Tyrod Taylor, QB, Buffalo. I believe in Tyrod Taylor! While he didn't put up huge numbers against Indy, he also didn't make any big mistakes. He wasn't even sacked once! This week, against the Patriots, Taylor could put up better numbers. The Patriots have some good tools on defense, but they also have a lot of holes. Taylor could have a nice week.
Eric Ebron, TE, Detroit. Ebron had a great game week 1, and may finally be finding his stride in the NFL. His level of production won't remain as high as it was last week (there's no way Ebron leads Detroit in targets every week), but Ebron is still looking like a decent option if needed. This could be the start of a good season for him.
Tyler Eifert, TE, Cincinnati. Eifert had a breakout game in week 1. He's finally healthy, and he's finally the undisputed #1 TE in Cincinnati. He had a huge game week 1 (outperforming all tight ends other than Gronk), and while I don't expect that level of production from him this week, he could still have a solid game against the Chargers. Worth a start if needed.
Heath Miller, TE, Pittsburgh. last week I predicted that Miller would have his highest reception total of the season in either week 1 or week 2. Last week, Miller had 8 receptions for 84 yards, and might have another big week this week. His production will slow as guys return to the Pittsburgh offense, but for now, he's a nice plug-and-play.
Pierre Garcon, WR, Washington. Someone in your league already has Garcon most likely. If they don't, add him now. He'll be the WR 1 in a Washington offense that will have to throw the ball regularly to stay in games. Highly recommended.
Donte Moncrief, WR, Indianapolis. Moncrief came in with 6 catches, 46 yards week 1, and TY Hilton is dinged up. This means that Moncrief will see an increase in targets this week. He was hyped as a sleeper heading into the season, and is starting to produce already. Pick him up and use him if needed!
Terrance Williams, WR, Dallas. With Dez Bryant injured, if Williams is available in your league, go get him. He'll take over WR1 duties in Dallas, and could put up WR2 or WR3 numbers for your fantasy team.
Rueben Randle, WR, NY Giants. I recommended Randle last week as well, and he was a mild disappointment (I hit on most of the players I recommended, so bear with me). Cruz should miss this week again, making Randle the #2 WR in the offense once again. He still has the potential for a big week if you need to roll the dice on somebody.
David Johnson, RB, Arizona. With Andre Ellington injured, someone is going to have to pick up the slack in Arizona. Chris Johnson may start, but David Johnson has shown off some explosiveness with a 55 yard touchdown reception week 1. Johnson is worth a flex start if you're in need of help.
Bishop Sankey, RB, Tennessee. Sankey had a huge week 1 performance for Tennessee. Yes, this was against a struggling Tampa Bay unit, but the Bucs have a better defense than they often get credit for. Sankey could finally be finding his rhythm, and could be a nice flex option. Just be aware that Sankey is still a gamble given his inconsistency last season.
DeAngelo Williams, RB, Pittsburgh. I'm starting Williams again this week following his performance against the Patriots. He had an outstanding game week 1, and should have one last solid performance against the 49ers. He won't likely replicate last week's statline, but should still put up some decent numbers.
Danny Woodhead, RB, San Diego. I suggested Woodhead last week, and he had a huge game. The Bengals defense looked solid last week against the Raiders, but did give up two receiving touchdowns to fullback Marcel Reece. Woodhead will be used heavily in the passing game, so he could be a nice start against Cincinnati.
St. Louis Rams Defense. The Rams get one of the best matchups of the entire week when they face the Washington Redskins. The Rams defense is dominant as it is, and against an anemic offense such as Washington's, expect the Rams defensive unit to put up some great numbers. Well worth starting.
Baltimore Ravens Defense. The Bengals just destroyed the Raiders, injuring Derek Carr's hand in the process. While Carr will likely play in week 2, the Raiders offense needs lots of work. Baltimore's defense should perform well against Oakland this week.
Extra points, a couple of guys worth a grab-and-stash:
Marcus Mariota, QB, Tennessee. You've heard about his first game by now. Is he for real? Was last week a fluke? Grab him, play him if needed, but better yet, keep him on your bench for a week or two. Someone will trade for him if nothing else.
James Jones, WR, Green Bay. Jones is a guy that will be worth starting throughout this season. His two touchdown performance week 1 proves this. That being said, I don't quite trust him against the Seattle defense. He's going to have a decent season, but he might struggle this week.
Percy Harvin, WR, Buffalo. Is Percy Harvin finally getting back to form, or was last week's performance a fluke? Harvin caught 5 passes (out of 5 targets) for 79 yards and a touchdown. If he's available in your league, stash him now. He showed some nice chemistry with Taylor, and could be useable down the stretch as long as he stays healthy.
Hope this helps, and good luck this week!