Generally speaking, there aren't many surprises at the quarterback position week in and week out. Aaron Rodgers has consistently led the charge and he's been flanked by usual suspects like Tom Brady and Drew Brees.
With the exception of Rodgers, who has a bye week, my guess is that not much is going to change in Week 8. The list of the week's high-scoring quarterbacks will be chock-full of names we know and love.
However, don't be surprised if the three guys listed below earn prominent placement on said list. They're not typically viewed as some of the better fantasy quarterbacks, but they might just score big in Week 8.
3. Matt Hasselbeck, Tennessee Titans
But the end is far from nigh for Hasselbeck. He still has gas left in his tank and he should get to expend some of it against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
As you may recall, the Colts were last seen giving up 325 yards passing and five touchdowns to Drew Brees. That's not a typical performance against the Colts, but they did give up four touchdowns to Matt Cassel not too long ago.
In short, a matchup against the Colts is a perfect excuse for Hasselbeck to bounce back. Don't be surprised when he does.
2. Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens
Yes, Joe Flacco. The same Joe Flacco who was last seen at the head of the worst offensive performance the world has seen since the late Cretaceous Period.
This is because the Cardinals couldn't defend the pass if their lives depended on it. They rank 28th in the league against the pass and were last seen giving up three touchdown passes to Ben Roethlisberger.
In addition to Big Ben, the Cardinals have also been conquered by Eli Manning and Cam Newton. Flacco could be next in line.
Shoot, he almost needs to be next in line. Otherwise, haters gonna keep hating.
1. Eli Manning, New York Giants
Over or under 300 yards passing for Eli Manning against the Dolphins?
My guess is that there will be no reason at all to hate Manning after he takes care of the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. We're probably all aware of how awful the Dolphins are, and they can definitely be beaten through the air. Tim Tebow wasn't able to do it, but pretty much every other quarterback who has faced the Dolphins this year has done well against them.
So who knows? Sunday's contest could be one of those rare days in which Eli looks like his older brother. They do happen every now and again, you know.