Titan D got shredded last week and give up 125 yards rushing per game to RBs.
Big game last week and one of only 4 kickers averaging 10+ points so far.
Have been horrible thus far, but Cassel did throw 4 INTs last week and they should be much better at home.
Another 12 targets last week and 6 catches and the Ravens are giving up 13 WR catches a game.
Continues to be extremely active and the Browns are giving up 32.5 FPG to WRs.
The Bear run D is still quite shaky and they give up 25 FPG to RBs so he could come through if you need him.
He's 4/4 on the season and not a bad option at home against a depleted defense.
Only 3 targets last week, but the Saints are giving up 49.9 FPG to WRs.
Still on injury report with a hamstring, but hard to sit especially since the Bills are giving up 8 TE receptions per game.
He's 3/3 with 7 XPTs, so a viable starter at home.
Huge game last week, with 18 touches and 2 TDs, and the Jags are getting destroyed by RBs giving up 41.4 FPG.
Just missed a TD last week with 12 touches and the Bills do give up 6.5/62 per game receiving to RBs.
Continues to produce big totals when he is the guy with 28.5 points last week in a PPR and it's not looking good for Charles.
Practiced early in the week with his ankle injury, so if he is fine by week's end he is a must-start in this run friendly offense.
Poor game last week with Newton, but still had 8 targets and the Steelers secondary is definitely beatable.
He did get 23 touches last week and the Browns are giving up a whopping 34 FPG to RBs.
They do have 6 sacks and a TD already this season and they did sack Flacco 8 times last year.
He killed them last year with 36.7 points on 32 touches, so obviously on the radar and looking very good if Martin is out.
Played 37% of the snaps last week and went off, so while the Skins have been tough against RBs, he is a good start.
Had only 4 targets last week, but obviously caught the long TD and the Titans secondary is beatable.
Looked very good last week again, and the Texans give up 6/60.5 per game to TEs.
He has been active this year and the Cowboys are getting destroyed by TEs giving up 7/93/1.5 per game to the position.
He's only 2/2 thus far and a matchup is scary on the road in Seattle.
He does have 4 FGs on the season, but you can do better.
Another 21 touches last week with 47 snaps, but the Ravens are giving up only 67 rushing yards per game to RBs.
Just missed a big play in front of the endzone last week and he did have a decent 6 targets but hard to trust.
He does have 6 FGs on the season and it's a solid matchup.
Decker is iffy with a hamstring, so he could be quite busy, and he should have had a long TD last week.
Jordan Reed was out of practice early in the week, so he could be the guy again in Week 3.
Got another 12 touches last week and while the Browns are talented they are giving up 6 RB catches per game and 34 FPG to the position.
Played 19 snaps last week, with 11 carries, and the Rams can be run on for sure if desperate.
Will have to step up for the injured Ingram and play more and while the Vikings have been pretty good against the run, this is hardly a shutdown defense.
Played 23 snaps last week which is a number that will rise, so viable as their lead runner with Mathews out.
Roddy is questionable with a hamstring through Wednesday, so Douglas could be asked to step up and we know he can produce.
He is 6/6 on the season, but probably risky with the backup QB a good bet to start.
He is 5/5 if you're looking for someone who is getting it done.
Not someone you can use on this shaky team.
Only 2 targets last week, but a pretty good sleeper with Decker banged up against the weak Bear safeties.
Getting it done for fantasy, and the Bears just lost a good corner in Tillman, so could come through in a high scoring game.
He's coming around as he caught 4 of his 6 targets last week, for a beautiful 20.3 YPC.
Another 7/74 on 9 targets last week so that's two very good games in a row and the matchup is beatable.
He oddly did not have a target last week, but the Jags have been getting crushed by the TE to the tune of 22.5 FPG.
They didn't have to throw much at all last week, but he did catch all three of his targets and the Titans are giving up 14 FPG to TEs.
He is 5/5 but this is a scary matchup on the road.
Played 68% of the snaps last week and the Saints are giving up 29.4 FPG to RBs.
Eagle defense did give up 26 FPG to RGIII last year and they are also giving up 2.5 TD passes per game so far.
Was decent against them last year and the Browns are giving up 301 passing per game to QBs.
Poor game last week, but 14 touches and the Chargers are giving up 8.5/62/1.5 receiving to RBs.
They do have 1 TD on the season and the Redskin O-line is shaky, but you can do better.
They do have 8 sacks on the season and 3 INTs, but the Bengals are giving up 1 FPG so far.
Chiefs have to lean on him more than usual as a passer, but Miami's defense has been pretty good against QBs so don't expect the world.