The lack of weapons in Baltimore is really starting to show in Flacco's stats. I can't recommend him as a fantasy starter, and he's just a fringe option in two-QB leagues.
Pierce picked up 65 yards and a TD on 24 carries with Ray Rice on the sideline. He should get the start again this week.
Smith had another strong yardage day, catching five passes for 92 yards. In an offense where he has to make plays for the team to succeed, he could sleepwalk to 80 yards per game.
Brown had just three targets last week and cannot be trusted as anything more than a depth guy.
Clark caught four of the seven passes thrown his way last week for 47 yards. The opportunity for him is there in this offense, but he'll have to prove he's still capable.
The inability of the Baltimore offense to sustain drives in Houston's territory last week resulted in a huge game for Tucker.
Baltimore shut down Matt Schaub, limiting him to 5.5 YPA, and also kept the Houston run game quiet. They should have another nice game this week.
Manuel struggled against a strong Jets defense last week. It doesn't get any easier for him this week with the Ravens coming to town.
Spiller left last week's game with a thigh injury, though it isn't considered serious. He should start this week.
Jackson had 109 yards from scrimmage last week and appears to have cemented a significant role in the offense, making him flex worthy in certain weeks.
Another week, 13 more targets for Johnson. I would be shocked if he finishes the season outside the top 20 receivers.
Woods caught just two passes, but had 10 targets. Whether the incompletions were on him or EJ Manuel, that number is hard to ignore.
Chandler had his first big game of the year, catching five passes for 79 yards and a TD. I do not recommend giving him a go this week.
The Bills simply don't do enough scoring to consider Carpenter in fantasy leagues.
The Jets -- THE JETS! -- lit up the Bills, with Geno Smith throwing for 331 yards and Bilal Powell running for another 149. Stay away.