Well Vick certainly looked like a nice fit in Chip Kelly's offense, huh? If he stays healthy, the sky's the limit.
It really doesn't matter how good the defense is, Rodgers more often than not does his thing. That will be the case again on Sunday.
No one throws for 10-plus YPA with the ease that Brees does. He picked up 357 yards on 35 attempts with touchdowns to Marques Colston and Jimmy Graham last week. He'll light up the Buccaneers on Sunday.
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.
Wilson had one of the quietest 320-yard days I can remember. It wasn't padded with garbage-time numbers, either, he picked up 9.7 YPA. He'll do well with this week's tough assignment.
The Seahawks completely shut down Newton, holding him to 125 passing yards, one touchdown and 38 rushing yards. The Bills will have no such luck.
Dalton had a huge first half against the Bears, and ended the day with 282 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. It's hard to start him with a full slate, but I think he'll put up starter's numbers this week.
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.
Kaepernick torched the Packers yet again, this time with his arm, throwing for 412 yards and three touchdowns. He faces a much tougher matchup this week, but he'll still come up with a useful day.
Palmer had a nice day in his Cardinals debut, completing 26-of-40 passes for 327 yards, 8.2 YPA, two touchdowns and one interception. More importantly, he ensured that Larry Fitzgerald won't have to spend 90 percent of the season angrily glaring at his quarterback.
Even with a gimpy Roddy White, Ryan threw for 304 yards, 8.0 YPA and two touchdowns. He'll put on a show for the crowd at the Georgia Dome in the home opener.
Romo toughed through a rib injury to throw for 263 yards and two touchdowns. It wasn't a terribly efficient performance, as he got just 5.4 YPA. He's expected to start this week.
Schaub had a huge fantasy night Week 1, throwing for 346 yards and three touchdowns. The circumstances will be different against Tennessee, but he'll give his owners nearly as big a game.
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.
Stafford torched the Vikings for 354 yards and 8.3 YPA. The Cardinals have a much better defense overall, especially in the secondary, but I still expect Stafford to put up numbers.
Cutler got on track in the second half last week, finishing the game 21-of-33 for 242 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. As the Bears continue to get comfortable with Marc Trestman's offense, the numbers could become bigger and bigger.
Bradford helped bring the Rams back from 11 points down in the fourth quarter, and finished the game with 299 yards and two touchdowns. Consider him a backup.
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.
Brady is still Brady, but he'll be without his three best pass catchers in Danny Amendola, Rob Gronkowski and Shane Vereen. He'll help the Patriots get a win, but he's seen better fantasy days.
Rivers ended up throwing four touchdowns against the Texans, but it was a mirage created by unlikely circumstances. He should not be trusted this week.
The huge second-half deficit forced Flacco to put the ball in the air 62 times. The lack of receiving options on this team could present a problem down the road.
Griffin ended up putting together a decent fantasy performance, but he did not look like the electric quarterback who took the league by storm last year. It's hard to rely on him right now.
I mean, we all knew Pryor would be the leading rusher in the NFL after the first week of the season, right? He's easily the best option they have right now, but don't expect them to all of a sudden have this dynamic offense. They're still the Raiders.
Smith was steady if not spectacular against the Jaguars, going 21-of-34 for 173 yards and two touchdowns. The real-life upgrade he represents for the Chiefs won't necessarily translate in fantasy leagues.
With Blaine Gabbert out because of a hand injury, Henne takes over as the starter. My bet is he never gives the job back.
Smith threw for 256 yards a touchdown and an interception, while adding 47 rushing yards in his NFL debut. You can roster him in deeper leagues, but he remains no more than a backup.
Freeman didn't exactly shine in the first start of his make-or-break year, completing just 15-of-31 passes for 210 yards with a touchdown and an interception. This should be a game where he can succeed.
Roethlisberger had a terrible day against the Titans, completing 21-of-33 passes for 191 yards, 5.8 YPA, a garbage-time touchdown and one interception. Now he gets the Bengals, one of the best defenses in the league. I am not optimistic.
Manuel enjoyed a nice NFL debut, throwing for 150 yards and two touchdowns and running for an additional 23 yards. The Panthers present a much tougher challenge and will give him a bit of a wake-up call.
It took Weeden 53 pass attempts to throw for 289 yards. That should tell you pretty much all you need to know about his fantasy prospects, at least until wideout Josh Gordon returns.
Other than the three picks, Ponder didn't play all that bad last week. It won't get any easier for him against the Bears.
Locker completed 11-of-20 passes for 125 yards and generally looked like one of the worst quarterbacks in the league last week. Stay away at all costs.