Plain and simple, Rodgers is the best quarterback in the league, but the lack of a run game will allow the Bengals to focus on the passing attack and limit big plays. That will help lead to an upset victory for Cincinnati.
With Eddie Lacy out due to a concussion, Starks became the first Packer to run for 100 yards in a game since 2010. It won't be quite so easy this week.
Nelson caught just three passes last week, but two went for touchdowns. Aaron Rodgers really trusts him in the red zone.
Cobb had another huge game, catching nine passes for 128 yards and a TD. Could both he and Jordy Nelson finish the year as top-five receivers?
After being left out Week 1, Jones caught 11 passes for 178 yards last week. This passing offense is ridiculous.
Finley is definitely back as a weekly starter, but he'll have a tough time against the Bengals.
When you play for Green Bay, you can kick back and let the offense do all the work for you. At least that's what Crosby did last week. I like him a lot for the rest of the year. Last year is over.
The Packers defense played a whole lot better last week than the final stats suggest. With a huge lead in hand, they allowed Robert Griffin III to pick away at them in the second half.
Dalton was able to throw for 280 yards against the Steelers, but he had to work for it and managed just one score. He'll find the Green Bay defense a bit more forgiving.
Bernard showed of his explosiveness against the Steelers, totaling 65 yards and two touchdowns on just nine touches. Expect that number to increase this week.
Unfortunately for Green-Ellis, I believe we saw the beginnings of the Giovani Bernard takeover last week. He'll retain some value all year, but it won't be what it was a season ago.
The Steelers held Green to six catches for just 41 yards last week. I'm willing to bet he makes up for that against the Packers.
Sanu got eight targets against the Steelers, showing that he can be a fantasy resource once the bye weeks start.
Eifert is clearly the more exmplosive tight end in Cincinnati, but both he and Jermaine Gresham will have a role -- and fantasy value -- this year.
After Gresham caught six of the nine balls thrown his way last week, it appears both he and Tyler Eifert will have value this season.
Nugent made both his field goal attempts last week, and I like the Bengals to give him a couple opportunties to get on the board against the Packers.
Cincinnati rebounded from a ho-hum Week 1 performance to register two sacks, two takeaways and 10 points allowed against the Steelers. You'll want to start this defense every week if it's on your roster.
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