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Pierre Garcon, Washington Football Team
Last week was predictably tough for the Washington offense, even though the team was up against a soft Philadelphia defense. That's because Robert Griffin III was seeing his first game action since injuring his knee back in January.
He did heat up late in the game, but the biggest beneficiary of the near comeback was Leonard Hankerson, much to everyone's surprise.
Pierre Garcon gets a crack at another soft defense this week when Washington travels to Green Bay to meet with the Casey Hayward-less Packers.
Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions
The stat line from Week 1 was rather deceptive for Calvin Johnson.
He almost scored twice, one time having a touchdown called back because Johnson apparently has to hang on to the ball until he gets on the team bus after the game for it to count.
Johnson goes up against a pretty good cornerback in Patrick Peterson this week, but if anyone is matchup-proof, it's Megatron. He will bounce back.
Mike Wallace, Miami Dolphins
Despite winning handily on the road, Mike Wallace was unhappy last week. That's because he only had one catch for 15 yards.
You can expect that will change soon, and the Colts are the team to help him rectify the situation. Perhaps Vontae Davis will be motivated to perform well against his former team, but he has never quite lived up to that first-round status.