Trent Edwards, QB, Buffalo Bills

He didn’t take any shots deep against New England, but look for that to change against Tampa Bay. With T.O. and Lee Evans, Trent Edwards should be able to stretch the defense. He has great a safety valve in Fred Jackson, when he can’t hit his wides.


Leon Washington, RB, New York Jets

Fred Jackson was able to do some damage in the passing game last week. Look for Leon Washington to do the same as the New York Jets try to keep it simple for Mark Sanchez. Bill Belichick is known for trying to confuse young quarterbacks, though.


Larry Johnson, RB, Kansas City Chiefs

The Oakland Raiders' defense looked great, but playing on the road should be a little tougher. Darren Sproles may have looked better overall than LaDainian Tomlinson, but LT still ran the ball better. Larry Johnson should have some success.


Steve Smith, WR, New York Giants

I have a feeling that this game is going to be a shootout. It’s hard to predict who will score the New York Giants’ passing TD's, but Steve Smith should get plenty of targets and have a respectable amount of receiving yards.


Nate Burleson, WR, Seattle Seahawks

T.J. Houshmandzadeh and John Carlson will garner the attention, allowing Nate Burleson to have another nice game. San Fran allowed Arizona's No. 2 WR Jerheme Urban to go for 74 yards last week.


Todd Heap, TE, Baltimore Ravens

Tight ends pretty much had their way with San Diego last year. The trend continued this year as Zach Miller had a great game in Week One. Of course, Oakland has limited weapons, but Todd Heap is still a solid play this week. He’s coming off of a big game of his own.


Shaun Suisham, K, Washington Redskins

Shaun Suisham gets to take on St. Louis at home. St. Louis got smoked last week, but allowed just four PAT's. I’m guessing Washington sputters a time or two in field goal range, which should lead to a multiple FG game for Suisham.