Lambeau Field | Sunday, September 19 | 1:00 p.m. EST (CBS)
Pick: Packers 31, Bills 13
110 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 5 rush yards, 3 INTEdwards completed just over 50 percent of his passes and threw for fewer than 150 yards in the opener. The Packers will be in his face a lot, so expect a couple of turnovers as well in Week 2.
2 rec, 20 rec yards, 25 rush yardsA big preseason was followed by a dud in the opener. The good news for Bills owners is none of the team's other backs stood out, either. The bad news is all three of them received carries. It's tough to use Spiller this week.
1 rec, 10 rec yards, 25 rush yardsJackson had a quiet opener, but his 19 yards actually led the team. The Packers led the league in run defense a year ago, so expect another quiet week from Jackson in Week 2.
3 rec, 45 yards, 1 TDEvans is the Bills' top receiver; but that does not guarantee that he will see a lot of Charles Woodson, who often lines up in the slot. He could sneak a big play against a vulnerable Green Bay secondary, but don't expect consistent targets in the game.
2 rec, 20 yardsJohnson led the Bills in receiving in the opener, but he is still the second option at best. Expect a few yards and no scores.
1 rec, 15 yardsParrish found the end zone in Week 1, but the third receiver on a team that struggles to pass the ball is far from an enticing option this early in the season.
1 PAT, 2 FGsScoring opportunities will probably be minimal, which means Lindell will finish with single-digit points.
2 sacks, 0 INTThe Packers struggled a bit in Week 1, but they are still capable of naming the score if they can protect Aaron Rodgers a little better. Look for other options.
240 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 15 rush yards, 0 INTThe Bills only allowed 14 touchdown passes all of last season, so Rodgers may not put up the usual monster numbers. Still, the Packers' defense should be able to create some short fields for him.
2 rec, 10 rec yards, 50 rush yards, 1 rush TDWith Ryan Grant out, Jackson will be the Packers' primary running back. Jackson will see plenty of carries against a weak Bills run defense, giving him increased fantasy value early.
7 rec, 100 yards, 1 TDJennings will likely garner a lot of attention from the Bills' secondary, but he showed in Week 1 that he is still the top option in the Packers' passing attack. Start with confidence.
5 rec, 60 yardsDriver does not receive the attention that some of his Packer teammates do, yet he manages to find a way to be productive most weeks. However, given the Bills' strong secondary, Driver will need to find the end zone to have a big week.
2 rec, 30 yardsDon't expect more than a few catches from Jones against the Bills. Better options are available for Week 2.
3 rec, 40 yards, 1 TDFinley will cause matchup problems for the Bills and should be more active than he was in Week 1. Finley should find his way into the end zone for the first time this season.
4 PATs, 1 FGA couple long field goals produced a big Week 1 effort. If Crosby can maintain his accuracy on deep kicks, he will continue to be a strong fantasy play.
5 sacks, 3 INT, 2 Fumbles, 1 TDThe Bills had trouble moving the ball in Week 1 and allowed three sacks. There probably are not many better team defense options this week around the league.