QB: Blake Bortles, after absolutely destroying the Patriots last week this man right here keeps on rolling against the poor defense of the Tennessee Titans. He threw for 377 yards on an absurd 29-45 for 4 TD’s and 1 INT against the reigning AFC Champions. Even if Fournette is able to come back from that bummed hamstring. Bortles is one of the greater sleepers on the board this week.

RB: Sony Michel, even though he only rushed the ball 10 times for 34 yards Michel looks primed to be the main back in the backfield in New England. Yes, James White will more than likely vulture all third down attempts with his pass catching abilities, Michel on the other hand is primed for a big year. Coming off a knee injury to end his senior year at Georgia, Michel finished the year with over 1200 rushing yards on 7.9 yards per carry.

Kenyon Drake, Drake couldn’t be put in a better position to succeed this weekend. Against a Khalil Mack-less defense the Oakland Raiders have look defeated at most times, thru the first 2 games of the season the raiders have allowed over 300 rushing yards to opposing backs with the surprising 2-0 start by the Dolphins I wouldn’t doubt Drake is a huge part of that offense.

WR: Keenan Cole, after a masterful 7 for 116 against New England this young stud is primed to go off again. Depending on the status of Leonard Fournette he should be able to take advantage of a weak Tennessee secondary. He will more than likely be shadowed by Adoree Jackson let’s hope Doug Marrone can move him into the slot to utilize his extreme playmaking abilities.

Calvin Ridley, after being pretty much invisible for his first NFL game Ridley finally looks like he is catching up the game. With 4 catches on 64 yards and a 11-yard TD catch he tied with Julio Jones in just his second game in yardage. With a terrible the say the least Saints defense up next, we are in store for another shoot out here this week in Atlanta.

TE: Jesse James, After the arguably the best game of James life he is in another good spot to do just the same. With Pittsburg heading to Tampa Bay for a Monday night showdown we could be instore for another shootout. All that points to our guy James here having another huge night. The Tampa bay defense is nothing special and with Big Ben and company we should be in store for another close game if FitzMagic wants to reappear like he has been the first 2 games of the season.

Defense: Dallas, after a lackluster to performance in week 1 the Cowboys defense really stepped their game up against the New York Giants. Able to hold Odell Beckham Jr to only 4 catches on 51 yards for the week, which is an accomplishment for any team. Even though Eli checked down a lot to his tight end and running back the Cowboy’s secondary held its own this weekend. What we really need to admire is the work up front the Cowboys did amassing 6 sacks and only limiting rookie phenom Saquon Barkley to 28 yards on 11 carries.