David Garrard, QB, Jaguars: He becomes the starter after Byron Leftwich was cut. Garrard had 10 TDs and nine picks last year, and also ran for a career-high 250 yards. His running ability will give him some value, but it's hard to rely on his passing game with such a mess at wide receiver, and the fact that he's got two very good running backs carrying the load.
LenDale White, RB, Titans: It took him a little longer than expected, but White has emerged as a favorite to start for Tennessee after running for 109 yards in the last two preseason games. Chris Brown has also played well to keep himself in contention, while rookie Chris Henry is further down the depth chart.
Brandon Jackson, RB, Packers: The rookie got the starting job almost by default with Vernand Morency hurt most of the preseason and Noah Herron going on IR with a knee injury. Morency will get his looks, but Jackson appears the main man.
Selvin Young, RB, Broncos: Vince Young's former teammate at Texas seems to have zoomed ahead of Mike Bell and Cecil Sapp as the No. 2 back behind Travis Henry, as Mike Shanahan once again makes a winner of an undrafted free agent (like Bell last year). And you know that those lowly regarded guys can make a splash once the season begins, so keep an eye on him.
Kenton Keith, RB, Colts: The CFL veteran is officially the No. 2 guy behind Joseph Addai after DeDe Dorsey was cut. Something to note for handcuffing purposes. The Colts probably will still look for a backup, but Keith is the guy for now.
James Jones, WR, Packers: One of the bigger surprises from Green Bay camp, the rookie wideout has become the No. 3 guy and could see lots of action this week with Donald Driver's status still up in the air.
Jacoby Jones, WR, Texans: The 6-2 rookie finished the preseason with 11 catches for 129 yards and two scores, plus a punt return for a score. He's really pushing Kevin Walter for playing time next to Andre Johnson and could move into a starting job sooner rather than later.
Nick Folk, K, Cowboys: With Martin Gramatica going on IR with a groin injury, the rookie from Arizona takes over the starting job for Dallas. He might be worth having with Dallas' offense in front of him, but only if lots of other more stable options are available.
Mason Crosby, K, Packers: This strong-legged rookie from Colorado beat Dave Rayner for the kicking duties, but you can find other options.
Matt Prater, K, Falcons: He beat out Billy Cundiff for the kicking duties here, but you really don't want him with Atlanta's offense a big question mark.
Byron Leftwich, QB: He lost his starting job and then a roster spot with the Jags thanks to a poor preseason. He could get picked up somewhere, but you don't want him now.
Reuben Droughns, RB, Giants: While he still might get some carries behind Brandon Jacobs, the fact that he's seeing time back at fullback isn't a good sign for fantasy value.
Mike Bell, RB, Broncos: With Selvin Young's emergence, Bell is being looked at as a fullback now as well. A bad sign for fantasy purposes. There are also some trade rumblings around Bell.
Torry Holt, WR, Rams: Admitting that his knee wasn't fully healed isn't a good sign for the veteran wideout. That could open up more balls for Isaac Bruce, Drew Bennett and even Steven Jackson.
Randy Moss, WR, Patriots: A hamstring injury slowed him down all preseason, and he might not be ready for Week 1. However, at least he did make the roster, contrary to some reports. But veteran Reche Caldwell was cut, opening up more looks for Donte Stallworth and Wes Welker.
Martin Gramatica, K, Cowboys: He was in a tough battle with Nick Folk for the kicking job all summer, and then he landed on IR with a groin injury, ending his season.