Rodgers had a quiet game by his standards, throwing for 274 yards and a TD. He was this close to 300 and two, but what was initially ruled a TD for James Jones was overturned.
Lacy looked quite strong in his first game back from a concussion, running for 99 yards on 23 carries. I'd feel good about plugging him into my lineup every week.
Franklin does not appear to have a major role in the Green Bay offense as long as Lacy is healthy.
Cobb had his worst receiving game of the season last week, catching just four passes for 35 yards, but added a nice 67-yard run, too. Expect a solid day against the Ravens.
Nelson had five catches for 82 yards last week. He should thrive in Baltimore on Sunday.
Jones led all Packers receivers with 127 yards and a TD last week. He may be the No. 3, but you can't bench him.
Finley caught all six of his targets last week, though he picked up just 32 yards. The Ravens have surrendered the 12th most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Crosby made all five of his field goal attempts last week, including a 52-yarder. He has clearly put his dismal 2012 in the rear-view mirror.
Green Bay shut down Detroit last week, but there wasn't much degree of difficulty with Calvin Johnson a surprise inactive. The Packers are a fringe play this week.
Flacco didn't find the end zone and threw a pick, but he did pick up 8.4 yards per attempt. Too bad that doesn't do much for fantasy owners.
Rice had his first big day of the year, scoring twice and totaling 102 yards from scrimmage. Green Bay has been about league average against running backs in fantasy terms.
Pierce got 11 carries last week, but that still paled in comparison to Ray Rice's 27.
Smith had another big day, catching six passes for 121 yards. He's a top-10 fantasy receiver.
Brown was inactive last week because of a strained hamstring. Even if he plays, you won't want to start him.
Clark didn't appear on the stat sheet last week, a shock with Marlon Brown and Jacoby Jones inactive. He could be worth a shot this week if you're without Tony Gonzalez or Charles Clay, as the Packers have allowed 12.1 fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Dickson caught two passes for 51 yards last week, but he still apppears to be running second to Dallas Clark in Baltimore.
Tucker made all four of his field goal attempts against the Dolphins and should be started confidently every week.
The Ravens sacked Ryan Tannehill six times, but eveyone's doing that these days. This is a terrible matchup for them.