Despite throwing for 2,253 yards over the last seven regular-season games—the most in the NFL during that span—Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton
(below) isn't getting a lot of fantasy respect. He went unowned in nearly half of all leagues entering Sunday's 27--13 loss to the Colts, in which he rolled up 476 yards. Although Orton is one of only a handful of passers to top 1,000 yards through a season's first three games (a list that includes Peyton Manning, Kurt Warner and the original Denver QB, Frank Tripucka), owners are overlooking him for the likes of Matthew Stafford and Vince Young. The Broncos' anemic running attack almost guarantees big weekly numbers from Orton, who deserves to be owned in every league and started in most.