Worth a look
RB Ahmad Bradshaw (28 percent). Trent Richardson looked pretty ordinary running with the Colts offense, the same as he has in Cleveland, to the point you are starting to wonder if this guy really has "it." Meanwhile, Bradshaw was terrific against the 49ers. I think as long as he's healthy, he'll at least be part of a timeshare while T-Rich is still learning the Colts offense. He might be on waivers in your league if impatient owners cut him when the Richardson trade went down. He's also a good buy-low candidate, or, if you own Richardson, try to get him as a handcuff.
RB Fred Jackson (35 percent). CJ Spiller's knee injury apparently was a thigh injury and doesn't seem like it's anything to worry about. If I'm a Spiller owner, I'm more concerned about how ineffective he's been and how good Jackson has looked. Long-term, he's obviously not as valuable as Spiller. In the meantime, he's worth rostering and the occasional spot start.
WR Kembrell Thompkins (41 percent). He's getting more comfortable and caught two touchdown passes, but still only made 3 catches on 7 targets. Still, he's catching passes from Tom Brady, and that makes him every bit as intriguing as he was in the summer. He's worth an add in deep leagues.
TE Heath Miller (74 percent). With so many tight ends putting up impressive numbers, you may not want to tie yourself to one on a bad offense coming off a serious injury, but Miller was the Steelers' leading receiver last year and looked good in limited action Sunday night.
WR Santonio Holmes (90 percent). It helped that Holmes was playing a backup corner, but he did have a nice game. He's a veteran that rookie Geno Smith could lean on, however, and you could do a lot worse for a WR3 bye-week fill-in during the next few weeks.