Anderson completed two passes last week against the lowly Bills, with one going to a reserve tight end who shouldn't even come near your fantasy radar. Doesn't exactly bode well for this week's grudge match with the Steelers.
So much for that hamstring injury: Lewis rushed for 117 yards against the Bills. But it was the veteran's first 100-yard rushing game since December 2007, so it'd be risky to expect a similar outburst Sunday on the road against the defending champs.
Roethlisberger enters a mouth-watering matchup at home against the Browns, fresh off prolific performances against San Diego (333 yards, two touchdowns) and Detroit (277 yards, three touchdowns). Expect more of the same against the Browns, though Mike Tomlin may focus more on the ground attack given Cleveland's 32nd-ranked rush defense.
Parker is expected to play after missing consecutive games with turf toe. But he's ceded the starting job to Mendenhall (at least for the time being) and might not be back to 100 percent. A risky play even against the lousy Browns.
After an impressive Week 1 outing against the Titans, Holmes has neither caught a touchdown pass nor cracked 100 yards receiving in a single game. That said, this week's matchup offers a juicy opportunity for a rebound performance.