Here a quick take and the fantasy impact (albeit minimal) on some developing QB situations:
BUFFALO - Ryan Fitzpatrick has led the Bills to two straight wins and even though Trent Edwards (concussion) has returned to limited practice, the team is opting to stick with Fitzpatrick at least for Week 8. Fitzpatrick only has value in deep leagues and ones that require starting two quarterbacks.
CLEVELAND - It appears as if the Browns have seen enough of Brady Quinn as they are sticking with Derek Anderson despite his struggles. With just one touchdown and five interceptions over his last three games, Anderson isn't much of an option.
DETROIT - Matthew Stafford is nearing a return from rookie Matthew Stafford (knee), but his status for Week 8 is unclear at this point. If he fails to make it back this week, don't be surprised to see Drew Stanton over Daunte Culpepper get the shot. When healthy Stafford makes for a decent QB2 for owners that have a solid QB1 and those playing in keeper or dynasty formats.
TAMPA BAY - With little left to play for this season, the Bucs have turned to rookie Josh Freeman. The first-rounder apparently is 12 pounds over his listed playing weight and is very raw. Not only are none of the Bucs' quarterbacks fantasy worthy, the rest of the players in the offense all take a dip in value.
TENNESSEE - Team owner Bud Adams has called for Vince Young, but head coach Jeff Fischer is not ready to make it official. He will reportedly name the team's starter for Week 8 following Thursday's practice. Expect to see Young get his crack sooner rather than the later. Young definitely has more value than Collins going forward, but that's not saying much.
SAN FRANCISCO - Shaun Hill is giving way to former No. 1 overall pick Alex Smith. Smith did come in off the bench and toss three touchdowns last week vs. the Texans. While he's more appealing than most of the names on this list owners need to take a wait-and-see approach before considering picking up the 49ers' new starter.
WASHINGTON - The Redskins' offense has been disappointing all season long, but don't expect Jason Campbell to get pulled any time soon. Still, you can do much better than him for a QB2 and job security will remain an issue if he can't turn things around soon. The problem is Todd Collins is not a viable option.
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