The NFL picked a great one for one of its Week 1 Monday night games, and a lot of that has to do with excitement surrounding Vick. He legitimately could be the fantasy MVP if he clicks in this offense.
Like Michael Vick, McCoy could be a star in Chip Kelly's offense. He'll look like the stud he was in 2011 against the Redskins on Monday night.
We know Brown can be a weapon in fantasy leagues, but he won't have that chance as long as LeSean McCoy is healthy.
If you believe in Michael Vick, you have to believe in Jackson. The former can't have a big year without the latter. They'll bring back memories of 2009 on Monday.
Avant is worth owning as a depth guy in deep leagues, but he shouldn't be anywhere near your starting lineup.
Cooper makes an appearance in the projections this week, but chances are he isn't owned in most leagues. And he shouldn't be.
Celek seemed to play better with Nick Foles than he did with Vick, but he and Vick looked comfortable with one another this preseason. He could develop into a fantasy starter this year.
If Michael Vick and Chip Kelly prove to be a match made in heaven, Henery would be back among the weekly starters at the position. Let's wait to see if that happens.
You can't start the Eagles as your defense Week 1. There are just too many unknowns to trust it just yet.
We'll finally see Griffin on the field after he shredded his knee in the playoffs last season. Even if he doesn't run as often as he did last year, he'll likely be a weekly starter. He proved last year he's not a running quarterback. He's a quarterback who can run.
Morris remains one of the few true workhorses in the league, and Philadelphia presents a great matchup. He'll look like one of the best backs this week.
A foot injury limited Garcon, but he was a top-15 receiver when healthy. If Griffin throws more and runs less this year, Garcon will be the primary beneficiary. He has breakout potential in 2013.
If another fantasy-relevant receiver develops alongside Garcon, my bet is it will be Morgan. I'll believe it when I see it, though.
It's tempting to think of Davis as a starter, but he can't be trusted quite yet. Let's see what kind of start he gets off to before we consider him an option.
Forbath isn't quite a fantasy starter, but spotty performance in the red zone will give him three field goal attempts against the Eagles on Monday.
The Redskins need Brian Orakpo and Ryan Kerrigan to get after the quarterback if they are to improve on defense this year. Michael Vick's potential for turnovers makes the Redskins a fringe starting option this week.