The Broncos play Dallas next week, but get Jacksonville, Indy and Washington the following three weeks. Manning could have 2,500 yards and 25 TDs heading into their Week 9 bye.
Luck's numbers weren't all that impressive against the Niners last week, but he continued to make plays on the ground. He'll make it up to his owners this week.
Pryor had a productive fantasy day against Denver, but left after suffering a concussion late. Keep an eye on his practice schedule this week.
Roethlisberger ended up with a huge game against the Bears, throwing for 406 yards and two TDs. I think he's worth starting against a Vikings team that struggled with Brian Hoyer last week.
The Chiefs completely shut Vick down last week, and he'll have 10 days to think about it by time Sunday rolls around. I think the Broncos win handily, but Vick gives his owners a nice game.
The Dolphins limited Ryan to 231 yards and 6.1 YPA, though he did throw two touchdown passes. He'll find things a bit easier against the Patriots.
Situation dictated that Romo only throw 24 times last week, but he put up 210 yards and three scores. He'll have another great day this Sunday against a friendly San Diego defense.
Stafford predictably had a huge game against Washington. Teams have been able to throw on the Bears this year, so Stafford owners should expect a nice game.
It took Griffin 50 attempts to get to 326 yards, and he didn't factor into the scoring at all. It has already been a nightmare season in the capital.
Cutler really struggled for the first time this season, but I'm betting he finds the Detroit defense a whole lot more amenable than he did the Steelers last week.
The Dolphins present Brees with his toughest challenge this season, but I think he'll be plenty up to it in this matchup of somewhat surprising 3-0 teams.
The only problem with Wilson's performance against the Jaguars was he forced himself to the bench after building a huge lead. He'll play the whole game this week, with solid results.
Brady was able to give his owners a productive day, but it's still not going to be the guy were used to until Rob Gronkowksi and Danny Amendola return. He has just 5.5 YPA this year.
Palmer had a terrible day against a surprisingly good Saints defense. He'll get back above 300 yards this week.
Smith played the role of game manager to perfection last week. He'll do a bit more as a playmaker against the Giants.
Dalton was gifted a couple short fields thanks to takeaways and made them count, racking up 235 yards (8.4 YPA) and two scores. Cleveland will test him.
After Kaepernick's terrible game against an inviting opponent, I'm starting to get a little worried about him. I think he'll bounce back a bit this week.
Manuel struggled against a strong Jets defense last week. It doesn't get any easier for him this week with the Ravens coming to town.
Bradford had a terrible showing last week, getting just 5.0 yards per attempt against the Cowboys. He'll underwhelm again this week.
Tannehill struggled at times against the Falcons, but he tossed the game-winning TD with 38 seconds left in the game. He's maturing right before our eyes.
It doesn't get any easier for Manning this week, going up against the top-performing defense in the league thus far, according to Pro Football Focus.
Locker had a great day, leading the Titans to a comeback victory while throwing for 299 yards, 8.1 YPA and a TD. He added 68 yards and a score on the ground.
The lack of weapons in Baltimore is really starting to show in Flacco's stats. I can't recommend him as a fantasy starter, and he's just a fringe option in two-QB leagues.
Rivers came back to earth against the Titans, throwing for 184 yards and a TD. I do not recommend starting him against what appears to be a very good Dallas defense.
Schaub really struggled last week, though that could have had something to do with a less-than-100-percent Andre Johnson. He still shouldn't be counted on this week.
After two underwhelming games from Chad Henne, Gabbert will get back under center. The results won't change.
Smith had his best day as a pro last week, throwing for 331 yards and two scores, while adding a TD on the ground. It'll be a bit tougher in Nashville this week.
Cassel steps in this week for the injured Christian Ponder. In Cassel's last start, Nov. 18 last season against Cincinnati, he completely only 50 percent of his passes. It'll be tough sledding against the Steelers.
After being made the butt of many jokes during the week, Hoyer threw for 311 yards and three touchdowns in the Browns' first win of the season. He still shouldn't be anywhere near your roster,
Mike Glennon gets his first career start, taking over for the embattled Josh Freeman. Will Greg Schiano last the whole year?
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