This is an article from the Sept. 24, 2007 issue
Panthers AT Falcons
Bouncing back from a shaky 2006, he's thrown for three TDs in each of his first two games. Don't be impressed by Atlanta's solid stats against the pass; this year the Falcons have only faced fantasy lightweights David Garrard and Tarvaris Jackson.
Browns at Raiders
Brady Quinn will watch in a baseball cap as the unheralded Anderson follows up his five-TD performance in Week 2. The third-year player will challenge an Oakland defense that allowed 558 passing yards in the first two weeks.
Buccaneers vs. Rams
He's averaging just 3.4 yards, but Tampa's air attack is getting him goal line carries, and the St. Louis run D is lousy.
Raiders vs. Browns
Jordan has run for 100 yards in both starts against Cleveland--whose defense has allowed 100-yard runners in both games this year.
Texans vs. Colts
The fragile 30-year-old's 71-yard day against Carolina was abbreviated to keep him fresh for this division game.
Colts at Texans
He has caught Peyton Manning's eye this year (nine receptions in two games), and, more important, he has a good track record against Houston. Clark has four touchdowns in five games against the Texans; he also had one of his three career 100-yard games against them.
Steelers vs. 49ers
Quiet in last week's blowout of the Bills (five catches, 55 yards), Ward tends to play big against better competition. The 2-0 Niners allowed 368 passing yards in St.¬†Louis.
Saints vs. Titans
Colston's late TD against the Bucs in Week 2 was a good omen for winless New Orleans as it heads into what will be a charged home opener on Monday night.
Seahawks vs. Bengals
Branch and his fellow Seattle receivers will be licking their chops after watching film of Cincinnati's hapless defensive effort against the Browns.
Bengals at Seahawks
No need to worry about his hip, which he proved is healthy seven times in Cleveland. Even if they're one at a time, the points will come against Seattle.
Vikings AT Chiefs
The Vikes will feast on whichever QB K.C. offers up, and also on a Chiefs coverage unit that surrendered two special teams TDs (one negated by penalty) to Chicago last week.
QB Matt Schaub Texans, QB Vince Young Titans, RB Thomas Jones Jets, WR Braylon Edwards Browns, Dolphins defense