Week 13: Start 'Em
After an up and down rookie season in 2012, Rod Streater has been more consistent this season. In only 11 games, Streater has already surpassed his 2012 totals in receptions and yards despite Oakland starting three different quarterbacks this season. Streater isn't a point per reception kind of guy, but when he does catch passes, he usually makes big plays -- evidenced by his 15 yards per reception average. This week Streater will play on Thanksgiving against the defense that keeps on giving, the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys are giving up the second most passing yards at 298 per game, so look for Streater to take advantage of that and have his third game in a row of at least five receptions and 84 yards. Streater makes for a solid WR3 or flex start.
After being the toast of the fantasy world the first half of the season, Jordan Cameron has come back down to earth as his production has slowed to a near death the last four weeks. During that span he has only caught 14 passes for 146 yards and no touchdowns, whereas the first seven weeks of the season Cameron caught 45 passes for 515 yards and six touchdowns. A big reason why Cameron's numbers might be down the last four weeks would be due to having Jason Campbell at QB and the two of them not meshing. Well Brandon Weeden is back at QB and last week (even though he didn't catch many passes) he was targeted 10 times. Look for Cameron to get back on track this week as he faces the JagsInjury Status: Out - Concussion