Flacco : I think you have your QB situation sewn up. Hass is a great backup to a guaranteed top 5 QB.
Hightower: Interesting, but I wouldn't take the chance on a repeat performance of last week. He won't be catching that many balls and will probably lose his starting gig in the near future.
Carlson: I like him a lot this year, but I would not spend a roster spot on a backup TE.
Henderson: He is my choice as the first WR FA to pick up this week. He was on the field for every play that Colston was, and has enormous potential in that offense if he can keep that starting spot.
magahee: I don't see you starting him this year unless Rice gets hurt. His role will probably diminish as the year goes on, and you can't always count on those 2 tds.
gage: Solid pickup, should have a good year. Consistent and reliable, if not flashy, on a run-first team.
mike bell: Do you believe the hype of a time share? You already have PT, so I would say he is a good pickup.
caddy: Starting RB in a timeshare. If he stays healthy, he has a lot of value.
earl bennett: I still don't believe in the "same college team" thing. Olsen will get more looks and his will go down.
mike bush: A good bench player to have. He should get good red zone looks.
mark clayton: I am not sure what to say about him. I don't think I trust him quite yet. Good week, though.
meachem: 4th WR on a good passing team. It seems that he is only a deep threat, though.
laurent robinson: I don't think that the 2nd WR on a bad passing team is worth a shot.
RBs: Caddy, Bell, Bush, McGahee.
WRs: Henderson, Gage, Bennett, Clayton, Robinson, Meachem
I think that Caddy is a no-brainer as a pick up, looking as good as he did on Sunday. He is #1
Having Pierre Thomas already, Bell is also a good pick. He is #2
As I said, Henderson is my pick for the week of the WRs. I like how he is looking after 1 week: A worthy gamble