Jerome Harrison, RB, Browns
Given a start for the banged-up Browns, Harrison came through with 121 yards on 29 carries against the Bengals. With rookie James Davis lost for the season and veteran Jamal Lewis in his final throes, Harrison is Cleveland's chief option—and a prime pickup.
Austin Collie, WR, Colts
Following the lead of Pierre Garçon, Collie is the latest young wideout to emerge as a reliable target in Indy. The second-year player had six grabs for 65 yards and a TD against Seattle on Sunday; he is worth a start this week against a torn-up Titans secondary.
Chad Henne, QB, Dolphins
The Michigan alum takes over a Miami attack that is running the ball 56% of the time. But unlike Chad Pennington, the man he replaced, Henne has the arm strength to take deep shots when defenses cheat up to stop the run. He's a solid bye-week sub.
Vernon Davis, TE, 49ers
For three years fantasy owners saw only unfulfilled potential from Davis. He declared himself to be newly dedicated this season, and in the last two games he's actually been playing like it, with 10 receptions, three for touchdowns. At long last he's a top 10 tight end.
Garrett Hartley, K, Saints
Hartley returns from suspension after New Orleans' Week 5 bye and should be reclaiming kicking duties from veteran John Carney. Make the move now to snag this point-scorer in one of the league's most prolific offenses.