Clinton Portis, Washington
After a subpar 2004 season, Portis has become more comfortable under Joe Gibbs's power running offense. In each of the last four games, he has chalked up more than 100 total yards; last week against the 49ers, he rushed for 101 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries.
Mark Brunell, Washington
The 35-year-old quarterback has been revived by Gibbs. In the past three weeks, the former Pro Bowler is 68 of 114 for 905 yards with eight touchdowns and no interceptions.
LaMont Jordan, Oakland
After a slow start, the powerful running back has produced 404 total yards in the last three games with six touchdowns. Last week, he rushed for 122 yards on 28 carries and three scores in Oakland's victory over Buffalo.
Chris Brown, Tennessee
It has been a frustrating season for the third-year back out of Colorado. He has rushed for 409 yards on 99 carries, including a 10-carry, 37-yard performance last week. He injured his shoulder last week against the Cardinals and with the return of Travis Henry (drug suspension), Brown's load will be reduced.
Randy Moss, Oakland
Last week, he demonstrated leadership by playing with multiple injuries against the Bills and had only three catches for 43 yards and a touchdown. However, Moss has not had more than five catches in a game this season, and has scored only three touchdowns.
Michael Vick, Atlanta
The Falcons are winning, but it's not because of Vick's passing. In the last two games, the fifth-year veteran is 22 of 49 for 228 yards with just one touchdown and four interceptions.