Green Bay's banged up backfield should translate into a more free-wheeling attack, with Brett Favre throwing often and Donald Driver and Antonio Chatman benefiting. Chatman stands to become the Packers' No. 2 wideout while Robert Ferguson recovers from a knee injury and should be good for at least five or six catches this week in Cincy. Of Chatman's 15 receptions this season, three have been for TDs. ... Tennessee rookie Brandon Jones was playing well before leaving Sunday's game with a sprained knee. If he can't go this week, former second-round pick Tyrone Calico becomes the Titans' top WR option against Oakland's porous pass defense. ... Injuries are also piling up in Detroit, where Roy Williams is still nursing a pulled quad and ex-Raven Kevin Johnson (ruptured Achilles) was lost for the season. Rookie Mike Williams takes over as the No. 1 for now, and he's coming off a career game (five catches, 95 yards). Scottie Vines is the No. 2 for now, but don't sleep on former first-round pick Charles Rogers, who returns from a four-game suspension in Week 9. ... San Francisco's decision to go with Alex Smith at QB has stripped Brandon Lloyd of any value he had earlier in the season. Lloyd has two catches for 43 yards in two games since Smith took over the stating job. ... Look for Seattle's Bobby Engram (ribs) to return after the Seahawks Week 8 bye and become Matt Hasselbeck's No. 1 receiving target immediately. If he was dropped in your league, pick him up now.