Looking for a potential sleeper to help fill out your starting lineup this week? These 10 players could be under the radar and on the verge of solid performances based on the matchups. For more lineup help, be sure to check out Start 'Em & Sit 'Em and our weekly player rankings.
Jason Campbell, QB, Raiders: Campbell opened the season with an unspectacular 10.80 fantasy points against the Titans, but he should put up better numbers this week against the Rams. If you need a quarterback in a deep league or are required to start two field generals, Campbell's favorable matchup makes him someone to consider.
Kyle Orton, QB, Broncos: Orton put up a very respectable 15 fantasy points on NFL.com last week. He'll have a chance to be even better in Week 2 against a Seahawks defense that isn't as good as it looked against the 49ers. Consider him a low-end No. 1 fantasy option in leagues with 12-plus teams. Orton landed at No. 13 in our rankings.
Michael Vick, QB, Eagles: Vick isn't your traditional "sleeper," but anyone who goes from being a backup one week to having immediate starting value the next is well worth a look. If you were lucky enough to land him off the waiver wire and lack an elite quarterback, Vick should be considered a solid option in Week 2 against the Lions.
Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, Giants: A preseason sleeper on NFL.com, Bradshaw is quickly shedding that label and becoming a solid option in fantasy leagues. He should be a starter in most formats this week against the Colts, who allowed 41.80 fantasy points to Arian Foster last week. Consider Bradshaw a No. 2 fantasy back across the board.
Peyton Hillis, RB, Browns: Hillis started ahead of Jerome Harrison and outscored him in fantasy leagues in Week 1, so he's quickly gaining steam as a potential sleeper. This week, the Mike Alstott clone goes up against a Chiefs defense that was one of the worst in the NFL against the run last season. He's a viable flex starter in Week 2.
**Brandon Jackson**, RB, Packers: The most popular waiver-wire pickup in fantasy football this week, Jackson is now Green Bay's featured back after losing Ryan Grant for the season. He's also a very solid starter this week against the Bills, who have one of the weakest defenses in the NFL. Consider Jackson a solid No. 2 fantasy back.
Danny Amendola, WR, Rams: Amendola, who I like to call Wes Welker Jr., is quickly becoming fantasy relevant in PPR leagues. He scored a solid 12 fantasy points in such formats last week and will see his share of targets against the Raiders. Amendola has added value in PPR formats that also reward points for return yards and touchdowns.
Dez Bryant, WR, Cowboys: The most talented rookie wideout in the league, Bryant was targeted 12 times and caught eight passes in his debut against the Redskins. The Cowboys will continue to try and get Bryant the football against the Bears, who's defense can be vulnerable to opposing pass attacks. He's a viable No. 3 fantasy wideout.
Malcom Floyd, WR, Chargers: Floyd was overshadowed by teammate Legedu Naanee last week, but that's no reason to bench him. In fact, he should still be considered a solid starter in all leagues based on this week's matchup against the Jaguars. Their defense allowed a combined 29 fantasy points to the Broncos wideouts in Week 1.
**Mike Williams**, WR, Buccaneers: Williams led the Buccaneers with five catches and scored a touchdown in his debut against the Browns. He's a nice flex option or third wideout in deeper leagues against the Panthers, who allowed three receiving scores in Week 1. The rookie is still a free agent in over 85 percent of NFL.com leagues.
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