While Smith has been in game-manager mode most of the year, he could break out of that this week. The Bills have allowed the second-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Charles finally had his 100-total-yards-and-a-touchdown streak snapped last week, though it was only because he didn't find the end zone. He's my non-Peyton-Manning MVP of the first half.
This is the week Bowe finally pays off for his owners. The Bills have allowed the most fantasy points per game to wide receivers.
McCluster caught seven passes for 67 yards and a touchdown last week, and could be worth considering with six teams on bye.
Avery had three catches for 31 yards last week and may have been surpassed by Dexter McCluster in the game plan.
Fasano had just two catches for 14 yards last week. He remains well outside the fantasy picture.
Succop went 3-for-4 on field-goal attempts last week. Not a bad day at the office. He's now 15-for-18 on the season.
The Chiefs disappointed their owners last week, getting just one sack and one turnover against Jason Campbell and the Browns. They'll make up for it this week.
Lewis was doubtful as of Friday. If he doesn't start, it'll be Jeff Tuel or Matt Flynn. That could portend good things for the Chiefs defense and a tough day for Buffalo's other fantasy options.
Jackson ran for 45 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries last week, and could have the backfield all to himself again on Sunday.
Spiller has recovered from his ankle sprain and is good to go for Sunday. It's a huge lift for the Bills, but fantasy owners shouldn't expect much against the Chiefs.
Johnson got 11 more targets last week, catching seven of them for 72 yards and a touchdown. Get him in there every single week.
Woods only had one catch for seven yards a week ago. His brief time as a deep-league option seems to have passed.
Chandler caught seven passes for 72 yards last week, but you should only be considering him if you're truly needy at the position.
Carpenter made one of his two field-goal attempts last week, and is 16-for-18 on the season.
The Bills predictably struggled against the Saints, and I don't like their chances with the mistake-free Chiefs that much better.