Chris Wells, Cardinals –
The schedule gets tougher, but Wells keeps finding the end zone and has put up fantasy helpers against two straight good run defenses.
LeGarrette Blount, Buccaneers –
Blount left the Bucs' blowout loss to San Francisco with a knee injury and is in jeopardy of missing this week's game.
BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Patriots –
Just when everyone was ready to anoint Stevan Ridley as the second coming of Sam "Bam" Cunningham, Law Firm answers with a career-best 136 yards and his fifth touchdown in as many games.
Brandon Jacobs, Giants –
While Jacobs recovers from a mild knee sprain, the Giants are morphing into a passing team; that's going to cost him snaps.
Joseph Addai, Colts –
The good news is, Addai said he didn't feel his hamstring tear in the loss to Kansas City. The bad news is just about everything else--specifically, the continuing struggles of the Indy offense and the lingering presence of Delone Carter and Donald Brown.
DeAngelo Williams, Panthers –
As long as he keeps breaking off long touchdown runs, Williams will be a fantasy helper. And his yards-per-carry average suggests he should keep getting opportunities to do so.
Jackie Battle, Chiefs –
Thomas Jones looked competent against the soft Colts' run D, but that didn't stop Todd Haley from going to the bullpen for Battle. The matchups won't be quite as fantasy friendly going forward, but it looks as though Battle will be getting touches.
Knowshon Moreno, Broncos –
Yes, he scored last week; if you can sell high based on that you shoudl do so. Moreno didn't get a single carry in the game (his TD came on a screen pass), and with Tim Tebow taking snaps his chances of meaningful carries takes a hit as well.