The Falcons are playing great football as they continue to win tough games on the road. The Browns are still a joke and Eric Mangini is likely coaching his last year there.
Matt Ryan: 16/28 for 187 yards with 1 TD and 0 INT’s. Ryan has been steady all season but he still has not given owners consistent fantasy numbers yet. Whats interesting about Ryan is that he wins game but he always leaves you wanting a bit more. This could be as good as he gets which is decent but not a fantasy football superstar by any means yet.
Michael Turner: 19 carries for 140 yards. Turner was a monster today and these are the games you just love when it comes to him carrying the ball. He didn’t register a catch which -lowers his value in PPR leagues but he is a yardage and TD machine.
Roddy White: 5 catches for 101 yards with 1 TD. I have said on more than one occasion that Roddy White has been my fantasy football team’s MVP and he continues to show why. He has no scored in 3 out of 5 games and has provided great yardage and PPR worthy receptions on to of it.
Harry Douglas: 2 catches for 17 yards. Douglas has stepped up to the number 2 wideout role on this team but he is not worth fantasy football attention.
Tony Gonzalez: 5 catches for 41 yards. Gonzalez has been good to great the last three weeks and it appears his early season slump is a thing of the past. He is still rock solid.
Seneca Wallace: 11/15 for 139 yards for 1 TD and 0 INT’s. Wallace got hurt midway through the game and was replaced by Jake Delhomme. Don’t figure on seeing Wallace again until the next Delhomme injury.
Peyton Hillis: 10 carries for 28 yards with 1 fumble along with 4 catches for 49 yards. Hillis didn’t look like himself and a bruised thigh could be to blame. However he caught a decent amount of balls which helps the bottom line in PPR leagues; although he killed you in TD heavy leagues. Give him a pass for one bad game and ride him out next week.
Chansi Stuckey: 5 catches for 54 yards. Stuckey has taken the reigns of the WR 2 spot on this team but he is not even a WR 3 in fantasy football.
Mohammud Massaquoi: 5 catches for 55 yards. Glad you could join us Mr. Massaquoi. The man has been missing all season to this point and he has not proven to be useful in almost all fantasy football leagues.
Ben Watson: 5 catches for 45 yards. Watson has been pretty decent lately but I still wont endorse him as anything but a low end bye week fill in due to the horrid QB play on this unit.