Ryan Fitzpatrick (BUF): After posting huge fantasy points in the first 3 games of the season Fitz was brought back to earth a little by the Bengals defence. I expect somewhat of a bounce back this week against a tumultuous Eagles team.
Mark Ingram (NO): Ingram and Sproles have potential for a big week 5 effort against Carolina, but I think i would roll with Ingram if I had to choose.
Jacoby Jones (HOU): With Andre Johnson out for week 5 against the Raiders, Ford is going to be needed to absorb some of that workload. Houston has been waiting for about 3 seasons now for Ford to break out but it just hasn’t happened. This could be a last chance for this guy to make a lasting impression on his team.
A.J. Green (CIN): Green was on a start list of mine about 2 weeks ago or so and it didn’t really pay off, but I’m hoping he redeems me here. Had over 100 yards last week against Buffalo and now gets to face the weak Jacksonville secondary.
Jared Cook Jr. (TEN): Had a huge 80-yard TD last week, only one other catch otherwise. Should become a bigger part of the offence with Kenny Britt out.
Ben Roethlisberger (PIT): Has had a rough start to the season, capped off by a terrible week 4 effort that included a foot injury. Although he is still starting I would not want him in my starting lineup against the Titans.
Beanie Wells (ARZ): Beanie was a beast last week against the Giants scoring 3 rushing TD’s, but this week against the Vikings, who are allowed under 80 rush yards per game to opponents so far, I expect him to be around 60-70 yards, MAYBE with a score.
Ryan Grant (GB): Has not impressed this year while battling Starks for carries. Don’t expect much against Atlanta it what could be a aerial war.
Deion Branch (NE): If it wasn’t for a late 4-yard TD catch Branch would have been kept scoreless for 2 straight weeks; not a trend I’m playing with right now.
Nate Burleson (DET): I was really hoping for some big things from Burleson this year, and the preseason made it look like I might just be right. But the last 2 weeks we have seen less and less of Nate while seeing more and more of Rookie WR Titus Young.
Dallas Clark (IND): I am very much hoping that Curtis Painter can continue to look at least Okay, helping increase the production of his star receivers Clark and Wayne. Until we see this happen though you may want to consider another option.
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