With Anderson done for the year, it's now Devontae's Booker's job going forward. Booker received 17 carries this past week when Anderson went down with injury and was extremely effective as he rushed for 83 yards and scored his first touchdown. Over a 51 carry span, Booker's rushed for 244 yards which comes out to just under five yards per carry. He should be able to step in and do well, solidifying himself as an RB2.
This all but assures Benjamin and his fantasy owners that he'll be active for Week 8, despite the tough matchup against the Broncos. Benjamin made only three catches for 17 yards the first time the two teams met so avoid him in all formats.
Williams played through last week with this same knee ailment and was able to explode for 140 yards on seven catches. Williams won't have as much breathing room this week as the Chargers face the daunting Broncos secondary.
Jones is a key member of the Raiders special teams as he's returned six punts this year. He's only had one carry that went for -8 yards and has caught two passes for 17 yards. He's worth nothing in fantasy.
Since Wilkerson is practicing on Thursday, we should assume he's going to play this week. Wilkerson has underperformed this year as he has just 1.5 sacks through seven weeks.
Marshall is taking it easy as there's no reason to indicate he'll miss Week 8's game at all. Marshall has been a top-10 fantasy receiver when Ryan Fitzpatrick starts at QB and that's exactly what's going to happen now that Geno Smith is out for the remainder of the year.