Sam Bradford, Rams
Now there's why the Rams drafted Bradford with the No. 1 overall pick in 2010. The St. Louis signal caller connected on 26-of-35 passes yesterday for 310 yards and three scores in a 31-28 victory over Washington. Attributable to injuries and an inept offensive line, last season's flameout facilitated a disconcerting fantasy drop for Bradford this year, going undrafted in a majority of leagues. Blessed with a revamped receiving corps and manageable schedule, don't be shocked if Bradford finds himself as a top-10 player at his position by 2012's end.
Andy Dalton, Bengals
Unfortunately, Dalton's conquest over Cleveland (24-for-31, 318 yards, three touchdowns) will be discounted because, hey, it's Cleveland. Moreover, the Browns' top cornerback, Joe Haden, was sidelined due to a suspension. Still, such an overlook is erroneous, as Cleveland's front seven is a formidable foe, and the unit did force Michael Vick into four interceptions in Week 1. Despite wo...