1. Peyton Manning; Averaging 300 yards and 2 TDs per game. Same ol', same ol'.
2. Carson Palmer; The battle for the top QB will continue again. Much like 2005.
3. Tom Brady; He is everyones #3 right now and he should finish that way.
4. Marc Bulger; Protection now a concern w/ Pace out
5. Drew Brees; Don't fret: #'s have been spotty, but he's at 42 pass attempts per
1. Ladainian Tomlinson; Hasnt been normal YET but should get back on track. He is still producing big numbers.
2. Steven Jackson; OLine injuries hurt him so far but if he gets this injury out of the way, he wont be down for long.
3. Joseph Addai; So far, so good. He is tied for Frank Gore in my league (points wise).
4. Shaun Alexander; He is searching for that goal-line and I wouldnt be surpriced to see 16-20 TDs.
5. Frank Gore; He hasnt busted out just yet but last years achilles heel (TDs) is no more.
1. Steve Smith; No. 1 fantasy WR simply uncoverable
2. Chad Johnson; No. 2 fantasy WR is in serious zone (19 yards per catch, 3 TDs)
3. Terrell Owens; Now has 15 TDs in past 14 regular season games
4. Randy Moss; No. 3 fantasy WR has caught 17 of 18 targets
5. Torry Holt; Like Moss, making looks count (13 catches, 16 looks, 2 TDs)
1. Antonio Gates; The best thing going in the SDG offense right now (16, 184, 2)
2. Jason Witten; He's taking over Terry Glen's slack in a BIG way.
3. Kellen Winslow; Braylon and himself are the prime targets for Anderson (271 yards in 3 games...)
4. Dallas Clark; He's gained 48, 69, and 58 yards in their three games, as well as 2 TDs.
5. Ben Watson; Catching a lot of TD passes. He could score 10 TDs this year, as crazy as that sounds.
1. Adam Vinatieri; Who else? With Indy he racks up the PAT and has 8 FGs as well.
2. Jeff Reed; Actually is higher than AV in points but you cant crown him champ yet.
3. Matt Sover; I figured him to be a bust... boy was I wrong.
4. David Akers; Getting the chip-ins. He has no FGs over 40 yards.
5. Nick Folk; Who? Nick Who? I know it, but this guy in 2nd in PAT and has 6 FGs to that.
1. Pittsburgh; Leads league in fewest points allowed.
2. Minnesota; Yeah, I know that they give up pass yards but these guys have 11 sacks, 5 INTs, 3 fum recoveries, and 3 TDs.
3. New England; They have shut down good offenses (Jets, SanDiego, Soon to be Cincy)
4. Jacksonville; 2nd in fewest points allowed, and we all know that is the main stat.
5. Tampa Bay; Who knew? They've COMPLETELY shut down St. Louis and New Orleans.
You disagree? Good.