Steelers VS. Bills Big Ben showed that he's back in pre-2006 form, throwing TDsto four receivers against the Browns. Now Roethlisberger returns home to faceBuffalo, which lost three defensive starters on Sunday: FS Ko Simpson, CB JasonWebster and LB Coy Wire.
Packers AT Giants In his last four games against the G-Men, Favre has seven TDsand only one interception. And New York, which gave up 45 points to the Cowboysin Week 1, will be without DE Osi Umenyiora because of a knee injury.
Vikings at Lions In his debut he gained 163 yards from scrimmage, with a TD.Chester Taylor's hip injury clears the way for another big day in Detroit.
Falcons at Jaguars The unlikely duo of Chris Brown and LenDale White ran up 241yards on the Jags. Dunn and Jerious Norwood will similarly excel.
Bills at Steelers The rookie didn't just look like an every-down back againstDenver; he looked like an every-week starter.
Browns vs. Bengals K2 answered questions about his right knee, surgicallyrepaired during the off-season, by catching four passes for a team-high 83yards in Week¬†1. Offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski will now look toWinslow more often and hope to end his 10-game TD drought.
Texans AT Panthers Johnson is set to thrive now that he has a QB, Matt Schaub,who's able to stay on his feet. In Week 1 Johnson had 142 yards, including acareer-best 77-yard TD.
Patriots vs. Chargers In his New England debut Moss seemed to have found thefountain of motivation. With Tom Brady going to him, Moss returns to his statusas an every-week starter.
Lions vs. Vikings Furrey's precise routes make him deadly in single coverage,which he'll see often as Minnesota tries to muscle Detroit WRs Roy Williams andCalvin Johnson.
49ers at Rams Expect decent scoring at least; the NFC West rivals have averageda combined 41.8 points in their last four games. Nedney has 13 FGs in sevenstarts against St. Louis.
They looked vulnerable against the run in Week 1, but the Jaguars will pressureFalcons QB Joey Harrington all day--which usually results in interceptions.
also start TEDesmond Clark Bears, QB Matt Hasselbeck Seahawks, RB Deuce McAllister Saints,WR Hines Ward Steelers
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