The Superstar is averaging over 7 yards a touch and is soooo Chris Johnsonesque it’s scary. His lack of touchdowns is the only thing keeping him from fantasy insanity, but he did get one to go with his 176 yards against Seattle. The two times he’s gotten over 20 carries he has over 20 fantasy points. And now he says he is feeling the best he has felt all season. He’ll continue doing the good work.
Dwayne Bowe: Well, I was wrong about Mr. Bowe. He has actually pushed the fantasy insanity envelope and is averaged over 21 fantasy points in his last 7 games and that is in non-PPR. Ride that Dwayne train.
Peyton Hillis: Every time Peyton Hillis scores a touchdown a hoodie loses its string. So three hoodie strings mysteriously disappeared during the Browns/Panthers game. 194 yards and 3 touchdowns are going to lead a lot of teams to victory this week and beyond.
Kyle Orton: Neck Beard hasn’t been as consistent as he was early in the season, but he has picked things up in two out of the last three games. And remember that he gets Houston in week 16. That’s a lottery ticket just waiting to be cashed.
Knowshon Moreno: Once again the Broncos got behind and abandoned the run, but Moreno once again was used heavily in the passing game with 9 targets and 6 receptions. He’s getting into that RB 1 range now.
Michael Turner: Four of his last 5 games have been 17+ fantasy point affairs. And his 100 yard rushing, 1 touchdown game against a tough Green Bay defense is one of those games you expect from your first round pick. He has a nice schedule to finish the season so feel good going forward.
Anquan Boldin: Take out his 32 point game in week 3 he is averaging 6 fantasy points a game. He still throws a low double digit game in there once in a while, but he also has been shut out twice. I would think about sitting him more often.
Stevie Johnson: He dropped the game winning touchdown to go along with 4 other drops and then went on Twitter to call out God for forsaking him. He really should go the Brett Favre route and leak some nagging ailment instead.
Fred Jackson: This guy is a juggernaut! He did fairly well running on the Steelers, but had a huge game receiving. He totaled 163 yards and had a touchdown. His schedule isn’t great, but I sure didn’t expect the game he had against Pittsburgh.
Mike Goodson: He had a big game totaling 136 yards and a touchdown. It looks like his role will depend a lot on if the Panthers are in pass mode or run mode. Knowing the Panthers D they might be in pass mode more often than not. He looks good to go in PPR leagues, but will be hit and miss in non-PPR.
Jonathan Stewart: He rushed 12 times for 98 yards and looks like he will return to the starting role while Goodson takes over passing downs. This game was a nice improvement over his pre-injury games.
Jay Cutler: He hasn’t lived up to my expectations this season, but yesterday’s game was where I hoped he would be living. This is his first foray into Four TD land this season, but he has had good outings now in 3 of his last 4 games and his next 3 games are @DET, NE, @MIN. But I would look elsewhere in week 16 against the Jets.
Aaron Rodgers: His rushing ability came in handy once again for fake footballers like ourselves. He led the Packers in rushing with 51 yards and a touchdown and added 344 yards passing and a another touchdown. He has been on a tear and he has some nice matchups on the way.
Andre Johnson: Cortland Finnegan took the brunt of a pretty bad ass beat down from AJ, but this puts AJ at risk to be suspended now that he is finally healthy! We will know on Monday if he’ll be suspended or not.
Arian Foster: He totaled 218 yards, but snapped a streak of 5 games in a row with a touchdown. Worthless.
Maurice Jones-Drew: Against what was supposed to be a tough Giants defense the Jags pretty much ran at will. MJD seems to be back on track and this 100 yard game was his lowest fantasy production in 5 games. Keep him starting.
Mike Sims-Walker: He didn’t have a big game, but did have 10 targets and didn’t reinjure his ankle. He’s back into the discussion of startability.
Jacoby Ford: He’s looking like the real deal, but this is Oakland and the real deal can be served his last meal at anytime. He had 10 targets, but only grabbed 4, but did have over 100 yards and a touchdown. Those missed targets weren’t all his fault and he was wide open for a TD that Gradkowski was about a day late throwing the ball. He’s worth a shot.
Michael Vick: Even in a game where he was “contained” he still went off for 23 fantasy points. He may top 100 fantasy points against Houston on Thursday night.
Ben Obomanu: His huge numbers were helped by Big Mike Williams being out and a blown coverage, but 159 yards and a touchdown sure do catch the eye.
Rashard Mendenhall: 150 yards and a touchdown are what you want. Don’t lie to yourself.