Ryan Fitzpatrick- I’m just kidding, he’s terrible.
Dion Lewis (RB-NE 40%) It’s sounding more and more like this will be the week that Dion Lewis makes his season debut for the Patriots. He isn’t going to significantly cut into Blount’s carries, but if/when he is all the way back he should take most of if not all of James White’s touches. If Lewis can be close to the guy he was before his injury, he should become a solid asset especially in PPR leagues.
James Starks (RB GB 19%) Ty Montgomery has done a nice job filling in at running back for the Packers, but with Starks expected to come back this week he should slide right into the starting role. He won’t get all of the carries at first as they will ease him in by splitting time with Ty, but he should take the reigns with the starting job once he’s 100% back. He shouldn’t be considered more than an RB3
Rob Kelley (RB-WAS 30%) – Coming out of the bye, Washington coach Jay Gruden said that Matt Jones will have to earn a role in the offense, and he is rolling with Rob Kelley as his starter. Which he has no reason not to. Jones is coming off an injury, and has been very inconsistent throughout his time as starter. Before the bye, Kelley played very well with 21 carries for 87 yards and a score against a very solid Bengals defense. He does have a difficult matchup this week against the suddenly sinking Vikings.
Eric Ebron ( TE DET 55%) For the two games that Ebron has played since the return from injury he has caught 14 of 18 targets for 171 yards. He doesn’t have any touchdowns since his return, but with his size he will get multiple red zone opportunities. He has made a big difference maker since his return, and he has the chance to be an every week TE1 if he can add some touchdowns to his receiving totals.
Jamison Crowder (WR WAS 51%) Seriously, go pick this guy up. I’ve written about him on numerous occasions. See here, because nothing has changed since his bye week. http://www.killboretime.com/waiver-wire-week-9/
Keep an eye on Sammy Watkins who has a chance to return from injury after the bye. If you have the room to scoop him up and stash him should jump on it. Also keep an eye on Kapri Bibbs (RB DEN). Since being given the starting job, Devontae Booker he has underwhelmed to say the least. The coaches have said that Bibbs has earned a bigger role in the Denver offense.