After my pitiful week 3 results, it is time to climb back on the horse.
QB: Marc Bulger should get the wheels on the Rams passing game as Detroit comes to St. Louis.
For our no-brainer of the week, Donovon McNabb looks super sweet against Green Bay's lousy pass defense on Monday night.
RB: Ronnie Brown should look like Earl Campbell against Houston.
Speaking of great Texas running backs, how about Julius Jones against Tennessee this week? Maybe Jones isn't great, but he should look like it this week.
WR: Chris Chambers should get more than a few looks from Daunte Culpepper against the woeful Texans.
Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce should be able to break into the end zone against Detroit's gasless secondary.
Do I need to tell you Donte' Stallworth will score big against Green Bay?
TE: Speaking of Green Bay, how about L.J. Smith? Against the Pack, L.J. looks like a nice play this week.
This may sound like a no-brainer pick, but Tony Gonzalez doesn't set the NFL on fire any more (12 catches, 88 yards, 1 td after two games this year). However, he should be able to burn the 49ers.
K: Buffalo's Rian Lindell has quietly gone 6/6 this year. Expect Minnesota's bend-but-don't-break defense to give Lindell a few more opportunities.
The Eagles should put up a ton of points against the Packers, including field goals. David Akers should shine.
DEFENSE/SPECIAL TEAMS: The Lions will sleep among the Lambs this week. At least the Lions offense will, which should allow the Rams to notch a nice defensive performance.
Da Bears at home against the Shaun Alexander-less Seahawks? This could get ugly.