Manning enters the year right on the fringe of being a weekly fantasy starter. That likely means his owners will be making matchup-based decisions from week to week. Manning is a solid option against Dallas.
With Andre Brown on the shelf, Wilson will have a chance to prove he deserves to be a workhorse back. He won't disappoint this week.
Cruz is expected to play Sunday after suffering a bruised heel during the preseason. Only injuries can keep him out of the top 10 at the position.
For now, Nicks is healthy. That's a great thing for his fantasy owners, who should enjoy it while it lasts. He'll reward them this week.
Even with Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks in the lineup, Randle will get enough snaps to make an impact. You can't start him this week, but he should be universally owned.
Eli Manning has always made good use of his tight ends, and chances are that won't change with Myers. Over the course of the entire season, he'll prove to be a weekly starter, but he won't pay off this week.
Brown used to be a favorite of fantasy owners because of his big leg, but he'll get back in the ranks of the weekly starters by being part of a very good offense in New York.
The Giants defense really disappointed last year, and they suffered a few key injuries during the preseason. They may prove a good fantasy play, but you don't want to start them against the Cowboys.
I'm on record as believing Tony Romo will finish the season as a top-five quarterback. It all starts against the Giants this week.
If, if, if. If Murray can stay healthy, he can be an RB1. It's all just a matter of him staying on the field.
Austin didn't get a ton of respect during draft season, but he could easily be a weekly starter if he stays healthy. He always seems to play well against the Giants.
After riding a roller coaster his first two seasons, Bryant emerged as an elite receiver in 2012. He'll be in the top tier for a long time to come.
Witten had a monster 2012, and he'll pick right up where he left off. He remains one of the best tight ends in the game.
Bailey's got a huge leg and is part of what could be a very good offense. He should be considered a weekly starter.
We'll get our first real look at Monte Kiffin's new look Cowboys defense, including DeMarcus Ware as a down lineman. The Giants aren't the greatest matchup in the world, but the Cowboys will likely rate as a starting defense this week.
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