St. Louis Rams 17, Arizona Cardinals 3
Cardinals- Another week, and another lackluster performance by Cardinals' offense. WR Larry Fitzgerald remains a must start (8 receptions for 92 yards), but other than Fitzy, you shouldn't be starting any other Cards. With that said, keep an eye on WR Andre Roberts. Roberts (5 receptions for 39 yards) didn't have a good game, but he's getting plenty of opportunities (10 targets).
Rams- With WR Danny Amendola injured, the only Rams player worthy of fantasy consideration is RB Steven Jackson. I would say keep an eye on WRs Chris Givens and Brandon Gibson, but definitely don't waste a roster spot on either of them just yet.
Miami Dolphins 17, Cincinnati Bengals 13
Dolphins- WR Brian Hartline continues to be inconsistent (4 receptions for 59 yards). I can't stress this enough, unless you're in a deep league, the only Dolphin that should be cracking your lineup on a weekly basis is RB Reggie Bush
Bengals- In a PPR league, WR Andrew Hawkins is becoming a reliable option. I wouldn't start him every week, but he is definitely a serviceable bye week filler. Don't get too worried about RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis.
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Indianapolis Colts 30, Green Bay Packers 27
Packers- The Green Bay WRs are putting up adequate fantasy numbers, but overall, it seems that the Packers' offense is struggling without top WR Greg Jennings. If you have James Jones, it may be time to unload him while his value is sky high.
Colts- WR Reggie Wayne continues to absolutely dominate (13 receptions for 212 yards and a score). WR T.Y. Hilton might not have gaudy stats right now, but he continues to get the chances (9 targets). He deserves to be on your roster.
Baltimore Ravens 9, Kansas City Chiefs 6
Ravens- Well that was an ugly game by both offenses. TE Dennis Pitta had another bad week (3 receptions for 22 yards) and should be left on your bench until further notice.
Chiefs- QB Matt Cassel suffered an injury and was replaced by Brady Quinn. If Cassel misses significant time, WR Dwayne Bowe's value will take a little hit. With that said, RB Jamaal Charles' value will go up a bit (he's already a top tier RB, but he'll be given a few more carries).
New York Giants 41, Cleveland Browns 27
Browns- Keep an eye on WR Jordan Norwood. QB Brandon Weeden is starting to look for him often (9 targets) and Norwood is making the most of his chances (9 receptions for 81 yards). RB Trent Richardson remains the only Brown worthy of cracking your every week starting lineup.
Giants- As long as WR Hakeem Nicks in injured, Domenik Hixon is a quality WR3/ flex play (5 receptions for 55 yards). RB Ahmad Bradshaw has answered any questions owners might have about his value (229 total yards and a score) and is a high-end RB2.
Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Philadelphia Eagles 14
Eagles- QB Michael Vick threw for 2 TDs, but he's not throwing for yardage and he's not running much. This is having a direct impact on WRs DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin. I still think the Eagles will get things clicking, so don't start a fire sale on your Eagles just yet.
Steelers- The carries between RBs Rashard Mendenhall and Isaac Redman were pretty much even (14-13), but that won't continue. Mendenhall is definitely the RB you want. He is a quality RB2 option, as long as he remains healthy.
Atlanta Falcons 24, Washington Redskins 17
Falcons- The Falcons are a fantasy owner's dream right now. They have plenty of quality options (QB Matt Ryan, WR Roddy White, WR Julio Jones, RB Michael Turner and TE Tony Gonzalez) and every week they produce.
Redskins- Will QB Robert Griffin III miss time? Fantasy owners are going to be holding their collective breaths for the rest of the season. WR Pierre Garcon isn't making the most of his opportunities (7 targets, 3 receptions for 24 yards). As long as Griffin doesn't miss time, Garcon will get back on track.
Notes on the afternoon games and the night games will be up later.