Weeden threw for 292 yards, two touchdowns and two picks agianst the Lions. The Packers can be thrown on, but you should be able to find a better option.
McGahee ran for just 37 yards on 10 carries against the Lions. He's nothing but a matchup play or a guy you'd use if you need a bye-week replacement.
Ogbonnaya earned himself some deep-league consideration by catching seven of his 12 targets for a 61 yards and a TD.
Gordon put up a big game against Detroit, catching seven passes for 126 yards. The Packers allow the fifth most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Bess is nothing if not consistent, catching exactly two passes for the third consecutive week.
Cameron caught five of his six targets for 64 yards last week. The Packers have allowed the fourth most fantasy points per game to tight ends. He's a surefire start this and every week.
Cundiff made his only field goal attempt last week. He is now 9-for-11 on the season and isn't your best option this week or most others either.
The Browns have played well overall this season, but they struggled against the Lions attack and will likely suffer the same fate in Green Bay.
Rodgers has thrown for just three TDs in the last three weeks, and topped 300 yards last week for the first time since Green Bay's second game of the year. Now he's without Randall Cobb for basically the rest of the season. I'm not at all worried about him, but he's clearly running behind Peyton Manning and Drew Brees.
Lacy is officially an RB2 after racking up 120 yards on 23 carries against a Baltimore defense that had allowed the fewest rushing yards per game heading into the contest.
Nelson's already impressive numbers could go through the roof with Randall Cobb injured. He should see double-digit targets in every game.
Boykin steps into the void created by Randall Cobb's injury. He caught one of his six targets last week, but it did go for 43 yards.
Jones may play after suffering a knee injury against the Ravens last week. If he starts, you will want to play him.
Finley should see an increase in targets with Randall Cobb on the shelf. I consider him a weekly starter for the rest of the season.
Crosby went 4-for-5 on field goals last week and is now 13-for-14 on the season. He should be started every week.
The Packers sacked Joe Flacco five times last week, a shocking number without Clay Matthews. They're a nice stream play this week.