Here's a look at players worth considering, and others who would look better in someone else's lineup.
Catch 'em while you can
Bryce Brown, RB, Eagles. The rookie could get his first career start in Week 12 if LeSean McCoy's concussion proves to be serious. Brown has shown flashes in limited opportunities, but he's unlikely to match McCoy's production in the Eagles' struggling offense.
James Starks, RB, Packers. Here we go again. Alex Green couldn't get the job done, and Cedric Benson isn't ready to return. Starks is healthy again and has been the Packers' primary ballcarrier for two consecutive games.
Ronnie Hillman, RB, Broncos. If Willis McGahee's knee injury grounds him for a game or more, Hillman is the backup to grab. The rookie's running style has been likened to that of Darren Sproles, but he also offers every-down upside.
Justin Blackmon, WR, Jaguars. As we head toward the postseason, our benches should be stocked with our top RBs' handcuffs and receivers with upside. Jacksonville's prized rookie fits that mold, after his stirring coming-out party. Though Blackmon will struggle to deliver consistent production in this offense, you have to be impressed with a 236-yard, one-TD outing against the mighty Texans. Next up: Tennessee.
Don't be fooled
Chad Henne, QB, Jaguars. Surely you must be joking.
Bilal Powell, RB, Jets. The second-year rusher just scored his first two career touchdowns, but he's unlikely to supplant Shonn Greene as the Jets' starter. Rather, he may have succeeded in creating a committee situation, in which case Greene's value takes yet another hit. There's not enough fantasy production in that backfield to split between two players.
Julian Edelman, WR, Patriots. Even with Rob Gronkowski out for several weeks and Aaron Hernandez still hobbling on a bum ankle, Edelman's role in the Patriots' offense is too sketchy to rely upon. Take away the punt return score, and the veteran's 58-yard, one-touchdown afternoon was still his best fantasy production since 2009.
Garrett Graham, TE, Texans. I suppose if Schaub has another five-touchdown outing, we might notice Graham again. But, more likely, he'll return to the shadows until Daniels suffers another injury.
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