The 2010 NFL season is still fairly young, and it seems that the starting quarterback position isn't as secure as it used to be.
Quarterbacks that found themselves leading their teams all offseason and training camp long are now riding the bench.
The following players are five quarterbacks that you can expect to stay in their starting roles and have explosive weeks.
Week 5 Opponent: Kansas City Chiefs (Home)
Coming off a tough loss in Jacksonville last week, Peyton Manning and company return home to Indianapolis to face a so far good, but truly weak, Kansas City defense that has yet to be exposed.
Peyton will be the one to do this in Week 5, likely to throw over an impressive 350 yards against a team that's been effective at stopping the run.
Although the Colts lost last week, Manning had a fairly good game besides the one interception. He threw 33-of-46 for 352 yards and two touchdowns. With production like this you would think the end result would be a win. Either way, in terms of fantasy football he had a successful week other than the one pick.
Don't forget to start Peyton Manning this week because he will be sure to light up the scoreboard.
Week 5 Opponent: Detroit Lions (Away)
The rookie Sam Bradford was somewhat forced into the spotlight as a young athlete, but he is beginning to adjust and show great signs of potential.
Bradford still hasn't thrown for over 300 yards, and he still hasn't had a game in which he didn't throw a pick, but this week I believe he'll do both against the Lions, one of the worst defenses in the league this season.
Not many Fantasy Football owners have Bradford on their rosters, but after Week 5 that will change. If you're smart, you'll do it now.
Week 5 Opponent: Tennessee Titans (Home)
A struggling Cowboys team, led by Tony Romo, bounced back in Week 3 with a win after two consecutive losses in the first couple of weeks.
After a bye week, they head into a Week 5 matchup against the Tennessee Titans in Dallas.
Romo has thrown for over 280 yards in all three games but hasn't really had an outstanding performance. He is due to have a breakout game, and this week Romo will do so, giving the fans of Dallas their first home win of the season and replenishing hope of playing the Super Bowl in the same arena at the end of the season.
The Tennessee Titans defense has done a fairly good job so far this season at limiting the passing game, but Romo shouldn't have a problem.
This will be the game of the season where everything is clicking on all cylinders for Tony Romo and this Dallas Cowboys offense.
Week 5 Opponent: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Home)
After a phenomenal performance by Carson Palmer last week, it seems as if the Bengals offense is beginning to take form.
The Bengals have so many weapons that Palmer needs to realize that some weeks, when only one receiver is open for the majority of the game, you need to get it to that player.
That is exactly what he did last week with Terrell Owens. The duo connected on 10 occasions for 222 yards. Sure the Bengals lost, but Palmer's 371 yards, two TDs, 121.4 QB rating, and zero INTs are sure valuable in fantasy points.
In Week 5 Palmer and the Bengals are playing only their second game at home, with their first being a big win against the Baltimore Ravens.
Expect a big game from the arm of Palmer, which will get TO and Chad Ochocinco many touches and chances to live up to the expectations of Batman and Robin.
Week 5 Opponent: Washington Redskins (Away)
ATTENTION: IF YOU HAVE AARON RODGERS, START HIM OVER ANYBODY.
Aaron Rodgers is going to have a dominating game and put up extremely good numbers in terms of fantasy football.
Rodgers still hasn't had a terrific game this season, and against the 31st-ranked passing defense of the Redskins, this will be that game.
The Redskins give up an embarrassing 305 yards per game. It looks like Rodgers will have a field day out there with this Redskins defense.
Expect over 300 yards and four touchdowns.