Luck continues to be a better real-life than fantasy quarterback, as he put up a solid-though-not-spectacular 229 yards and two TDs last week. I do like this matchup for him.
Now that he has the backfield all to himself, we'll see if Richardson can do something about that pesky 3.1 yards per carry number.
It was a ho-hum day for Wayne last week, as he caught six passes for 65 yards. He'll turn it up against the Chargers.
Hilton had a monster day last week, catching five passes for 140 yards and two TDs. Get him right back in your lineup against the Chargers.
Fleener had two receptions for 15 yards last week. The Chargers have been right around league average against tight ends, so feel free to use him as you normally would.
Vinatieri made both his field goal attempts last week and is 9-for-11 on the year, missing both of his attempts from beyond 50 yards.
This defense didn't do much of anything against the Seahawks last week and should not be started in San Diego.
Rivers threw for more than 400 yards for the third time this year, though this time it was in a losing effort. The matchup with the Colts is solid.
Woodhead is a PPR machine and looks like a weekly starter in full PPR leagues.
With Ryan Mathews likely out due to a concussion, Brown will have to step into the breach. He shouldn't be on your radar.
Brown had seven receptions for 117 yards against the Raiders. He's the No. 1 receiver in San Diego and is a strong WR3 the rest of the year.
Royal had three catches for 26 yards a week ago. If you're still holding onto him because of what he did the first two weeks of the season, just stop.
Gates caught seven passes for 74 yards last week, and should do well even though the Colts have limited opposing tight ends this season.
Novak went 1-for-2 on field goals last week. There are far too many superior options to consider him for your squad.
There isn't any reason to ever consider playing the San Diego defense.