There are only 3 teams in the NFL with a worse ranked pass defense than the Washington Redskins.
DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin combined for 2 catches, 5 yards and ZERO fantasy points this week against Washington.
Nick Foles completed just 45.6% of his passes in this game on 46 attempts with 2 interceptions and 3 fumbles, all of which were recovered by the Eagles.
There are no Eagles that I will consider playing, apart from LeSean McCoy, until Vick is back on the field.
The Jacksonville Jaguars were an irrelevant team to fantasy owners before this week.
The Jags lost their starting QB due to injury and benched their starting RB in the first quarter of this week’s Texans game.
They were beating the AFC’s best team by 14 points in the 4th quarter.
Justin Blackmon doubled his receiving yardage and TD total on the season with Chad Henne at the helm, totaling 236 yards and a score.
Blackmon is the top fantasy receiver on the team and has more upside than Shorts or Robinson have had all season long.
Jalen Parmele did what everyone hoped Rashad Jennings could do, in the toughest divisional match-up of the year, with 24 carries and 8 yards.
Parmele is a flex-worthy play next week and until MJD returns.
This article contains easily three times the “Jaguars talk” that has appeared on this site all season long.
Andrew Luck is the 7th highest scoring fantasy-player in the NFL so far this season.
He only has two difficult match-ups on the horizon and they are both against the Texans, in weeks 15 and 17.
Luck HAS to be considered a top 10 QB in every week that he is not playing against Houston.
Colin Kaepernick looked FAR more poised in the pocket this week as opposed to last week.
He was effective at stretching the field vertically and his ability to run must be accounted for at all times.
His value will very likely be higher than Alex Smith’s is as the starter, should he indeed get the job.