QB: Sam Bradford, Rams
One may question how a quarterback that came out on the business end of a 24-3 thumping merits this distinction, but the former Heisman winner showed signs of life for the first time this season. Although he failed to find the end zone, Bradford tossed for 321 yards and completed 63.6 percent of his passes in Sunday's loss (the St. Louis signal caller's previous best was a 56.7 conversion rate in Week 1.) With a manageable slate ahead (Dallas, New Orleans, Cleveland and two games against Arizona and Seattle), owners should feel safe starting Bradford.
QB: Josh Freeman, Buccaneers
Along with Bradford, Freeman was one of the most disappointing fantasy field generals in the early going, entering Sunday's contest with more turnovers (six interceptions) than touchdowns (three passing, two rushing). Freeman alleviated some of this apprehension by submitting a 300-yard performance with two touchdowns in Tampa's 26-20 victory over N...