Rivers put on a show in Philly, throwing for 419 yards and three scores. While he's relevant once again, the Titans present a much tougher matchup than do the Eagles.
Though he didn't find the end zone, Mathews looked like a much better runner Week 2 than he did Week 1. You can consider him a safe flex most weeks.
Woodhead caught eight balls on nine targets against the Eagles and is worth rostering for when the big bye weeks hit.
Why do I prefer Brown to Eddie Royal despite the numbers put up by the latter? The touchdowns just aren't sustainable.
OK, Eddie, that's enough. Time to come back to earth.
Gates was back in a big way last week, catching eight passes for 124 yards. He's still a fringe starter at the position for the rest of the season.
Tennessee clamped down on Houston in the red zone last week. That could mean big things for Novak this week.
The Chargers defense has been in the bottom-fourth of the league according to Pro Football Focus' metrics. The Titans won't be enough to cure what ails them.
Tennessee nearly pulled off a huge upset over Houston, but it wasn't much thanks to Locker. He got just 4.8 yards per attempt on 30 passes.
Johnson didn't run the ball all that well against the Texans, but he picked up 96 yards thanks to getting 25 carries. San Diego should yield his best day of the season.
With Shonn Greene out, Battle will serve as the short-yardage back. He's not a guy you want anywhere near your fantasy team.
The bad news: Britt caught just four passes for 28 yards last week. The good news: He got nine targets. Jake Locker undermines his talent, but he's still worth owning.
Wright led the team with 11 targets last week, but his production is way too up-and-down to count on him as a starter.
Washington caught three passes for 50 yards a week ago and has 12 targets on the season. That's not enough to matter playing in this offense.
Walker got just two targets last week and is not a fantasy option.
Thanks to an offense that is having trouble punching the ball into the end zone, Bironas will have a big day Sunday.
The Titans defense might be back. It held the mighty Texans to 16 points through 58 minutes, picked off Matt Schaub twice and limited him to 6.2 yards per attempt.