1. Felix Jones, Cowboys - Jones will be available in more leagues than you think so see if he is out there as DeMarco Murray's foot injury sounds like it will keep him out for at least next couple of weeks and quite possibly much longer. Jones is nothing special as a runner, but he figures to get 3-5 catches per game which should add to his PPR value.
2. William Powell, Cardinals - The good news is that Powell had 70 yards on 13 carries last weekend and could very well be available in your league. The bad news is that he's got some pretty tough matchups over the next two weeks and that backfield will get more crowded in November when Beanie Wells comes back.
3. Stephen Hill, Jets - Hill scored a TD last week on only 18 snaps after coming back from an injury. I expect his snap numbers to continue to increase and with a matchup against the Patriots, Hill could find the endzone once again this weekend.
4. Daryl Richardson, Rams - He'll keep sharing touches with Steven Jackson, but the fact is that Richardson is faster and more explosive than the veteran. Richardson is also a solid target out of the backfield. Even if he's not getting full-time touches, he's still worth a look if you have RBs on a BYE.
5. Josh Gordon, Browns - While he only has 5 catches over the last two games, three of those catches have been TDs and he's been targeted 12 times during that time. Brandon Weeden is getting more and more comfortable with the big play rookie wideout and he's worth a look.
6. Jeremy Kerley, Jets - Kerley has been on this list before and will continue to be on the list with the Jets missing a true WR1. Kerley doesn't have much of a ceiling, but he has had 14+ points in two of his last three games.
7. Matt Hasselbeck, Titans - Jake Locker has been ruled out once again so Hasselbeck gets the shot at the Buffalo Bills who happen to have the worst fantasy football defenses against the pass in the league.
8. Mark Sanchez, Jets - Well kids, you've suckled from the Matt Ryan teat for this long, but now he has to take a week off so what will you do? Might I suggest nursing from Mark Sanchez? I know it sounds gross, but the Patriots pass defense is still suspect and the Jets figures to be behind and throwing for much of the game. Just give it a thought.
9. Brandon Myers, Raiders - Myers has been solid, but certainly not spectacular. He has a favorable matchup this weekend and is worth a pickup for owners desperate for some TE help.
10. Oakland Defense - I can tell you right up front that this is just a patchwork, one week recommendation and it is based solely on their opponent, Jacksonville. The Jaguars are averaging less than 14 points per game and if you have to have a defense due to the BYE week blues, at least you have a favorable matchup.