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QB Jason Campbell (Raiders)

Don’t laugh, if there ever was a great opportunity for him to show his talents, it would be this week against the league’s worst defense, the New England Patriots. The Pats have allowed 468 yards per game with 377 of them coming through the air. Campbell has a nice corps of young receivers to work with who make big plays as well as having Darren McFadden to dump the ball off to. 

RB Ryan Mathews (Chargers)

It looks as though it’s go-time for San Diego and Mathews. The fact that Mathews finally was entrusted to run the ball inside the 5 last week, scoring twice, and not Mike Tolbert should give reason to have him in your lineup again or try to acquire him from another team. The Chargers are going to score more than most teams and Mathews will be a big part of it.

WR Torrey Smith (Ravens)

No one can say they had the foresight with him in Week 3 when he exploded for 153 yards and three TD receptions, but there is nothing wrong with hopping on the bandwagon late. He probably won’t match those stats all year, but you now know that Joe Flacco has confidence in him which should make picking him this week a no-brainer. Lee Evans may turn out to be a Wally Pipp story when he returns following Smith’s performance.

(Each week GT columnist Micah Roberts will offer a few players that may not have been considered for play that could do well for the upcoming NFL games).

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