Michael Vick: The Falcons didn't win, but he threw for 237 yards and four touchdowns against the Cowboys. Vick also carried eight times for 56 yards. With 990 rushing yards and 19 passing TDs this season, he has been a top-five fantasy QB.
LaDainian Tomlinson: It almost seems dumb to put him on here when the Chargers' running back ran for only two touchdowns against the Chiefs. However, Tomlinson set a season-high with 199 rushing yards and broke Paul Hornung's single-season points record. I guess it's okay to give him some recognition.
Frank Gore: Don't forget about him just because the 49ers-Seahawks game was last Thursday. Unless you have Direct TV, you probably don't get to see much of Gore, who has run for 1,491 rushing yards this season. Against Seattle, he got better as the game went on and finished with 178 rushing/receiving yards and a touchdown. This guy is a lock to be a first-round pick in 2007 fantasy drafts.
Laveranues Coles: The Jets wide receiver caught 12 balls for 144 yards and a touchdown against the Vikings. He left the field late in the game, but early word is that he's expected to play in Week 16. Coles has been very good this year, catching 87 balls for 1,065 yards and six touchdowns.
Joey Galloway: He had 107 yards and a touchdown as Tampa Bay's valiant comeback came up short against the Bears. Galloway's put up solid numbers this season, but he's had five games of 40 yards or less, which can kill fantasy teams.
Desmond Clark: The Bears tight end had seven catches for 125 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Tampa Bay. Clark had a good first half of 2006, but before yesterday, he had six catches for 36 yards in his previous five games.
Stephen Gostkowski: The Patriots kicker hit four field goals vs. the Texans and has made 17 of 21 attempts this season. However, Gostkowski has only had three tries of more than 40 yards.
Titans defense: Tennessee had three touchdowns, five sacks and four touchdowns against the Jaguars. For the season, they've been the 14th-ranked fantasy defense.
Monday night pick: COLTS (-3) over Bengals