Matt Schaub - Texans
414 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
Who knew? Schaub comes back after missing four games due to injury and absolutely torches the Packers secondary. What's even scarier is that his day could have been even better if not for Owen Daniels costly fumble in the end zone. Next week he gets the Titans and the Texans should immediately return to being the team that can't get out of its own way.
Peyton Manning- Colts
277 yards, 3 TD
Now that is the Peyton Manning we've been waiting for.
He took advantage of a great matchup and decimated the inferior Bengals. But how does Reggie Wayne not find the end zone in this affair? He finished with a pedestrian 48 yds as Manning hooked up with Anthony Gonzalez, Marvin Harrison and Dallas Clark. Manning, take a hike.
Brian Westbrook - Eagles
203 total yards, 2 TD
This is what's most frustrating about fantasy football. They didn't even know if Westbrook would suit up, let alone find any kind of success against the Giants defense. Some of you even debated whether or not to start him in the comments section last week. I really hoped you did, otherwise enjoy the off-season.
Chris Johnson - Titans
136 yards, TD
Could we just avoid wasting any more time and declare this the best rookie running back draft class ever? Or at least the past twenty years? Johnson can get to the edge faster than any player in the league right now and once he squares his shoulders and turns up field, you can forget about it.
Brandon Marshall - Broncos
11 recs, 91 yards, 2 TD
Well, it's about time Brandon. How is it that you fail to do this every week?
Kevin Walter - Texans
6 recs, 146 yards, 1 TD
I really blew it advising most of you not to play Walter, but come on. Did you really see this one coming?
Tony Romo - Cowboys
210 yards, TD, 3 INT
Got straight up owned by the Pittsburgh defense. That touchdown was pretty incredible, but then again, could just have easily of been an interception.
Larry Johnson - Chiefs