A thumb injury to No. 1 receiver Drew Bennett gives a boost to Tennessee rookie Brandon Jones, who had five catches for a season-best 82 yards in Week 6. The underachieving Tyrone Calico should find his way into the starting lineup, but not onto your roster. Bennett could miss more than a month, so his owners should make other arrangements. ... The Raiders aren't saying much about Randy Moss, but his injuries sound serious enough to keep him out of action for at least a week or two. That opens up a starting spot for Doug Gabriel, already one of the better No. 3 receivers in the game. With Moss out in Week 6, Oakland QB Kerry Collins threw to Gabriel 13 times, and the third-year wideout finished with five grabs for 86 yards. Add him now. ... Dallas slot receiver Patrick Crayton will miss at least a month with an ankle injury, freeing up the position for bust-turned-backup Peerless Price. Considering he has yet to be active on game day this season, I wouldn't rush to pick him up. ... Call it wishful thinking, but Griese's injury could actually help second-year Tampa Bay wideout Michael Clayton, who is in the midst of an awful sophomore slump. One report said Griese had lost confidence in Clayton, so a change at QB certainly can't hurt. The Bucs' bye in Week 7 also gives Clayton time to rest lingering shoulder and knee injuries, ailments that help explain his sub-par stat line to date (19 catches, 223 yards, 0 TDs).