Aaron Rodgers: For Packer fans and Rodgers owners, today is a little better. The reigning MVP passed for 338 yards and six touchdowns. You heard me right, six scores.
Jordy Nelson: Nelson heard the complaints. 9 catches for 121 yards and three touchdowns. That is what fantasy owners had become accustomed to last season. Welcome back Mr. Nelson.
Robert Griffin III: Talk about a fantasy point machine. RGIII is everything Michael Vick isn't. Want impact? How about 182 yards passing and a touchdown and 138 yards on the ground and two scores. All of this coming on the heels of a concussion.
Shonn Greene: Green put on his big boy pants and put on a rushing clinic against Indy; 32 carries for 161 yards and three scores. Too bad he was only started by 39 percent of his owners.
Russell Wilson: Unshackled, Wilson put up great fantasy numbers 293 yards and three touchdowns. An obvious match-up starter, Wilson produced points when given the opportunity against the Patriots.
LeSean McCoy: I love shady, but don't love his game right now. 14 carries for 22 yards isn't gonna get the job done.
Mark Sanchez: Mark Sanchez would make a better vacuum cleaner salesman than an NFL quarterback. He provides plenty of suck and blow to go around. Sure he threw for two touchdowns but his 82 yards is ridiculous. Pushing Hoovers might be a better options at this point.
Reggie Bush: Bush put up a stinker against St. Louis, which proves something although we're not entirely sure what. He only carried 12 times pounding out a whopping 17 yards. He did catch five passes for 44 yards in the win over the Rams.
Michael Turner: Turner owners, give a guy a break would ya? He is still tired from his 171 combo yard performance two weeks ago. 11 carries for 33 yards os what you get this week.
Alex Smith: If Alex Smith would like to be considered among the NFL elite, he needs to avoid games like yesterday. 19-for-30 for 200 yards is middle of the road, but no touchdowns and three interceptions is enough to send owners to the waiver wire.