The Packers are 1-2 and can't afford to fall 2.5 games behind the Lions with a head-to head loss to boot. Rodgers won't let that happen.
Manning is on pace for 5,880 yards and 64 touchdowns this season. Yeah, he's having a nice start to the year.
Going up against a strong Miami defense, Brees threw for 413 yards, four TDs and zero interceptions. He should have a field day against the Bears.
Vick has had two down games in a row, but he'll get back on track against the substandard Giants' defense.
Manning had a terrible game against the Chiefs, but he'll finally put up the numbers expected of him going up against the Eagles.
Ryan had a big day against the Patriots, and I like him to duplicate the feat even with a tough matchup on Monday night.
Kaepernick threw for two TDs last week, but the Niners really got back to their bread and butter -- running the football. He's just barely inside my top 10 at the position for the rest of the year.
Tannehill had an off game in a tough spot, but should bounce right back against the Ravens.
Newton had his first big game of the year the Panthers' last time out. I think he'll keep it rolling, even in a tough matchup.
Pryor will be back after missing last week's game with a concussion. He's a good option in deep or two-QB leagues.
Wilson really struggled against the Texans, throwing for just 123 yards and a TD. He did pick up 77 yards on the ground, but he hasn't taken off in fantasy leagues in the way many expected.
Brian Hoyer might be the second most popular person in Cleveland right now, trailing only Terry Francona. He could be a sneaky play this week.
Romo won't measure up to Peyton Manning in this game, but he'll give his owners a nice day in a favorable matchup.
Dalton had a terrible game against the Browns, throwing for 206 yards, 4.9 YPA and an interception. He appears to have taken a step back.
Brady finally had a big game, throwing for 316 yards, 10.2 YPA and two touchdowns last week. All these injuries to his veteran pass catchers could pay off in the long run.
Stafford was a huge disappointment last week, throwing for 242 yards, one TD and one interception. I do like him against a Packers team that ranks 28th against the pass.
He showed some of his sloppy mechanics last week, though he did finish with 317 yards and two TDs. This isn't a great matchup for him.
The Super Bowl MVP had a terrible day against the Bills, throwing a career-high five interceptions. The matchup in Miami is a bad one. Stay away.
Palmer had just 248 yards last week with one TD and two picks. I like him to bounce back, even against a strong defense.
Bradford had a terrible game against the 49ers, but the Jaguars could be a nice cure-all for him.
Schaub's ghastly pick-six got most of the attention last week, but he did have a solid fantasy day. This is a tough matchup, though.
Rivers had a huge day against Dallas, throwing for 401 yards and three TDs. He's not matchup-proof, but he's back in the lives of fantasy owners.
Given that his team scored 37 points, Luck didn't do all that much against the Jaguars. I wouldn't start him against Seattle.
Smith had his best game as a Chief last week, throwing for 288 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions. Tennessee will present a real challenge.
Gabbert completed barely more than half his passes last week and threw three interceptions. Every matchup is a terrible one for him.
Manuel had another rough game last week and now faces a Cleveland defense that ranks third against the pass.
Smith is likely to be without Santonio Holmes and Stephen Hill this week. You don't want him in your lineup.
Fitzpatrick starts in place of the injured Jake Locker, who is expected to be out about a month. Fitzpatrick is not a fantasy option.
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