The league MVP at the quarter mark, Peyton has four straight 300-yard games to start the season. Last week, against the Seabags, he went to five different receivers for over 50 yards. He leads the league in TD passes and passing yards. If you're not starting him, you don't really understand the rules of fantasy football. Against a Tennessee secondary that's allowing a league high 282 yards a game, the sky is the limit.
He's gotten in the end zone twice, but is not even averaging 50 yards a game while splitting carries with Donald Brown. He did catch seven passes for 50 yards against the Seahawks and could continue to catch balls with an average WR group and Peyton spreading the ball out the way he does. He's a No. 3 fantasy RB.
Brown has gotten into the end zone twice and will continue to be a viable No. 3 fantasy RB as long as he keeps splitting carries with Addai in this offense. If Addai gets dinged, watch out. There's no limit to Brown's potential as a No. 1 RB stud.
Ho-hum, another 74-yard, one-touchdown outing for Wayne. The star wideout's manner stays the same regardless of what joker is covering him. He's third in the league with 26 receptions and is the favorite target of the best QB in the league. Start this man.
'Garcon! I'll take a carafe of your finest three-catch, 71-yard performance.' Lucky Pierre fell into this No. 2 WR role when Anthony Gonzalez went down and is worth a start as a good No. 3 WR because of this offense.
Collie didn't dog it on the way to his impressive six-catch, 65-yard game against Seattle. He's the No. 3 WR, but if you have terrible injury or matchup problems, could be a viable starting option just because of this offense.
Leading all NFL tight ends with 26 receptions, Clark 'The Shark' will chomp his way through the Titans' league-worst pass defense with the voracity of a tiger shark and the quickness of a mako. Did you know that tiger sharks will eat literally anything, including all forms of garbage?
This unit has played very well the last couple of weeks against Arizona and Seattle. Neither of those teams have a particularly good running game. The Colts could have some trouble with the very dangerous Chris Johnson. They're a No. 2 unit here.
This game is the Titans season and probably Collins' job. The Titans have beaten the Colts in each of the last three seasons. This game should be closer than most are assuming, but Tennessee will do it with the run, not the pass. Collins has five TDs and six INTs on the season. He can hear Vince Young's footsteps.
Johnson was limited in the second half against Jacksonville because the Titans were down and needed to pass. In order to have a chance in an absolute must-win game, the Titans need to show the Colts a heavy dose of Johnson. Expect big things from the NFL's leading rusher.
Washington has become a major red-zone option for Collins, having caught TD passes in three consecutive games. He had seven catches for 66 yards against the Jags. Consider him a No. 3 fantasy option simply because of his nose for the end zone.
Bironas has one FG in each game. While he was very good last year, this is a different Titans team and it looks like they're going to score a heck of a lot less. This could be a decent week to start him though, as it figures to be a reasonably high scoring affair.
Boy, do they wish they had Jim Schwartz back. Chuck Cecil's unit has been embarrassed, especially against the pass. Not a great week for the best quarterback in the league to be coming to town. Do not play.