Cowboys, Lions, Raiders, and Buccaneers have the bye this week
Dolphins at Bengals – Bengal secondary is a weakness, Dolphin wide receiver Davone Bess is averaging 5 receptions and 74 yards a game.
Packers at Colts – With Greg Jennings missing, James Jones is a good play against the Colts who have allowed the sixth most fantasy points to wide receivers.
Ravens at Chiefs – WR Jonathan Baldwin is seeing more passes than Steve Breaston, while the Ravens have allowed the fourth most passing yards.
Titans at Vikings – Viking quarterback Christian Ponder is facing a Titans pass defense that has allowed ten scoring throws, intercepted just one pass, and against which quarterbacks are completing 75.3% of their passes.
Falcons at Redskins – Redskin wide receiver Leonard Hankerson will have a solid fantasy day although the defensive statistics say not to play any Redskins.
Browns at Giants – With Hakeem Nicks and Ramses Barton missing this week, Domenick Hixon will be facing a Browns secondary that is allowing the second most fantasy points to wide receivers.
Eagles at Steelers – Sit everybody, final score, Steelers 3, Eagles 2.
Seahawaks at Panthers – Panthers are terrible against the pass, just a gut feeling here but Russell Wilson will be in the top ten for fantasy quarterbacks this week.
Bears at Jaguars – Jaguars are 30th against the run, allowing 150.2 yards a game and 4.3 yards a carry, and while the Bears want to limit running back Matt Forte’s touches, this is another great match up for Michael Bush.
Broncos at Patriots – Rematch of the first game in AFL history, September 9, 1960, a 13-10 Broncos win in Boston. Broncos TE Jacob Tamme is flying way below the radar screen but faces a Patriots pass defense that is allowing the second most fantasy points to TE’s – start him.
Bills at 49ers – San Francisco has allowed a touchdown to the TE in three of four games in 2012, and Bills TE Scott Chandler, in his last eighteen games has scored ten touchdowns.
Chargers at Saints – Start San Diego running back Jackie Battle, as he is now at the top of their depth chart, he has 4 touchdowns, averaged 5 yards a carry, in three games has totaled 250 yards, and the Saints have allowed the most points to fantasy running backs.
Houston at Jets – The Jets are simply confused, they have allowed 140 yards a game on the ground and have allowed two different running backs to score against them their last two games, start Houston running back Ben Tate.