Ballers of the Week
Williams had the best game of his NFL career and surprised every one in fantasy leagues when he rushed 20 times for 125 yards and two touchdowns. He also had a 25-yard TD reception to add to his stellar day. Though this was a breakout game for Williams, I still don’t think he has solidified himself as the number one starter in
Jonathan Stewart continues to impress and get just as many carries as Williams. He is still worthy of a start in all formats though.
Jacobs put together a great game against
The Panthers “D” looked like the unstoppable force from a few years ago, pitching a shutout against the Chiefs. They had two INT’s, a fumble recovery and three sacks on a day where
Busts of the Week
After having four TD’s in two games, LT came back with a terrible outing against a subpar Miami Dolphin squad. He ran for just 35 yards and had 22 receiving yards. Tomlinson is still not 100% healthy by any means, so owners should watch him very closely over the next few weeks.
, WR Washington Redskins
Moss had been a Top 5 fantasy WR in 2008 until he got shutout against the Eagles on Sunday. It was a very frustrating day for Santana and his owners as the Philly defense was constantly double teaming him and keeping an eye on him at all times. Moss should bounce back next week against
, WR Indianapolis Colts
Marvin seems to be completely healthy after his offseason knee surgery, but he just hasn’t gotten it going yet and week five was a perfect example of this.
Reggie Wayne is clearly the number one WR in Indy and you might want to find another option right now until
, WR Carolina Panthers
Steve Smith is attracting. Grab him if you need some WR help.
The backup RB in
Keep on your Fantasy Radar
, WR Arizona Cardinals
Breaston has become the solid No. 3 WR in
Anquan Boldin out indefinitely he has been given a bigger role in the pass-happy offense. QB Kurt Warner has been consistently looking for Breaston on the sidelines and down field and could emerge as a very good flex player at the very least in 2008.
Must Start of Week Six
Brian Westbrook is going to play week six against the 49ers because he has two broken ribs, so in all likelihood Buckhalter will get the start. He is a solid RB who can catch the ball out of the backfield and has great speed. If Westbrook does indeed remain on the sidelines, start Correll with confidence and expect around 15 points with a good possibility for more against a weak San Fran defense.
Please Bench of Week Six
, QB Cleveland Browns
Matt Hasselbeck and the Seahawks. His struggles should continue next week so if you have him put in another option.