This is pretty easy imo:
Look for Pittsburgh to bounce-back in a HUGE way against SEA, the Steelers' unfortunate future whipping boy whom Blitzburgh will undoubtedly take their aggression out on in a "statement" type game; mendenhall SHOULD be a big part of what the Steelers attempt to do offensively, and we already know what Mendy is capable of when PITT has the lead or is in a close game (1 score ahead/behind). Rashard IS STILL Pittsburgh's bell-cow and that won't change any time soon, I'm predicting that they take the SeaHags out behind the wood-shed and give them an old-fashioned ass-whipping.
With SJax side-lined, I like Caddy's chances at hitting paydirt and gaining somewhere in the 75-100yd realm, a feat that Hightower was able to achieve in an emotional week 1 victory against the G-Men, a defense that is STILL hurting with a mediocre secondary (no Prince) and a depleated pass-rush (No Osi or Tuck yet, at least). The new-look Rams no employ that spread patriot-style offensive scheme, and assuming Bradford is healthy and will play on MNF, Caddy looks like the Ram's main ball-carrier in an improving offense...
...meanwhile, Starks still plays for GB, a pass-first offense, and an offense that is attempting to ease veteran RB Ryan Grant BACK INTO the flow; Starks will at best share carries with Grant, and eventhough I believe that Starks will end up with main RB duties by mid-October (or perhaps sooner), it's just too early to give Starks the nod over Mendy or Caddy, especially this week.
*Big $$$ 10 tm, H2H Hyper-performance/Milestone keeper league:
QB-RB-RB-WR-WR-WR-TE-K-D/ST + several other options/*-starters
*AP,*Hillis, BGE,T.Jones, Gerhart
*Roddy,*Manningham,*S.Johnson, Lloyd, Knox, B.Gibson
*Bryant (12 dome games!)
*Green Bay D/ST, DET D/ST