Aside from the obvious elitist in fantasy football, the majority of players aren't a lock to put up sick numbers each week.
Take Peyton Manning, for example.
The football world was uncertain about him before he took down the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1. It was a miraculous performance after having sat out so long, to say the least.
Then Manning had about as rough of a start to any game as a quarterback can have on Monday.
It simply goes to show that there will be players who don't perform up to standards. However, there are also those capable of getting the job done.
So let's get to it and check out some stocks as we head into Week 3.