Ryan will wash the bitter taste of last year's NFC Championship Game out of his mouth against the Saints, throwing for 351 yards, the highest total of the week, and two scores.
Jackson will shine in his Falcons debut, showing exactly why the team targeted him so aggressively in the offseason. He'll rack up more than 100 yards from scrimmage and punch in a short-yardage touchdown.
Rodgers is an exciting athlete, but Jackson has a stranglehold on this job. He shouldn't be anywhere near your starting lineup.
Jones has been the No. 1 receiver in Atlanta in the minds of fantasy owners for at least a year, but this is the season it will finally show on the field. It all starts against the Saints.
White remains a reliable, prolific target for Matt Ryan. That won't change against one of the friendliest secondaries in the league.
The ageless tight end keeps on ticking, though he may have fewer opportunities this year after the addition of Steven Jackson. It'll be a tepid start to the 2013 season for Gonzalez.
A big day for the Falcons' offense means a big day for Bryant. He'll reward his owners with at least nine points, and perhaps more if your league gives out yardage bonuses.
We've grown accustomed to shootouts between the Falcons and Saints, and this week will be no different. Of course, that makes it hard to start either defense.
What more can you say about Drew Brees? The guy is a fantasy monster, and now that he's officially reunited with Sean Payton, we're betting he'll welcome his coach back with a big day.
Sproles is just as large a non-factor in the running game as teammate Mark Ingram is in the passing game, but that makes Sproles far more valuable in the Saints' offense. He'll score one of New Orleans' four touchdowns this week.
Ingram could be a relevant player in fantasy leagues if he gets enough touches, but that's always a risky proposition given the fact that he simply doesn't factor into the passing game.
I don't see enough reps in New Orleans for Thomas to be relevant in fantasy leagues. There isn't a reason to start him this week.
Colston will put any fears about his foot to rest right off the bat Week 1, catching Drew Brees' first touchdown pass of the season. Get ready for a big season.
You can pretty much bet on Moore for about seven or eight productive fantasy games a year, but it's hard to know which ones they'll be. This will be one of them. Get him in your lineup.
It's hard to break into the New Orleans' offense. If one of the receivers goes down, Stills could be a fantasy factor, but he won't be until then.
It's time for Jimmy Graham to create a tier of one at the tight end position. He'll begin his domination of linebackers and safeties with seven catches, 99 yards and a score this week
Hartley can be a frustrating fantasy kicker because the Saints are so efficient, usually finding the end zone instead of settling for a field goal. He'll give his owners one of those all-PAT days Sunday.
The Saints gave up the most fantasy points to quarterbacks, running backs and wide recievers last year. Yeah, they're still pretty bad.
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