There are so many guys down for the count, we're just going to run through them quickly. By now you should have adjusted to their absence, but just in case, we'll have some options for you to use.
Sam Bradford, St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford was placed on Injured Reserve with a torn ACL.
Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears: Cutler is out a minimum of four weeks with torn muscles in his groin.
Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles: Foles is going through concussion protocol. Michael Vick will start this week and potentially for the rest of the season.
There won't be many free-agent quarterbacks on waiver wires, so you'd best hope you had a good backup plan.
Worthwhile players to consider are the New York Jets' Geno Smith (inconsistent but can put together some nice points), Case Keenum of the Houston Texans (on bye this week but looked OK in his first start), the Chicago Bears' Josh McCown (the Bears are stacked with offensive weapons) and Kellen Clemens of the St. Louis Rams (the immediate replacement for Bradford but a bit shaky as a starter or even bye week replacement).
Oh, and Jason Campbell was announced as the starter for the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday. Mind you, they play the Kansas City Chiefs, so you might want to avoid that mess this weekend.
Arian Foster, Houston Texans: Foster was forced out of Sunday's game with a hamstring injury. Expectations are that he will be good-to-go after this week's bye.
Doug Martin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Martin is out for the foreseeable future with a torn labrum, and some reports have said he may be done for the year. Martin has insisted that this is not the case, and he will play again this year.
If Le'Veon Bell of the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Green Bay Packers' Eddie Lacy is still around 1) how small is your league? and 2) please correct that now by acquiring them. Ditto with the New York Jets' Chris Ivory, although with less authority because he gets hurt and is in a committee.
Roy Helu scored three touchdowns for Washington this weekend. He won't replicate that often, but it's clear the Redskins like him as a goal-line back. Jonathan Stewart will be returning to the Carolina Panthers, but keep in mind that DeAngelo Williams will remain starter, so production for Stewart is hard to predict.
Mike James is taking over for Doug Martin in Tampa Bay, and James is solid enough to carry the full load—you just have to wonder how much the other offensive issues will hamper him. Also, he's not as good as Martin by any stretch, and Martin struggled badly this year.
Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts: Wayne was placed on Injured Reserve with a torn ACL. Andrew Luck owners have to be a little concerned considering how critical Wayne is to the Colts offense.
With Julio Jones gone and Roddy White still hurt, the Atlanta Falcons needed someone to step up, and Harry Douglas was that guy this past weekend. He may be just a flex option, but he's a solid one.
Marvin Jones has started to emerge as the No. 2 receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals across from A.J. Green. He's scored touchdowns two weeks in a row and is seeing consistent targets, if not a high volume.
Finally, I keep pointing at New York Jets receiver Jeremy Kerley as a solid acquisition, and while his output has been a tad inconsistent, he's absolutely a key target for rookie Geno Smith. Smith targeted Kerley 10 times last week, and he caught eight of them—that consistency and reliability will keep balls coming his way. He's more valuable in a PPR, but even in a standard scoring league, he's at least a flex play each week.
Jermichael Finley, Green Bay Packers: Of course, fantasy football is the least important thing here and was furthest from most people's minds when we saw him carted off the field on Sunday.
Finley suffered a bruised spine which kept him in an ICU for the better part of two days, though he is now not only out but walking around. It's hard to say when—if ever—Finley will be healthy enough or choose to be on the field.
Jimmy Graham, New Orleans Saints: Graham didn't practice Wednesday, and it sounds like his foot still hurts. You survived last week without him—hopefully you still have your bye week replacement.
New York Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith is targeting Jeff Cumberland quite a bit the last two games—he just can't hang onto the ball. The opportunity gives him some value though, and if he can start to catch the balls he'll score touchdowns.
With Finley gone, Green Bay will have to look for another answer. While I expect wide receiver Jarrett Boykin to see a lot of the sort of passes Finley normally gets, Andrew Quarless, Ryan Taylor (currently hurt but coming back) and Brandon Bostick could get in on the action.
Quarless is more of a blocker but can catch, while Taylor has been a special-teams guy but is athletic, and Bostick is a former basketball player who is very raw. Any of those guys could get targets—the trick will be which one does.
Not a short-term or immediate solution sure, but if you have bench room, grabbing one could pay dividends. Finally, if Jimmy Graham is out, Ben Watson is a nice matchup against the Buffalo Bills this weekend.