Eli Manning will have more passing yards than brother Peyton, but Peyton's
Colts will beat Eli's Giants--barely.
The Lions' Kevin Jones will not rush for 80 yards against the Seahawks and will
fail to be a factor in the fourth quarter.
The Seahawks' Shaun Alexander will outrush Jones by 80 yards and will sit out
much of the fourth quarter.
The player whom fantasy owners will scramble to pick up after Week 1: Texans
rookie running back WALI LUNDY, whose one-cut-and-go running style fits well
with new coach Gary Kubiak's zone-blocking scheme. Lundy is the starter now
that Domanick Davis will miss the entire season because of complications with
his surgically repaired left knee. The runner-up to Lundy? San Francisco
receiver Antonio Bryant, whom coaches believe is tougher than his predecessor,
Brandon Lloyd. The 49ers will have to air it out this season in order to stay
The Packers will be shut out by the Bears' defense, the start of a very long
year for Brett Favre.
The Jaguars will be shut out by the Cowboys' defense, the start of a very good
year for the Dallas D.
Brian Westbrook will show no ill effects from his sprained foot, but the
Eagles' star will be Donovan McNabb.
Lee Evans will have a 100-yard game against the Patriots, with many of the
yards coming in garbage time.