CAN'T MISS: Adrian Peterson. He'll torch Indy's defense.

SLEEPER: Damon Huard. Anyone can throw on the Raiders.

NOT THIS WEEK: Michael Turner. No one runs on Bucs.

FREE AGENT PICKUP: Matt Cassel. Get him if it isn't too late.

Sure hands: Get him on my fantasy team! Former BYU defensive end Ryan Denney caught a touchdown pass in one of the more memorable plays of Week 1. The score came on a fake punt play.

Steelers (1-0) at Browns (0-1)

NBC, 6:15 p.m.

The Steelers have won nine straight against the Browns and haven't lost in Cleveland since 2000. The average margin of victory in their past four games there is 22 points.

Prediction: Steelers, 31-9

Bears (1-0) at Panthers (1-0)

Fox, 11 a.m.

Each of these teams is coming off victories against two of the favorites in the AFC (Bears-Colts, Panthers-Chargers). But the Bears victory against Indianapolis should carry an asterisk — Peyton Manning was rusty.

Prediction: Panthers, 17-13

Colts (0-1) at Vikings (0-1)

CBS, 11 a.m.

The Colts haven't played in Minnesota in 11 years, which would explain why the Vikings have won the past five home meetings. When was the last time the Colts started 0-2?

Prediction: Vikings, 31-28

Chargers (0-1) at Broncos (1-0)

CBS, 2:15 p.m.

Shawne Merriman is gone, and so might the Chargers' season with a loss to Denver, which has won the past eight home openers. The Broncos have a new weapon: rookie WR Eddie Royal.

Prediction: Broncos, 31-28

Eagles (1-0) at Cowboys (1-0)

ESPN, Monday, 8:15 p.m.

The Eagles won the last meeting in Dallas with both teams scoring a combined 16 points. They might have that many on the board with six minutes remaining in the first quarter.

Prediction: Cowboys, 34-30