Foles has been named the starter if he can make it through the week. Who's brave enough to start him as a bye week replacement?
McCoy has been held in check for most of the last month, but I'm betting he gets back on track against the Raiders this week.
Jackson managed eight catches for 63 yards with Matt Barkley quarterbacking most of the game last week. He could have a big game with Foles throwing the ball.
Cooper had his two best games of the season with Nick Foles starting. He could be a sneaky play if you're desperate this week.
Avant had three catches for 54 yards last week, but he and starter Nick Foles haven't been on the same page this year.
Celek had two catches for 17 yards a week ago and should not be considered in even the deepest of leagues.
Henery didn't get an opportunity to attempt a field goal last week. He'll benefit with Nick Foles getting the start.
The Eagles couldn't force any mistakes by the Giants, and that in itself is a failure given that the Giants have 25 turnovers this year.
Pryor set an NFL record for longest run by a quarterback, but the 93-yard TD was literally the only positive thing he did for his owners. He's a high-upside QB2.
McFadden had 73 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries last week. The Eagles have done well against opposing running backs, but I'd still play him on Sunday.
Moore had just two catches for 32 yards a week ago, but the Eagles allow the second most fantasy points per game to receivers. Get him in your lineup.
Streater could be worth a play this week. The Eagles allow the second most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Janikowski did not attempt a field goal last week and really isn't worth considering in most leagues.
The Raiders had five sacks and two takeaways last week. They would have been worth streaming had Matt Barkley earned the start. Stay away now that the Eagles are going with Nick Foles under center.
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