170 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 15 rush yards, 1 INTMcNabb struggled against the Bears last week, completing just over 50 percent passes for 200 yards and one touchdown to two interceptions. He should bounce back somewhat against the Lions, but McNabb is still a limited fantasy option.
1 rec, 10 rec yards, 100 rush yards, 1 rush TDThat's two straight games with over 20 carries and 100 yards for Torain. The Lions' 27th-ranked rush defense gives him a good chance to extend his streak.
5 rec, 75 yards, 1 TDIn a league full of boom-or-bust receivers, Moss has been a beacon of consistency. He has just two games or more than 100 yards, but is still fifth in the league with 548 yards receiving. Against Detroit's 20th-ranked pass defense, Moss is a strong play.
5 rec, 50 yardsArmstrong has seen his role increase with Devin Thomas out of the picture in Washington. Still, as long as the passing game remains in neutral, Armstrong will struggle to be very productive.
3 rec, 35 yardsCooley is not far behind Santana Moss as Donovan McNabb's favorite target in the passing game. His 35 receptions are tied for second among all tight ends, making Cooley an easy start against a poor Lions' secondary.
2 PATs, 3 FGsGano fell to 13-for-18 on field goals for the season following a 37-yard miss last Sunday. He is second in the league in attempts, however, so unless your league subtracts for misses, Gano is still a decent fantasy option going forward.
3 sacks, 1 INT, 1 FumbleThey looked better against the Bears last week, but the Redskins are still statistically the second-worst defense in the NFL, giving up 406 yards per game. The Lions have been clicking offensively as well.
205 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 1 INTAfter missing five games following a shoulder injury, Matthew Stafford will return to the lineup this week. Stafford will take his fair share of shots downfield against a Redskins defense that is statistically second worst in the NFL.
3 rec, 20 rec yards, 50 rush yardsBest has cooled off from his big first two weeks, but he has managed to stay productive in PPR leagues with 31 receptions. The Redskins defense hasn't been very good at stopping anything this season, so Best could return to form.
5 rec, 85 yards, 2 TDThings are on the up for Johnson: He is coming off a 146-yard performance against the Giants, Matt Stafford should be back at quarterback and he has had a week to rest his shoulder. Oh, and the Redskins' secondary is of the league's worst.
2 rec, 20 yardsBurleson has been able to do just enough to keep double teams away from Calvin Johnson. His upside is limited, but with 10 receptions and two touchdowns in his last two games, there is definitely value here.
5 rec, 45 yardsPettigrew has taken over as an important piece in the Lions' offense, with 34 receptions so far putting him in line for 90 by season's end. The only downside here is his lonely one touchdown catch on the season.
4 rec, 35 yardsScheffler has found a way to remain productive despite being the team's second tight end. Nate Burleson's return in Week 5 may have knocked Scheffler down a peg in the passing progression, but he's a still decent option if you're desperate on a bye.
2 PATs, 2 FGsThe Lions are moving the ball well between the 20s but not quite well enough in the red zone, giving Hanson plenty of field goal opportunities. His 13 attempts rank seventh in the league.
1 sack, 1 INT, 1 FumbleThere's really no reason to consider the Lions' defense on any week, especially not against a decent Redskins offense.
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