Taking a flier
QB Jake Locker. I recommended you start him last week against St. Louis, and that backfired in a big way. This week, he gets the Jags. Unless Jacksonville found some magic elixer during their bye that suddenly makes them competent, Locker is a pretty good bet this week.
QB Case Keenum. Earlier this week, I spent more than a third of my free agent acquisition budget in my dynasty league to pick up Houston's new signal-caller. I think he has long-term upside, but even if he doesn't, he's a nice spot start this week against a Arizona defense that, while above average against QBs, has still given up five multi-touchdown games.
RB Ray Rice. A combination of injuries, wear-and-tear, poor offensive line play and sharing carries with Bernard Pierce has put Rice on the all-disappointment team this year. But the Super Bowl champs are back at home, where they tend to play better and the Bengals defense is missing Geno Atkins. I understand the desire to send him to the bench, but I think he could be more than servicable this week as an RB2.
RB Donald Brown. See Richardson, Trent. If T-Rich can't go and Brown gets the start, he could run wild against the Rams defense.
RB Rashad Jennings. He looked great in relief of injured Darren McFadden (you knew that was coming) last week, but he's never lived up to expectations when given the opportunity to start. Still, he'll get opportunities, so if you're desperate at the position, he's worth plugging into the starting line-up.
WR Riley Cooper. Quickly becoming Nick Foles' favorite receiver, don't expect him to duplicate or come close to last week's line, but he'll get a lot of looks again and makes a nice bye-week fill-in.
WR Kendall Wright. Consistently good in standard and excellent in a PPR, he's one of the most underrated players in the NFL. He doesn't score often, which limits his upside, but he'll get a lot of catches. A poor man's Antonio Brown.
TE Garrett Graham. Not getting as many looks with Keenum as he did with safer Schaub, but Arizona is among the worst at defending tight ends, so he's an upside match-up play.