Matthew Stafford, Lions
Stafford has taken an undeserved beating from fantasy owners this season. Granted, his touchdown tally has experienced a precipitous drop from his breakout campaign in 2011, yet the former No. 1 overall pick still averaged almost 293 yards in Detroit's first six games. Sunday's conquest against one of the better NFC units in Seattle proved that Stafford remains in the fantasy elite, as the Lions field general torched the Seahawks for 352 yards and four total touchdowns. With exploitable secondaries in Green Bay (twice), Jacksonville and Indianapolis on the upcoming slate, it's easy to envision Stafford fulfilling his lofty preseason passing expectations.
Josh Freeman, Buccaneers
We denoted Freeman as a rising commodity at the start of October due to an impending advantageous schedule, a circumstance that the quarterback has utilized to its fullest assistance. Following Tampa's takedown of the Vikings on Thursday night, Freeman finished the month ...