I'll answer in reverse.
First, TE: Davis is certainly worth a flier, but if it's just to help you on a bye week, the 'Skins are off this week too. Out of those options for Wk. 8, I actually like Scaife. JAX is a vulnerable team through the air, and Tennessee, while obviously not the 13-3 team they were last year, is incredibly overdue for a good game.
Next, WR: Out of those options I like Garcon short-term and Wallace long-term. I'd keep an eye on Royal, who is certainly the most talented in the group, but thusfar he's been largely absent from the passing game for a Broncos' team that's hitting the tough part of its schedule anyway. Push comes to shove, I'd take Wallace over Garcon -- while I think Garcon has shown enough talent to stick even when Gonzalez comes back, there's no question it'll be another person to spread the ball around and away from him in Indy, whereas Wallace has arguably been even more consistent than Santonio Holmes in Pittsburgh lately. (Not that I'd take him over Holmes, but just saying!)
Finally, RB: I like Shonn Greene best out of that group. With Washington out, he'll be sharing the carries with Jones now, and while that's not as good as an every-down back, I do think you'll see quite a bit of productivity out of him at least for such a limited role, just as Washington was able to produce surprisingly consistent low RB2/high RB3 numbers before. The Jets are just solid enough of a running team to make it work. Behind him, I'd say LeSean McCoy, with Westbrook clearly on the downside of his career, Beanie Wells, who has slowly been overtaking Hightower, though on a team that passes too much to have great RBs, and then Mike Bell, who has been way better than anyone expected this year but just has too many other players competing for touches to put above the guys getting more looks. The rest of the guys on that list I just don't think are in solid enough situations to get points with any consistency -- Charles may soon get the bulk of the carries in KC, but what's he going to do that LJ didn't? (Other than not make obscene Twitter comments)
Thanks for the help on mine.
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