Start 'em if you got 'em
QB Jake Locker. Quietly, Locker has been excellent this season, and has cracked the top 10 in scoring for the position a couple of times already this season. He's a good start against a shaky St. Louis secondary this week, and a possibly even better start against Jacksonville in Week 10.
QB Terrelle Pryor. In addition to the points he'll get you with his legs, he should be able to take advantage of the Eagles secondary to do damage with his arm too. He's a low-end QB1.
RB Zac Stacy. One of my "scale him back" picks a week ago, Stacy is proving to be match-up proof after running all over the vaunted Seattle Seahawks defense and gradually improving every week since becoming the Rams starter. He got hurt late in the game, but was practicing in full this week. Give him the rock again against a Titans defense that, while strong against the pass, has struggled against fantasy runners.
RB DeMarco Murray. He probably could've played last week, but the Cowboys held him out as a precaution. With an extra week's rest, he has a juicy match-up against Minnesota. Of note, the Cowboys offense seems to be better with Murray as a running threat, so expect better numbers from Romo and Co. as well this week.
RB Ryan Mathews. After a few years of futility, the Chargers running back is starting to play like the guy they took in the first round of the 2010 draft. He has back-to-back 100-plus yard performances. The Redskins defense seems to be a little tougher as of late, but I still feel good if I'm rolling out Mathews as an RB2.
WR Josh Gordon. Question marks surrounded him going into last week after a poor outing the previous game, another change in quarterback and a tough match-up against Kansas City. Against all odds, he delivered a big performance. If he's playing, he's got to be in your line-up. Gordon is talented enough to exploit any match-up, as long as he QB gets him the ball.
WR Vincent Jackson. V-Jax should be considered a top 5 fantasy WR and every week play, but some might be scared off this week because of the match-up with Seattle. Don't be. Bucs QB Mike Glennon is throwing a record number of passes for a rookie and most of those are going V-Jax's way. Based on sheer targets alone (an absurd and NFL-leading 90), he's going to catch some of them and he has the talent to take any catch to the house.
WR Keenan Allen. The rookie has established himself as the No. 1 WR in San Diego and he could dominate against the Washington Redskins. He's a potential top 10 player at the position this week between byes and match-ups.
TE Rob Gronkowski. Don't get scared off by his poor numbers and hamstring injury (unless he sits, of course). The Steelers defense isn't what it used to be and Gronk will still see a lot of targets.