If nothing else, Pryor should be good for about 40-50 rushing yards per game. You don't want to start him.
McFadden ran for 129 yards on 19 carries last week, but will be marginalized after Denver gets out to a big lead.
Moore was shut out last week and was targeted on just two passes. I wouldn't trust any receiver in this offense.
Streater had three receptions for 42 yards last week, but you can't really have confidence in any Oakland receiver.
Janikowski had a great day last week, making 4-of-5 field goal attempts. Denver's defense isn't clamping down on opposing offenses, so he could be worth starting.
Oh boy. This is going to be ugly. This isn't Jacksonville, or even Indy, for that matter.
Manning became the first player in NFL history to throw for nine touchdowns without an interception in the first two weeks of the season. The train will keep right on rolling this week.
Moreno had a huge game against the Giants, running for 93 yards and two scores on 13 carries. He looks like a solid flex play.
Ball got 12 carries last week, but picked up just 16 yards and clearly ceded control of the position to Knowshon Moreno.
After a quiet day against the Giants, Thomas will once again be a beast in Week 3.
Decker bounced back after a rough Week 1, catching nine passes for 87 yards. He'll find the end zone for the first time this week.
Welker had a few drops last week, but that didn't stop Peyton Manning from targeting him eight times. He'll take advantage of that volume again this week.
Peyton Manning targeted Thomas nine times, and the big tight end hauled in six of those for 47 yards and a score. Get him right back in there this week.
Prater will once again be the victim of an offense that is simply too good to make its kicker an elite fantasy player.
The Broncos picked off Eli Manning four times last week and are a great option against an Oakland team that will be completely outclassed.