Smith had a terrible day against the Bills, completing just 8-of-23 passes for 103 yards and three interceptions. There's no reason for anyone to own him in fantasy leagues.
Ivory had a great day against the Bills, running for 98 yards and a score on 17 carries. The Ravens are a completely different beast, though, allowing the third-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Powell got just five carries last week. At this point, it'll take an injury to Chris Ivory to make him fantasy-relevant again.
Holmes caught two passes for 71 yards in his return to the field last week. He's not a recommended play against the Ravens.
Nelson had all of one reception for 12 yards last week. Even though he'll replace Stephen Hill in the starting lineup, it's hard to trust him.
Hill remarkably didn't catch any of his seven targets last week. Keep him on your bench.
Cumberland salvaged his day with a touchdown, but he had just four targets. He's not an option in fantasy leagues.
Folk finally missed his first field goal attempt of the season last week, but you should give him a pass for the wind-blown miscue. He's now 23-for-24 on the season.
The Jets got obliterated by the Bills last week and simply don't have the sort of consistency that would make them a reliable stream play this week.
Flacco struggled against the Bears and the weather last week, throwing for 162 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. He's a QB2 against a Jets defense allowing the 14th-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Rice finally had a big day, picking up 131 yards and a touchdown against the Bears. The Jets present a much tougher matchup, as they've allowed the second-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Pierce carried the ball 10 times for 18 yards last week and remains nothing more than a handcuff.
Smith couldn't take advantage of a great matchup because of the terrible conditions in Chicago last week. Play him as usual this week.
Brown was inactive for last week's game against the Bears. Even if he returns this week, he shouldn't be in anyone's fantasy lineup.
Jones caught two passes for 18 yards last week. He's far outside the fantasy picture.
Clark caught two passes for 31 yards last week and is not an option in fantasy leagues.
Tucker made both of his field-goal attempts last week and is now 20-for-22 on the season.
The Ravens didn't do much against the Bears, managing just two sacks. They're a strong play this week, though.
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