We come off a Week 9 where Doug Martin captured the hearts and minds of fantasy owners everywhere. I received two offers for Martin in my main league that I would have jumped at preseason (Martin for Wes Welker and Jamaal Charles, and Martin for Julio Jones and Kyle Rudolph), but I had to hit “Reject” on both. I’m committed to seeing this Martin thing through. He checks in as my third-ranked running back this week. Where is everyone else? Keep reading to find out.
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Carson Palmer. Coming off a four-TD game, Palmer should stay hot against the injured Ravens defense.
Shonn Greene. Greene’s had three straight good fantasy performances, and I’ll stick with him in a bad matchup.
Ty Hilton. Hilton came on strong in Week 9, leading Indy in targets, and he should rise again with Donnie Avery hurt.
Brandon Myers. He finally broke the TD drought with two scores, and his usage rate places him in TE1 territory.
Greg Zuerlein. Legaton is back off a bye, so be sure to add him and start him in San Francisco.
Cowboys Defense. The Eagles are missing approximately 47 offensive lineman. DeMarcus Ware, do your thing.
Philip Rivers. Good matchup, but the Chargers haven’t been throwing a lot. Rivers is on pace for a 24:20 TD:INT ratio.
Isaac Redman. Jonathan Dwyer should be back Monday night, so the Pittsburgh time-share could be back on.
Brian Hartline. He bounced back in Week 9, but was it a product of poor Indy defense? I don’t trust him again yet.
Jared Cook. He has all the talent in the world, but poor fantasy numbers all year have him off the radar.
Garrett Hartley. The Saints continue to score TDs, not FGs, so be sure to pass on Hartley again.
New York Jets. Russell Wilson plays very well at home, so avoid relying on the Jets defense on the road this week.
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