Week in review
He didn't put up terrible numbers, but apparently a costly fourth-quarter interception has sent Browns QB Derek Anderson to the bench. Will WR Braylon Edwards not drop passes from new starting QB Brady Quinn?
Is it the year 2000 again? Arizona QB Kurt Warner is at, or near, the top of most leagues in total fantasy points.
RB Ray Rice looked impressive in place of Willis McGahee. Is change coming?
Miami TE Greg Camarillo does seem to have QB Chad Pennington's attention. And the Steelers still own Monday night
Who to Start
Remember, Thursday games start this week. If you have any Browns or Broncos, you'll have to start setting the roster early. Speaking of the Browns -- with all of the other QB woes, Quinn looks tempting against a weak Denver pass defense, but let's wait and see.
The Colts' far-from-stellar offense faces a tough Steeler D. RB Willie Parker is back, and will be used to keep Manning and Co, effective or not lately, off the field.
Many of the Dolphins look good at home against the woeful Seahawks. LaDainian Tomlinson returns against the Chiefs. Start QB Drew Brees, of course, but which of his receivers will be his favorite on Sunday?
Waiver Wire Watch
As Edgerrin James seems to fade away, Arizona RB Tim Hightower is still available in many leagues. RB Cedric Benson may have finally become acclimated to the Bengals offense. He may be worth a look for week 11, if the need arises.
The running-back-by-committee in Denver landed on Peyton Hillis last week. Take note and see how he does against the Browns.
Real desperate for a QB? KC's Tyler Thigpen does have four INTs, but he also has five passing touchdowns, a rushing TD, a receiving TD and a two-point conversion.
Bengals, Cowboys, Buccaneers, Redskins