Whether you're a fantasy beginner or don't have as much time to devote to your fantasy team during the week, I'm here for you with the newest edition of Fantasy 101 - all your fantasy needs in 15 minutes or less. Because that's how long you'll need to digest this column and make your appropriate moves. If you're reading this, it means I'm dead and the Empire has won. Okay, if you're reading this, it means you're still alive so keep doing what you've been doing: stay on the lookout for free agents and make sure you have replacements for your injured players. You've gotten this far, keep it going.
Big injuries to watch
Brent Celek, TE, Philadelphia Eagles: His concussion suffered during the Eagles win over Tampa Bay means you're looking for a replacement this week if you were starting him. Options include Martellus Bennett, Greg Olsen, Kyle Rudolph, Brandon Myers and Dennis Pitta, who are all available in 50 percent of leagues or more on NFL.com.
Robert Griffin III, QB, Washington Redskins: This is the big one. Though he didn't suffer knee ligament damage against Baltimore, RG3's availability is up in the air for this week. While backup Kirk Cousins has filled in pretty well, it's hard to trust him in the playoffs this week. So if you're in the market, here's a list -- in descending order -- of QBs you can trust to replace him who may be available on your waiver wire: Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Brandon Weeden.
Fred Jackson, RB, Buffalo Bills: His knee injury is going to keep him out a minimum of two weeks according to head coach Chan Gailey. So you can waive him unless your championship game is in Week 17. There's not a lot out there, but Montell Owens certainly would be worth picking up if you're desperate.
Other free agents to pick up
Other notes of note
1) Knowshon Moreno is still a terrific play against Baltimore this week. Him getting the ball 30 times against Oakland was a message they were sending that they can beat you that way if they want to. He's a dynamite flex or even a low-end No. 2 RB.
Jason Smith hosts NFL Fantasy Live on the NFL Network and writes fantasy and other pith for NFL.com. Talk to him on Twitter @howaboutafresca, and listen to him on the NFL Fantasy LIVE podcast with Michael Fabiano and Elliot Harrison every week on NFL.com. He only asks you never bring up when the Jets play poorly.