It took Griffin 50 attempts to get to 326 yards, and he didn't factor into the scoring at all. It has already been a nightmare season in the capital.
Morris ran the ball efficiently against Detroit, picking up 73 yards and a TD on 15 carries. He's keeping up his end of the bargain.
Garcon picked up another 13 targets last week, catching eight of them for 73 yards. With all the opportunities he gets, he could easily be a top-10 receiver.
Hankerson had seven targets last week, catching three of them for 21 yards. There's no reason to consider him.
Moss caught seven of the nine balls thrown his way last week for 77 yards. You may want to throw him a roster spot in deeper leagues.
Morgan had just two targets last week. If you're still holding onto him for some reason, you can let him go.
Reed continues to have a role in the offense, catching five passes for 50 yards last week. Look for a similar performance in Oakland if he's healthy.
With Fred Davis fading, Paulsen could be the No. 1 tight end in Washington. Doesn't mean you want to start him, though.
Forbath missed his second straight game with a groin injury, but Washington is hopeful he'll be back this week.
Washington could easily set a record for most passing yards allowed in a season.
Pryor had a productive fantasy day against Denver, but left after suffering a concussion late. Keep an eye on his practice schedule this week.
The Raiders had to abandon the run game after getting down early to Denver. McFadden should bounce back this week.
Moore ended up posting a big day thanks to a meaningless 73-yard TD. He should find the Washington defense quite inviting.
Streater had three receptions for 42 yards against Denver. He could be a WR3 if Terrelle Pryor can go.
Janikowski didn't get a chance to attempt a field goal last week, but that should change against Washington.
Well, last week's game against the Broncos pretty much went as expected. The Raiders could have a solid showing this week, though.
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