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October 21, 2007

QUARTERBACK

JEFF GARCIA

Buccaneers ATLions

The 37-year-old ismore accurate now than he's ever been, even in his 49ers glory days, and he hasyet to throw an interception. With running back Cadillac Williams out, Garciawill try to light up Detroit's lax pass defense.

Brian Griese

Bears ATEagles

Devin Hester gothis first receiving touchdown on Sunday, and rookie tight end Greg Olsen isemerging as a weapon. The Eagles' secondary should be vulnerable to the longball with Lito Sheppard and Brian Dawkins banged up.

RUNNING BACK

Brian Leonard

Rams atSeahawks

Against a weak runD, payoff at last (assuming Steven Jackson remains out) from a back who oncelooked liked a waiver-wire steal.

Lamont Jordan

Raiders vs.Chiefs

He has averaged5.1 yards over 23 carries in his last two games against K.C. This timearound he'll get more reps and rack up the yards.

Fred Taylor

Jaguars vs.Colts

Remember the BobSanders Rule: Indy's run defense stinks without him. Also start MauriceJones-Drew.

WIDE RECEIVER

Derrick Mason

Ravens atBills

Mason is quietlyleading the league in receptions, with 49. He'll build on that against a Billsdefense that is giving up an AFC-worst 288 passing yards a game.

PatrickCrayton

Cowboys vs.Vikings

With Terry Glennout, Crayton has emerged as Dallas's most sure-handed wideout; he's alreadycaught four TDs playing alongside T.O. and Jason Witten.

MarvinHarrison

Colts ATJaguars

Harrison sat outthe Colts' last game with a bruised knee--but only as a precaution. He will befresh for the Jags, against whom he has eight TDs in 11 games.

TIGHT END

David Martin

Dolphins VS.Patriots

Once a descentfantasy option with the Packers, Martin, who caught his first two TD passes of'07 in Cleveland on Sunday, again has a QB who's looking for him.  Expectgreen Cleo Lemon to lean on the short passing game even more against the Pats'swarming defense.

KICKER

Matt Stover

Ravens atBills

Here's all youneed to know about the Ravens' ability to finish drives: The team averages astunning 3.5 field goal attempts for every offensive touchdown scored.

DEFENSE / SPECIALTEAMS

Bears at EaglesSince Week 4, no QB has more combined INTs and sacks (16) than Donovan McNabb.Oh, and the Bears have Devin Hester, perhaps the most dangerous kick returnerever.

alsostart QB David Garrard Jaguars, QB Damon Huard Chiefs, WR Ike HilliardBuccaneers, WR Laveranues Coles Jets, Tampa defense

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