Fred Jackson/CJ Spiller - I wrote about Spiller in my column last week, urging owners to sell high before Fast Freddy came back. Well Spiller has since injured himself, so I hope you took heed to my words. If you don't own Spiller or Jackson in your league, now might be a good time to buy low on either. Both backs have shown that they are more than capable of being a teams RB1, and both are coming off of injuries and look to split carries in Buffalo. This could be one of the top few running back tandems in all of football, and if you act now, you could own a piece for cheaper than their stats may provide.
Jamaal Charles - The running back situation in KC is murky at best. And Charles is coming off of a career game in which he posted a ridiculous 288 total yards and a score after two absolute clunkers. The Cheifs seem to be more than content letting Charles loose 25+ times per game, even giving some extra carries to Hillis/Draughn. With Peyton Hillis and Dex McCluster currently out with injuries, Charles should be free to roam inside and out. But Shaun Draughn and HIllis when healthy should usurp a handful of goal-line and third-and-short carries, though. Be wary of a tough SD defense this week, and try to sell high on Charles while you can. You may not get a higher return than after last weeks insane outing.
Jordy Nelson - Nelson quietly moved into the second receiver position up in Green Bay last season when he busted out for over 1200 yards. With Aaron Rodgers throwing him the ball, and the abilities to beat out guys like Randall Cobb and James Jones, Nelson should settle back in and provide stats for cheap the rest of the way. Make an offer to a frustrated Nelson owner and slot him into a WR2 or Flex spot on your roster. You could be in for some nice games the rest of the way. He has just 13 grabs for 167 yards and no scores on the season. Pick him up if you can.