Jamal Lewis - Cleveland's offense had to play catch up most of the game and as a result, Lewis posted modest numbers (76 total yards, 0 TD's). However, he did show that he still is a powerful runner and that the wear and tear of eight seasons in the league has yet to take its toll on him. He averaged almost five yards a carry and, in my opinion, is on track to duplicate last season's numbers as soon as he gets his usual twenty touches a game. If you can't pry him from his owner's hands, you may have more luck next week, as Lewis faces another tough match-up this week against Pittsburgh.
Santonio Holmes- As high-powered as the Steelers offense was on Sunday, it seemed like a fluke that Holmes only had two receptions while Willie Parker and Hines Ward combined for 31 touches and 5 TD's. If Pittsburgh's offense continues to run on all cylinders, Santonio will have a breakout season.
Chad Johnson, Marques Colston, and Braylon Edwards: All three receivers are at the top of their position and all three could come at a very cheap price this week.
Selvin Young- Sure, 36 yards and a touchdown doesn't usually count as "high," but Selvin's garbage time TD did make him more productive than a slew of other RB's during Week 1. Hopefully you can dump him off on an unsuspecting owner who (unconscionably) didn't watch the game. Monday night's game confirmed our darkest fears: that Mike Shanahan is still Mike Shanahan.
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