100 pass yards, 2 INTWith the Bills often playing from behind, Fitzpatrick will have an opportunity to put up decent numbers. Coming off a bye, there's a chance the Bills come out rejuvenated as well. Still, on a bad team, Fitzpatrick should be a last resort fantasy option.
2 rec, 20 rec yards, 60 rush yards, 1 rush TDWith Marshawn Lynch out of the picture, Jackson should resume his starting role. He is averaging 5.0 YPC behind a bad offensive line, and could be a solid option going forward with so few weapons in the passing game.
2 rec, 30 yardsEvans has been targeted 22 times in the three games since Ryan Fitzpatrick took over at quarterback, so the opportunity is there. Still, it took until last week for Evans to find the end zone. His upside is very limited on a bad offense.
2 rec, 25 yardsParrish is on pace for a career-best 45 receptions. Those are solid numbers for someone who has always been better known as a return man. Fantasy-wise, Parrish should only be given a look in deeper leagues, but he has some value nonetheless.
3 rec, 25 yardsWith two touchdowns in Week 5, Johnson has four total on the season. He has proven very consistent as a third receiver, with Lee Evans and Roscoe Parrish garnering more attention.
1 PAT, 1 FGHe's 6-for-8 on field goals this season, with both misses coming from beyond 50 yards. He's a fine kicker, but with Buffalo's woeful offense and bad weather upcoming, Lindell is one to avoid.
1 sack, 1 FumbleThe Bills are last in the league, giving up over 32 points per game. The fact that the Ravens offense has a pulse makes this a bad matchup for Buffalo.
155 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 10 rush yardsThe Bills have given up 10 touchdowns to one interception against opposing quarterbacks this season. The only thing that doesn't make this a great matchup for Flacco is the fact that the Ravens may run the ball too well for him to put up big numbers.
3 rec, 15 rec yards, 1 rec TD, 105 rush yards, 1 rush TDBefore their bye last week, the Bills were last in the league giving up more than 150 rushing yards per game. Willis McGahee didn't record a single touch last week, meaning Rice should be free to carve up the Bills at will.
6 rec, 100 yards, 1 TDBoldin is the Ravens' top target near the end zone with four touchdown receptions on the season. He should keep paying big dividends as the season goes on, especially against a bad Bills defense.
6 rec, 70 yardsMason led the Ravens in targets the last two weeks, with 16 total. While he isn't the red zone option that Anquan Boldin is, he has a firmly established a rapport with Joe Flacco and could be a solid option in PPR leagues as the season continues.
2 rec, 25 yardsHeap's production has been consistently in the middle of the road. He has recorded three or four receptions in four of his last five outings. Against the Bills, Heap should find plenty of open space. He's a decent option if your starter is on a bye.
3 PATs, 2 FGsCundiff has been poor from long range this season -- just 1-for-3 from beyond 40 yards -- but with seven made field goals on the season he has decent value as bye-week filler.
4 sacks, 2 INT, 2 FumblesThe Ravens have proven much more susceptible on the ground than anyone could have expected, giving up 105.5 yards per game. Still, the Bills' offense is so pitiful that the Ravens should rebound nicely. Baltimore is a safe start this week.
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