Fantasy Forecast

Which Redskins should you play this weekend when the Redskins play the Ravens?

Clinton Portis: In his last three games against good defenses – Dallas, Pittsburgh and the Giants – Portis has rushed for a combined 141 yards and no touchdowns. In fact, Portis hasn't scored a touchdown since Oct. 19 against Cleveland. Baltimore hasn't allowed a 100-yard rusher in 31 straight games and is one of the NFL's best inside the red zone. Hard to sit the NFL's second-leading rusher, but he's banged up and facing a tough matchup.

Jason Campbell: No way. The Ravens have intercepted 20 passes this season and opposing QBs have a passer rating of 58.4 vs. Baltimore.

Santana Moss: He's had more than 75 yards receiving just once in the last eight games and has gone four straight games without a touchdown. The Ravens will give him some passes, but not a smart pick.

Chris Cooley: Maybe the only guy worth playing because you figure he'll get some passes. But the Ravens are so good in the red zone, especially against tight ends, that it'll be tough to finally get his second touchdown this season. The Redskins still haven't figured out how best to use him in the red zone.

Shaun Suisham: This is a field goal type game for Washington. But know this: the Ravens have held eight teams to 13 points or less.

Redskins defense: Not a bad play. The Ravens have put up more points lately, but the Redskins' defense represents one of their tougher tests. This has the makings of a low-scoring game. And with DeAngelo Hall on the Redskins, they actually have a chance at some picks.

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