If anyone could treat a game against the team for which he played for 13 years as just another game, it's Manning. Something tells me he might have a little something extra, though.
Moreno had a huge game against the Jaguars, racking up 104 total yards and three scores. The Colts have allowed the third most fantasy points per game to running backs this year.
Ball has just four carries the last two weeks combined. You should feel comfortable cutting bait.
Hillman had just six touches last week, and he won't be a guy you can start unless Knowshon Moreno gets hurt.
Thomas had three receptions for 78 yards last week, giving him two straight games without a TD. That streak will end this week.
Decker caught five passes for 50 yards, but this will be a huge game for everyone involved in the Denver passing game.
Welker caught six of his eight targets for 63 yards and a score last week. The Colts have done well against the pass this year, but then again they've yet to play the Broncos.
Thomas had just 22 yards last week, but he managed to find the end zone. He should be started with confidence this week.
Prater didn't have a field goal attempt last week, but if you own him you're starting him.
The Broncos didn't really take advantage of the Jaguars, forcing two turnovers and sacking Chad Henne twice. They get linebacker Von Miller back this week.
His receivers dropped a ton of passes as Luck threw for just 202 yards and an interception in San Diego last week. He should bounce back against a Denver defense that surrenders 21.2 fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Richardson ran for just 40 yards on 10 carries last week, and has been one of the biggest fantasy busts this year. Denver has given up just 3.2 yards per carry through six weeks.
Wayne had five receptions for 88 yards last week, becoming the ninth player in NFL history with at least 1,000 career catches. He'll have a big game against the Broncos.
Hilton caught five passes for 43 yards last week, his fourth dud of the season. Luck should have to throw a ton this week, but it's getting hard to trust Hilton.
Fleener caught three passes for 16 yards last week and had a killer drop. He's failing to take advantage of the opportunity presented by Dwayne Allen's injury.
Vinatieri went 3-for-3 on field goals last week, including two from at least 50 yards. He's set up well to be a top-12 kicker.
You'd only consider the Colts in a very good matchup. This is not a good matchup.