Roethlisberger threw for 217 yards and two scores last week, but gets a Baltimore defense that has allowed just 10 touchdown passes in the last 10 weeks. I'd look elsehwere, if possible.
Bell racked up 98 yards from scrimmage last week, but the Ravens have allowed the third-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Brown got the better of Joe Haden last week, hauling in six passes for 92 yards and a score. He's second in the NFL with 1,044 receiving yards this year.
Sanders caught six of his seven targets for 52 yards and a score last week, but you should be able to do better than him in a tough matchup with the Ravens.
Cotchery got exactly one target last week and cannot be trusted against a strong Baltimore defense.
Miller caught five of his six targets for 41 yards last week. He's a low-end TE1 with a neutral matchup against the Ravens.
Suisham made both of his field-goal attempts last week and is now 24-for-26 on the season.
The Steelers had a great game last week, totaling four takeaways and five sacks against the Browns. They're a low-end starting option this week.
Flacco had an efficient game against the Jets, throwing for 10.5 YPA, but he had just one touchdown. He's a high-end QB2 against a Pittsburgh defense that allows the ninth-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Rice predictably struggled against the Jets, though his prospects are much improved against a Pittsburgh team allowing the 10th-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Pierce got 11 carries a week ago, his largest workload since Week 5, but turned them into just 30 yards. There is no reason to start him this week.
Smith couldn't take advantage of a great matchup in Chicago last week. Play him as usual this week.
Brown returned from injury last week, but caught just one pass for one yard. He should be firmly planted on your bench if you own him.
Jones led the Ravens with 103 yards and a touchdown last week, but he remains irrelevant in fantasy leagues.
With Dennis Pitta likely one week away from activation, this looks like the last chance for Clark to give anything to the fantasy community.
Tucker had a huge day against the Jets, connecting on all four of his field-goal attempts. He is now 24-for-26 on the season.
Threes were wild for the Ravens last week, as they forced three turnovers, sacked Geno Smith three times and held the Jets to three points. They should be started this week.
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