Aaron Rodgers has been held under 20 fantasy points in each of his last three contests and has now lost wide receiver Randall Cobb for the next six to eight weeks. But there’s still plenty of hope for the Packers’ passing attack.

Aaron Rodgers

Week 6 line: 17/32 for 315 yards, 1 touchdown and 1 interception, 5 carries for 21 yards

Despite being the first quarterback off the board in most leagues, Rodgers has been a disappointment through six weeks. When you draft a quarterback that high, the expectation is that you will get elite production from the position, but Rodgers is currently the eighth-ranked fantasy quarterback. Cobb may be gone, but the Packers still have plenty of talented pass catchers. Green Bay’s passing attack has a tough matchup in Cleveland this week, but after that their schedule opens up, setting up Rodgers for a big second half. VERDICT: BUY

Jermichael Finley

Week 6 line: 3 receptions for 75 yards (7 targets)

Rodgers isn’t the only member of the Packers who can be acquired at a value. Finley makes this list because of the injuries to Cobb and James Jones, which will lead to an abundance of targets coming in his direction. Finley has delivered three solid games to only one sub-par performance in fantasy this year and over the next few weeks he will become a major factor for the Packers. Finley has already had his bye week and his season stats look smaller because of it. While that may be a very minor detail, offering players with larger season totals can sometimes be the optical illusion that helps you get a deal done. VERDICT: BUY

Torrey Smith

Week 6 line: 1 reception for 12 yards (4 targets)

That’s not a typo. Smith only managed to haul in one pass against the Packers. The Ravens’ top target had been relatively consistent with his yardage prior to last week, averaging 111.2 yards per game, but the Packers schemed to specifically neutralize him and it worked. The off-week may plant a seed of doubt in the minds of Smith’s owners, especially since he has been allergic to the end zone in 2013 (one touchdown in six games). The opportunity to get Smith at a value is there, so seize it. VERDICT: BUY

Darren Sproles

Week 6 line: 5 carries for 15 yards, 6 receptions for 58 yards

PPR leaguers already know how valuable Sproles can be, but he continues to be undervalued in standard leagues. Sproles is on pace for 1,291 yards from scrimmage (315 rushing, 976 receiving) and six touchdowns. Two weeks ago he blew up on Monday Night Football with 142 yards and two scores, but he has been quiet since then and hasn’t posted a touchdown outside of that two-score game. With the Saints’ backfield lacking an identity or a true lead back, owners may be growing weary of Sproles. That’s your cue. VERDICT: BUY

Nick Foles

Week 6 line: 22/31 for 296 yards and 3 touchdowns

Is it the player or is it the system? Foles stepped in for the injured Michael Vick and was very impressive, leading the Eagles to a victory over the Buccaneers. If you are a Vick owner, then you likely need Foles, so hold on to the two Philly passers the rest of the season. However, if you picked up Foles as a bye-week replacement or just as a backup quarterback, now is the time to sell high. Foles likely just played his best game of the season, and while there are reports that the Eagles may stick with Foles the rest of the way, there is also a strong possibility that Vick slides back in as the starter once healthy. VERDICT: SELL

Dallas Clark

Week 6 line: 4 receptions for 81 yards and 1 touchdown (6 targets)

Clark turned the clock back for the second time this season and reached TE1 numbers. He isn’t likely to bring you much back in return, but you can’t count on him as an every week starter, so find someone with bye week issues or perhaps the Rob Gronkowski owner (he’ll be the guy pulling his hair out in the corner) and offer up the veteran tight end as a stopgap solution. Regardless of what they offer in return, accept the deal. VERDICT: SELL

Larry Fitzgerald

Week 6 line: 6 receptions for 117 yards and 1 touchdown (12 targets)

If you have Fitzgerald on your roster, I hope you’ve already been exploring trade options. The arrival of Carson Palmer and Bruce Arians hasn’t made Fitzgerald’s cup overflow like some (including myself) thought in the preseason, and injuries have slowed the veteran pass catcher at times. Last Sunday, reports swirled that Fitzgerald may be inactive or at least significantly slowed, but instead he posted his best game of the season, mostly due to a 75-yard touchdown. Fitzgerald is still dealing with injuries and now has a very challenging matchup with the Seahawks’ secondary tonight. Take advantage of that inflated stat line from Week 6 and move him. VERDICT: SELL

DeAngelo Williams

Week 6 line: 17 carries for 64 yards, 5 receptions for 53 yards

Williams has been a solid RB2 this season, in a year where reliable running backs have been hard to come by. While he hasn’t found the end zone, Williams has produced at least 85 yards from scrimmage in four of his five games (69 yards in the other). Williams has been able to dominate backfield snaps for the Panthers, but trouble is on the horizon with Jonathan Stewart preparing to return from injury. Be grateful for the numbers Williams gave you in the first five games and cash in your chips before it’s too late. VERDICT: SELL