(ATL at DET)
- The Detroit Triplets (DET) - The trio of Kitna, KJ and Roy Williams delivered another solid fantasy performance in week 9. Kitna threw for 321 yards and a TD to go along with 17 yards on the ground. KJ racked up 140 yards and 2 TDs (110 rushing) as he continues to be a top 5 fantasy back. Roy hauled in 6 passes for 138 yards and a TD. These three may be the most productive fantasy trio in the NFL right now and are all must starts.
- Alge Crumpler (ATL) - Alge had the drops again, but still found the End Zone. He caught a team high 4 passes for 47 yards and the TD. He is a must start every week.
- Mike Furrey (DET) - Furrey continued his solid play with 4 catches for 72 yards. He was the target of a couple red zone passes and is very involved for the Lions.
- Jason Hanson (DET) - Went 3 for 3 on the day and now has 7 FGAs in his last 3 games. As this offense continues to improve, Hanson will get more and more opportunities. He is a solid waiver wire addition for the stretch run.
Cause for Concern
- ATL DEF (ATL) - The Falcons have now surrendered 27+ points in 4 straight games. They can't seem to stop anyone and should not be started unless the matchup is incredibly favorable.
(CLE at SD)
- LaDainian Tomlinson (SD) - LT had another monster game with 172 yards rushing and 3 TDs on 18 carries. He also caught 3 passes for 20 yards and is UNSTOPPABLE right now. If he keeps this up, LT owners will be winning lots of fantasy championships this year.
- Kellen Winslow (CLE) - Winslow continued his solid play with an 11 catch, 78 yard game against the Chargers. Sure a bunch of his catches came in garbage time, but Winslow still leads all TEs in receptions and is having a pro bowl year.
- Phil Dawson (CLE) - Dawson went 6-6 in this one and now has 12 FGs in his last 4 games. He is a good waiver pickup as the Browns seem to be moving the ball under their new OC.
Cause for Concern
- Reuben Droughns (CLE) - As expected, RD came back to Earth with a 19 carry, 36 yard game against the Chargers. He will get a lot of carries down the stretch, but is only a recommended play against weaker defenses.