With Michael Vick likely out because of a hamstring injury, Foles has a big chance in the coming weeks. A few strong games could earn him the starting role.
McCoy ran for just 46 yards on 20 carries, though he salvaged the day with a TD and 46 receiving yards. Look for a strong game against the Buccaneers.
As expected, Jackson had a monster day against the Giants, catching seven passes for 132 yards and a TD. Look for him to keep it rolling against the Buccaneers.
Avant had seven targets last week, catching three of them for 37 yards. He's not a fantasy option this or any week.
Celek had three catches for 47 yards and a TD reception from likely Week 6 starter Nick Foles. His stock could rise dramatically with Foles at the helm.
Henery had a huge day, going 5-for-5 on field goal attempts. This is another good week to get him in your lineup.
The Eagles managed to produce four turnovers, but they still allowed Eli Manning to throw for 334 yards. This could be a nice matchup play, though.
Glennon looked like an overmatched rookie in his first career start, something that is likely to continue all season.
Martin has played about as well as could be expected in this nightmare situation. He should be able to take advantage of the Eagles' defense.
The move to Mike Glennon does Jackson no favors, but this matchup is too good to ignore.
With a nice matchup against the Eagles, Williams could be worth starting in deeper leagues.
The Buccaneers should be able to score a bit against the Eagles, but I can't imagine a scenario in which you'd start Lindell.
This is not a good matchup for one of the worst teams in the league.
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