Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 300 yards against the Patriots in both meetings last season, and so he has throw at least 2 TDs in every game.
Christian Ponder is getting better every week. The Lions are decent against the run and will key on Adrian Peterson which will halt the pass rush, and give Ponder room to operate against a weak secondary.
Kevin Kolb threw for 222 yards and a pair of TDs against a good Eagles secondary. This week he’s at home against the Dolphins, and they rank in the bottom 5 against the pass.
Cedric Benson should get the rock at home, especially against the Saints’ worst defense in football.
Benjarvis Green-Ellis should balance out the Bengals offense this week. Jacksonville is one of the worst defenses, especially against the run.
Daniel Thomas could find some holes in the Cardinals defense. They are better against the pass than they are the run, and he should continue last week’s production after replacing the injured Reggie Bush.
Randy Moss should get more snaps this week after being limited against the Vikings. Coach Harbaugh is all about the mind games, and the Jets won’t have Darrelle Revis, with Antonio Cromartie most likely covering Michael Crabtree.
Denarius Moore was the guy Carson Palmer went to last season. He’s been getting back into form and will start seeing double digit targets in the absence of Darrius Heyward-Bey.
Greg Little will be the top option by default this Thursday against the Ravens, since Mohamed Massaquoi will be sidelined. On top of that, Baltimore gives up some of the most points to receivers.
Brandon Myers should be salivating to play the Broncos, they have given up a TD to tight ends every week thus far.
Owen Daniels should rack up the yardage against the Titans with a TD. Tennessee is one of the weakest defenses, with Arian Foster and Andre Johnson making him the unsung hero.
Kyle Rudolph is getting better every week just like teammate Christian Ponder. These 2 should connect early and often against the Lions, and most likely a score.