Flacco had a huge game against the Packers, throwing for 342 yards, 10.1 YPA and two touchdowns. The matchup isn't quite as friendly this week, as the Steelers have been the stingiest defense in the league against quarterbacks in fantasy points.
Rice ran for just 34 yards on 14 carries against the Packers. You're only benching him if you have a wealth of options, but the Steelers have allowed the third least fantasy points per game to running backs.
Pierce is nothing more than a change of pace out of the backfield.
The Packers totally shut Smith down, limiting him to one catch for 12 yards. The Steelers present a challenge, but you're starting him for sure.
Jones played in his first game since Week 1, catching two passes for 42 yards and a score. You can add him in deep leagues.
Brown returned from a hamstring injury to catch three passes for 71 yards last week. We'll see if he can stay ahead of Jacoby Jones on the depth chart.
Clark caught four of his six targets for 81 yards last week, and has slowly become a trusted weapon for Joe Flacco. He could be worth adding if you need help at the position.
Tucker made his only field goal last week, a chippy from 23 yards. He's 12-for-14 this season.
Pittsburgh's offensive line has struggled all year, and games between these two teams usually become defensive struggles. This is a good week to start the Ravens.
Roethlisberger played well considering last week's opponent, throwing for 264 yards, 8.8 YPA and a TD against the Jets. He's outside the starting class this week, though.
Check in with Bell's owner after this week. Assuming he struggles, you might be able to buy him very low.
Brown got 11 more targets last week, catching nine of them for 86 yards. Only four teams allow fewer fantasy points to wide receivers than the Ravens.
Sanders had three catches for 70 yards and a touchdown against the Jets last week. He could be a decent fill-in during bye weeks, but this is not a beneficial matchup.
Miller caught six of his seven targets for 84 yards last week. He's a top-12 tight end for the rest of the year.
Suisham made four field goals last week, and could be in for another busy day against the Ravens.
Pittsburgh played great last week, sacking Geno Smith three times, picking him off twice, and holding the Jets to 267 total yards and nine points.
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