So, with week two of the fantasy football season drawing to a close tonight, it's time to start looking at making some waiver wire claims.
You know the guys I'm talking about; the ones who, despite performing better than most options on teams' rosters, still find themselves sitting on the waiver wire.
These 10 players are owned in less that 50 percent of leagues, but how long that will last is anyone's guess. In other words, you'd better hurry to snap them up as quickly as possible.
The Titans' defense was a sorry unit in 2009 due to injuries and poor play.
But so far this year, the Titans have looked pretty solid against a couple of teams expected to do well.
Granted, Oakland turned out to be terrible and Pittsburgh was without their top two quarterbacks for most of the game, but points are points, and from a defense, you should take them where you can get them.
The Tennessee pass rush is back to being scary, and they should be able to hang with a Giants' offense that looked downright awful this week.
More and more people are jumping on the Bernard Scott Express week after week and with good reason.
Scott has looked like the best back in Cincinnati thus far, while Cedric Benson continues to underwhelm us with his performances.
Scott is the third down back in Cincinnati, and he's got big play potential. If Benson continues to struggle, don't be surprised to see Scott take over as the every down back.
At the very least, he's a handcuff requirement, although how much longer you'll be able to get him remains to be seen.
Moeaki was another one of those highly drafted rookie tight ends, going in the third round of this year's draft. Kansas City struggles to throw the ball with any consistent success, but with Moeaki they found a big, reliable target.
He's not going to get you a ton of points, given how seldom the Chiefs throw, but he's an excellent backup candidate.
While Tampa Bay will not, in all likelihood, continue to have the kind of success they've had in the first two weeks of the season, Josh Freeman will.
He's a big, strong kid, with good instincts and decision making skills. He's also got good mobility and has put up 35 points in the first two weeks. He's a perfect backup option, and one who's available in most leagues.
Williams had yet another big week against Carolina, putting him squarely in the Buccaneers' top receiver slot.
He's the best young wideout we've seen this year, and he's still available. While he'll probably have some ups and downs, he's still going to put up strong numbers as the top wideout in Tampa.
Walter has continued his recent trend of following up mediocre weeks with huge ones. He's widely available, even more so than teammate Jacoby Jones, who's not a starter.
Walter's a perfect slot receiver and even if he loses his job, don't expect his numbers to falter too much. Play him in the even numbered weeks, and you'll be just fine.
Vince young looked really, really bad against the Steelers on Sunday.
But, despite both of his quarterbacks struggling, Washington managed to score a second touchdown catch.
This is where his value lies; he's a deep threat who loves to score touchdowns and have big days. He won't add a ton in PPR leagues, but if you're getting points for yards and scores, you're in great shape with him.
Add to that the fact that he's available in most leagues, and you've a gem of a waiver claim.
On the surface, it looks like Heap returned to Earth Sunday against Cincinnati.
But then you remember that no one in the Ravens' passing game had that great of a performance, so comparatively, Heap was pretty solid.
As long as he's healthy, the big man is one of the more talented tight ends in football. Ride him till he gets hurt, but when he does, be ready to cut bait for greener pastures.
I said it last week, and I'll say it again this week: Mark Clayton is the best wide receiver in St. Louis.
That means, when the Rams throw the ball, Sam Bradford's probable target is Clayton. This means lots of points, even when defenses key on him. Yet, he's widely available.
Murphy is the most consistent receiver in Oakland, and he had a huge week two, going off for 91 yards and a score.
He's not the biggest guy, but he's fast and has decent hands, both things that should make him a good target for Jason Campbell all season long.
Expect his ownership levels to take a big jump this week.