Indianapolis Colts 27, Jacksonville Jaguars 10
Colts- Whether he's scoring through the air or on the ground, QB Andrew Luck is producing. He should be in your starting lineup most weeks. WR Reggie Wayne continues to be the only other Colt worthy of starting consideration.
Jaguars- WR Cecil Shorts has emerged as a quality WR3 option (29 receptions, 561 yards and 4 TDs on the season). With the Jags greatly struggling, they are forced to throw the ball often, which means Shorts is going to continue to get a lot of opportunities.
Cincinnati Bengals 31, New York Giants 13
Giants - The Giants' offense continues to struggle and the values of QB Eli Manning, WR Victor Cruz and RB Ahmad Bradshaw are quickly decreasing. Traditionally the Giants struggle in November, so I think they'll be able to get going in the next couple weeks. But, until they do, you may want to keep Manning on your bench. Keep an eye on Bradshaw's injury.
Bengals- RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis continues to struggle, but has a great match up against the Chiefs this week. If he can't get it done this week, he'll never get it done.
READ FULL ARTICLE. CLICK CONTINUE READING
Tennessee Titans 37, Miami Dolphins 3
Titans- After a horrible beginning to the season, RB Chris Johnson has gotten back on track. He's certainly not the receiving option he once was, but the rushing yards and TDs are there (90+ yards in five straight and 4 TDs over that span).
Dolphins- WR Brian Hartline is the only Dolphin worthy of starting consideration, but he's still only a WR3 at best.
Minnesota Vikings 34, Detroit Lions 24
Lions- QB Matthew Stafford is finally starting to throw TDs (6 TDs over his last 3 games, however one game he didn't throw any). Stafford definitely isn't going to get back to the 40 TD plateau, but I still think he can get to 30.
Vikings- Coming off a horrible injury, RB Adrian Peterson is tearing teams up (171 yards and a TD). After a promising start to the season, TE Kyle Rudolph has come back to Earth (even though he had a solid game in WK 10, 7 receptions for 64 yards and a TD). Over the last five games, Rudolph has had two goose eggs. Only use him if you're desperate.
New England Patriots 37, Buffalo Bills 31
Bills- With RB Fred Jackson injured, C.J. Spiller has a chance to put up dominating numbers. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick continues to string together a quality season (337 yards and a TD).
Patriots- The Patriots continue to roll. Keep trusting QB Tom Brady, RB Stevan Ridley, WR Wes Welker, WR Brandon Lloyd and TE Rob Gronkowski.
New Orleans Saints 31, Atlanta Falcons 27
Falcons- After three consecutive off weeks, TE Tony Gonzalez put up a stellar performance (11 receptions for 122 yards and two scores). Look for him to continue his solid production down the stretch.
Saints- RB Chris Ivory may not be getting a lot of opportunities right now, but if he continues to take advantage of his chances, he's going to be given more carries. Make sure to pick him up if you have a roster spot.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 34, San Diego Chargers 24
Chargers- WR Malcom Floyd continues to be useful as a WR3 (especially in PPR leagues). RB Ryan Mathews continues to sputter, but there's still hope. Don't give up on him yet. Keep an eye on WR Danario Alexander (8 receptions for 195 yards and a score over his past two games).
Buccaneers- QB Josh Freeman has gotten back to an every week fantasy starter (719 yards and 7 TDs over his last three games). If you're league's trading deadline hasn't passed yet, I'd certainly entertain trading RB Doug Martin. It's not like I don't think he'll be a decent player the rest of the way, but rookies tend to hit a wall toward the end of the season, so there's reason to be slightly concerned and you'll be able to get a solid return.
Denver Broncos 36, Carolina Panthers 14
Broncos- Same old story for the Broncos. Keep starting QB Peyton Manning, RB Willis McGahee, WR Demaryius Thomas and WR Eric Decker.
Panthers- It's quite simple, if you can predict when the Panther's run game will be non-existent, you should start TE Greg Olsen (9 receptions for 102 yards and 2 TDs). Good luck.
Baltimore Ravens 55, Oakland Raiders 20
Raiders- It isn't always pretty, but QB Carson Palmer continues to put up respectable fantasy numbers ( 10 TDs, 1642 yards over the last five games).
Ravens- With 3 TDs over his last two games, it seems like WR Torrey Smith is finally back on track. RB Ray Rice hasn't been putting up great yardage numbers, but he continues to find the end zone.
Seattle Seahawks 28, New York Jets 7
Jets- Continue keeping the Jets on your bench. Unless you're in a PPR league, then feel free to use WR Jeremy Kerley as a WR3.
Seahawks- WR Sidney Rice isn't getting a lot of receptions, but over his last five games he's found the endzone 5 times. Let's hope he continues his hot streak after his bye week.
Dallas Cowboys 38, Philadelphia Eagles 23
Cowboys- QB Tony Romo has definitely had his struggles this season, but he's now thrown TDs in six straight games. However, over that stretch, he's only had two games with multiple TD passes.
Eagles- It's tough to gauge what's going to happen with the Eagles' offense now that NIck Foles is the QB. But, I'd steer away from pretty much everyone except RB LeSean McCoy until further notice.
St. Louis Rams 24, San Francisco 49ers 24
Rams- After missing a few games, WR Danny Amendola returned with a vengeance (11 receptions for 102 yards). Amendola is a PPR monster, but injury is always a concern.
49ers- QB Colin Kapernick has a chance to have some decent fantasy value if Alex Smith misses time. I wouldn't be using him in your starting lineup, but with his running skills, he's a decent emergency fill-in.
Houston Texans 13, Chicago Bears 6
Texans- It was a rough game for the Texans' offense, but chalk that up to the weather and the Bears' D. They'll bounce back.
Bears- If QB Jay Cutler misses time, WR Brandon Marshall's value is going to take a tremendous hit. I'm not quite prepared to say bench him, but with Jason Campbell at the helm, the Bears' offense is going to struggle.
Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Kansas City Chiefs 13
Chiefs- RB Jamaal Charles now has 5 games of over 85 yards and 4 games with less than 40 yards. Talk about a hit or miss player. If you still have a chance to trade him, I would.
Steelers- The injury to QB Ben Roethlisberger could be crippling to the Steelers' offense. As long as Roethlisberger is out, keep your Steelers on your bench.