The Chiefs completely shut Vick down last week, and he'll have 10 days to think about it by time Sunday rolls around. I think the Broncos win handily, but Vick gives his owners a nice game.
Three weeks, three absolute monster games for McCoy. The trend continues this week.
Brown will be marginalized in this game with the Broncos jumping out to a big lead early.
Jackson had his first down game of the year last week, catching three passes for 62 yards. He'll get back on track for his owners this week.
Avant led the team with eight targets a week ago, catching five of them for 87 yards. I'm ready to endorse him as a depth guy.
Celek had five targets last week, catching two of them for 18 yards. I don't see him doing much better against Denver.
Henery went 1-for-2 last week, making a 29-yarder. While it's nice to have a kicker in a good offense, I don't see him getting much of a chance this week.
You pretty much don't want to play any defense going up against Peyton Manning and the Broncos right now.
The Broncos play Dallas next week, but get Jacksonville, Indy and Washington the following three weeks. Manning could have 2,500 yards and 25 TDs heading into their Week 9 bye.
Moreno actually had the worst day of the three Denver backs against Oakland, but he remains the starter.
Hillman ran for 66 yards and a TD on nine carries last week. He should be owned, but cannot be started.
Ball ran the ball well last week, totaling 61 yards on 11 carries, but he lost another fumble in the fourth quarter. So long as he keeps putting the ball on the ground, he's going to be hard for John Fox to trust.
Thomas had 10 catches for 94 yards against the Raiders. It'll be his turn to be the big star among the receivers this week.
Decker had another big game last week, catching eight passes for 133 yards and a TD. He won't be the only Bronco receiver to star on Sunday.
Welker caught seven of his eight targets for 84 yards and a TD last week. I'm guessing he doesn't miss New England too much.
Thomas caught three passes for 37 yards last week, but found his way into the end zone yet again. He'll be held out for the first time this season on Sunday.
Prater has been busy this year, and the thin air of Denver certainly provides a great environment. He's a weekly starter.
You may want to start everyone on this offense, but the Denver defense really doesn't do much for fantasy owners on a weekly basis.
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