WR Steve Smith: Right now, Smith looks like mid-2000s Steve Smith. He's a must-start in a flex spot — (and perhaps as a WR2, too) — even if he draws the attention of Vontae Davis for the most part.
RB Justin Forsett: The Colts give up a 104.8 rushing yards per game, which does put them in upper half of the league. However, Forsett has been the one to touch the ball more so early on. He's also been featured in the receiving game. For now, he's the running back to roll with on this offense.
K Justin Tucker: Duh.
RB Bernard Pierce: Don't roll the dice on Pierce this week. However, don't discount him for the rest of the year.
WR Torrey Smith: You're starting to get the feeling that the younger Smith is more of a complimentary part to this offense right now.
QB Joe Flacco: This could be a high-scoring affair with both Flacco and Andrew Luck going for a lot of yards. Flacco's been efficient thus far and has seven touchdowns to two interceptions. If you need a quarterback, he's not a bad option.
RB Lorenzo Taliaferro: He's come in and got his yards the past two weeks. He's also the go-to guy in goal-line situations. Be careful when making this decision, though it could pay off.
TE Owen Daniels: With Flacco possibly airing it out a bit this week, Daniels could see a high volume of targets.