Rashad Jennings, RB, Oakland Raiders
In the three weeks that Darren McFadden has been injured, Jennings has dominated, posting two touchdowns and 340 rushing yards. Additionally, with 19 carries per game during this spell, and a matchup against the Titan's 27th ranked run defense, all the pieces are in place for Jennings to have another fantastic week.
Aaron Dobson, WR, New England Patriots
Sunday night's blockbuster game between the Patriots and the Broncos is undoubtedly going to be a shootout, with two of the best quarterbacks ever to play the game, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, going up against each other. Despite his early-season drop difficulties, Dobson has managed to jump Julian Edelman and Kenbrell Thompkins on the depth chart, and now lays claim to the role of Tom Brady's number one wide receiver. He will still receive fewer targets than Gronkowski and Shane Vereen, but he should get enough balls headed his way to put in a good performance.
Scott Tolzien, QB, Green Bay Packers
The way the Minnesota pass defense is playing right now, I'd start Uncle Rico in my fantasy league if he was playing against them. Even if Tolzien is not Aaron Rodgers, he still has loads of offensive weapons, and looks a pretty good pick against a Minnesota defense that has allowed more than one passing touchdown against them in all but two games.
Lamar Miller, RB, Miami Dolphins
Miller has not lived up to the lofty expectations we had for him at the start of the year, but he has managed to provide a decent amount of consistency in a year that has seen very poor running back production. Thus, he continues to be played in a number of leagues despite his low upside. In the past two weeks, though, he only has eleven rushes for nineteen yards, as Daniel Thomas has emerged as the Dolphin's number one back. In addition, Miller goes up against a top 5 Panther's defense this week. Lack of touches and a tough matchup are not a good recipe for success; keep Miller on your bench this Sunday.
Steve Smith, WR, Carolina Panthers
Steve Smith always seems to have a positive impact on the Panthers, whether he's making a clutch catch or requiring double coverage. However, the play of Smith that has been so important to the Panthers this year, has not quite translated well to fantasy football. He only has three touchdowns on the year, and has yet to record more than 70 yards. Thus, with a tough matchup against the Dolphin's defense this week, Smith should be taking a rest on your bench.
Robert Griffin III, QB, Washington Redskins
Though his fantasy production has been great in the past two weeks, I think its if fair to asses these games as outliers for Griffin. In particular, last week Griffin struggled mightily against a lousy Eagle's defense before recording two long touchdowns late in the fourth quarter (one of which was a bit fluky). If you watched the game, its was obvious that Griffin is not that same quarterback that he was last year, when he won rookie of the year. If the Eagles were able to stifle RGIII, surely the sturdy 49er's defense will be up to the task.