Turning last week's box scores into this week's waiver-wire magic
This is an article from the Nov. 4, 2013 issue
The Eagles' offense sputters without Michael Vick: RB LeSean McCoy picks up just 65 total yards from scrimmage.
Forget his sweet start. McCoy has 100 total yards in only one of his last five games; it gets worse if Matt Barkley is QB.
Browns WR Josh Gordon catches five passes for 132 yards and a TD against the Chiefs' defense, one of the NFL's best ...
... And that with Jason Campbell at QB. Gordon is matchup-proof—even more so if he gets traded, as is rumored.
Calvin Johnson absolutely goes off against the Cowboys, hauling in 14 passes for 329 yards, the second-highest total in history.
Dallas's secondary has allowed 15 TDs and 2,671 passing yards in '12. You've got to consider any WR or QB who faces this unit.
Bengals WR Marvin Jones goes absolutely Megatron: eight receptions for 122 yards and four scores, equaling his career TD total.
With a suddenly dynamic WR2 to complement A.J. Green, Andy Dalton (11 TDs in his last three games) is a top 10 fantasy QB.
With TE Jimmy Graham hobbled, he had 129 yards and two TDs. That will earn Stills a larger role in this powerful New Orleans O.
He's warming up for another strong second half: 221 passing yards, 50 rushing and three TDs against the Buccaneers.
The rookie from Clemson ran for 154 yards and a TD on 15 carries in his first start. Bet on him holding down that spot.
Life's tough all alone. In two games without Julio Jones or Roddy White, he has just five grabs for 56 yards, zero TDs.
We're in uncharted territory: With just 116 yards on Sunday, his per-pass average dropped to a career-low 5.94 yards.
After racking up 208 yards in Week 1, he has 343 in seven games since, including 56 on four catches against the lowly Jags.