Torrey Smith hasn't seen the end zone in a long while, and he's a game-time decision coming from a concussion. Doesn't sound like a recipe for fantasy production, imho, even against the NYG's weak secondary. And heck, the guy might not even play.
With Malcolm Floyd's injury, Danario Alexander will be shadowed by Antonio Cromardie, who has become a real shutdown corner since Revis got injured. This likely won't be a bounce-back week for this talented off-the-street free agent.
Brandon Gibson has 17 targets in his last two games, which is reason for at least some confidence. Some. Bradford looks to have a nice day with a comfortable pocket against Bucs' terrible passing D. HOWEVER, with Amendola back there is no reason to put any true confidence in any other Rams WR.
Beannie Wells is awful, just like everyone says. He's probably a low-end flex option this week. But, I'd have to say I believe he is your only flex option. If I am you, I start Chris Wells against a Chicago front 7 that is injury-stricken, exhausted (kept on the field constantly due to their terrible offense) and more and more vulnerable as the weeks progress.