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Quarterback

Shaun Hill: One thing we know for sure is that the Lions are a team that will put the football in the air and score points. Shaun Hill is now the starting quarterback for the rest of the season with Matthew Stafford injured again.

Even last week, when the Lions only score 12 points, Hill threw for over 300 yards against the Bills. Look for Hill as a nice stash away quarterback moving forward.

Running Backs

Mike Goodson: With Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams on the shelf, Mike Goodson had a 100 yard rushing game against the Buccaneers. Even if Goodson gets the feature role this week, he will face the Ravens tough defense.

Still, Goodson is worth a roster spot on most fantasy squads as it never hurts to have decent depth at this position.

Keiland Williams: After a strong performance against the Eagles, Keiland Williams has proven to fantasy owners that he can be useful. With Ryan Torain visiting a specialist for his hamstring injury, Williams should be the main runner once again vs the Titans. As long as Williams is seeing the majority of the touches, he is worth using as a flex play option.

Wide Receiver

Santonio Holmes: It’s clear to see that Santonio Holmes has pick his game up in the past two weeks. Sure, Holmes didn’t get much done against the Browns until the final play but for fantasy football is all about what the final numbers are at games end.

Two weeks ago Holmes had over 100 yards receiving, and it looks like he is making Bryalon Edwards a less attractive option. Keep Holmes on your bench and see if he continues to produce with Mark Sanchez.

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NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com

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