Dalton enjoyed predictable success against the Bills last week. Detroit is a decent, though not overwhelming, pass defense. Dalton should push starter status this week.
Bernard was shut down as a runner last week, but caught six passes for 72 yards and a TD. It's that ability that has him ahead of BenJarvus Green-Ellis in the pecking order.
Green-Ellis remained a big part of last week's gameplan, racking up 86 yards on 18 carries. Detroit allows 20.2 fantasy points per game to running backs, making BJGE a potential flex this week.
That's more like it. Green had six receptions for 103 yards and a TD last week. He'll keep that right on going against the Lions.
Sanu is an important part of the Bengals offense, but he doesn't do nearly enough to rate for fantasy players.
Gresham had two receptions for five yards this week. He should not be anywhere near your radar.
Eifert got just three targets last week, hauling in two of them for 13 yards. He hasn't quite caught on the way many fantasy owners thought he would.
Nugent went 2-for-3 on field goal attempts last week, and could be in for a big day in the friendly confines of Ford Field.
They held the Patriots to six points two weeks ago, then gave up 24 to the Thad Lewis-led Bills. This isn't a great matchup, though you're likely rolling with them if they're on your roster.
Stafford looked more like himself with Calvin Johnson back on the field, even though Johnson didn't do much of anything. He's a good play this week.
Bush continues to impress as a runner, racking up 78 yards on 17 carries against a strong Cleveland defense last week. It's not much easier with the Bengals in town.
Bell remains a change of pace back for the Lions. You can't drop him, but you can't start him with Reggie Bush healthy.
Johnson was likely still dealing with the effects of a knee injury last week, as he caught just three passes for 25 yards. You have more guts than me if you bench a guy like this.
Durham had 13 targets last week, catching eight of them for 83 yards. He should be stashed on your roster, though I would not consider him a starter this week.
The rookie caught three passes last week, all of which went for six points, and I'd love to see him score again, just so we could be treated to another dance. He could be the weapon Detroit has been lacking in the passing game alongside Calvin Johnson.
Pettigrew caught four passes for 36 yards and watched fellow tight end Joseph Fauria reel in three TD receptions.
Akers made his only field goal attempt last week, a shot from 51 yards out. He's a real weapon for the Lions.
The Lions picked off Brandon Weeden twice, but they also surrendered nearly 400 yards. This is not the week to use them.
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