We saw some huge fantasy performances across the league in Week 1.
If you were fortunate enough to have Tom Brady, or were one of the few who rolled the dice on Cam Newton, than you were probably very happy with your game's outcome in the first week.
With Week 2 rapidly approaching, all fantasy owners will be looking for the next player to plug in for injured players from Week 1 or those players that you are already ready to give up on.
Here are six guys that you may surprise in Week 2.
Devery Henderson put together a good performance Week 1 with six catches for a 100 yards and a touchdown.
You can always count on the Saints opening up the passing game and throwing the ball downfield. With No. 1 wideout Marques Colston injured, there will be more opportunities for Henderson come Week 2.
If Henderson is available in your leagues, don't hesitate to add him for Week 2.
Robert Meachem makes this list for all of the same reasons Devery Henderson does.
Meachem will be one of the top-two options in the New Orleans Saints passing attack heading in to Week 2. We all know that they are going to give Drew Brees the chance to throw the ball all over the field.
We know this offense can be effective even against the best defenses as we saw in their Week 1 game against the Packers.
Meachem will get plenty of looks, but is also a great deep threat that could translate to huge fantasy numbers.
With Steven Jackson potentially out for Week 2, Cadillac Williams will take over as the feature back for the St. Louis Rams.
Williams put together a solid performance as Jackson's replacement in Week 1 with 19 carries for 91 yards.
As long as Sam Bradford is a go, than I would consider Cadillac a great sleeper pick for Week 2.
It is hard to imagine that Rex Grossman would have any value to a fantasy team in 2011.
However, after his performance against the Giants in Week 1, he has set the bar high for his Week 2 showdown with the Arizona Cardinals.
The Cardinals allowed first-overall pick Cam Newton to throw for 422 yards against them in Week 1.
As long as Grossman isn't turning the ball over, I would expect him to find similar success.
It is likely that Grossman is available in most leagues. While I wouldn't count on him to carry you to the playoffs, he looks like a great play for Week 2.
The Cincinnati Bengals have to be one of the shallowest sources for fantasy talent in the entire league.
However, there are a few gems that can be scraped from the bottom of the pile. Jermaine Gresham is one of those gems.
Gresham had a solid game against Cleveland catching six passes for 58 yards and a touchdown.
In Week 2, the Bengals will be facing off against the Denver Broncos. The Broncos secondary played well against Jason Campbell, but it was Jason Campbell.
The Bengals don't exactly have a high-powered passing game either, but it is clear that Gresham is a target no matter who is at quarterback.
Whether the Bengals shock the Broncos or are playing from behind for most of the game, Gresham will be a target especially in the red zone.
One of the NFL's best underdogs will wrap up our sleeper list for Week 2.
Woodhead is generally undervalued because he doesn't see a lot of touches near the end zone. It is true that BenJarvus Green-Ellis will be the back getting the chance to pound the rock into the end zone every time the Patriots are that close.
Don't let this turn you away from Woodhead.
He received 14 carries against Miami racking up 69 yards in the process. Woodhead doubled the amount of carries that Green-Ellis had.
Also don't forget how big of an asset he can be in the passing game. While he was limited to only one reception against the Dolphins, Brady won't be afraid to look his way on screens or quick slants.
Woodhead has the speed and agility to break off huge plays. You know that the Patriots offense is going to move the ball and put up points.
You could do a lot worse at this point than Danny Woodhead.