Alfred Morris – Another game, another horrific box score. Last week, he failed to find the end zone for the first time (of course!), and he posted 10 rushing yards. He's owned in 80% of leagues, which is absurd.
Ben Roethlisberger – I'm not making an unequivocal call for dropping Ben Roethlisberger, but it's close. Some of you will want to drop (or trade) him. We're not going to see him for two weeks, until after he clear's the team's Week 11 bye. After that, his likely first game back is at Seattle. I'd rather start Josh McCown against the Ravens. Then, looking at the playoffs, it's not pretty. He's a tough start at Cincinnati in Week 14, and an even tougher start in Week 15 when he plays Denver. He's only got two starts left in him: Week 13 against Indy, and Week 16 against Baltimore. (For those who foolishly play week 17, he faces Cleveland.)
Teddy Bridgewater – If Teddy Bridgewater can't start this week's game against Oakland (and/or if you aren't going to start him even if he does play), you probably aren't going to use Teddy the rest of the year. After the Raiders game, his schedule turns much harder. He's put up middling fantasy numbers against far easier opponents this year.
Heath Miller – He always seems to disappear whenever Ben Roethlisberger isn't at the helm. Ben won't be back for two weeks, at the earliest.
Orleans Darkwa – When everyone was hot to pickup Orleans Darkwa a couple weeks ago, I urged you to stay away from the bidding. Now I'm urging you to drop him. He's just another warm body in the league's ugliest RBBC.
Vernon Davis – As I mentioned last week, the trade to Denver actually put Vernon Davis in a worse situation for fantasy owners. He's now locked in a timeshare (see also Owen Daniels' 100-yard game last week), and he doesn't know a complicated Peyton Manning playbook.