Start 'em if you got 'em
QB Cam Newton: This should be a no-brainer, but this is here just in case you are hesitant after he struggled in Week 1. The Se ahawks are a lot better than the Bills on defense.
QB Tony Romo: Some might be scared off by bruised ribs, Dez Bryant's injured foot, and playing a KC defense that pitched a shutout last week (the safety shouldn't count against them). But Romo is fine, he barely looked Dez's way on Sunday night and still put up big numbers, and the Chiefs' big day came against Jacksonville for cripe's sake.
RBs Maurice Jones-Drew and Darren McFadden: I mentioned them both in the intro as part of the Jaguars-Raiders tilt, but if you own either, this is the week to play them. Neither defense is very good and both teams will likely lean on their respective running games. Use these two while they are still healthy.
RB Eddie Lacy: Ran hard and overcame a fumble against stout San Francisco defense, he'll have his way with 'Skins, who were torched by Philly's runners.
RB DeAngelo Williams: With no competition for touches and a surprisingly strong effort against Seattle, DeAngelo could play like it's 2009 versus Buffalo.
WR Pierre Garcon: Posted a quiet 7-64-0 line in week 1, should blow up versus Green Bay's sieve-like secondary in Week 2.
WR Mike Wallace: After grumbling about 1 catch for 5 yards in week 1, expect Miami's $60 million man to get a lot more looks versus Indy.
WR Eric Decker: Was the odd-man out on Thursday night, but still got looks. Expect a better game from him against soft Giants secondary.TE Jordan Cameron: He was targeted more than any tight end in the league last week and you saw what Julius Thomas did to the Ravens secondary.