Chad Pennington at Houston – I have to think they’ll be throwing a lot more than they want since the Texans can move the ball pretty well. I’m actually starting Pennington in one league.
Gus Frerotte vs. Detroit – If you’re in desperate shape, he could come through against a brutal secondary which made Kyle Orton look pretty good last week.
Kyle Orton at Atlanta – That’s two good weeks in a row and he faces a shaky secondary this week.
Le’Ron McClain at Indianapolis – The Ravens plan is easy, run the ball all day. So McClain could do well again.
Chester Taylor vs. Detroit – If the game is a blowout, Taylor could do well as your flex player.
Bernard Berrian vs. Detroit – Assuming he’s playing, he’ll face a terrible Lion secondary which made the Bear WRs look good last week.
Anthony Gonzalez vs. Baltimore – He practiced all week so he should play. If he can go, that’s significant since the Ravens will be using one of their dime CBs as a starter and the other one will be on Gonzalez.
Kevin Walter vs. Miami – The Dolphin secondary is one of the worst in the league and Walter should be more involved this week with Matt Schaub back behind center.
Devin Hester at Atlanta – He’s starting to come on and he faces a weak Falcon secondary.
Rashied Davis at Atlanta – Like Hester, he faces a secondary that struggles against the pass.
Steve Breaston vs. Dallas – Dallas is poor against the pass and you just know Arizona will throw the ball at least 40 times in this game.
Patrick Crayton at Arizona – Yes, he’s been a total bum but the Cardinal secondary is bad to begin with and now is banged up.
Greg Camarillo at Houston – He’s a poor-mans Kevin Walter and is their top receiver. He should do well against a weak Texan secondary.
Hank Baskett at San Francisco – Baskett should start again and he’ll face a bad 49er secondary which gives up a lot of big plays down field.
Brandon Stokley vs. Jacksonville – If Eddie Royal is inactive, Stokey should be a nice #3 WR this week.
Greg Olsen at Atlanta – He’s starting to get more involved in their passing game and he faces a weak Falcon secondary.
Anthony Fasano at Houston – The Texan safeties can’t cover me and I don’t run very fast.
New York Jets vs. Cincinnati – Ryan Fitzpatrick is going to turn it over so the NYJ D makes for a nice reach play. The Bengal OL also is weak.
Tampa Bay vs. Carolina – Very quietly, they’ve been decent this season and look for Jake Delhomme to turn it over a few times.