||An aggressive pass rush against a shaky o-line and Jay Cutler, plus Randall Cobb in the return game; plenty to like here.
||The Texans beat up Ryan Tannehill last week; now they set their sights on Blaine Gabbert.
||Michael Vick threw a bunch of picks in Cleveland last week; Ed Reed has to be salivating over this matchup.
||Kevin Kolb's first start of 2012 comes against the new and improved New England defense. Good luck with all that.
||Mark Sanchez shredded the Bills' revamped defense last week; we're betting he doesn't fare quite as well against the far more formidable Steelers.
||You have to believe Rex Ryan will find a way to exploit the Steelers' injury-ravaged offensive line.
||While Aaron Rodgers isn't nearly as susceptible to turnovers the Bears bring plenty of heat and have a return game to match the Pack's.
||The Niners did a number on Aaron Rodgers & Co. in Lambeau, so hosting Matthew Stafford shouldn't faze them a bit.
||Minnesota can still get after the passer, and behind the Colts' rag-tag lineeven top pick Andrew Luck can be forced into mistakes.
||The Cowboys are capable of bringing plenty of pressure, and Russell Wilson is still a rookie. Dez Bryant in the return game doesn't hurt, either.
||After licking their Monday night wounds, the Bengals limp home for a date with Brandon Weeden. That should help.
||On the bright side Oakland held firm in the red zone against the Chargers. Ryan Tannehill may not even get the Dolphins that close.
||Ryan Fitzpatrick picked up where he left off--emphasis on "pick"--and while the Bills are losing key offensive players KC is getting key defensive players back.
||josh Freeman was Captain Checkdown last week, a skill that will come in handy against the relentless Giants pass rush.
||Keeping Sam Bradford in check at home hardly suggests the Lions are ready for an improved San Francisco attack.
||The Twelfth Man always comes into play in Seattle; the Dallas o-line has enough trouble as it is holding back 11.
||The promos barely mention that either team will field a defense as Peyton Manning and Matt Ryan exchange pleasantries and touchdown passes.
||Christian Ponder was pick-free at home against the Jags; pressure from Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney presents a new challenge for Matt Kalil & Co.
||San Diego's defense gave Oakland all kinds of problems, and they'll get either a banged up Jake Locker or backup Matt Hasselbeck.
||After facing Brandon Weeden last week the Eagles may not be ready for a legit quarterback--which is exactly what Joe Flacco looked like in Week 1.
||Cleveland picked Michael Vick four times last week but didn't pick Andy Dalton at all last year and will be without Joe Haden here.
||The Redskins looked pretty good against Drew Brees; putting up fantasy points on Sam Bradford and a beat-up line should in theory be easier, right?
||The focus in this one will be on the offenses, though it wouldn't be a shock if Von Miller and Elvis Dumerville created some problems for the Atlanta o-line.
||Tampa Bay made Cam Newton look foolish at home, but doing the same to Eli on the road is a significantly larger hurdle.
||Buffalo's investment in their defense didn't exactly pay dividends in Week 1. No need to give them another fantasy shot here.
||The Raiders looked so bad Monday night that even the Dolphins might be able to generate some fantasy points off of them.
||The Bolts looked pretty efficient, at least between the 20s, while the Titans are still reeling from the body blows Tom Brady and the Pats delivered last week.
||The Rams gave Matthew Stafford and the Lions all they could handle--but RG3 poses a different challenge entirely.
||Patrick Peterson is dangerous, but aside from him this unit against Tom Brady feels like a dramatic mismatch.
||Cam Newton vs. Drew Brees doesn't exactly scream "defensive fantasy points" now, does it?
||Cam Newton vs. Drew Brees doesn't exactly… wait, seems like we've heard this somewhere before.
||Jacksonville's D couldn't seal the deal in Minnesota; hosting the Texans has all the makings of a bludgeoning.