FantasySavvy 2012: Week 11 Player Rankings

Quarterbacks

  1. Drew Brees @ OAK
  2. Aaron Rodgers @ DET
  3. Tom Brady vs IND
  4. Peyton Manning vs SD
  5. Andrew Luck @ NE
  6. Cam Newton vs TB
  7. Carson Palmer vs NO
  8. Matt Ryan vs AZ
  9. Matthew Stafford vs GB
  10. RG3 vs PHI
  11. Tony Romo vs CLE
  12. Josh Freeman @ CAR
  13. Matt Schaub vs JAC
  14. Phillip Rivers @ DEN
  15. Nick Foles @ WAS
  16. Andy Dalton @ KC
  17. Sam Bradford vs NYJ
  18. Joe Flacco @ PIT
  19. Brandon Weeden @ DAL
  20. John Skelton @ ATL
  21. Matt Cassel vs CIN
  22. Alex Smith vs CHI
  23. Byron Leftwich vs BAL
  24. Mark Sanchez @ STL
  25. Jason Campbell @ SF
  26. Blaine Gabbert @ HOU

Running Backs

  1. Arian Foster vs JAC
  2. Jamaal Charles vs CIN
  3. LeSean McCoy @ WAS
  4. Doug Martin @ CAR
  5. Trent Richardson @ DAL
  6. Stevan Ridley vs IND
  7. Ray Rice @ PIT
  8. Alfred Morris vs PHI
  9. Steven Jackson vs NYJ
  10. Frank Gore vs CHI
  11. Willis McGahee vs SD
  12. Matt Forte @ SF
  13. Darren Sproles @ OAK *questionable
  14. Marcel Reese vs NO
  15. Chris Ivory @ OAK
  16. Ryan Mathews @ DEN *questionable
  17. Mikel Leshoure vs GB
  18. Felix Jones vs CLE
  19. Shonn Greene @ STL
  20. LaRod Stephens-Howling @ ATL
  21. Michael Turner vs AZ *questionable
  22. BenJarvus Green-Ellis @ KC
  23. Rashard Mendenhall vs BAL
  24. Jonathan Stewart vs TB
  25. Danny Woodhead vs IND
  26. Donald Brown @ NE
  27. Vick Ballard @ NE
  28. James Starks @ DET
  29. Rashad Jennings @ HOU
  30. Jaquizz Rodgers vs ARI
  31. Joique Bell vs GB
  32. Pierre Thomas @ OAK
  33. Mark Ingram @ OAK
  34. Jonathan Dwyer vs BAL
  35. Daryl Richardson vs NYJ
  36. Ronnie Brown @ DEN
  37. Kendall Hunter vs CHI
  38. Ronnie Hillman vs SD
  39. Shane Vereen vs IND
  40. Issac Redman vs BAL
  41. Michael Bush vs SF
  42. DeAngelo Williams vs TB
  43. Justin Forsett vs JAC
  44. Peyton Hillis vs CIN
  45. Bryce Brown @ WAS
  46. Taiwan Jones vs NO

Wide Recievers

  1. Calvin Johnson vs GB
  2. A.J. Green @ KC
  3. Demaryius Thomas vs SD
  4. Marques Colston @ OAK
  5. Reggie Wayne @ NE
  6. Roddy White vs AZ
  7. Eric Decker vs SD
  8. Jordy Nelson @ DET
  9. Steve Smith vs TB
  10. Denarius Moore vs NO
  11. Vincent Jackson @ CAR
  12. Julio Jones vs AZ *questionable
  13. Randall Cobb @ DET
  14. Wes Welker vs IND
  15. Danny Amendola vs NYJ
  16. Andre Johnson vs JAC
  17. Brandon Marshall @ SF * Cutler  OUT
  18. Larry Fitzgerald @ ATL
  19. Dez Byrant vs CLE
  20. Miles Austin vs CLE
  21. Dwayne Bowe vs CIN
  22. Brandon Lloyd vs IND
  23. James Jones @ DET
  24. DeSean Jackson @ WAS
  25. Jeremy Maclin @ WAS
  26. Lance Moore @ OAK
  27. Mike Wallace vs BAL
  28. Darrius Heyward-Bey vs NO *questionable
  29. Mike Williams @ CAR
  30. Donnie Avery @ NE
  31. Danrio Alexander @ DEN
  32. Malcom Floyd @ DEN
  33. Torrey Smith @ PIT
  34. Michael Crabtree vs CHI
  35. Titus Young vs GB
  36. Andre Roberts @ ATL
  37. Cecil Shorts @ HOU
  38. Santana Moss vs PHI
  39. Josh Gordon @ DAL
  40. Brandon LaFell vs TB
  41. Jeremy Kerley @ STL
  42. T.Y. Hilton @ NE
  43. Rod Streater vs NO *bump up 8 spots if Heyward-Bey OUT
  44. Anquan Boldin @ PIT
  45. Pierre Garcon vs PHI *questionable
  46. Laurent Robinson @ HOU
  47. Greg Little @ DAL
  48. Emmanuel Sanders vs BAL
  49. Leonard Hankerson vs PHI
  50. Chris Givens vs NYJ
  51. Andrew Hawkins @ KC
  52. Stephen Hill @ STL
  53. Brandon Stokley vs SD
  54. Ryan Broyles vs GB
  55. Justin Blackmon @ HOU

Tight Ends

  1. Jimmy Graham @ OAK
  2. Antonio Gates @ Den
  3. Rob Gronkowksi vs IND
  4. Tony Gonzalez vs AZ
  5. Jason Witten vs CLE
  6. Owen Daniels vs JAC *questionable
  7. Greg Olsen vs TB
  8. Jermaine Gresham @ KC
  9. Vernon Davis vs CHI
  10. Brandon Myers vs NO
  11. Heath Miller vs BAL
  12. Brandon Pettigrew vs GB
  13. Dwayne Allen @ NE
  14. Dustin Keller @ STL
  15. Brent Celek @ WAS
  16. Dennis Pitta @ PIT
  17. Jermichael Finley @ DET
  18. Dallas Clark @ CAR
  19. Joel Dreeseen vs SD
  20. Jacob Tamme vs SD
  21. Logan Paulsen vs PHI
  22. Rob Housler @ ATL
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FantasySavvy 2012: Week 4 Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em

As seen on FP911.com. Make sure to check there for tons of great information. Also make sure to check our radio show tonight at 12 est directly following the game at blogtalkradio.com/fantasysavvy. Or you can download the show and listen on any apple device or directly from the site.

Week three, and all it’s craziness are in the books. The replacement refs will return for tonight’s game between the Ravens and Browns and maybe they can return some sanity. The regular Refs will return and no doubt will be praised early on even if they make some horrible calls initially, but eventually, just like all refs, they will be bashed and harassed and we may even demand the replacement refs back! While I didn’t think the replacement refs were good, there was definitely a lot overreaction in the media in my opinion. But the good news is, you don’t have replacement writers here at Fp911. My Girlfriend will not be filling in for me this week, nor will my Aunt Cindy be making my selections. No, no, there will be none of that. I am here and would never compromise our product. Paul Greco Dan Stack, Dan Leason, Colin Hager, Chuck Anderson and the rest of the guys are all here and will remain here week to week to provide you with the best Fantasy Football information we possibly can.

You won’t see the obvious names on here, that would be pointless. Maybe occasionally to give you a reminder, but rather we are looking to identify some guys that you may be on the fence with and encourage you to either start or sit them. Matchups will be broken down, stats will be used, some projections will be provided and some “gut” feeling will be mixed in. But when it comes down to the come down, it’s your “gut” you need to roll with.

*Players listed in order of projected effectiveness in the start ‘em category and ineffectiveness in the sit ‘em category.

Quarterbacks

Start ‘Em

Peyton Manning vs Oakland

I’ve been off on Manning for two weeks in a row, but this week I “guarantee” I will be right as he will produce nicely for your fantasy teams. Manning got the job done last week against an extremely tough Texan defense by throwing for 330 yards with two TD’s and has been great at home thus far throwing for nearly 600 yards with 4 TD’s and no INT’s. He stays in Denver this week against Oakland and should have his way against this secondary that is ranked 27th overall in defending Fantasy QB’s.

Joe Flacco vs Cleveland

Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens

Cleveland’s secondary is just not the same without Stud CB Joe Haden and it’s showing in the numbers. The last two weeks they’ve been eaten up by Andy Dalton and Ryan Fitzpatrick and as a result are ranked 28th against Fantasy QB’s. Flacco may not have a huge yardage night but expect him to finish with around 250 yards passing with at least 2 TD’s.

Andy Dalton @ Jacksonville

Dalton could be coming into his own this season throwing back to back 300-yard three touchdown games. The matchups have helped against a Joe Haden less Browns secondary and an injury riddled Skins team, but nonetheless he’s producing at a high level. Jacksonville’s secondary hasn’t been bad this year ranked 10th overall against Fantasy QB’s, but I am a believer in Dalton and his weapons. The Bengals should have plenty of possessions with Blaine Gabbert’s ineffectiveness, so look for Dalton to get plenty of chances to score and find the endzone a few times.

Sit ‘Em

Jay Cutler @ Dallas

Cutler has been brutal after his big Week 1 showing, being held under 200 yards twice while throwing just 1 TD with 5 INT’s. Unfortunately for Jay, it does not get much easier against Dallas and their new and improved secondary. Dallas is currently allowing the fewest points to Fantasy QB’s and they will stay atop the charts after facing Cutler.

Jake Locker @ Houston

Locker was terrific against Detroit in Week three throwing for 378 with two TD’s, but the sledding gets rough this week against the Texans. I would not expect him to fare well against this top defense, so I advise you to keep the youngster reserved in this matchup.

Cam Newton @ Atlanta

Let’s hope this is the first and last time we have to put Newton on this list this season, but if he continues to play like he did last week against the Giants we might be seeing him here more often. Atlanta’s secondary has been great ranked 5th best in defending Fantasy QB’s as CB’s Asante Samuel and Dunta Robinson have been holding it down in the absence of CB Brent Grimes. Cam Newton also doesn’t have have great numbers against the Falcons with just two TD’s and 5 INT’s. You may not have a better option than Cam on your bench, but if you do, consider reserving him in this game.

Running Backs

Start ‘Em

Stevan Ridley @ Buffalo

Ridley was taken out of the gameplan last week against Baltimore but should return this week against Buffalo. The Patriots should be running often in this game as they should hold the lead for the majority of the game. Look for Ridley to approach 100 yards rushing and have a couple shots to reach the endzone.

Ryan Mathews @ Kansas City

Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers

Mathews made his 2012 season debut last week, but was somewhat limited in his return from his shoulder injury. It also didn’t help that the Chargers got blown out and Mathews didn’t have a chance to really produce. Expect Mathews to get going against Kansas City as he gets it done in both the passing and running game. I expect over 100 total yards with 4 to 5 catches and a possible score.

Cedric Benson @ New Orleans

To my surprise, Benson has been fairly involved in the Packers offense. He’s received nearly 40 carries in his last two games and is even catching some passes out of the backfield. He should definitely be in the gameplan this week against New Orleans and their last ranked Rush Defense. Benson should approach 100 yards and find the endzone in what will be a shootout at the Superdome.

Sit ‘Em

Chris Johnson @ Houston

If you have traded Chris Johnson, I can’t blame you with his atrocious 1.4 yards per carry. I mean what the hell happened to this dude? 1.4  ypc? I’m pretty sure you and I could go out there and average at least 2 yards per carry. Anyway if you can’t deal him he needs to remain benched until proven otherwise, plus, this matchup sucks. Hopefully Jake Locker continues to emerge this season and helps open up some holes for him.

Steven Jackson vs Seattle

Here is another guy that you will regret drafting. I spoke on it last week, I never understand the infatuation with this guy. I ranted on it already, but steer clear of Jackson against Seattle. The Seahawks defense is legit.

Ryan Williams vs Miami

Good news for Williams owners as Beanie Wells will be out until November with a turf toe injury. Williams also showed some life against Philly by rushing for 83 yards on 13 carries. But, keep Williams benched this week against Miami and their top 10 Run Defense.

Wide Receivers

Start ‘Em

Vincent Jackson vs Washington

Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay Bucs

Jackson was a recommended sit last week against the Cowboys but he is a must-start against this injury decimated Washington Defense. The Skins secondary has allowed the most points to Fantasy WR’s in 2012 getting torched by Danny Amendola and A.J. Green the last two weeks.

Brandon Lloyd @ Buffalo

Lloyd and Brady are looking better and better every week and It could finally all come together in Buffalo. Lloyd has seen 25 combined targets the last two weeks and look for Brady to look his way often again on Sunday. Lloyd doesn’t have a score so far and only has one 100-yard game so there is still some time to buy low.

Torrey Smith vs Cleveland

I had Smith on my sit list last week, but had I known he was going to play despite his brothers death, I would of recommended him. We see it a lot where something tragic happens to these players and they go out, play and have a special performance. Much respect to Smith who went off for two TD’s against New England. After a slow start to the season I expect last week’s game to catapult Smith and he should enjoy another nice game tonight.

Sit ‘Em

Nate Washington @ Houston

There is that Houston defense again. Washington had an amazing catch last week which went for a TD, but reserve him in this game.

Brandon Marshall @ Dallas

Brandon Carr shutdown Vincent Jackson last week and I expect him to matchup with Brandon Marshall this week and contain him as well. Cutler has been brutal, the Dallas secondary has been superb, stay away from Marshall.

Danny Amendola vs Seattle

Amendola was slowed down against Chicago after he exploded against Washington and he could be slowed even more against Seattle and their physical corners. Brandon Browner and Co. will be up in the face of Amendola and I expect him to struggle. I like Amendola, I hate this matchup.

Tight Ends

Start ‘Em

Kyle Rudolph @ Detroit

Rudolph has 3 TD’s already this year and is proving to be Christian Ponder‘s favorite redzone target. Look for Rudolph to produce against the Lions who are allowing the 2nd most point to Fantasy Tight Ends.

Dennis Pitta vs Cleveland

Dennis Pitta, Baltimore Ravens

Pitta seems to be Joe Flacco‘s favorite option and it shows in the targets numbers as Pitta leads all Baltimore receivers with 31. Pitta should enjoy another nice game against Cleveland and is turning into an every week start.

Owen Daniels vs Tennessee

Daniels is finally healthy and has been steady so far this year. He finally reached the endzone last week and could return there again facing the Titans who are allowing the most points to Fantasy Tight Ends.

Sit ‘Em

Jared Cook @ Houston

Cook is the the 4th Titan to make the sit em list this week. Cook got into the endzone last week, but did come off a fluky big play. I expect Cook to remain inconsistent this year and he needs to be benched in unfavorable matchups such as this one.

Jason Witten vs Chicago

I thought Witten would get off the schnide last week, but he disappointed once again. Romo probably won’t have a bigtime game against Chicago, so that should mean Witten most likely will struggle again. Things will get better for Witten, but he needs to show it first before you start reinserting him back into your lineups.

Fred Davis @ Tampa Bay

After two slow weeks to start the season, Davis enjoyed a nice game last week going for 90 yards on seven catches. I’m still not convinced he’s going to be a favorite of RG3 this year or at least not right away so I am sitting him this week. Tampa Bay is also in the top 10 at defending the Tight End position.

IDP

Start ‘Em

Chris Clemons @ St. Louis

The undrafted Clemons had a monster game last week against Green Bay sacking Aaron Rodgers four times. Clemons has a great matchup against the Rams who allowed the most sacks in the league last year and are allowing the 2nd most sacks this year. Expect another nice performance.

Ed Reed vs Cleveland

Ed Reed, Baltimore Ravens

Ed Reed vs Brandon Weeden on National TV? Look for Reed to pick off Weeden at least once and possibly take one to the house.

Sit ‘Em

Cliff Avril vs Minnesota

Avril hasn’t gotten off to the start many people expected with just one sack this season after finishing with eleven last year. Keep him benched until he proves last season wasn’t a fluke.

Derrick Morgan @ Houston

Arian Foster and Ben Tate will be centerfolding this offense as usual, so Morgan won’t have many sack opportunities on Matt Schaub. The Texans offensive line has also allowed the 3rd fewest sacks.

 

 

 

 

Player Rankings Week 15 (Semi’s)

Fantasy Savvy won’t be able to provide our rankings for this week due to personal reason, but best believe we will be back with them next week as well as our radio show. However, I will refer you to the another site in which I write for in Fantasypros911.com. My man Paul Greco is on top of his game each week and I fully trust his rankings. You can check them out HERE.

Make sure to check out our Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em column and get back here next week for our Start Em Sit Em, Rankings and Radio Show. NFl Picks will also be resumed next week. Go dominate!

12/21 Player News

Knownshon Moreno (ribs) is considered questionable to play week 16. His status won’t be known until later in the week. We will keep you posted.

Arian Foster (ankle, hip) is expected to be a full go this weekend, in many owners championship week. It would be a shame if the guy who most likely secured your playoff berth sat in your championship, but for now it looks like he’s going to be just fine.

Aaron Rodgers (concussion) has been medically cleared to play against the Giants in a must win game for both teams but especially Green Bay as their playoff hopes will be over with a loss. Great news to fantasy owners and Packer fans going into week 16.

Adrian Peterson’s sore right knee and thigh are improving greatly but he’s still questionable going into Sunday against the Eagles. They are preceding with caution with this injury and Toby Gerhart looked pretty good against a good Bears run defense except for the fumble he had so don’t be shocked if Toby draws a second straight start.

Panthers RB Mike Goodson sat out Tuesday’s practice with an illness. He’s basically irrelevant going forward as Jonathan Stewart has cemented his role as the lead back. Goodson will only be used on passing downs or to spell Stewart over the next two weeks.

Redskins have announced Rex Grossman will start this week with John Beck, not Donavan McNabb serving as the back up.

Cowboys have placed QB Tony Romo (broken collarbone) on IR thus ending his season and Jon Kitna, who has earned it, will start the team’s final two games.

Brett Favre left last nights blowout loss to the Bears in the second quarter after suffering a concussion. It is not yet known whether he will play again at this point meaning Joe Webb or Patrick Ramsey are likely to play the final two games.

12/20 Player News

 

Adrian Peterson is surprisingly inactive tonight because of knee/ankle injuries. This is a big blow for owners who had thought he would play.Vikings QB Brett Favre (shoulder) has been upgraded to questionable for tonight’s game against the Bears. This puts a bit of a damper on owners who were hoping to use rookie Joe Webb at wide receiver in some leagues. Favre will throw before the game to see if he can go. We will keep you updated on this news. UPDATE: Brett Favre will start tonight for the Vikings against the Bears. Joe Webb will be the back up.

Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles had to be helped off the field yesterday but the good news is that it was only leg cramps, nothing more. So he’ll suit up next week against the Titans.

Fantasy’s number one player, Arian Foster missed most of the 4th quarter Sunday due to a muscle spasm in his glute aka his butt cheek. This will be interesting to follow going into most league’s finals. We’ll keep you up to date as we receive info.

Broncos QB Tim Tebow was fairly impressive in his first start yesterday, and obviously impressed his coaches and teammates enough to earn the starting gig the last two weeks of the season. RB Knowshon Moreno left Sunday’s loss to the Raiders early on with rib injury. The severity of the injury is not yet known and we’ll update you as more information becomes available.

Colts receiver Austin Collie (concussion) has likely played his final play of the 2010 season after suffering his third concussion in the last seven weeks. Before exiting Sunday’s game he did post up the second most fantasy points at receiver in standard scoring leagues. Hopefully his recovery goes well and he’ll have a big 2011 season.

Lions QB Drew Stanton suffered a Grade 3 separation of his non-throwing shoulder during Sunday’s win in Tampa. It may require surgery but since its his non throwing shoulder he may be able to play through it especially with Shaun Hill (finger) status going forward still up in the air.

Steelers TE Heath Miller who sat out Sunday’s loss to the Jets with a concussion is expected to return to the starting lineup Thursday night against the Panthers. Miller hasn’t been consistent enough to be counted on as more than a TE2 thus far in 2010.

Cardinals receiver Early Doucet left Sunday’s game against the Panthers with an injured hip and is expected to have an MRI later today or tomorrow. At this point in the season, Doucet can’t be counted on and shouldn’t be rostered in re-draft leagues.

Bengals WR Terrell Owens is undergoing season ending surgery today to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee. He is out for the season but vows he will be back for the 2011 season.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (concussion) status for Sunday’s game against the Giants won’t be updated until at least Wednesday. 3rd year QB Matt Flynn played pretty well last night in a hostile environment against the leagues best team until the end where his lack of experience took over. This week is a big game for both teams as their fighting for their playoff lives.

12/18 Player News

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (concussion) has been officially ruled out for Sunday nights game in New England. Matt Flynn will get the start.

TE Heath Miller (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Jets. Safety Troy Polamalu (achilles) has also been ruled out for Sunday and potentially miss the remainder of the regular season.

Vikings QB Joe Webb will get his first start Monday night with Brett Favre ruled out and Tavaris Jackson placed on IR. He’s not a start at QB this week but if your league has him eligible at wide receiver, he’s not a terrible play there especially in standard scoring leagues. Adrian Peterson (knee) returned to practice Saturday after missing the last few days and is going to be a go Monday night.

Broncos QB Kyle Orton (ribs,forearm) could get the nod Sunday but will have a short leash if he is unable to generate any type of offense. Rookie Tim Tebow would be next in line if Orton doesn’t go or is pulled.

Lions RB’s Jahvid Best (toe) and Maurice Morris (toe) were both limited in practice Friday but are listed as probable. Neither is anything more than a desperate flex play however.

Fantasy Savvy Week 15 Playoff Projections

By: Steve DeAngelo

Listed below are my projections for every game on Sunday including the Monday night game. Use these projections as a guide on who to start and who to sit this week. Every projection factors in the matchup, the players caliber, weather as well as some stats and gut feel thrown into the mix. Thanks everybody for following along with us all season, best of luck this weekend.

New Orleans @ Baltimore

Saints

Drew Brees 275 3 TD’s 1 Int, 10 Rushing yards

Reggie Bush-  (If Ivory is out) 5 Catches 40 yards, 8 Carries 36 Yards/ (Ivory Plays) 4 Catches 34 yards 3 Carries 15 yards

Pierre Thomas- (If Ivory is out) 14 Carries 50 yards- 1 TD, 3 Catches 20 yards/ (Ivory Plays) 9 Carries 38 yards, 2 catches 12 yards

Chris Ivory (Questionable)- 12 Carries 45 yards 1 TD, 1 Catch 6 yards

Marques Colston- 8 catches 110 yards 1 TD

Robert Meachem- 2 Catches 70 Yards- 1 TD

Lance Moore- 3 Catches 45 yards

Jeremy Shockey- 3 Catches 30 yards

Ravens

Joe Flacco- 230 Yds 2 TD’s 1 Int

Ray Rice- 19 Carries 65 yards, 7 Catches 60 yards

Willis McGahee- 5 Carries, 25 yards, 1 catch 10 yards

Anquan Boldin- 5 Catches 50 yards

Derrick Mason- 6 Catches 70 yards 1 TD

T. J. Houshurmomma- 4 Catches 38 yards

Arizona @ Carolina

Cardinals

John Skelton- 170 yards 2 Int’s

Tim Hightower- 17 Carries-75 yards 1 TD, 2 catches 15 yards

Beanie Wells (questionable)- 6 carries 30 yards

Larry Fitzgerald- 6 catches 85 yards

Steve Breaston- 4 Catches 50 yards

Panthers

Jimmy Clausen- 180 yards 1 TD 2 Int’s

Jonathan Stewart- 22 Carries 130 yards 1 TD

Mike Goodson- 8 Carries 40 yards, 2 catches 15 yards

Steve Smith- 4 Catches 60 yards

Cleveland @ Cincy

Browns

Colt McCoy 220 yds 1 TD, 30 yards rushing

Peyton Hillis- 25 Carries 135 yards 1 TD, 3 catches 25 yards

Muhammed Massaquoi- 4 Catches 40 yards

Ben Watson- 5 Catches 60 yards

Bengals

Carson Palmer- 240 yards 2 TD’s 2 Int’s

Cedric Benson- 17 Carries 70 Yards, 2 catches 12 yards

Benard Scott- 6 carries 30 yards

Terrell Owens-5 Catches 65 yards

Ochocinco- 7 Catches 89 yards 1 TD

Jordan Shipley- 4 Catches 40 yards

Washington @ Dallas

Redskins


Rex Grossman- 4 yds 7 Int’s

Ryan Torain- 18 Carries 90 Yds 1 TD 1 Catch 8 yds

Keiland Williams- 4 carries 20 yds, 5 catches 34 yds

Santana Moss- 5 Catches 50 yds

Chris Cooley- 6 Catches 70 yds

Anthony Armstrong-  2 Catches 40 yds

Cowboys

Jon Kitna- 250 yds 2 Td’s 1 Int

Felix Jones 16 carries 65 yds, 6 catches 60 yds 1 TD

Tashard Choice (if Barber is out) 15 carries, 75 yds 1 TD , 3 catches 28 yds, (Barber In) 4 carries 20 yds, 1 catch 8 yds

Marion Barber (questionable) – 10 Carries 40 yds 1 TD, 2 catches 10 yds

Miles Austin- 7 Catches 80 yds 1 TD

Jason Witten – 8 Catches 76 yds 1 TD

Roy Williams (questionable)- 5 catches 40 yds

Jacksonville @ Indy

Jaguars

David Garrard- 289 yds 2 TD’s 2 Int

Maurice Jones-Drew- 22 Carries 110 yds 1 TD, 5 catches 40 yds

Mike Thomas- 6 catches 70 yds

Mike Sims-Walker- 4 Catches 60 yds 1 TD

Mercedes Lewis- 4 Catches 30 yds 1 TD

Colts

Peyton Manning- 343 Yds 3 TD’s

Javarris James- 13 Carries 40 yds 1 TD

Donald Brown- 9 Carries 38 yds, 3 catches 30 yds

Reggie Wayne- 10 catches 159 yds 1 TD

Pierre Garcon- 5 Catches 60 Yds 1 TD

Austin Collie- 5 Catches 48 Yds 1 TD

Jacob Tamme- 7 Catches 67 yds

Buffalo @ Miami

Ryan Fitzpatrick- 210 Yds 1 TD, 1 Int 25 Yds rushing

Fred Jackson- 20 Carries 67 Yds

C.J. Spiller- 6 Carries 38 yds, 2 Catches 15 yds

Steve ( I want your love) Johnson- 5 Catches 87 yds 1 TD

Dolphins

Chad Henne- 220 yds 1 TD 2 Int’s

Ronnie Brown- 18 Carries 89 yds 1 TD, 2 catches 15 yds

Ricky Williams- 15 carries 70 yds 1 TD, 2 catches 20 yds

Brandon Marshall- 6 Catches 77 yds

Davone Bess- 5 catches 55 yds

Anthony Fasano 2 catches 20 yds

Philly @ NYG

Eagles

Michael Vick- 260 yds 2 TD’s 1 Int, 40 yds rushing 1 Fumble

Lesean McCoy- 16 carries 77 yds, 4 catches 51 yds

Desean Jackson- 5 catches 60 yds

Jeremy Maclin- 5 catches 90 yds 1 TD

Jason Avant 4 catches 38 yds

Brent Celek- 3 catches 27 yds

Giants

Eli Manning- 240 yds 2 TD’s 2 Int’s

Ahmad Bradshaw- 15 carries 75 yds 1 TD, 3 catches 31 yds

Brandon Jacobs- 14 carries 58 yds, 1 catch 10 yds

Hakeem Nicks- 6 catches 80 yds 1 TD

Mario Manningham- 4 catches 55 yds

Derek Hagan- 3 catches 27 yds

Kevin Boss- 5 catches 50 yds 1 TD

Kansas City @ St. Louis

Chiefs

Matt Cassel- 220 yds 2 TD’s 1 Int

Jamal Charles- 20 carries 87 yards, 3 catches 57 yds 1 TD

Thomas Jones- 10 Carries 50 yds, 1 catch 10 yds

Dwayne Bowe- 6 catches 60 yds 1 TD

Tony Moeaki- 4 catches 40 yds

Rams
Sam Bradford- 220 yds 1 TD 1 Int, 15 yds rushing

Steven Jackson- 19 carries 87 yds, 4 catches 38 yds

Danny Amendola- 6 catches 70 yds

Laurent Robinson- 2 catches 40 yds

Danario Alexander- 4 catches 55 yds 1 TD

Detroit @ TB


Lions

Drew Stanton- 221 yds 1 TD 2 Int’s, 38 yds rushing

Jahvid Best- 10 carries 46 yards, 2 catches 15 yards

Calvin Johnson- 8 catches 120 yds 1 TD

Nate Burleson- 3 catches 40 yds

Brandon Pettigrew- 4 catches 40 yards

Tampa Bay

Josh Freeman- 230 yards 2 TD’s , 25 yards rushing

LaGarette Blount- 19 carries 89 yards 1 TD, 2 catches 20 yards

Mike Williams- 6 Catches 78 yards 1 TD

Arnelious Benn- 4 catches 55 yards

Kellen Winslow- 4 catches 50 yards 1 TD

Houston @ Tennessee

Texans

Matt Schaub- 265 Yards 2 TD’s 1 Int

Arian Foster- 20 Carries 115 yards 1 TD, 4 catches 40 yards

Andre Johnson- 7 catches 90 yards 1 TD

Jacoby Jones- 5 catches 50 yards

Kevin Walter- 3 catches 26 yards

Owen Daniels 6 catches 61 yards 1 TD

Titans

Kerry Collins- 249 yards 2 TD’s 1 Int

Chris Johnson- 17 carries- 76 yards 1 TD, 5 catches 60 yards

Kenny Britt- 7 catches 78 yards 1 TD

Randy Moss- 3 Catches 75 yards

Nate Washington- 4 catches 38 yards

4 O’clocks

Atlanta @ Seattle

Falcons

Matt Ryan- 230 yards 2 TD’s 1 Int

Michael Turner- 20 carries 100 yards 1 TD

Roddy White- 8 catches 110 yards 1 TD

Michael Jenkins- 5 Catches 40 yards

Tony Gonzalez- 4 catches 50 yards 1 TD

Seahawks

Matt Hasselback- 210 yards 2 TD’s 2 Int’s

Marshawn Lynch- 16 carries 55 yards, 3 catches 20 yards

Mike Williams- 6 catches 89 yards 1 TD

Ben Obama- 4 catches 45 yards

Denver @ Oakland

Broncos

Tim Tebow- 188 yds 1 TD 1 Int, 36 rushing yds

Knowshon Moreno 19 Carries 90 yards 1 TD, 3 catches 27 yards

Brandon Lloyd- 4 Catches 30 yards

Jabaar Gaffney- 4 catches 40 yards

Eddie Royal- 5 catches 55 yards

Raiders

Jason Campbell- 230 yards 2 TD’s 1 Int, 20 yds rushing

Darren Mcfadden- 20 carries 145 yards 1 TD, 4 catches 50 yards 1 TD

Michael Bush- 10 Carries 40 yards 1 TD

Louis Murphy- 5 catches 50 yards

Zach Miller- 5 Catches 56 yards

New York Jets @ Pittsburgh

Jets

Mark Sanchez- 200 yards 1 TD 1Int, 1 Fumble

Shonn Greene- 10 Carries 38 yards, 1 Catch 7 yards

L.T.- 12 carries 40 yards , 2 catches 10 yards

Santonio Holmes- 5 catches 70 yards 1 TD

Braylon Edwards- 3 catches 30 yards

Jerricho Cotchery- 5 catches 40 yards

Dustin Keller- 5 catches 60 yards

Steelers

Ben Rothlisberger- 210 Yards 2 TD’s 1 Int

Rashad Mendenhall-  18 carries 66 yards, 2 catches 20 yards

Mike Wallace- 4 catches 40 yards

Hines Ward- 7 catches 86 yards 1 TD

Green Bay @ New England  8:20 Sunday Night

Matt Flynn- 210 yds 1 TD 2 int’s

Brandon Jackson- 9 carries 37 yards, 1 catch 10 yards

James Starks- 11 Carries 44 yards 1 TD, 2 catches 15 yards

Greg Jennings- 6 catches 60 yards

James Jones- 3 catches 30 yards

Patriots

Tom Brady- 230 yards 2 TD’s 1 Int

Ben Jarvus Green-Ellis- 15 carries 60 yards 1 TD

Danny Woodhead- 7 carries 30 yards, 4 catches 30 yards

Deion Branch- 4 catches 48 yards

Wes Welker- 8 catches 99 yards 1 TD

Aaron Hernandez- 5 catches 60 yards

Rob Gronkowski- 4 catches-40 yards 1 TD

Chicago @ Minnesota 8:30 Monday Night

Bears

Jay Cutler- 180 yards 1 TD 2 Int’s

Matt Forte- 16 carries 50 yards, 3 catches 15 yards

Chester Taylor- 5 carries 20 yards, 3 catches 30 yards

Johnny Knox- 5 catches 60 yards

Earl Bennett- 3 catches 40 yards 1 TD

Greg Olsen- 2 catches 30 yards

Vikings

Joe Webb- 150 yards 2 Int’s, 35 rushing yards

Adrian Peterson- 22 carries 90 yards 1 TD, 4 catches 40 yards

Toby Gerhart 10 carries 30 yards

Sidney Rice- 5 catches 60 yards

Percy Harvin- 3 catches 30 yards

Visanthe Shiancoe- 2 catches 10 yards