The Redskins have allowed 1,023 yards and six touchdowns through the air already this season. It's going to be a nice day for Stafford.
With Reggie Bush likely out due to a knee injury, Bell is worth starting this week.
That's more like it. After just four catches for 30 yards in Week 1, Johnson had six receptions for 116 yards and a score last week. He'll keep it rolling against Washington.
Burleson had eight targets last week and could be in for a nice day against the shoddy Washington secondary.
We'll have to wait to see whether Broyles gets on the field this week, but he has apparently recovered from knee surgery.
After another disappointing week for Pettigrew, I'm writing him off as a fantasy option this season.
Washington's defense has been a sieve, giving kickers plenty of scoring opportunities. That will continue with Akers' big day Sunday.
Detroit's defensive line gets a ton of attention, but this defense as a whole quite simply isn't very good.
Washington has lost both games this year, but Griffin has thrown up some impressive garbage-time stats. His owners should be encouraged.
Morris had a huge day on the ground against the Packers, rushing for 107 yards on just 13 carries. He'll have another big day against an overrated Lions defense.
Garcon again had double-digit targets and caught eight of them for 143 yards and a TD. I'd be shocked if he didn't finish the year as a WR1.
Hankerson caught all three balls thrown his way for 35 yards last week, but he's too much of a lottery ticket to count on in fantasy leagues.
Moss found the end zone against the Packers, but there are far too many receiving options on this team to rely on him.
Morgan has some big-play ability, but he's way too far down the depth chart for fantasy owners to consider him.
Davis was a no-show again last week and now is dealing with two other tight ends in the offense.
If I had to own a Washington tight end, I'd make it Reed. However, I don't have to own a Washington tight end.
Forbath missed last week's game with a groin injury, making it very hard to count on him this week.
Another week, another terrible performance from this defense. Stay far, far away.
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