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Jake Locker | TITANS
Calling RG3 owners: There's still hope!
Surrounded by breakout talent in a pass driven system under coach Ken Whisenhunt, Locker finds himself at the helm of what is arguably the most underrated offense in the NFL. Recording 266 yards and two touchdowns at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, Locker could be 2014's steal of the year if he can remain off the injury report.
Full disclosure: Locker is worth a stash in all leagues and should be considered a Top 12 QB option in Week 2 facing a vulnerable Dallas defense.
I'd take him over: Geno Smith, Ryan Tannehill, Chad Henne, Matt Cassel, Derek Anderson, EJ Manuel, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Brad Hoyer
Justin Forsett | RAVENS
Following Ray Rice's release from the Ravens on Monday, Forsett has the opportunity to become the first big ticket waiver pick-up at running back this season. Racking up 70 yards and a touchdown against the Bengals in Week 1, he's seemingly surpassed Bernard Pierce as the Week 2 starter in Baltimore against the Steelers.
Full disclosure: Forsett should be added in all leagues but dealt with patience as we seek his long-term role in the offense moving forward. While Pierce may be out of the mix for consistent first-team reps, rookie Lorenzeo Taliaferro is chomping at the bit for an opportunity as well.
I'd take him over: Jacquizz Rodgers, Antone Smith, Isaiah Crowell, Benny Cunningham, Khiry Robinson
Allen Hurns | JAGUARS
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Undrafted free-agent receiver puts up some serious fantasy production in Week 1, then never shows up again.
Kevin Ogletree, anyone?
Sounds strikingly similar and quite possible to happen - but I'm simply leaning towards the other direction.
In an offense desperate for a playmaker, Hurns shredded the Eagles for 110 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday and appeared unstoppable doing so. While the team is likely to have their fair share of 'comeback' attempts this season, Hurns could be looking at 6-9 targets per game moving forward, with or without Cecil Shorts in the lineup.
Full disclosure: Put in a claim for Hurns as your top priority heading into Week 2 even if you don't need him. In a pass-heavy league with many week-to-week options at wide receiver this season, Hurns could end up be an expendable asset to pull off a trade to fill other needs in your lineup.
I'd take him over: Rod Streater, Ricardo Lockette, Brian Quick, Chris Owusu
Austin Seferian-Jenkins | BUCCANEERS
Despite a forgettable Week 1 performance against the Panthers, Seferian-Jenkins has the potential to become the Bucs' third receiving target behind Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans before season's end. With the recent departure of tight end Tim Wright, the Bucs long-term plan involves the 6'6, 258lb Washington standout seeking more opportunities moving forward, especially in the red-zone.
Full disclosure: Waiver-wire claims are made after big games, right? Stash him as your TE2 before his big game, it won't be his last.
I'd take him over: Larry Donnell, Levine Toilolo, Niles Paul, Andrew Quarless
Ryan Succop | TITANS
Converting on all four field goal attempts in his Titans debut against the Chiefs, Succop showed signs of a potential elite kicker to watch out for in 2014. While Tennessee should move the football with ease at home against the Cowboys in Week 2, cashing in for touchdowns isn't always their strong suit.
Notables: Mike Nugent (vs. ATL), Cody Parkey (at IND), Brandon McManus (vs. KC)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers | vs. STL
Notables: OAK D/ST (vs. HOU), MIA (at BUF)