Even though we're through Week 5, the season is still young from a football perspective. Teams are starting to get comfortable with what works for them, and players are settling into their roles. Some impact performers are just getting back onto the field—Santonio Holmes and Ben Roethlisberger, to name two. We're just starting to get to a point where we can see some patterns. One guy who has emerged is Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman. On the year he's thrown for 824 yards and five TDs with a completion percentage of 59.5. Yes, he'll turn it over here and there, but Tampa Bay doesn't have a great rushing attack, so Freeman will have enough big games to qualify him as a sleeper starter for anyone looking for a new QB.