Manuel threw for 210 yards and a touchdown last week and is a solid QB2 against a Tampa Bay defense that allows the third-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Jackson took a back seat to C.J. Spiller last week, and while that may be a theme for the rest of the season, he still has low-end RB2 value.
Spiller's owners were rewarded for their patience last week as he ran for 149 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries. He's a strong play this week, though the Bucs have allowed the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Woods could benefit this week simply by avoiding Darelle Revis.
Johnson didn't do much with a great matchup last week and couild be stranded on Revis Island on Sunday.
Chandler had four catches for 63 yards last week. Stay away from him this week.
Carpenter made his only field-goal attempt last week and is now 23-for-25 on the season.
The Bills sacked Matt Ryan six times last week, but allowed the Falcons to score 31 points. They're a low-end starting option this week.
Glennon struggled against the Panthers last week, though there is no shame in that. He's a mid-tier QB2 against the Bills.
Rainey ran for 63 yards on 17 carries agianst the Panthers last week. The Bills have not been bad against the run, making Rainey a low-end RB2/high-end RB3 this week.
Jackson could be in for a huge day agianst a Buffalo defense that allows the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
If you're struggling at receiver this week, Underwood might be able to help. The Bills allow the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Wright has been up and down since vaulting into the fantasy consciousness. Buffalo has done well against tight ends, allowing the ninth-fewest fantasy points per game to the position.
Lindell made two of his three field-goal attempts last week and is now 18-for-24 on the season.
The Bucs intercepted Cam Newton twice last week, but they should not be considered in fantasy leagues, period.
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