in the league. After this game, they get Oakland. It's a good time to own the Cowboys' D.