I think Freeman
is a safer - and in this case, better - option as he's a lock for double digits and faces a D in the Redskins that's 7th-worst in terms of most fantasy ppg allowed to QBs. Schaub has been decent lately, but has struggled vs. tough pass defenses this season and Houston will continue to ride Foster in an attempt to control the clock, etc.
All the RBs have pretty brutal matchups - all face Ds in the top half as far as fantasy ppg allowed to opposing RBs - so I think I'd roll with Bradshaw since it's PPR and he's getting more than enough touches to justify the start. Jackson is a decent second option though if you're sqeamish about the Vikes D with Ahmad...
At WR, it has to be Bennett. He's been getting more and more involved and has seemingly taken over from Devin Hester as the Bears' WR2/slot guy who will get a lot of looks in that offense. White is still probably a fourth-best option in that Colts offense without Collie, and that's not worth a playoff start for me (only way he'd have a push as far as upside is a TD-only league, because he's been targeted down in the red zone quite a bit lately).
Hope this helps
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