Glennon played a respectable game against the Eagles last week, throwing for 273 yards, two TDs and an interception. You don't want to start him, but his poise is good news for Vincent Jackson, Mike Williams and Doug Martin.
Martin churned out 91 yards on 20 touches last week. Atlanta has done well against opposing runners, but it looked terrible in its last game against the Jets.
Jackson caught nine passes for 114 yards and two TDs last week. The Falcons have allowed the fourth most fantasy points to receivers this year.
Williams is worth starting if he can come back from the hamstring injury that kept him out last week.
Wright burst on the scene last week, catching seven passes for 91 yards. Keep an eye on him this week.
Lindell knocked through two field goals against the Eagles last week. He is just 5-for-7 on the season.
The Buccaneers struggled mightily against the Eagles, as expected. They actually feature a solid pass defense, but you cannot consider starting them.
The Julio Jones injury kills Ryan's fantasy value. I have him outside the top 12 for the remainder of the season.
Rodgers is too risky this week. He's already sharing time with Jason Snelling, and could be a total afterthought if Steven Jackson returns.
I'd stay away from both Snelling and Jacquizz Rodgers if Steven Jackson returns this week. It's just too muddy a situation.
Douglas could be the real beneficiary with Julio Jones on the shelf. Of course, he needs to prove it to us before we can trust him.
White is still dealing with the ankle sprain. I wouldn't start him on Sunday.
Gonzalez stands to benefit from Julio Jones injury in the form of more targets. I'm sliding him up my rest-of-season rankings a few notches.
Bryant remains a reliable fantasy kicker, knocking through eight of his nine attempts this season. The Julio Jones injury could bring down this whole offense, though.
This defense looked terrible in its last game against the Jets, and cannot be trusted against anyone.