350+ pass yards, 3 pass TDManning didn't throw a touchdown for the first time all season against the Chiefs. Expect defenses to keep dropping extra defenders in coverage to force the Colts to run. Still, he should feast this week on the Redskins.
3 rec, 20 rec yards, 35 rush yardsAddai hurt his shoulder during last Sunday's win over Kansas City, so double check his status this week. If he's healthy, he could be a good play against the Redskins, especially if they drop more players into coverage, opening up running lanes.
10 rush yardsThere is a chance that neither Joseph Addai nor Donald Brown will be able to play this week, in which case Hart could be solid pickup after rushing 11 times for 50 yards and a TD last week. If both starters are healthy, leave Hart on waivers.
10 rec, 125 yards, 1 TDLast week's game was a relatively quiet one for Wayne, but he still managed six receptions for 75 yards. Unless you are stacked at wide receiver, there is no reason to remove him from your starting lineup against the Cowboys.
9 rec, 95 yards, 1 TDDouble check his status but Collie (foot) should be available to play again this week. If so, his status remains the same: a reliable source of receptions with a lot of upside.
3 rec, 25 yardsGarcon had six receptions for 57 yards in his first outing back from a hamstring injury. He may not be 100 percent yet, but it's encouraging to see him involved in the offense again.
8 rec, 70 yards, 1 TDLast week's three-catch, 20-yard performance is the ugly duckling in Clark's string of solid performances. Consider the outing an anomaly and keep him in your starting lineup until further notice.
3 PATs, 1 FGVinatieri is a perfect 8-for-8 on field goals this season. He doesn't have a lot of attempts due to the Colts' efficiency in the red zone, but at least you know he won't miss and will kick plenty of extra points.
1 sack, 1 INT, 1 FumbleThe Colts have been a thoroughly mediocre defense; then again the Redskins are averaging under 18 points per game. Still, there is nothing to particularly like about Indy's D on any given week.
200 pass yards, 20 rush yards, 1 INTMcNabb hasn't set the world on fire, but at least Mike Shanahan is willing to let him throw often. He could have a nice day against the Colts, who have just three picks and eight sacks on the season.
1 rec, 5 rec yards, 60 rush yards, 1 rush TDIn his first game starting for Clinton Portis, out with a groin injury, Torain managed just 40 yards on 16 carries. He is hardly dynamic, but Torain is the unquestioned starter in Washington and that makes him valuable in deeper leagues.
1 rec, 5 rec yards, 10 rush yardsWilliams was brought up from the practice squad to back up Ryan Torain and had just one carry for one yard last week. Williams should be miles off your fantasy radar.
8 rec, 90 yardsDonovan McNabb continues to throw often, and Moss has been a big beneficiary. Outside of a sloppy matchup against the Eagles, Moss has at least 77 yards receiving in each game this season and has two outings of more than 100 yards.
2 rec, 30 yardsArmstrong is developing into a nice deep threat for Donovan McNabb, especially now that Devin Thomas has been released. Armstrong is an option deeper leagues only, but be sure to monitor whether his role continues to increase.
1 rec, 20 yardsGalloway has just seven receptions through five games and is firmly behind Anthony Armstrong on the depth chart. Unless injuries strike, Galloway isn't worth owning in any league.
4 rec, 50 yardsCooley tied for the team lead with seven receptions last week, meanwhile Fred Davis again had zero. Cooley is the unquestioned starter at tight end for the Redskins, and will continue to be one of Donovan McNabb's favorite targets along with Santana Moss.
1 PAT, 2 FGsGano has just three misses on 14 field-goal attempts this season, two of which have come from beyond 50 yards. Gano looks like a solid kicker option going forward.
1 sack, 1 FumbleThe Redskins are at the bottom of the league, allowing 410 yards per game and should be avoided like kryptonite against the Colts.