�Sucio' Sanchez had another unimpressive statistical afternoon against the Panthers, going 13/17 for 154 yards 1 INT in the Jets' tight win. He's definitely showed a whole lot of growing pains recently, with 5 TD and 12 INT over the last six games. He isn't a sound fantasy start at this point.
Jones had hit the century mark in four of the five games prior to his a 25 carry, 75 yard, 1 TD performance against Carolina. He's 6th in the league in rushing (959 yards) with 9 TD. He's an easy choice as a No. 1 fantasy RB, against the bottom ranked Bills run defense. He had 210 yards against them Week 6.
Cotchery caught 1 balls for 12 yards against the Panthers. He came into the week having scored a TD in two consecutive gamse. Regardless of the lousy game, he’s developed a rapport with the kid. He is a No. 3 fantasy WR, not a terrible start against Buffalo.
Edwards caught 3 balls for 40 yards against Carolina the week after catching just 1 pass for 10 yards against the Pats. Both of his TDs this year were against Miami. He's a low-end No. 3 fantasy WR with an upside, definitely less valuable than the Cotch Man.
Keller? Sure she embarrassed me, but that's a bit harsh. What am I, the �Trinity Killer?' Dustin had 4 catches for 68 yards against the Jags Week 10. He has 21 catches in his last four games, and might be blossoming into the TE you thought you had when you drafted him. 10-14 range of TE.
7th in the league in PPG and 2th in YPG, Rex Ryan's unit has been a good start all year. They capital-D Dominated the Panthers, picking Jake Delhomme off 4 times, sacking him thrice and limiting them to 6 points and 179 yards. They are a good No. 1 fantasy D against a Bills team that's struggled to score at times (26th in PPG).
Who knew that �Gory' Rory had a second gear? He took off down the sideline on his 31-yard TD scamper like he was a wideout. Fitzie had a nice afternoon against the Fish going 17/26 for 246 yards with 1 TD and 1 INT and the aforementioned long TD run. He's certainly not a No. 1 QB option, but if you're allowed to play a QB as a flex, there are worse options out there.
Lynch left the Jags' game in the second quarter with a shoulder injury. This past week, he ran the ball 3 times for 6 yards. Is his shoulder still hurt, or did he lose his job to Action Jackson, who's been more productive all year? Good question... Lynch hasn't had more than 19 carries or 69 yards on the year and only has 1 TD. You shouldn't play him. Jax is a better start.
�Action' Jackson had more carries against the Dolphins than in any game since Week 6 and has been more effective than Marshawn Lynch all year. Against Miami, he carried 15 times for 73 yards with 2 TD to go with 5 catches for 43 yards. With Lynch carrying less, even healthy, Jackson becomes a No. 3 RB against the Jets' 13th ranked run D.
T.O. had his third good game in a row against Miami, catching 5 balls for 96 yards and a TD. This performance came on the heels of his Bills' breakout game, a 9 ball, 197 yard game against the Jags that included a 98-yard TD- the longest pass play in Bills' history. He's a low-end No. 2 WR against the league's best corner, Darrelle Revis.
Evans had 2 receptions for 40 yards against Miami, two weeks after scoring twice against Tennessee. With 5 TD on the year, he's a decent No. 3 WR option against the Jets, though he hasn't gone for more than 75 yards in a game. The WR going against the Jets' No. 2 corner has had plenty of balls thrown his way all year long.
He went 1 for 2 against the Fish including a 57-yarder to bring him to 18 for 21 on the year. �Lucky' Lindell is a very good kicker and an advisable fantasy start, as he is a key scoring option on a low scoring team, 8th in the league in FG.
They're tops in the league in INT with 21, so they've got that going for them, which is nice. Unfortch, they're also 23rd in the league in YPG and 17th in PPG. They're a decent situational start against the eminently pickable Sanchez.