Roethlisberger threw for just 170 yards and a touchdown against the Ravens a week ago. Oakland ranks 16th in fantasy points allowed per game to quarterbacks. This is not a slam dunk by any means.
Bell racked up 93 yards on 19 carries against a strong Balitmore run defense. He should be started in all formats this week.
Brown caught six of his seven targets for 50 yards last week. The Raiders have allowed the 13th most fantasy points per game to wide receivers.
Sanders got just two targets last week, catching one of them for seven yards. He could be sneaky play with all the regular starters sitting because of byes.
Cotchery caught four passes for 41 yards a week ago. There are six teams on bye this week, but I still wouldn't turn to Cotchery unless I were in a very deep league.
Miller had just two catches for 17 yards against the Ravens. You should feel comfortable playing him as usual, though.
Suisham made four more field goals last week and now has eight in Pittsburgh's last two games.
On the surface this might seem like a good matchup, but I think Terrelle Pryor will give the Steelers fits.
The Steelers have surrendered the fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, but they have not faced a dual threat like Pryor this season.
McFadden ran well in his first game back from a hamstring injury, and that was two weeks ago. I'd get him in your lineup this week.
Moore and Terrelle Pryor have developed a great relationship with one another, something they'll need in a tough matchup with the Steelers.
Streater has clearly taken a secondary role to Denarius Moore in the offense.
Janikowski is always worth a shot in leagues that award bonus points for distance, but he's not among the elite at the position.
I like the Raiders to win here, but it won't be because of a huge fantasy effort from the defense.
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