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.
Bell is expected to make his NFL debut in London on Sunday after missing the first three games with a knee injury. It will be interesting to see what he does. He has a chance to own this job.
Jones is the current starter, but the bet here is that he's a mere caddy while Le'Veon Bell gets his sea legs.
Brown had the biggest game of his career last week, hauling in nine passes for 196 yards and two touchdowns, including one of the prettiest catches you could hope to see.
You may not believe it, but Sanders leads the Steelers with 30 targets this season. He's a nice below-the-radar trade target right now.
Cotchery caught three passes for 52 yards last week, but he really doesn't belong on any roster in a fantasy league.
Miller made his season debut last week, catching three passes for 35 yards. He could eventually become a fantasy starter.
Suisham made three field goals against the Bears last week, making him a perfect 4-for-4 on the year.
Pittsburgh's defense didn't play poorly against the Bears, but it didn't really do anything to move the fantasy needle.
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.
Peterson has turned in strong fantasy games every week, but he has been forced to grind out every single yard. He'll finally find consistent room in London this week.
Jennings caught just three balls for 43 yards last week, and really cannot be considered a fantasy option unless you're desperate.
Simpson caught three of his eight targets last week. He won't find things any easier across the pond.
Wright got four targets against the Browns, catching three of them 35 yards.
Rudolph didn't turn in a great stat line a week ago, but the eight targets were nice to see. He'll be Christian Ponder's favorite target this week.
Walsh made both of his field goals last week and remains perfect on the season. He's as reliable as they come.
The Vikings forced three turnovers and sacked Brian Hoyer three times, but it was surprising to see them surrender 31 points. I wouldn't trust them this week.