Patriots at Redskins
It’s finally safe to start a Redskins running back. Roy Helu received every carry last week and has 57 touches the last two games. WR Santana Moss is an excellent start against the No. 32 pass defense. Redskins QB Rex Grossman is a sleeper.
Saints at Titans
If RB Mark Ingram misses the game with turf toe, upgrade RBs Darren Sproles and Pierre Thomas. Titans RB Chris Johnson is finally back and a good start.
Eagles at Dolphins
Dolphins RB Reggie Bush has five TDs in the last five games. TE Anthony Fasano is a solid replacement for those that lost the Redskins’ Fred Davis to suspension.
Panthers at Falcons
Look for a bounce back game from Panthers WR Steve Smith. The Falcons will be without top cover corner Brent Grimes.
Buccaneers at Jaguars
Buccaneers WR Mike Williams has at least five catches or 83 yards in the last three games. The Jaguars defense has been decimated by injuries.
Texans at Bengals
Bengals WR A.J. Green will likely see a lot of Texans CB Jonathan Joseph. Green has already proven he can get it done against the best. Start him.
Vikings at Lions
Lions QB Matthew Stafford is a great play against an awful Vikings secondary. Lions WR Nate Burleson is a good start. Vikings WR Percy Harvin should be in lineups if he plays.
Chiefs at Jets
The Chiefs struggle at defending the tight ends. This should be a good game for Jets TE Dustin Keller.
Colts at Ravens
As the Ravens emphasize the run, the numbers are down for WR Anquan Boldin. He has a great matchup against small corners, but is just a low-end WR2.
Bears at Broncos
Broncos RB Willis McGahee didn’t practice Wednesday or Thursday with a knee injury. He is expected to play and if he does, play him.
49ers at Cardinals
The 49ers defense is very good, but they can give up passing yards so don’t bench Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald.
Bills at Chargers
Chargers RB Ryan Mathews is healthy again and looked terrific last week. It’s another good matchup for Chargers WR Vincent Jackson.
Raiders at Packers
If you’re in desperate need of a WR, consider the Raiders’ Chaz Schilens if Denarius Moore and Jacoby Ford don’t play.
Giants at Cowboys
Cowboys WR Miles Austin will return and becomes a better play if Laurent Robinson, who didn’t practice Thursday, sits.
Rams at Seahawks
Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch has at least 22 touches in five consecutive games and scored in eight straight making him a must-start. If the Rams start Tom Brandstater at quarterback, downgrade all their players.