Bulger didn't have a great game in a Rams victory vs. the Redskins last year, and he most likely won't this year either. The Skins, who were 7th against the pass in '08, limited Eli Manning last week, and Bulger is no Eli Manning.
Oof... Poor S-Jax. The lifespan of a NFL running back is so short. This guy could have been a great one, but he'll likely reach his peak rushing for 70-90 yards a game on this team, with this offensive line. Mild recommendation to avoid.
Avery is the Rams number one WR. At this point, that's a little like being the best actor in the Kalamazoo Reparatory production of ‘Our Town.' He should have some decent games, and will likely finish with close to a 1000 yards, but on a week-to-week basis, there are better options out there.
The talented 3rd year receiver out of Illinois State had a great preseason and an impressive debut. Bulger trusts him and threw to him 10 times last week, the most of any WR. He'll have a few breakout games this season, but this will probably not be the one.
They picked off Hasselbeck twice early, but didn't show much thereafter. This unit would be better if they could get backup C.J. Ah You on the field more often. Is there a better name in the NFL? Ah, you... You don't mean that.
The competent vet had 211 yards and a TD against the Giants. Upset by an offseason in which his team was evaluating QB upgrades probably won't do much for Campbell's waning confidence. Expect an average fantasy game against a lousy team.
Clinton Portis rushed for 125 years last year against the Rams, during a streak of 5 consecutive 100 yard games. The Rams run defense looked suspect in Week 1, allowing Julius Jones 117 yards. Expecte Portis to go for over 100.
Moss only caught 2 passes for 6 yards Week 1 against the Giants. He had 2 catches for 22 yards vs. the 19th ranked Rams pass defense last year, which is an ominous portent. Still, he should be able to do some things.
Randle El was Campbell's favorite target in week one, catching 7 passes for 98 yards. He had apparently lost his No.2 job out of camp, but is too important to the team. Look for him to continue his good play and watch out for a trick play. He's a career 80% (20 for 25) passer.