Derek Carr: Coming off his best game of the season in which he threw for 3 TDs and nearly 300 yds, Carr finds himself in an ideal spot to repeat this performance. Carr heads home to face the Lions who have allowed either 300 yards or multiple passing TDs in every game this season.
Daniel Jones: If your team looks like it’s heading towards the playoffs, Daniel Jones is someone you may want to stash at the end of your bench. He could actually prove to be the difference maker in any of your playoff matchups as he gets both the Redskins and Dolphins during the fantasy playoffs.
REPEAT: I’ve mentioned these guys before and I feel the need to mention them again
because they could be difference makers for you down the stretch.
Cam Newton: It sounds likely that Cam will take back his starting job when healthy. From what I have heard, Week 10 against the Packers seems to be the target date. The NFL recently flexed the matchup between the Panthers & Packers that week to be a 4:25 PM game. Does the NFL know something we don’t about the return of Cam? Hmmm..
Nick Foles: The Jags have a very tough decision on their hands over the next couple of weeks. Do they play the guy they paid to be their Franchise QB or do they ride the hot hand if they beat the Texans this week in London? As fun as Minshew Mania has been, I would think Foles would be the Jags starter after their week 10 bye. Foles’ schedule after he returns is the best possible schedule you could ask for a QB heading into the final stretch of the season: IND, TEN, LAC, OAK, ATL, IND.