You might not have heard this expression previously, but the NFL is a quarterback league. It's true. There are so many good quarterbacks available right now, it's crazy. There are just about five quarterbacks you can't play anymore.
Honestly, with Michael Vick crushing it and Eli Manning having a huge week, we now have the deepest quarterback pool ever. That's why I feel for my man Eric Young of the Animal Planet, who started Brandon Weeden last week. But don't fret, there are good guys available.
Like Matt Schaub, who has a great matchup against the Tennessee Titans this week. Schaub has thrown 17 touchdown passes with just two turnovers in eight career starts against Tennessee. In fact, he's had at least two touchdown passes in seven consecutive starts against the Titans and just one interception in eight games.
Now, here are the rest of Rank's 11.
Terrelle Pryor, QB, Oakland Raiders: He was the leading rusher in the NFL after Sunday's games. He's going to be a strictly matchup-based quarterback but he has a good one this week against the Jaguars. Jacksonville allowed four rushing touchdowns to quarterbacks in 2012, good for third-most in the NFL.
Bryce Brown, RB, Philadelphia Eagles: This team is going to run, as evidenced by the 49 rush attempts against the Redskins in Week 1. Brown had just nine attempts on Monday, but there is no way they can keep up this pace with LeSean McCoy. Brown will end up being a viable flex option soon.
Pierre Thomas, RB, New Orleans Saints: We still don't have clarity in the Saints' running game. But Thomas has a rushing touchdown in two of his last three games against the Buccaneers. In fact, the Saints have had five rushing touchdowns in their last four visits to Tampa Bay.
Harry Douglas, WR, Atlanta Falcons: Roddy White has one of the most-worrisome injuries in all of football, the dreaded high-ankle sprain. If White doesn't practice this week, that will mean more targets for Douglas.
Marlon Brown, WR, Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens threw an NFL-high 66 attempts in Week 1 against the Broncos. If the Ravens continue at this pace, Brown is going to be a guy to go after. He had four receptions for 65 yards and a touchdown in Week 1.
Kenny Stills, WR, New Orleans Saints: This was your leading receiver for the Saints in Week 1. That's right, it was Stills! The Saints have torched the Bucs in their last four visits to Tampa Bay, as they have thrown 11 touchdown passes in the last four meetings.
Brent Celek, TE, Philadelphia Eagles: We said during the preseason that if you missed out during the great "tight end run" in your fantasy draft, don't panic because you can find value everywhere. And here's Celek who scored last week. Now he's going up against the Chargers who allowed three touchdowns to tight ends last year.
Chiefs D/ST: I ended up with the Chiefs last week because everybody took my advice and added the Bucs (going against the Jets) or Colts (going against the Raiders). The Chiefs weren't a bad option with 23 points against the Jaguars. This matchup would normally be bad, with the Cowboys. But Tony Romo is hurt. Dez Bryant is hurt. And the Chiefs are going to be good this week. We will talk later about the Chiefs' Week 3 game against the Eagles.
Raiders D/ST: This is pretty much just a play against the Jags, who weren't very good in Week 1.
Did you know that Adam Rank won last year's Expert's League title? Oh that's right, it's like the only thing he ever talks about. Well congratulations, Rank. You finally did something. What have you done for us lately? Let's worry about 2013 and stop living in the past. Typical Lakers fan, am I right? Oh, if you found this useful (as if) check him out on the latest "Dave Dameshek Football Program". And follow him on Twitter, please. He's taking us to lunch if he gets 17 more Twitter followers today. And we only got 15 the last time, so step up fantasy enthusiasts!