With one week of NFL action in the books, fantasy football owners finally have a small sample size to base their future lineups on.
That doesn't mean it will be any easier to pick 'em in Week 2.
Continue to start quarterbacks Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and the better Manning brother, as if there were any questions. Tony Romo impressed in the league's season opener, so stick with him. And how about that Matt Ryan having the highest quarterback rating in Week 1?
Darren McFadden's prospects of dominating fantasy leagues is even more promising now that he appears to be Carson Palmer's go-to receiver. While Arian Foster and Le'Sean McCoy surprised no one with their output, backs like CJ Spiller, Doug Martin and Alfred Morris thoroughly impressed.
Now that Stephen Hill and Kevin Ogletree have been claimed in just about every fantasy league after big performances last week, questions still remain about other wide receivers who will emerge in Week 2.
Such is the allure of fantasy football.
Now begs the question of who to sit in Week 2. Here are some easy answers.