Every Thursday, That Fantasy Guy looks at some of the best and worst fantasy football plays of the week in the Fantasy Forecast.
LINE 'EM UP
QB - Kurt Warner, Cardinals: He'll never win another MVP, but Warner has averaged 346.5 passing yards in two games since returning to the lineup. With Anquan Boldin back and Larry Fitzgerald on a roll, look for Warner to pick apart his former team in St. Louis. Also: Trent Green, Chiefs.
RB - Greg Jones, Jaguars: If he can run one in against the Steelers and got for 106 and a score vs. the Ravens, imagine what he can do to the Titans. Think Willie Parker-plus. Also: Sam Gado, Packers; Larry Johnson. Chiefs; Heath Evans, Bills.
WR - Donald Driver, Packers: Driver racked up 21 catches, 258 yards and a TD in three meetings with the Vikings last season, and you just know Brett Favre will come to play on Monday night. Also: Deion Branch, Patriots; Donte Stallworth, Saints.
TE - Heath Miller, Steelers: Pittsburgh's rookie burned the Ravens for a pair of touchdowns in the previous meeting three weeks ago. Won't matter if its Roethlisberger or Maddox pulling the trigger - without Ed Reed in center field, the Ravens have no answer for this guy.
K - Jason Elam, Broncos: Amazingly, Elam hasn't knocked in a three-pointer in the Broncos past three home games - Denver's offense has simply been too good at finishing drives. It's a near statistical lock that he'll kick a couple vs. the Jets, who have given up 18 FGs, second-most in the NFL.
DEF - Seattle Seahawks: The Seabirds boast a middle-of-the-pack defense, but they do have 12 sacks and eight turnovers forced in their past three games heading into a favorable matchup by the Bay with San Francisco, which hopes to take a step forward by completing two passes this weekend.
SIT 'EM DOWN
QB - Kerry Collins, Raiders: Good to see Randy Moss getting healthy, but the Redskins are allowing less than 200 yards per game at home and have permitted just two TD passes in four games at friendly FedEx. Also: Drew Brees, Chargers.
RB - Stephen Davis, Panthers: Hip-Hip-Hooray for Mr. Touchdown. Now sit him on your bench, because the Bears don't give up rushing touchdowns. Period. Also: Curtis Martin, Jets; Rudi Johnson, Bengals.
WR - Eric Moulds, Bills: Moulds had three scores in four games with Kelly Holcomb at the helm. Bet he's about as thrilled as Holcomb's mom to see J.P. Losman getting another shot. Also: Reggie Brown, Eagles.
TE - L.J. Smith, Eagles: One Donovan McNabb tumble and last week's fantasy fad is fading faster than the Thundercats-Thundercats-Thundercats … Ho!
K - Rob Bironas, Titans: Bironas has had some big games this season, but the Titans are banged up on offense and facing a Jags defense that's allowed 10 FGs in nine games.
DEF - Cincinnati Bengals: Cincy ranks third in the league in scoring defense and leads the NFL in takeaways, but they'll have their hands full with the Colts.