Against a strong Cleveland defense, Tannehill threw for 272 yards, one touchdown, one interception, and got 7.2 yards per attempt. The Colts just got through making Terrelle Pryor look dynamic. Tannehill's a sneaky play in two-QB leagues.
Well that wasn't quite the 2013 debut Miller and his fantasy owners hoped for. Luckily, Daniel Thomas isn't a real threat to become a workhorse. Miller will bounce back this week.
Thomas may have picked up a one-yard touchdown run, but Lamar Miller is still the man in Miami. Thomas is worth rostering thanks to Miller's terrible Week 1 performance, though.
Wallace caught just one pass for 15 yards on five targets last week. He's dependent on big plays, so it's not a huge surprise to see him put up a stinker in his first regular season game with a new quarterback.
Mike Wallace got the big bucks, but Brian Hartline remains No. 1 in Ryan Tannehill's heart. After catching nine passes for 114 yards and a touchdown last week, he should have been one of the most popular players on your league's waiver wire.
Gibson hauled in seven of his 10 targets against the Browns, going for 77 yards. That may not be a weekly occurrence, but the targets certainly are encouraging.
Clay caught five of the six balls thrown his way last week, racking up 54 yards. He still isn't a viable fantasy option, but keep an eye on him for bye-week possibilities.
Sturgis went 3-for-3 on field goal attempts last week, and now gets to take advantage of the indoor setting in Indianapolis. I like the Dolphins to pull the upset, and think Sturgis will eventually become a regular fantasy starter.
The Dolphins defense looked great against the Browns last week, registering six sacks and three picks. The matchup with Andrew Luck and the Colts isn't nearly as favorable, but they're still worth starting.
Andrew Luck's scrambling ability doesn't get talked about a lot, but it's such a weapon for him. That 19-yard touchdown run last week turned a good day into a great one.
Bradshaw's value got a huge spike with Friday's news that Vick Ballard is done for the season. Like the Colts, owners should consider riding Bradshaw at RB2 or flex as long as he'll hold up.
Brown becomes Bradshaw's backup with Ballard out and we wouldn't be surprised if the Colts have to turn to him as the starter this season. He's a bonafide pick-up-and-stash candidate.
Hilton had just five targets, a result of Andrew Luck throwing only 23 passes. He should have more opportunity to make plays this week.
Reggie Wayne had a big Week 1, catching eight passes for 96 yards and a touchdown. It'll be another nice day for him and his fantasy owners on Sunday.
Heyward-Bey caught three passes for 33 yards, but was third in targets behind Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton. It'll take an injury to one of those two to make him a fantasy starter.
Allen's status was up in the air last week, but he was able to play and caught one pass, a 20-yard touchdown. He could crack the top 15 at a very deep position, but shouldn't be thought of as a starter quite yet.
Fleener had just one target last week, and has clearly taken a backseat to Dwayne Allen. He should not be owned.
Vinatieri didn't get a chance to tee up any field goals last week, making it an essentially worthless fantasy day for him. He'll have a slightly better week against the Dolphins.
I'm not buying the Terelle Pryor-led Raiders offense, yet they were able to find a large measure of success against the Colts. That does not bode well for the Colts for the rest of the season.
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