Tom Brady versus BUF. Brady come back to the football scene to face the Buffalo Bills on MNF. And though the Bills maintain a pretty solid youthful defensive unit, in the end, it won’t matter.
Tom Brady will aim good from the start and effortlessly top the three hundred yard plateau with a minimum of 3 touchdowns. The Brady to Moss connection ought to be in entire effect under the sharp lights and he tops this week’s QB |fantasy ranks.
Drew Brees versus the Lions. during his time in Tennessee, Jim Schwartz worked wonders for the franchise’s defense; Sorry to say, he wasn’t able to bring his athletes along to the Lions since while they should be improved, they’ll prove no competition for Brees and the Saints explosive offense. Expect Brees to rip this secondary apart and to effortlessly eclipse the 300-yard level with three touchdowns.
Phillip Rivers against Oakland. The Raiders secondary is in fact one of their strong points, however superstar cornerback, Nnamdi Asomugha, is out with an injury although he proclaims he will be back in time for week 1.
Nonetheless, the Chargers are a team that’s based around the passing game and expect Rivers to exploit his WRs and TE, in addition to Sproles on dumps out of the back field, to eclipse 250 yds with a minimum of three touchdowns.
Carson Palmer against the Broncos. Not a thing has happened in the spring and summer months to imply the Denver Broncos will be any better on defense in ’09. Still, the Cincinnati players possess a nice offense and currently have Carson Palmer playing once again, who missed most of the 2008 season with an injury.
The acquisition of Laveranues Coles gives them a talented trio of receivers, and Chad Ochocinco is encouraged once for a second time. Look for a large day from Palmer with 250 yards and two to three TDs.
Joe Flacco against Kansas City Chiefs. While Baltimore’s estimated to be more of a rush offense this season, the Chiefs are weak as far as defense goes. And Flacco will have several chances to attack through the air and find his TE and receivers in favorable match-ups. A nice dream sleeper if your frequent starter has a poor game.