Mike Glennon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
After a quarterback dilemma in Tampa Bay, Mike Glennon has stepped in and won games NFL fans didn't think the Buccaneers could win, and if they didn't win -- the games were competitive and close.
Glennon took over the starting role in Week 4, and since then he has posted 13 touchdowns, and four interceptions, averaging 14.29 fantasy points per game.
Glennon has accumulated less than 16.00 fantasy points in only three games.
Josh McCown, Chicago Bears:
Since Jay Cutler being plagued by injury, McCown has stepped in and played like an actual starting quarterback, posting 8 touchdowns and one interception over the course of five games.
McCown's only downfall is he's not liable to pass for a lot of yards, or a lot of touchdowns, yet McCown is coming off of his best statistical performance against the St. Louis Rams as he passed for 352 yards, racking up two touchdowns, and an interception(18.48 fantasy points).
He has a favorable matchup as the Chicago Bears face the Minnesota Vikings (No. 29 pass defense) in Week 13.
Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles:
Nick Foles has been nothing short of elite in his starting quarterback role for the Eagles. Foles has accumulated 16 passing touchdowns, one rushing touchdown, and zero interceptions. Over the course of six games, Foles has averaged 21.26 fantasy points, and in his last three outings, he has accumulated 22.62 points or more.
Zac Stacy, St. Louis Rams:
The Rams have decided to provide Stacy with more carries -- boy, what a good idea. With Week 1 as an exception, Stacy has racked up 7.80 points or more in his last seven outings. Stacy hasn't had a single-digit performance and has averaged 17.18 points since Week 6, in addition, Stacy has rushed for 620 yards and accumulated 112 receiving yards for four touchdowns.
Andre Brown, New York Giants:
Brown has only started three times, and has been spectacular; he has accumulated 308 rushing yards, and 42 receiving yards with a lone touchdown. Brown's only single-digit performance was 9.30 fantasy points, and he has a favorable matchup as the New York Giants face the Washington Redskins in Week 13; the Redskins have given up the sixth most amount of points to opposing running backs this season.
Giovani Bernard, Cincinnati Bengals:
If you haven't picked up Bernard, now would be the time. Bernard hasn't started at running back, but he has played a big role in the offense, and will receive more carries as the season prolongs.
He has averaged 11.00 fantasy points and is a dual-threat running back that can get a receiving touchdown or a running touchdown; his versatility is unpredictable, and causes problems for any opposing defense -- one shouldn't be afraid to start him every week.
Rashad Jennings, Oakland Raiders:
Since Darren McFadden's absence, Jennings was given an opportunity to shine, and he did. Over the last four weeks, Jennings has accumulated 413 rushing yards, and 149 receiving yards, with two touchdowns(averaging 16.83 fantasy points). He has proven to be a versatile, dual-threat running back to be used in the passing and running game, which causes trouble for opposing defenses.
Harry Douglas, Atlanta Falcons:
With Julio Jones out for the rest of the season, and Roddy White's production deemed as unpredictable, Douglas has shown he can be a receiver to depend on. Douglas had standout performances in Week 7 (149 YDS, 1 TD), Week 8 (121 YDS), and Week 11 (134 YDS, 1 TD). Douglas has averaged 8.30 fantasy points and should be a solid start every week if you don't have a strong receiving corps.
Keenan Allen, San Diego Chargers:
Allen has been quite dependable as he has racked up four 100-receiving yard games. Allen has experienced a few average games in which he did not accumulate 100 yards. In those games, he is averaging 43.83 yards -- matchups should be considered when starting Keenan Allen.
Jarrett Boykin, Green Bay Packers:
Despite the constant change at the quarterback position this season, Boykin has been consistent. Boykin has caught a touchdown pass or recorded 89 yards or more in six of his last eight outings. Matt Flynn has taken control under center for the Packers, and has already established chemistry with Boykin. Boykin should be a solid fantasy option as the season progresses.