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Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm
1Manning, Peyton DEN1027As Wes Welker advances through the league's concussion protocol between now and Denver's opener, you have to like the fantasy upside for Peyton that his presence in the lineup would mean. Even in the event Welker is inactive though, hosting the Colts defense isn't exactly a daunting task. Count on several passing touchdowns from the future Hall of Famer, to kick things off.
2Brees, Drew NOS1024Brees is a must-start as always. He should easily carve up a Falcons secondary that surrendered an average of 258 passing yards and 1.9 touchdown passes per contest in 2013.
3Luck, Andrew IND1024You can expect Luck to throw it a ton during his Sunday night duel against Peyton Manning and the high-flying Denver offense. Start Luck with confidence.
4Stafford, Matthew DET2022The Giants defense will pose a test, but Stafford will be up to the task. A dynamic duo at running back helps out the passing game.
5Kaepernick, Colin SFO1022Rumblings about the offensive struggles are starting to become louder. A week one matchup versus a porous Dallas defense will change that. This offense will go through Kaepernick and not the running game as many believe. It's his time to step up and get this team over the hump.
6Brady, Tom NEP1021A healthy Gronkowski and Dobson will help Brady's cause. Brady did have one of his better performances last season at Miami.
7Palmer, Carson ARI1021The biggest thing he needs is to have an effective running game. He has a fantastic trio of wide receivers but is most dangerous in a balanced offense. He's a serviceable fill in but you're playing with fire using him as a weekly starter.
8Cutler, Jay CHI1021A soft match up and a dynamic due of Marshall and Jeffery translate into plenty of fantasy points to open up the season
9Ryan, Matt ATL1021Since the Falcons have a shaky rushing attack and a shoddy defense that has no chance to stop the high-powered Saints offense, Ryan will have to throw it a ton. The vastly improved New Orleans defense allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks last season, but Ryan still should rack up a solid fantasy QB1 outing thanks to some high-volume passing.
10Newton, Cam CAR1021Newton (ankle, rib) is banged up. The fourth-year pro is dealing with pain in his surgically repaired ankle and a hairline rib fracture in his back. The Panthers insist he will be ready for Week 1, but it sounds like Newton's ability to play will come down to how much pain he can tolerate. If you also factor in Carolina's retooled receiver corps that lacks playmakers and experience, and a Tampa Bay defense that likely will be way more aggressive under new head coach Lovie Smith, Newton looks like a very shaky fantasy play this week.
11Foles, Nick PHI1021Foles has the opportunity to completely embarrass the Jaguars to open the season and start a new touchdown to interception record. He's a top five start in week one.
12Wilson, Russell SEA1021Starting his 3rd year it's obvious the reins are off when it comes to play calling. He has been extremely efficient and has his number one weapon in Percy Harvin. He isn't going to light up a fantasy scoreboard but he's good enough to plug in and count on.
13Thomas, Demaryius DEN0021Although Eric Decker will be missed in this offense, Demaryius is poised to benefit from an increase in targets downfield. Vontae Davis, Greg Toler and Darius Butler are decent enough, but have another thing coming if they intend to shut Denver's primary receiving weapon down.
14Romo, Tony DAL1020After an offseason full of question marks and doubt, Romo is set to start in week one. His back surgery seems to be coming along well after taking hits in week three of the preseason and not suffering a set back. His touchdown pass on the sideline to Dez Bryant in his first preseason game eased a lot of worry as well. With Williams, Bryant, and Witten, Romo should pick up right where he left off. San Fran isn't in the defensive shape they were last season making Romo a low end QB1 start in week one.
15Smith, Alex KCC1020Not that he was lighting the world on fire, but Dwayne Bowe being absent from the lineup tears the top off Smith's upside as a fantasy quarterback. Despite transitioning to a different defensive scheme and Alterraun Verner departing via free agency, Tennessee poses a formidable challenge for Alex.
16Rodgers, Aaron GBP1020A tough match up against the Seattle defense, an opening week victory will depend on the success of the passing game so Rodgers will end up with plenty of fantasy points.
17Roethlisberger, Ben PIT1020Roethlisberger has made a living feasting on the Browns defense for years. 2 qb league owners, start with confidence,
18Tannehill, Ryan MIA1020If Tannehill and Wallace can get on the same page Tannehill will build upon last years success.
19Smith, Geno NYJ1020Smith has the starting quarterback job locked up. He has a favorable match up week against Oakland.
20Gronkowski, Rob NEP0020Current reports have Gronkowski returning to action week 1. As always check his injury status for week 1 prior to starting.
21Graham, Jimmy NOS0020Drew Brees' favorite target is a must-play. Graham has scored in three of his last four games against the Falcons.
22Green, A.J. CIN0020Green is the reason Dalton got paid, it's usually the qb that makes the receiver, but there are exceptions to every rule.
23Rivers, Philip SDC1019Picks up where he left off last season, when Rivers revitalized his career with the installment of Mike McCoy's much more balanced system. Doesn't hurt that Malcolm Floyd is healthy, Keenan Allen's more experienced, and both tight ends are excellent pass catchers.
24Dalton, Andy CIN2019He's missing his number two target from last year and has a coaching staff trying to get the ball out of his hands more often. Last year was a mirage, don't start him,
25Manning, Eli NYG1018The only thing playing in Manning's favor is the defensive matchup. Eli should have gone undrafted in most 12 team 1 QB leagues. His preseason has been terrible and there are way too many questions to trust him in week one. If you're going with Eli this week, your draft went terribly wrong.
26Flacco, Joe BAL1018You probably have to start him in two qb leagues, but that should be it.
27Griffin III, Robert WAS1018Tough call on Griffin as he's looked terrible in the preseason. Houston's defense is healthy and Clowney and Watt are coming full boar. Griffin could be in for a harder matchup than most are expecting. Temper expectations to limit disappointment.
28Peterson, Adrian MIN0118One of the best at his position, even battling through an eight man front he will excel this week.
29Charles, Jamaal KCC0018More often than one might think, games are won or lost depending on whether Jamaal Charles is featured in your lineup or that of your opponent. For all the nuance inherent to fantasy football, sometimes the reality is as simple as that. The minor foot injury Charles suffered in training camp prompted an early exit from live preseason action, but will have no bearing on Week 1.
30Forte, Matt CHI0017The Bears balanced attack will translate into plenty of running room for Forte. Cutler will also have him involved in the passing game, fortifying him as one of the top fantasy producers.
31McCoy, LeSean PHI0017
32Thomas, Julius DEN0017Has proven to be quite the matchup nightmare for opposing defenses, when healthy. Clearly in line for an expanded role going forward, which fantasy owners are drafting him early in anticipation of.
33Henne, Chad JAC1016Rookie first-round pick Blake Bortles outplayed him during the preseason, but Henne still draws the Week 1 start. Why? The Jaguars are sticking to their plan of not rushing Bortles into the starting lineup until they think he's truly ready. It's hard to like Henne as a fantasy starter on the road against an improving Eagles defense with a thin and inexperienced receiver corps (Cecil Shorts is nursing a hamstring injury).
34Hill, Shaun STL1015The loss of Sam Bradford doesn't automatically doom the Rams. Jeff Fisher wants to run the ball and play great defense. Shaun Hill is a veteran backup with decent offensive weapons who is fully capable of being the dreaded game manager.
35Carr, Derek ROAK1015Held off Matt McGloin for the backup job with relative ease. It's only a matter of time until Carr takes over as the starter, which Matt Schaub has done little to seize despite the team trading for and investing guaranteed money in him. Of note: Carr finished out the preseason slate with a bang, playing his best football to date.
36Gore, Frank SFO0015Despite his age and workload, Gore remains a solid play on a weekly basis based upon Santa Clara's committment to the run. It's a similar situation to Seattle and Marshawn Lynch. He'll receive a few less carries but is still the goal line back making him a very reliable RB2.
37Bush, Reggie DET0015A split back situation is in the cards this year as it will likely be Joique Bell getting the call, especially at the goal line. Bush's value will be in the passing game, a bonus for those PPR leagues.
38Lynch, Marshawn SEA0015There were plenty of off field distractions that pushed Lynch down draft boards. He'll still be running hard and producing now that it counts. His carries may drop a bit to keep him fresh for the whole season but he's one of the few workhorses left so you start him regardless.
39Ball, Montee DEN0015Although its personnel was bolstered with the signing of D'Qwell Jackson in the offseason, the Colts run defense remains vulnerable. With a healthier O-line blocking for him and Knowshon Moreno having moved on, Montee is up for the task. Don't be surprised when this team executes more balance offensively.
40Johnson, Calvin DET0015Double and even triple coverage will not slow him down.
41Fitzpatrick, Ryan HOU1014Although the Texans offense sputtered under a struggling Fitzpatrick during the preseason, the 10th-year pro will get the Week 1 starting nod since he is the most experienced passer on the Houston roster. Since the Texans likely will lean on their rushing attack this week, you should consider 'FitzMagic' a decent play as a low-end No. 2 fantasy quarterback versus a soft Washington defense that yielded an average of 258.4 passing yards and 1.8 touchdown passes per game last season.
42Manuel, E.J. BUF1014Manuel has struggled in preseason games. He also has been missing his new rookie wide receiver Watkins who has been nursing a rib injury.
43Jackson, Fred BUF0014Jackson won't see as many carries as Spiller but he will see action in the passing game. He is also projected to be the goal line running back.
44Foster, Arian HOU0014Nursing a lingering case of 'anti-awesomeness,' Foster (hamstring) sat out Houston's first three preseason contests, but the team insists he'll be ready to go in Week 1. Assuming Foster is a full-go, he would be a strong play versus a Washington defense that surrendered the seventh-most fantasy points to opposing running backs last season. Double check Foster's playing status before you insert him into your starting lineup.
45Gerhart, Toby JAC0014Jacksonville's new three-down workhorse running back draws a challenging matchup against an improving Philadelphia defense that allowed 84.8 rushing yards and 0.7 rushing touchdowns per game last season. Since the Jaguars likely will fall behind and have to throwing heavily in catch-up mode, Gerhart won't have a big rushing day, but he should catch some passes. Gerhart is a weak play as a No. 2 fantasy running back.
46Tate, Ben CLE0014If the Browns game plan works they will run some more. Whatever they need to do to keep the ball out of the air. This isn't the Steelers defense of old, so there is a quality number two play here.
47Murray, DeMarco DAL0014With Navarro Bowman out for the first six week and Aldon Smith suspended, the San Fran defense is not as prolific as they were last season. Romo is back from surgery but the offense will likely lean on Murray more in the beginning of the year to keep Romo from getting reinjured. Murray could see a ton of touches in week one.
48Stacy, Zac STL0014He finished strong last year (except at Seattle) and is expected to be the workhorse. There will be added pressure as teams load the box challenging the passing game to beat them.
49Bell, Le'Veon PIT0014Bell looks slimmer and is moving better. You drafted him to start him and there is no reason to bench him given the opponent.
50Lacy, Eddie GBP0014The running will be very tough this week, but with little competition at the position, Lacy will get the bulk of the work for Green Bay.
Rank Name Team Passing Rushing Receiving Bonus Fantasy
Yards TDs Ints Yards TDs Rec Yards TDs 100Gm