Turning last week's box scores into this week's waiver-wire magic
This is an article from the Oct. 21, 2013 issue
Thirty-four-year-old TE Dallas Clark hauls in four of his six targets for 81 yards and a TD, his best fantasy game as a Raven.
He's a clever sub in Weeks 7 and 8, when stud TEs like Jimmy Graham, Antonio Gates and Martellus Bennett face byes.
A tight end finally makes some noise for the Lions—but it's not Brandon Pettigrew. Say hello to Joseph Fauria, he of three TDs.
Fauria's another decent bye-week guy, but he also takes pressure off (and helps owners of) Calvin Johnson and Reggie Bush.
The Law Firm is open for business again: Bengals RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis runs for 86 yards on 18 carries in an OT win over the Bills.
The Gio Bernard--BJGE backfield split resembles the Bills' Spiller--Jackson combo. Avoid this sticky sitch if you can.
Eagles QB Nick Foles does a dandy Michael Vick impression: 296 yards and three TDs through the air, plus a rushing score in beating the Bucs.
Whoever starts against the Cowboys in Week 7—Vick or Foles—will be a great play against the league's 30th-ranked pass D.
With 82 yards and his fourth TD of 2013, he's clearly Oakland's top target. For once there's some value in that.
Green Bay's WR corps is suddenly sapped. This second-year man out of Virginia Tech gets a chance in an explosive O.
He took a hit due to Tampa's QB mess, but Mike Glennon appears capable. V-Jax returns to WR1 status.
He was shut down by Pittsburgh, sure—but the real trouble is the crowded backfield. He barely got half of New York's carries this week.
The consensus fantasy first-rounder can't shake Fred Jackson and simply doesn't get the touches to do what owners expect of him.
Josh Freeman may take over soon. Lay off Cassel, Christian Ponder and any Vikings receiving weapon for now.