I feel safe saying Manning won't match what he did in Week 1. Then again, he could put up 50 percent of the stats he had against the Ravens and still have a huge day. He'll do just about that.
Moreno got the starting nod last week, and it will likely remain that way until the Broncos trust Montee Ball in pass protection. Still, he isn't worth starting.
Ball was in the game late, but until he starts seeing regular time, he cannot be relied on in fantasy leagues.
Hillman looks like he'll have his change-of-pace role all year, but that won't make him relevant in fantasy leagues.
Thomas had a huge day, capped off by his breaking a screen for a 78-yard touchdown. He'll be able to preserve his No. 1 status, even in this crowded offense.
The Welker-Peyton Manning connection got off to a great start, hooking up nine times for 67 yards and two scores. That'll continue this week.
While his teammates had all the fun, Decker had a rough day that included a dropped touchdown. He'll get back on track this week.
Thomas put the entire league on notice to start the 2013 season, scoring the Broncos first touchdown and finishing the night with five catches for 110 yards and two touchdowns. He could be a breakout star.
Prater was largely just a spectator like the rest of us last week, though he got to put the finishing touch on all seven of Peyton Manning's touchdown passes. He'll see a bit more action this week.
The Broncos picked Joe Flacco twice and sacked him four times, getting off to a good start even though they're short-handed. It'll be a little different against the Giants this week.
After a first half in which the Giants couldn't stop shooting themselves in the foot, Manning ended up with a huge fantasy day, throwing for 450 yards, four touchdowns and nearly 11 YPA. He had three picks, though one was not his fault. Going up against big brother Peyton, he'll post a monster game in a winning effort.
Well that couldn't have gone any worse. Still, the Giants have to rely on Wilson, who will redeem himself against the Broncos. If his owner in your league is getting jumpy, try to take advantage.
The Giants signed Jacobs on Tuesday as insurance, but you shouldn't be considering him in fantasy leagues.
Cruz exploded for five catches, 118 yards and three touchdowns against the Cowboys. He always finds ways to get behind defenses, and will do so again this week.
Nicks caught five passes for 114 yards, though Victor Cruz hogged all the touchdowns. This is what he can do when he's healthy.
Randle showed that it's not just the Cruz and Nicks show in New York, as he went over 100 yards, as well. He'll be a great guy to have around during bye weeks, and could be a star if either Cruz or Nicks get injured.
Myers caught seven passes for 66 yards and a touchdown. I like this matchup for him.
Brown had just one field goal attempt last week, a chip shot from 20 yards out. I like him in this offense, but the Giants will do too good a job finding the end zone this week.
The Giants defense really didn't play that poorly last week, as the Cowboys were the beneficiaries of a few short fields. Still, I wouldn't recommend starting them against the Broncos.
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