Julius Thomas, Denver Broncos
If he isn't picked up by now, then something is wrong with your league.
Thomas was the biggest fantasy football surprise this week, catching two touchdown passes for 110 receiving yards. Everyone knows that Peyton Manning loves throwing to his tight ends and it is clear that Thomas is the Broncos' No.1 tight end.
Do not think this game was a fluke.
Thomas is a great athlete and is on his way to becoming a top-five fantasy tight end.
Kellen Winslow, New York Jets
A Jets quarterback that can throw?
Could it be for real?
Geno Smith had a promising rookie debut, throwing for over 250 yards and leading the Jets on a game-winning drive to end the game. Though the Jets offense is still one of the weaker units in the NFL, expect Winslow to step up as Smith's go-to receiver.
Winslow was terrific yesterday, catching seven passes for 79 yards and a touchdown.
Winslow has proven in the past that he can be one of the better tight ends in the NFL, and I expect this season to be a bounce-back year for him. Look for him and Smith to develop a great chemistry and for Winslow to be targeted close to 10 times per game.