With just one week in the books, it's hard to really say we are seeing trends. Even things that seem like trends (like, say Peyton Manning throwing for seven touchdowns) sometimes might not be.
Still, we can take a longer look at the games and parse some important information with what we see.
Before we get into the week's "starts" and "sits," we should remember that now is not the time to panic. Just because a player did badly or surprisingly well does not mean you have to toss out your roster and scrap your draft.
No, patience is key. Sure, make some changes with the end of your bench—but don't go bonkers.
It's one week. Save the panic for a little later in the season.
Now, on to this week's players you have to have in your lineup and those you'd better avoid.