Flood: I'm completely baffled by Chris Johnson's lack of fantasy production. Maybe I'm biased because I owned Johnson for his magical 2009 season, but I did not expect him to be this bad. Johnson is averaging only 3.1 yards per carry; he hasn't run for a TD this year and hasn't broken a run for more than 23 yards. Johnson is the most frustrating fantasy player because he's not hurt. He just stinks. You used a second- or third-round pick on the Titans running back, hoping to recapture '09 glory, and now you think about benching him on a weekly basis. It's extremely difficult to be competitive in fantasy football when relying on a player that never produces. I loved Johnson entering the season, but I will never draft him again.
GONOS: Start 'Em, Sit 'Em -- New faces in upper tier of WRs
BELLER: Player Stat Projections -- Top running backs will explode
SI STAFF: Player Rankings -- Quarterback may surprise owners
FLOOD: Waiver Wire -- Randle, Dobson worth a roster spot
BELLER, FLOOD: Weekly Roundtable -- Time to stash Brown, Crabtree?
McQUADE: Risers, Sliders -- Nick Foles emerges as a fantasy starter
BELLER: Early Week 7 advice -- Martin, Jackson owners can breathe easier