Trent Richardson fans have to be happy, Bradshaw fans not so much. Jordan Cameron’s stock will take a dive with the 3rd string and no running game. Injuries took out starting running backs last week, while other teams like the Texans and Bills make you want to start both of their running backs with splitting carries. Very few backs left in the league getting the majority of touches. It’s been the dominant performance thus far for tight-ends, wide-receivers and quarterbacks, with only a handful of dominant running back performances. My advice is to sell high on some of the names that will soon disappoint, and leading the way is McFadden. He may stay healthy, but it’s Oakland, and they have played the Colts and Jaguars, his best games are already behind him.
Eagles Trio- Vick, McCoy and Jackson. McCoy was expected to be a major factor in this new style of offense. Vick we knew could be drafted as a bottom tier qb in a 12 team league, or one of the first few back-ups with upside, when “healthy.” Jackson has to be the biggest surprise of all, not because he is catching the deep pass, but the face that he has 16 catches and is leading the entire NFL in receiving yards.
Chiefs- Charles and Bowe. Charles is a no-brainer, he will collect 125 total yards and a touchdown easily. Bowe has been off to a mediocre start, but should have plenty of opportunity to put up stats versus a very bad secondary.