Wednesday - Jan 16, 2019

Home / Commentary / Inside The Gamebook – Early Games Week 7

Inside The Gamebook – Early Games Week 7

CINCINNATI 32 – ATLANTA 39


Cincinnati

Yards: Pass 412, Rush 84

Red Zone: 2-for-4, 50 percent (season: 8-for-20, 40 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – 20-yard field goal – three-and-out – punt – miss 53-yard field goal. Second Half: 33-yard field goal – Terrell Owens 19-yard touchdown – Jordan Shipley 64-yard touchdown and failed two point attempt – failed two point attempt (after defense returns fumble for touchdown – Cedric Benson fumble – Chad Ochocinco 8-yard touchdown – ran out clock.

Players:

WR – Chad Ochocinco: 16 Targets; 4 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 17, 18 yards and an 8-yard touchdown.

WR – Terrell Owens: 13 Targets; 3 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 15, 16 yards and a 19-yard touchdown.

WR – Jordan Shipley: 6 Targets; 2 deep – big plays for 30 yards and a 64-yard touchdown.

TE – Jermaine Gresham: 6 Targets.

WR – Andre Caldwell: 1 Target.

RB – Cedric Benson: 20 Rush and 2 Target; 2 red zone.

RB – Bernard Scott: 1 Rush and 5 Targets – big play for 25 yards.

Fantasy Impact: After being injured in Week 4, Shipley came back to put up 131 yards and a touchdown in Week 7. Shipley was targeted 16 times in the first three games and has converted 84 percent of his targets into receptions on the season. He is worth picking up as a speculative play.

Atlanta

Yards: Pass 299, Rush 153

Red Zone: 4-for-4, 100 percent (season: 14-for-26, 54 percent)

Drives: First Half: Brian Finneran 3-yard touchdown – three-and-out – 45-yard field goal – Roddy White 43-yard touchdown – Michael Turner 2-yard touchdown. Second Half: punt – interception on pass intended for Michael Jenkins –  White fumble – White 11-yard touchdown and successful two-point attempt to White – Turner 3-yard touchdown – three-and-out.

Players:

WR – Roddy White: 13 Targets; 5 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 18, 19, 23, 46 yards, an 11-yard touchdown and a 43-yard touchdown.

WR – Michael Jenkins: 6 Targets; 3 deep, 1 red zone.

TE – Tony Gonzalez: 4 Targets; 1 deep – big play for 22 yards.

WR – Brian Finneran: 2 Targets; 2 red zone – big play for a 3 yard touchdown.

TE – Michael Palmer: 1 Target; 1 deep.

RB – Michael Turner: 23 Rush and 3 Targets; 6 red zone – big plays for 15, 19, 36 yards, a 2-yard touchdown and a 3-yard touchdown.

RB – Jason Snelling: 5 Rush and 4 Targets; 4 red zone.

RB – Gartrell Johnson: 1 Rush – Big Plays; 23 yards.

Fantasy Impact: Atlanta is on a bye in Week 8.

BUFFALO 34 – BALTIMORE 37


Buffalo

Yards: Pass 374 Rush 132

Red Zone: 1-for-2, 50 percent (season: 7-for-12, 58 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – Lee Evans 33-yard touchdown – 21-yard field goal – Steve Johnson 33-yard touchdown – Evans 20-yard touchdown – fumble on kickoff – ran out clock. Second Half: interception on pass intended for Roscoe Parrish – turnover on downs at Baltimore 34-yard line – interception on pass intended for David Nelson – punt – Lee Evans 17-yard touchdown – 50-yard field goal. Overtime: interception on pass intended for Shawn Nelson.

Players:

WR – Roscoe Parrish: 1 Rush and 12 Targets; 2 deep, 1 red zone – big play for 22 yards.

WR – Lee Evans: 10 Targets; 5 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 19 yards, a 17-yard touchdown, a 20-yard touchdown and a 33-yard touchdown.

WR – Steve Johnson: 10 Targets; 3 deep – big plays for 34, 43 yards and a 33-yard touchdown.

WR – David Nelson: 4 Targets; 1 deep – big play for 16 yards.

TE – Shawn Nelson: 3 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone.

TE – Jonathan Stupar: 1 Target.

RB – Fred Jackson: 23 Rush and 2 Targets; 3 red zone.

RB – C.J. Spiller: 7 Rush.

FB – Corey McIntyre: 1 Target; 1 red zone.

Fantasy Impact: If an Evans’ owner became frustrated and dropped him, he is worth picking up. While Parrish was targeted 12 times last Sunday, he has only averaged 4.4 targets per game and a higher number of targets should not become a trend. While the receivers have taken off in the last two games under Fitzpatrick, keep in mind that they have played against two teams that are in the Top 10 for most points allowed to the position.

Baltimore

Yards: Pass 250, Rush 135

Red Zone: 2-for-4, 50 percent (season: 11-for-21, 52 percent)

Drives: First Half: three-and-out – 41-yard field goal – fumble on kickoff – punt – Todd Heap 26-yard touchdown – 48-yard field goal – Todd Heap 14-yard touchdown. Second Half: Anquan Boldin 34-yard touchdown – Willis McGahee 2-yard touchdown – Joe Flacco fumble – three-and-out – punt – ran out clock. Overtime: three-and-out – 38-yard field goal.

Players:

WR – Anquan Boldin: 13 Targets; 6 deep – big play for a 34-yard touchdown.

TE- Todd Heap: 5 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for a 14-yard touchdown and a 26-yard touchdown.

WR – Derrick Mason: 3 Targets; 1 deep – big play for 36 yards.

WR – T.J. Houshmandzadeh: 2 Targets; 2 deep.

TE – Ed Dickson: 2 Targets; 1 deep.

RB – Ray Rice: 16 Rush and 2 Targets; 1 red zone.

RB – Willis McGahee: 11 Rush and 2 Targets; 6 red zone – big plays for 25 yards and a 2-yard touchdown.

FB – Le’Ron McClain: 2 Targets – big plays for 16 and 19 yards.

Fantasy Impact: Baltimore is on a bye in Week 8.

SAN FRANCISCO 20 – CAROLINA 23


San Francisco

Yards: Pass 196, Rush 99

Red Zone: 1-for-3 33 percent (season: 10-for-18, 56 percent)

Drives: First Half: Vernon Davis 1-yard touchdown – punt – three-and-out – 24-yard field goal – punt. Second Half: three-and-out – three-and-out – 38-yard field goal – (defense returns interception for touchdown) – three-and-out – interception on pass intended for Michael Crabtree – ran out clock.

Players:

TE – Vernon Davis: 8 Targets; 4 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 16, 53 yards and a 1 yard-touchdown.

WR – Michael Crabtree: 5 Targets; 1 deep – big play for 18 yards.

WR – Josh Morgan: 1 Rush and 5 Targets; 2 deep, 1 red zone – big play for 22 yards.

WR – Ted Ginn: 4 Targets; 3 deep.

TE – Nate Byham: 1 Target; 1 red zone.

RB – Frank Gore: 19 Rush and 8 Targets; 1 red zone – big plays for 19, 20 and 22 yards.

RB – Brian Westbrook: 1 Rush; 1 red zone.

RB – Anthony Dixon: 1 Rush; 1 red zone.

Fantasy Impact: Alex Smith went down with a shoulder injury during last week’s game. David Carr came in last week for the injured Smith but was unimpressive and it’s been reported that Troy Smith will start at quarterback this week. Smith had not even taken a first-team practice snap yet until this week and with the game being played in London this does not set up for favorable matchups in the passing game.

Carolina

Yards: Pass 308, Rush 76

Red Zone: 1-for-3, 33 percent (season: 3-for-12, 25 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – 47-yard field goal – three-and-out – DeAngelo Williams fumble – David Gettis 18-yard touchdown – ran out clock. Second Half: 55-yard field goal – Steve Smith fumble – interception on pass intended for Jonathan Stewart – punt – turnover on downs at San Francisco 16-yard line – David Gettis 23-yard touchdown – 37-yard field goal.

Players:

WR – David Gettis: 9 Targets; 4 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 20, 39 yards, 18 yard-touchdown and a 23-yard touchdown.

WR – Steve Smith: 8 Targets; 3 deep – big play for 21 yards.

WR – Brandon LaFell: 6 Targets; 1 deep – big plays for 15 and 35 yards.

TE – Dante Rosario: 5 Targets; 1 deep.

WR – David Clowney: 1 Target.

RB – DeAngelo Williams: 19 Rush and 6 Targets; 2 red zone.

RB – Jonathan Stewart: 14 Rush and 3 Targets; 1 red zone.

RB – Mike Goodson: 2 Targets; 1 red zone.

FB – Tony Fiammetta: 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: Gettis had eight receptions for 125 yards and two touchdowns on nine targets last week. He has been targeted 21 times in the last three games and he has converted 58 percent of his targets into receptions so far on the season. He had been targeted 5.5 times per game since Week 2 until the nine targets this past week. He is worth picking up as a speculative play since he has some upside going forward with an increased role, but immediate expectations should be conservative until there is some consistency in the passing game.

WASHINGTON 17 – CHICAGO 14


Washington

Yards: Pass 200, Rush 121

Red Zone: 0-for-1, 0 percent (season: 6-for-18, 33 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – three-and-out – interception – Santana Moss 24-yard touchdown – 46-yard field goal – three-and-out – three-and-out – three-and-out – ran out clock. Second Half: punt – interception on pass intended for Joey Galloway – (defense returns interception for touchdown) – Ryan Torain fumble – miss 37-yard field goal – three-and-out – ran out clock.

Players:

TE – Chris Cooley: 9 Targets; 1 red zone.

WR – Santana Moss: 1 Rush and 8 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 16 yards and a 24-yard touchdown.

WR – Anthony Armstrong: 4 Targets; 3 deep – big plays for 20 and 22 yards.

TE – Fred Davis: 3 Targets – big play for 17 yards.

WR – Joey Galloway: 2 Targets; 1 deep.

RB – Ryan Torain: 21 Rush and 2 Targets; 1 red zone – big plays for 22, 23 and 27 yards.

FB – Mike Sellers: 3 Targets – big play for 15 yards.

RB – Keiland Williams: 1 Rush.

Fantasy Impact: Armstrong has taken over the No. 2 spot from Galloway. He is averaging 23 yards per reception and he has received most of the deep targets the past two games. The team reportedly wants to find more ways to get him the ball because his speed is catching opponents off guard. He is worth consideration as a pick up to be used in favorable matchups.

Chicago

Yards: Pass 281, Rush 66

Red Zone: 1-for-3, 33 percent (season: 6-for-20, 30 percent)

Drives: First Half: three-and-out – three-and-out – three-and-out – punt – three-and-out – three-and-out – Johnny Knox 9-yard touchdown. Second Half: Jay Cutler fumble – interception on pass intended for Devin Hester – interception on pass intended for Johnny Knox Matt Forte fumble – interception on pass intended for Knox – three-and-out – interception on pass intended for Knox.

Players:

WR – Johnny Knox: 12 Targets; 4 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 16, 25 yards and a 9-yard touchdown.

WR – Devin Hester: 2 Rush and 8 Targets; 1 deep.

TE – Greg Olsen: 6 Targets; 3 deep – big play for 23 yards.

WR – Earl Bennett: 5 Targets; 1 deep – big plays for 16 and 48 yards.

RB – Matt Forte: 10 Rush and 6 Targets; 3 red zone.

RB – Chester Taylor: 3 Rush and 2 Target.

Fantasy Impact: Chicago is on a bye in Week 8.

JACKSONVILLE 20 – KANSAS CITY 42


Jacksonville


Yards: Pass 222, Rush 84

Red Zone: 2-for-4, 50 percent (season: 9-for-17, 53 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – fumble on kick return – 35-yard field goal – Maurice Jones-Drew 18-yard touchdown – 18-yard field goal. Second Half: Mike Sims-Walker 9-yard touchdown – interception on pass intended for Zach Potter – three-and-out – punt – interception on pass intended for Tiquan Underwood – ran out clock.

Players:

TE – Marcedes Lewis: 9 Targets; 2 deep, 3 red zone – big plays for 15 and 26 yards.

WR – Mike Sims-Walker: 6 Targets; 4 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 20 yards and a 9-yard touchdown.

TE – Zach Miller: 4 Targets; 1 red zone.

WR – Tiquan Underwood: 2 Targets; 1 deep – big play for 20 yards.

TE – Zach Potter: 2 Targets.

WR – Mike Thomas: 1 Target.

RB – Maurice Jones-Drew: 16 Rush and 6 Targets; 1 deep, 3 red zone – big plays for 16, 21, 29 yards and an 18-yard touchdown.

RB – Deji Karim: 5 Rush and 3 Targets; 1 red zone.

Fantasy Impact: Thomas only had one target, no receptions and fumbled on a punt return this past game. Todd Bouman replaced the injured David Garrard which could have contributed to it. Thomas had been putting up some quality games, and with David Garrard back in at quarterback he should return back to that production, but his upside is limited due to the pedestrian totals in the passing game.

Kansas City

Yards: Pass: 193, Rush: 236

Red Zone: 4-for-4, 100 percent (season: 10-for-18, 56 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – fumble recovery on punt return and Jamaal Charles 4-yard touchdown – punt – Thomas Jones 1-yard touchdown – ran out clock. Second Half: Dwayne Bowe 53-yard touchdown – punt – (defense returns interception for touchdown) – turnover on downs at Jacksonville 24-yard line – Bowe 6-yard touchdown – Jackie Battle 1-yard touchdown.

Players:

WR – Dexter McCluster: 4 Rush and 5 Targets – big play for 15 yards.

WR – Dwayne Bowe: 5 Targets; 3 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 22 yards, a 6-yard touchdown and a 53-yard touchdown.

TE – Tony Moeaki: 3 Targets – big plays for 15 and 20 yards.

WR – Terrance Copper: 2 Targets – big play for 16 yards.

TE – Leonard Pope: 1 Target.

WR – Verran Tucker: 1 Target; 1 deep.

RB – Thomas Jones: 20 Rush; 6 red zone – big plays for 70 yards and a 1-yard touchdown.

RB – Jamaal Charles: 15 Rush; 2 red zone – big plays for 18 yards and a 4-yard touchdown.

RB – Jackie Battle: 3 Rush; 3 red zone – big play for a 1-yard touchdown.

Fantasy Impact: Moeaki is leading the team in receptions and is someone to keep an eye on. McCluster has been returning punts and kickoffs but now his plays are increasing and almost doubled in the past three games, from five to nine. He is getting rush attempts and targets in the passing game and has shown that he is a threat to take it to the house on any play this season. He is worth picking up as a speculative play while his role appears to be increasing.

PITTSBURGH 23 – MIAMI 22


Pittsburgh

Yards: Pass 302, Rush 58

Red Zone: 0-for-3, 0 percent (season: 7-for-18, 39 percent)

Drives: First Half: Ben Roethlisberger fumble – punt – 22-yard field goal – Hines Ward 21-yard touchdown – Mike Wallace 53-yard touchdown – ran out clock. Second Half: 39-yard field goal – three-and-out – punt – 18-yard field goal – ran out clock.

Players:

WR – Hines Ward: 10 Targets; 5 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 24, 26, 43 yards and a 21-yard touchdown.

WR – Mike Wallace: 4 Targets; 3 deep, 1 red zone – big play for a 53-yard touchdown.

TE – Heath Miller: 3 Targets; 1 red zone – big play for 16 yards.

WR – Antwan Randle El: 3 Targets.

WR – Emmanuel Sanders: 1 Target – big play for 18 yards.

TE – Matt Spaeth: 1 Target; 1 deep.

RB – Rashard Mendenhall: 15 Rush and 1 Target; 2 red zone.

RB – Mewelde Moore: 4 Rush and 4 Targets; 1 red zone – big plays for 16 and 29 yards.

RB – Isaac Redman: 3 Rush; 2 red zone.

Fantasy Impact: Miller will always be a threat in the red zone with Roethlisberger back under center. Miller can underwhelm at times when he stays on the line more to block. He had his first touchdown of the year in Roethlisberger’s first game back from suspension but failed to hit pay dirt this last game. Miller is someone worth considering as a speculative play to be used in favorable matchups.

Miami

Yards: Pass 257, Rush 64

Red Zone: 0-for-3, 0 percent (season: 6-for-12, 50 percent)

Drives: First Half: fumble recovery on kickoff and 39-yard field goal – 23-yard field goal – three-and-out – Brian Hartline fumble – 22-yard field goal – Davone Bess 26-yard touchdown. Second Half: punt – 37-yard field goal – three-and-out – 40-yard field goal – turnover on downs at Miami 33-yard line.

Players:

WR – Brandon Marshall: 9 Targets; 1 deep, 3 red zone – big plays for 15 and 19 yards.

WR – Davone Bess: 7 Targets – big plays for 15, 15 yards and a 26-yard touchdown.

WR – Brian Hartline: 5 Targets; 1 deep – big plays for 17 and 24 yards.

TE – Anthony Fasano: 5 Targets – big plays for 17 and 22 yards.

WR – Roberto Wallace: 1 Target.

RB – Ronnie Brown: 9 Rush and 4 Target; 1 red zone – big play for 15 yards.

RB – Ricky Williams: 11 Rush and 2 Targets; 3 red zone.

FB – Lousaka Polite: 1 Rush and 2 Targets.

Fantasy Impact: Bess is averaging nine targets per game over the past three games after averaging five targets per game during the first three games. He has also scored a touchdown in three straight games. Bess is worth picking up if available and his targets should continue to maintain a consistent level.

CLEVELAND 30 – NEW ORLEANS 17


Cleveland

Yards: Pass 87, Rush 125

Red Zone: 1-for-4, 25 percent (season: 8-for-18, 44 percent)

Drives: First Half: 23-yard field goal – Peyton Hillis 4-yard touchdown – three-and-out – three-and-out – 21-yard field goal – (defense returns interception for touchdown) – ran out clock. Second Half: punt – punt – 48-yard field goal – (defense returns interception for touchdown) – ran out clock

Players:

WR – Brian Robiskie: 4 Targets – big play for 16 yards.

WR – Chansi Stuckey: 3 Targets.

TE – Ben Watson: 2 Targets; 1 red zone – big play for 18 yards.

WR – Josh Cribbs: 1 Target; 1 deep, 1 red zone.

WR – Yamon Figurs: 1 Rush.

RB – Peyton Hillis: 16 Rush and 2 Targets; 4 red zone – big play for a 4-yard touchdown.

RB – Mike Bell: 5 Rush; 2 red zone.

FB – Lawrence Vickers: 3 Targets; 1 red zone.

Fantasy Impact: Cleveland is on a bye in Week 8.

New Orleans

Yards: Pass 356, Rush 58

Red Zone: 2-for-4, 50 percent (season: 11-for-27, 41 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – three-and-out – interception on pass intended for Ladell Betts – three-and-out – 32-yard field goal – interception – interception on pass intended for Robert Meachem. Second Half: punt – David Thomas 11-yard touchdown – interception on pass intended for Betts – Marques Colston 8-yard touchdown.

Players:

WR – Marques Colston: 15 Targets; 1 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 17, 21, 24 yards and an 8-yard touchdown.

WR – Lance Moore: 8 Targets; 1 deep, 3 red zone.

WR – Robert Meachem: 1 Rush and 5 Targets; 3 deep – big play for 29 yards.

TE – Jimmy Graham: 4 Targets; 1 red zone.

TE – David Thomas: 4 Targets; 2 red zone – big play for an 11-yard touchdown.

TE – Jeremy Shockey: 4 Targets; 1 deep – big play for 19 yards.

WR – Devery Henderson: 4 Targets; 2 deep – big play for 23 yards.

RB – Chris Ivory: 15 Rush; 1 red zone.

RB – Ladell Betts: 10 Targets; 1 red zone – big play for 16 yards.

RB- Julius Jones: 1 Rush and 1 Target.

FB – Heath Evans: 1 Rush; 1 red zone.

Fantasy Impact: Reggie Bush is at least a game away from playing so Ivory will get the start for another week but has a tough matchup against Pittsburgh. With Bush still out it also raises Moore’s status. Moore’s biggest production has always come when Bush has been out with an injury so don’t be surprised if his numbers fall after Bush gets back on the field. Meachem has come back into the picture with 159 yards receiving and two touchdowns in the last three games and could be a speculative pick up.

ST. LOUIS 17 – TAMPA BAY 18


St. Louis

Yards: Pass 126, Rush 161

Red Zone: 2-for-3, 67 percent (season: 9-for-25, 36 percent)

Drives: First Half: Sam Bradford fumble – 25-yard field goal – Danny Amendola 5-yard touchdown – Michael Hoomanawanui 2-yard touchdown – ran out clock. Second Half: three-and-out – punt – punt – punt – ran out clock.

Players:

WR – Danny Amendola: 1 Rush and 5 Targets; 2 red zone – big plays for 18, 21 yards and a 5-yard touchdown.

TE – Michael Hoomanawanui: 5 Targets; 4 red zone – big play for a 2-yard touchdown.

WR – Brandon Gibson: 5 Targets; 2 deep.

WR – Laurent Robinson: 4 Targets; 2 deep.

WR – Danario Alexander: 2 Targets.

TE – Daniel Fells: 2 Targets.

RB – Steven Jackson: 22 Rushes and 2 Targets; 4 red zone – big play for 18 yards.

RB – Kenneth Darby: 4 Rush and 1 Target; 1 red zone – big play for 19 yards.

RB – Keith Totson: 2 Rush; 1 red zone.

FB – Mike Karney: 1 Rush.

Fantasy Impact: Alexander came back down to earth and his potential impact looks uncertain now. Gibson needs to show some more consistency in order to be useful but he continues to average 5.6 targets per game. Hoomanawanui had missed four games with an ankle injury until playing two weeks ago and saw his targets increase. Hoomanawanui should remain on waivers at this point, but Sam Bradford was developing some good chemistry with him in the preseason so he is someone to keep an eye on for now.

Tampa Bay

Yards: Pass 212, Rush 124

Red Zone: 1-for-2, 50 percent (season: 6-for-15, 40 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – 35-yard field goal – three-and-out – three-and-out – 39-yard field goal. Second Half: 53-yard field goal – 38-yard field goal – punt – Cadillac Williams 1-yard touchdown and two-point attempt fails.

Players:

WR – Mike Williams: 11 Targets; 4 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 16, 18, 20 and 21 yards.

TE – Kellen Winslow: 10 Targets; 2 deep.

WR – Micheal Spurlock: 5 Targets; 2 deep.

WR – Sammie Stroughter: 3 Targets – big play for 18 yards.

WR – Arrelious Benn: 2 Targets.

RB – Carnell “Cadillac” Williams: 4 Rush and 8 Targets; 1 red zone – big play for a 1-yard touchdown.

RB – LeGarrette Blount: 11 Rush – big play for 17 yards.

RB – Kregg Lumpkin: 1 Rush.

Fantasy Impact: Kareem Huggins was placed on Injured Reserve last week and Earnest Graham was out with an injury, so that paved the way for Blount to get an increase in playing time. He produced with 72 yards on 11 carries averaging 6.5 yards per carry. Williams has averaged 2.5 yards per carry this season but has 16 targets the past two games and this could be where his strength lies right now. Blount is worth picking up on the speculation that he will see an increased role after coaches have indicated a rotation is coming this week.

PHILADELPHIA 19 – TENNESSEE 37


Philadelphia


Yards: Pass 231, Rush 99

Red Zone: 1-for-4, 25 percent (season: 11-for-20, 55 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – three-and-out – 25-yard field goal – interception on pass intended for Jeremy Maclin Riley Cooper 5-yard touchdown – 46-yard field goal. Second Half: 46-yard field goal – Kevin Kolb fumble – 28-yard field goal – three-and-out – three-and-out – three-and-out – fumble on punt return – interception on pass intended for  Cooper.

Players:

WR – Jeremy Maclin: 1 Rush and 14 Targets; 5 deep, 2 red zone – big play for 17 yards.

WR – Jason Avant: 8 Targets; 1 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 16 and 16 yards.

WR – Riley Cooper: 6 Targets; 2 deep, 2 red zone – big play for 37 yards and a 5-yard touchdown.

TE – Brent Celek: 5 Targets; 1 deep.

WR – Chad Hall: 4 Rush and 2 Targets; 1 deep.

TE – Garrett Mills: 1 Target; 1 red zone.

RB – LeSean McCoy: 16 Rush and 7 Targets; 5 red zone.

FB – Owen Schmitt: 3 Targets.

Fantasy Impact: Philadelphia is on a bye in Week 8.

Tennessee

Yards: Pass 276, Rush 75

Red Zone: 1-for-2, 50 percent (season: 13-for-21, 62 percent)

Drives: First Half: three-and-out – interception on pass intended for Nate Washington – three-and-out – Kerry Collins fumble – Kenny Britt 26-yard touchdown – three-and-out. Second Half: interception on pass intended for Britt – 41-yard field goal – Britt 80-yard touchdown – 38-yard field goal – Britt 16-yard touchdown – three-and-out – fumble recovery on punt return and 33-yard field goal – (defense returns interception for touchdown).

Players:

WR – Kenny Britt: 10 Targets; 6 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 21, 34, 42 yards, a 16-yard touchdown, a 26-yard touchdown and an 80-yard touchdown.

TE – Bo Scaife: 5 Targets.

WR – Nate Washington: 4 Targets; 3 deep.

WR – Damian Williams: 4 Targets – big play for 16 yards.

TE – Craig Stevens: 3 Targets.

WR – Lavelle Hawkins: 1 Target.

RB – Chris Johnson: 24 Rush and 4 Targets; 2 red zone.

RB – Javon Ringer: 2 Rush.

Fantasy Impact: Williams has received more playing time due to an injury to Justin Gage and he has capitalized by converting 75 percent of his targets into receptions. Williams play has reportedly moved him ahead of Hawkins and may continue to get looks even when Gage returns. He is someone to keep an eye on for now due to the pedestrian passing numbers.

About Fantasy Sharks

FantasySharks.com began in 2003, disseminating fantasy football content on the web for free. It is, or has been, home to some of the most talented and best known fantasy writers on the planet. Owned and operated by Tony Holm (5 time Fantasy Sports Writer Association Hall-of-Fame nominee,) Tony started writing fantasy content in 1993 for the only three fantasy football web sites in existence at the time.