It has been a nightmare season in Washington. I don't trust anyone on the team but Alfred Morris.
Morris surpassed the 1,000-yard mark last week. Start him with confidence against an Atlanta defense that has allowed the seventh-most fantasy points to running backs.
Garcon got 12 targets last week, but caught just five of them for 37 yards. You should start him, but it's hard to feel good about most anyone on this team.
Paul is taking on an expanded role in the offense, but not a large enough one to consider him in fantasy leagues.
Moss remains a non-factor in fantasy leagues, even with Kirk Cousins getting the start.
Reed missed his third straight game last week. He's a low-end TE1 if he plays this week.
Forbath made his only field-goal attempt and is 11-for-15 on the year.
Even against a lackluster Atlanta offense, you cannot trust this defense in fantasy leagues.
That 206 yards and two touchdowns qualifies as a good game for Ryan says a lot. Still, he could be a sneaky play against a Washington defense that allows the sixth-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Washington allows the second-most fantasy points per game to running backs, making Jackson a great play this week.
If you're in a very deep league, Rodgers could be a decent play given that Washington allows the second-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
White has 18 receptions for 214 yards in the last two weeks. He's a strong play against a Washington defense that has struggled all year.
Douglas has taken a backseat in the offense ever since Roddy White finally got back to 100 percent.
Gonzalez had three receptions for 25 yards and a score last week. He's a mid-tier TE1 this week.
Bryant missed his only field-goal attempt last week. He's 19-for-22 on the year.
The Falcons had five sacks and two takeaways last week, and could be a decent stream against the struggling Redskins.
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