With the first NFL Sunday in the books, fantasy owners everywhere are either in love with their teams or looking to make drastic changes. Don't worry, it is only one week. There are still 16 weeks left in the season.
However, if you have a major dud on your roster, say Zach Sudfeld, you may want to look to replace him.
Here are the best fantasy football pickups at each position for NFL Week 2.
Terrelle Pryor, Oakland Raiders
What are the chances that the leading rusher in the NFL after Sunday's games was going to be a quarterback?
Pryor did just that this weekend, running for over 100 yards while also throwing for 217 yards.
He isn't going to rack up many touchdown passes, but Pryor's mobility makes him a great backup quarterback. Expect him to continue to produce numbers like this weekly. Since his days at Ohio State, Pryor has shown he is one of the most athletic quarterbacks and can easily record at least 250 total yards per week.
Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills
For all of those fantasy owners who thought that Jackson was done for—think again.
Jackson showed he is still very much involved in the Bills offense, recording over 100 total yards (67 rushing, 41 receiving). Jackson also had nearly as many touches (17) as C.J. Spiller (22). If you can still get Jackson, he could end up being a sleeper flex play throughout the season, assuming he gets nearly 15 touches per game.
Joique Bell, Detroit Lions
Reggie Bush owners, go pick up Bell right now.
I know you are probably still busy screaming at Bell for taking all of Bush's red-zone carries, but he will make a great handcuff. Bell only had 11 touches, but he proved yesterday that he is going to be the Lions' goal-line back.
Also, you cannot trust that Bush is going to stay healthy all season.
If Bush goes down, Bell will become the Lions' starting running back and will make a legit No. 2 fantasy back.
Andre Roberts, Arizona Cardinals
With all the hype surrounding Michael Floyd this offseason, it seemed that Roberts went undrafted in most fantasy leagues.
If you are in need of more depth at the receiver position for your fantasy team, go and get Roberts. He was targeted nine times yesterday by Carson Palmer and finished the game with eight receptions for 97 yards.
With the Cardinals being a pass-heavy offense, expect Roberts to continue to be targeted a significant amount.
Marlon Brown, Baltimore Ravens
After Torrey Smith, the Ravens have some serious trouble at the receiver position.
Despite being blown out by the Denver Broncos this past week, undrafted rookie Marlon Brown showed some promise. Brown finished the game with 65 yards and a touchdown and is going to take over for Jacoby Jones, who is out with an injury.
If teams are going to continue to double-team Smith, then Flacco is going to have to find another receiver to target and Brown is going to have to step up.
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.