That 50-yard rope to Greg Lewis to win the Niners game must have awoken something in Favre, because that was some vintage Brett Favre magic against the Pack on MNF. Favre went 24-for-31 for 271 yards, three touchdowns and zero picks with a passer rating of 135.3. The 19th-ranked St. Louis pass defense is more than susceptible to the Favre magic. He's a straight No. 1 option now.
Teams have really been keying on the best running back in the league since his insane display in Week 1. He hasn't gone for over 100 yards since, being held to 55 yards and one score on 25 carries on MNF. He is tied for the league lead with five TDs and is always a No. 1 must-start option.
After not catching a pass in Week 1, Berrian caught six against the Lions, four against the Niners and six for 75 with a TD against the Packers. He's a low-end No. 3 option and is turning into a favorite target of Favre's.
Having scored TDs in his first three NFL games, Harvin has become an exciting NFL player immediately. While his overall numbers haven't wowed anybody, the fact that he can get into the end zone on any touch makes him a decent No. 3 WR option, especially as a bye week or injury replacement.
Sidney 'Sticky' Rice had a big game on MNF with five catches for 70 yards, a touchdown and two big catches on Green Bay onside kicks at the end of the game. At 6-foot-4, Rice is the kind of target that Favre could grow to rely on, and his TDs the last two weeks would seem to validate that.
Traditionally, Brett Favre loves him some tight end. Shiancoe, thought of as a fantasy sleeper coming into the year, hasn't accumulated much yardage, but did get into the end zone in Weeks 2 and 4. He's a decent bye week option, but not a top-tier tight end.
The Vikes looked average against Green Bay at the end of the game, allowing Aaron Rodgers to get them back into it. That said, they did sack Rodgers eight times and force two turnovers. They're a good unit and this is a very favorable matchup.
Bulger sat out against the Niners with a bruised rotator cuff. He's questionable for the home game against the Vikes. If you are thinking of starting Bulger or his backup, Kyle Boller, you're in real trouble. St. Louis is not good.
S-Jax went for 79 yards in the Niners 35-0 shellacking of the Rams after two consecutive 100-yard efforts. He will likely be held in check by the Williams' wall and Minnesota's top-10 run defense. Still, he's a low end No. 1 option because of the lack of true, every-down horses in the NFL. He is their offense.
Avery is just not good. He led the team with three catches for 47 yards against the Niners, but only has 13 catches for 109 yards and no TDs on the year. He has no fantasy appeal nor do any of the other Rams wideouts.
Targeted a team-high five times against San Fran, McMichael has 10 catches for 99 yards on the season. He has no fantasy appeal whatsoever. You'd do as well as to start Adam Sandler's 'Talking Goat' against the Vikings.
Even though defensive end C.J. Ah You has the best name in the league, the 22nd-ranked unit is not a playable fantasy option. Ah, you'd be better off starting the defense from Snoop Dogg's Pop Warner team.