Freeman has been the fourth-worst quarterback in the league this year according to Pro Football Focus. It won't get much better this week.
It wasn't all bad for the Bucs' offense against New Orleans, as Martin ran for 144 yards on 29 carries. He'll keep it going against the Patriots.
Jackson has found a way to be productive despite terrible performances from Josh Freeman. I like his prospects against the Patriots.
Williams was a zero for the Bucs and his fantasy owners last week. That's going to happen from time to time with fringe starters. He'll bounce back this week.
This offense is in disarray, and the effects have trickled all the way down to Lindell.
It was easy to write off a strong performance against the Jets, but after the Bucs held the Saints to 16 points and limited Drew Brees to 7.0 yards per attempt, it's time to take notice of this defense.
Until Rob Gronkowski and Danny Amendola return, it's hard to count on Brady as a starter. We all saw what happened last week.
Ridley remains my favorite buy-low candidate in the league. Act now, because you won't be able to get him on the cheap after this week.
In what many thought would be his coming-out party, Thompkins caught two of his seven targets for 47 yards, although he did have a touchdown reversed. It appears the hype might have been a bit much.
Edelman had a PPR day for the ages against the Jets, catching 13 passes for 78 yards. He's the only active receiver with Tom Brady's trust.
Dobson caught a TD last week, but had a few brutal drops and found himself in Tom Brady's doghouse. He can't be started.
No one benefits more from a fantasy standpoint due to a lack of weapons than Gostkowski.
The Patriots got three picks and four sacks against the Jets, but that had as much to do with the latter as it did with the former.