Buffalo @ San Diego
 
The Bills lost to Tennessee to extend their slide to five games, while the Chargers smoked the Jaguars.
 
Ryan Fitzpatrick had 288 yards and a TD and C.J. Spiller had his best game of the season by far, rushing for 85 yards and a TD. Steve Johnson had a score as well for the second consecutive game.
 

Philip Rivers has been an interception machine for the better part of the season, but the Jacksonville game was his second in a row where that side of his ledger remained clean. He’s quietly put together a pretty effective stretch, with four multi-TD games out of his last five, during which he’s thrown 12 TDs and averaged 284 yards. Ryan Mathews had 112 yards and a TD on the ground against the Jaguars, and Mike Tolbert hit paydirt as well.
 
The Chargers have allowed multiple TD passes in 6 of their last 7 games, so Fitzpatrick looks like a good play if you dare trust him. More than likely you won’t have to since you’ve gotten to the playoffs without him, but if you’re in a deeper league he’s worth a look. And San Diego has been extremely vulnerable against the run, allowing 132 YPG, so Spiller could even be worth starting if you’re in desperation mode with your No. 2 running back.
 
San Diego is creating a bit of a conundrum in regard to its receivers, with the return of Malcom Floyd causing some headaches. He didn’t miss a beat in his return, catching 4 passes for 108 yards and a TD. It looks like he’ll take a lot of reps from Vincent Brown, but Brown even managed to score a TD. It’s hard to find a bad matchup among Floyd, Vincent Jackson and Antonio Gates, but it’s hard to see Brown getting enough opportunities to put up big numbers.
 
GOOD STARTS: QB Philip Rivers, QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, RB Ryan Mathews, WR Vincent Jackson, WR Malcom Floyd, WR Steve Johnson, TE Antonio Gates
 
MIDDLE OF THE ROAD STARTS: RB Mike Tolbert, RB C.J. Spiller
 
BAD STARTS: It’s hard to pick one in this game. This has the makings of a shootout.