Michael Vick #7 of the Philadelphia Eagles rushes during a...

Michael Vick #7 of the Philadelphia Eagles rushes during a game against the Green Bay Packers. (Sept. 12, 2010) Credit: Getty Images

The fantasy football landscape has already changed tremendously after just one week. The best advice is to not panic. Even if your quarterback tandem is Kevin Kolb and Matthew Stafford, it isn't over. If you own Matt Schaub, Mike Sims-Walker, Michael Turner, Andre Johnson, or Ray Rice, there's no need to overreact. Don't make a rash trade. Here are some good plays in Week 2:

Michael Vick (Eagles, QB): Vick will start in place of Kolb (concussion) against the Lions and it will be interesting to see if Vick can seize the job. He has a great matchup against a secondary that isn't very good. The Lions' front seven is improved, but Vick should be dangerous on the turf in Detroit. He passed for 175 yards and a TD and rushed for 103 yards last week. One thing's for sure - the speed is back.

Jamaal Charles (Chiefs, RB): It doesn't matter if Charles isn't in the starting lineup. He is clearly better than Thomas Jones and if coach Todd Haley wants to win. Charles has to get more touches. On 11 carries, he had 92 yards, including a 56-yard TD run Monday night.

Ahmad Bradshaw (Giants, RB): Did you see what Arian Foster did to the Colts defense last week? Bradshaw will get his chance to shine and the Colts will be without safety Bob Sanders.

Brandon Jackson (Packers, RB): The hottest waiver wire pickup of the week gets a juicy matchup against the Bills. Normally, it's best to wait and see how Jackson fares now that teams will get to game plan for him, but the Bills defense is in dire straits. The Bills will be without stud linebacker Paul Posluszny.

Jonathan Stewart (Panthers, RB): A lot of owners may have trepidation playing Stewart after he had just five carries for 12 yards. He didn't play in the preseason and the Panthers fell behind the Giants and had to throw too much. That will change this week against the Bucs. Stewart has rushed for more than 100 yards against the Bucs in three straight. Expect at least 10-15 touches which makes for a good flex play.

Dez Bryant (Cowboys, WR): Bryant was targeted 12 times last week, including several on the final drive of the game. Tony Romo already has faith in him and the Bears secondary is vulnerable.

Danny Amendola (Rams, WR): Amendola was targeted nine times last week and hauled in six catches for 67 yards. Sure, Mark Clayton had 10 catches last week, but expect Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha to guard Clayton most of the time making Amendola a good play in PPR leagues.

Visanthe Shiancoe (Vikings, TE): The Vikings only have four wide receivers on the roster and Brett Favre has a good rapport with Shiancoe. He will get a lot of targets this week against the Dolphins.