Smith has given the Chiefs a steady hand through two games but hasn't been much of a fantasy option, even in two-QB leagues.
After going away from him early last week, Andy Reid will make sure to feed Charles early and often against the Eagles. It'll result in his biggest game of the season to date.
Bowe was on track for another disappointing day before catching a TD pass late in the third quarter against the Cowboys. Teammate Jamaal Charles will hog the glory this week.
If Alex Smith were more efficient, Avery could catch on as a bye-week replacement. Until then, he's waiver-wire fodder.
McCluster totally disappeared last week, catching just two passes on four targets. He is not a fantasy option.
One week later and Fasano still isn't a fantasy option.
Thursday night games are famously sloppy, and that'll result in a lack of scoring opportunities for Succop.
Dominating the Jaguars was one thing, but holding the Cowboys to 16 points and completley shutting down their run game was another thing entirely. This is a sneaky-good defense.
Through two games, Michael Vick leads the league with 10.34 yards per attempt. Could he be the fantasy MVP even if he misses a handful of games?
Week 1, McCoy ran for 184 yards. Last week, he had 114 yards through the air. It's safe to say he enjoys playing for Chip Kelly.
Brown's a guy who should be owned but cannot be started unless LeSean McCoy gets injured. That possibility of injury is why you own him, though.
Jackson leads the NFL with 297 receiving yards through two weeks. He's easily on track to be a top-10 fantasy receiver.
Avant's seven targets last week were encouraging. He's stash-worthy in deep leagues.
I wouldn't trust any tight end in Philly, though Ertz caught two passes for 58 yards against the Chargers. This offense is dominated by Michael Vick, LeSean McCoy and DeSean Jackson.
Celek had just one target last week while fellow tight end Zach Ertz caught both balls thrown his way. Celek doesn't look like a fantasy option.
It won't be quite so explosive a day for the Eagles playing on a short week. That'll show up in Henery's stat line.
Philip Rivers burned the Eagles last week, and though Alex Smith may not bring the same sort of firepower, you can likely find a better option.