A.J. Feeley, QB (PHI): Although A.J. Feeley won't have another game of his life this Sunday, he might be a decent starter for fantasy purposes if Donovan McNabb isn't healthy enough to start. Feeley should have the crowd behind him at home, and he showed that he can move the Eagles' offense successfully. Only start him if you are desperate, though.
Adrian Peterson, RB (CHI): With Cedric Benson out of the picture due to a season-ending leg injury, the other Adrian Peterson takes over the No. 1 spot in Chicago. Although Peterson is only averaging 3.6 yards per carry this season and doesn't have much of a resume, he will be getting the chunk of the carries now, and getting a first-string runner this late in the season can only help your fantasy roster. Peterson is also a quality receiver out of the backfield, which should help his value.
Reggie Williams, WR (JAC): Reggie Williams only has 22 receptions this year and has notched more than two receptions in a game only twice this season, but the fourth-year wideout has a nose for the end zone. He's caught six touchdowns and has good chemistry with David Garrard. Don't count on much yardage production but he gets into the end zone more than the other receivers on your waiver wire.
Tony Scheffler, TE (DEN): Tony Scheffler had a career day this past Sunday, finishing with five catches for 82 yards and a touchdown. In the past seven games, he has 28 receptions, 312 yards and three touchdowns. Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler has a lot of confidence in him, and with a matchup against the Oakland Raiders this week, Scheffler is worth a look.
Denver Broncos Defense: Not many offenses hand out fantasy points like the Oakland Raiders' offense, which is who the Broncos are facing this weekend. The Raiders have 25 giveaways, which is the fourth-highest total in the AFC, and are allowing their quarterbacks to get sacked 2.5 times per game. The Broncos have averaged three takeaways per game over the last four weeks and are a good play this weekend.