Tennessee Titans 26, Pittsburgh Steelers 23
Steelers- RB Rashard Mendenhall suffered an injury, but looks like he'll be ready to go in WK 7. That means you should only be picking up RB Baron Batch in deeper leagues in which you have Mendenhall.
Titans- WR Kendall Wright continues to impress (6 receptions for 71 yards). Fellow wideout Kenny Britt finally made a fantasy impact. However, I wouldn't be comfortable starting Britt on a weekly basis yet. Wait for him to string together a game or two before getting him in your lineup.
Atlanta Falcons 23, Oakland Raiders 20
Raiders- RB Darren McFadden has been an every other week player. WK 6 was a good week which means WK 7 should be a bad week, if the trend continues. Look for McFadden to break this trend this week.
Falcons- It was a highly disappointing week for the high octane Falcons. WR Roddy White was the only Falcon who put up good numbers (6 receptions for 72 yards and a score). Don't worry about your Falcons, they'll get back on track after their bye week.
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Cleveland Browns 34, Cincinatti Bengals 24
Bengals- RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis continues to struggle (62 yards). I still wouldn't give up on him and I think he's an excellent buy-low candidate.
Browns- RB Trent Richardson suffered a rib injury, but likely won't miss any time. WR Josh Gordon put together his second straight quality game (3 receptions for 99 yards and a TD). Gordon is a quailty bye week filler with decent upside.
Miami Dolphins 17, St. Louis Rams 14
Rams- The Rams might be winning, but they won't help you win in fantasy. At this point, you shouldn't be starting any Rams (that includes RB Steven Jackson). Avoid this team at all costs (except for their kicker and defense).
Dolphins- Like the Rams, they win, but other than RB Reggie Bush, they won't help you win in fantasy.
New York Jets 35, Indianapolis Colts 9
Colts- WR Donnie Avery continues to get the chances (12 targets). The production isn't there yet, but he is an excellent bye week filler. RB Vick Ballard got the start, but failed to impress (8 carries for 25 yards). Continue to avoid using the Indy running game.
Jets- RB Shonn Greene finally made an impact (161 yards and 3 TDs). But, I wouldn't completely trust Greene just yet. Consider him a matchup player with a quality WK 7 matchup (at New England).
Detroit Lions 26, Philadelphia Eagles 23
Lions- Some owners may be getting frustrated with the lack TDs QB Matthew Stafford is throwing (4 TDs through 5 games). This makes him an excellent buy low candidate. Stafford is averaging a touch below 300 yards a game and continues to be on a high powered offense. If you have the chance to acquire Stafford, pull the trigger.
Eagles- Another excellent buy low candidate is RB LeSean McCoy. McCoy has only one TD on the year and is averaging less than 80 yards a game rushing. I'm sure most owners are quite frustrated with McCoy, so take advantage of that frustration.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38, Kansas City Chiefs 10
Chiefs- If Brady Quinn remains the starter for the Chiefs, the values of RB Jamaal Charles and WR Dwayne Bowe take a hit. It won't be a tremendous hit, but if I owned either, I'd look to sell high.
Buccaneers- WR Mike Williams has strung together two solid games (8 receptions for 228 yards and a TD combined). Boom or bust players like Williams are a fantasy owner's nightmare, so I would only consider using him as a matchup player.
Baltimore Ravens 31, Dallas Cowboys 29
Cowboys- After a disappointing first two weeks, WR Dez Bryant has come alive (27 receptions for 262 yards and 2 TDs over his last three games). With RB DeMarco Murray likely missing time, Bryant will continue to be relied upon. Fantasy owners should be relying on him as well.
Ravens- WR Anquan Boldin isn't catching TD passes, but he's getting good reception numbers and excellent yardage. Boldin should be considered a low tier WR2.
Buffalo Bills 19, Arizona Cardinals 16
Bills- RBs Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller are each getting enough carries and receptions to warrant RB2 consideration. WR Stevie Johnson is the Bills only other weekly fantasy starter.
Cardinals- RB William Powell had a nice game (16 carries for 79 yards) and is worth being picked up in all leagues. He should be considered a bye week filler.
Seattle Seahawks 24, New England Patriots 23
Patriots- WR Brandon Lloyd suffered a shoulder injury, so monitor his status throughout the week. TE Aaron Hernandez (6 receptions for 30 yards and a score) looks like he's healthy and ready to be inserted back into your lineup.
Seahawks- Beyond RB Marshawn Lynch (who had an off game 15 carries for 41 yards), it's tough trusting any other Seahawks player. It seems like every week one of the Seahawks WRs (Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin, Golden Tate) goes off, but it's impossible to predict which one it's going to be. Stay away.
New York Giants 26, San Francisco 49ers 3
Giants- WR Hakeem Nicks looked rusty in his return (3 receptions for 44 yards). I'd give him another week or so before getting him back into your lineup. After a strong start to the season, TE Martellus Bennett (1 reception for 9 yards) has struggled. At this point, Bennett shouldn't be considered a quality fantasy option.
49ers- WR Mario Manningham is getting good opportunities (10 targets) and should be considered a high quality bye week filler.
Washington Redskins 38, Minnesota Vikings 26
Vikings- There's no doubt about it now. TE Kyle Rudolph is an every week fantasy starter (6 receptions for 56 yards and a score).
Redskins- It's tough trusting any Redskins WRs. QB Robert Griffin III spreads the ball around very well, which makes it tough for any wideout to emerge. This may change whenever/ if WR Pierre Garcon gets healthy.
Green Bay Packers 42, Houston Texans 24
Packers- As long as WR Greg Jennings is out, the values of Randall Cobb and James Jones are huge. If you have Jones, look to trade him while his value is sky high.
Texans- Consider this an off game for the Texans, it was bound to happen. WR Andre Johnson and RB Arian Foster are unquestioned starters. QB Matt Schaub and TE Owen Daniels are quality options most weeks.
Denver Broncos 35, San Diego Chargers 24
Broncos- If only the Broncos could play an entire four quarters instead of just the second half. Keep starting QB Peyton Manning, RB Willis McGahee, WR Demaryius Thomas and WR Eric Decker.
Chargers- The real Antonio Gates finally showed up (6 receptions for 81 yards and 2 scores). WR Malcom Floyd continues to be an excellent WR3 option in PPR leagues.