I would start McCoy at RB2 this week. He has done pretty well in weeks that Westbrook has been absent, getting a TD in two of his three starts. Chicago's defense is mediocre, especially when covering multiple talented WR, allowing both Arizona and Cincinnati to throw for five TDs. For that reason, I see Philly getting ahead early and handing off to McCoy often in the second half.
With that said, I would not start Maclin as WR2. Chicago forces teams to spread the ball around in the passing game. In both of the five TD games, the scores were split between four receivers. The Bears pass defense is
better than their run defense.
Instead, I would start Roddy White as WR2 against the Giants. The roles are reversed in this match-up, as NY will probably be the team ahead early, Eli Manning looked better in his last game, against the Chargers, going 25 of 33 for 2 TD and 0 INT. NY is coming off of a bye week and should be hungry for a win, especially in front of a home crowd. I think Atlanta will have to go to the air early and often, especially in the absence of Turner.
That leaves the flex position for either Moreno or Henderson. I would take a chance this week and start Henderson against Tampa. Moreno has not topped 100 yards in a game this season, even in the two games he was given 21 touches. I don't really see any indication that this week will be any different and the Chargers have been pretty good at keeping teams from crossing the goal line on the ground. Henderson has had a quiet season, so far, with only one TD and one 100+ yard game, way back in week one. I think, though, that he could have a huge upside this week against Tampa. Henderson's role, primarily, seems to be the long home run threat and Tampa has given up 12 passing TD this year of 20 yards or more. Henderson, also, could get more looks this week, if the Saints get ahead early and put Colston on the bench to help his recovery from the flu.
Just one man's opinion, hope it helps. I could use some help too...viewtopic.php?f=19&t=461262