240 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 1 INTThe younger Manning threw three touchdown passes in Week 1, but he also threw three interceptions as well. Manning should be fired up for the big matchup with the Colts, and this game should be fairly high-scoring, so expect another strong fantasy perform
2 rec, 20 rec yards, 1 rec TD, 90 rush yardsBradshaw ran for 76 yards and a touchdown in Week 1, and he will go against a below-average Colts run defense in Week 2. Bradshaw could see plenty of action if the Giants try to play keep away from Peyton Manning.
50 rush yardsJacobs still received 12 carries in the backup role in Week 1, but he can't be counted on for much production as a reserve. Jacobs will continue to see some carries, but Ahmad Bradshaw is the better fantasy option.
4 rec, 60 yards, 0 TDIt did not take long for Nicks to break out this season -- he caught four passes for 75 yards and three touchdowns in Week 1. Nicks' performance means he will receive plenty of attention going forward, but he is the Giants' best red zone option.
8 rec, 100 yards, 1 TDSmith caught five passes in the opener, but he was overshadowed by fellow receivers Hakeem Nicks and Mario Manningham. Expect Smith to pick up more than the 43 yards he recorded in Week 1.
5 rec, 50 yardsManningham averaged an impressive 21.3 yards per catch on four receptions in Week 1. He may be the third option, but he still sees plenty of work in the Giants' passing game.
1 rec, 10 yardsKevin Boss will likely miss Week 2 after suffering a concussion in the opener, so Beckum will have an expanded role early in the season. He is a bit faster than Boss, but he has yet to catch more than two passes or record over 16 yards in any career game.
2 PATs, 3 FGsTynes should be able to put up some points in Week 2 in what could become an offensive-minded affair.
3 sacks, 1 INT, 1 FumbleThe Colts may have lost last week, but their offense certainly did not struggle. Peyton Manning threw for almost 500 yards and is never a fun quarterback for a fantasy defense to face. The Giants are worth a start after forcing five turnovers and four sacks against the Panthers.
310 pass yards, 3 pass TD, 1 INTManning threw for 433 yards and three touchdowns in Week 1. Fantasy options don't come any more consistent than Manning, but don't expect 400 yards again.
2 rec, 25 rec yards, 50 rush yardsThe Colts only ran the ball 10 times in the opener and Addai carried the ball each time. The Giants do not have a great run defense; however, the Colts are already leaning on the passing game and could limit Addai's opportunities. Addai did catch six passes last week at least.
30 rush yardsBrown did not receive a carry in Week 1 and does not figure to play a big role in Week 2 either. Keep him on the bench for now.
5 rec, 80 yards, 1 TDWayne caught seven passes for 99 yards and a touchdown in Week 1. His seven receptions were the third-highest total on the team, but it's clear he is still capable of producing at a high level.
6 rec, 60 yardsCollie exploded in Week 1 for 131 yards and a touchdown on 10 catches. That level of production should not be expected regularly, but Collie is worth a start in most leagues given the attention he receives from Peyton Manning.
3 rec, 60 yardsGarcon's 75 yards in Week 1 were the fourth-highest total on the team, but his 18.8 yard average was tops. Garcon remains a viable fantasy option as a starting receiver in the Colts' efficient passing game.
5 rec, 60 yards, 1 TDClark shredded the Texans' defense for 11 catches, 80 yards, and a touchdown in Week 1. Expect another big game from him in Week 2.
3 PATs, 1 FGThe Colts had over 500 yards of offense in Week 1, but Vinatieri only scored six points. He is worth a start in Week 2 since the game will be played in ideal conditions indoors.
1 sack, 1 INT, 2 FumblesThe Colts run defense was run over by Arian Foster in Week 1, and the Giants have two backs who are capable of doing damage. The Colts defense will not do much if the Giants are able to move the ball on the ground, so it's probably best to go in another direction.