Brandon Myers TE (24% owned) - TEs like Pettigrew, Rudolph, and Finley should not be on your team as they have become ghosts in their offense. Myers is a TE you need to have. With the Raiders hurting at RB, the offense will lean on Carson Palmer and he'll have to air it out. Palmer did just that on Sunday against the Bucs and Myers benefited. Myers finished with 8 catches for 59 yards and 2 TDs. PPR league or not, add Myers if you dont have one of the elite TEs.
Joique Bell RB (20% owned) - Bell had 13 carries, 73 yards and a TD in a blowout win over the Jaguars. Bell showed that he's a valuable RB not only in the passing game but now in the run game. Bell is averaging 11 yards per reception and has 23 catches on the year. If you play in a PPR league, Bell is worth an add as he'll continue to see plenty of time on the field. He's doing exactly what the Lions wanted out of Jahvid Best.
Golden Tate WR (13% owned) - Tate is quickly becoming Russell Wilson's favorite target, especially in the short field. Wilson constantly looks Tate's way and Tate is making the most of it, racking up 11 catches over the last two weeks. Tate has 5 TDs on the year after 2 TDs Sunday against the Vikings.
T.Y. Hilton WR (10% owned) - Andrew Luck is making a name for himself in the NFL after a 433 yard performance against the Dolphins. Luck throws the ball a ton and that benefits Hilton especially in PPR leagues. Luck made it clear that he trusts Hilton, throwing his way 11 times and Hilton finished the game with 6 catches, 102 yards and a TD. With a below average run game, the Colts will continue to be a pass heavy offense and Hilton should rack up the receptions and yards.
Good For A Week
Marcel Reece RB (6% owned) - With McFadden and Mike Goodson going down with injuries in week 9, Marcel Reece looks to be in line for a start at RB against a Ravens defense who are not stingy against the run this year. Reece played WR in college so he could come up big in PPR leagues.
Players to Watch
Taiwan Jones (2% owned) - If these injuries to McFadden and Goodson keep them sidelined for an extended period of time then Jones will finally see some touches. All depends on how severe the injuries are. Keep an eye on the RB situation in Oakland.