Cam Newton, Panthers
Two interceptions and just four yards rushing had fantasy owners shaking their heads in Week 1. Don't panic; Newton is a must-start against a Saints team that was shredded by the 2012 version of Newton last Sunday.
Robert Griffin III, Redskins
The above mentioned quarterback is obviously Griffin III, but he's got a big task in Week 2. Jeff Fisher and Jim Fassel could find a game plan to slow RG3 down.
If he passes this test, the sky is the limit for his 2012 season. Start him unless you have one of the other quarterbacks on this list.
Tom Brady, Patriots
There's things to like about the Cardinals defense, but Brady against an overmatched team across the board? Who is also flying cross-country for an early afternoon game? He's the top fantasy quarterback for Week 2.
Drew Brees, Saints
The Saints offense was just a little off in Week 1, but Brees still managed over 300 yards and three scores against the Redskins. While he won't be playing on the fast track in New Orleans, Brees did throw for over 700 yards and seven touchdowns in two games against Carolina in 2011.
Sleeper: Andrew Luck, Colts
Blaine Gabbert had little trouble in find yards (260) and scores (two) against the Vikings defense in Week 1. At home, with Week 1 behind him, Luck can do better in each category.