Each week, TSN. Custom Memphis Grizzlies Jerseys .ca takes a look at the top available players in fantasy football ahead of the weekly waiver deadline. Quarterbacks Jake Locker, Tennesee Titans (vs. Dallas) Last Week: 22-33, 266 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs Depending on your league, Locker may already be on another teams bench, but he – and the rest of the Titans – looked good in beating what should be a strong Kansas City team and finishing in the Top 5 at his position. Ive always been a fan of Lockers game, save for his inability to stay healthy, but while hes on the field he may be a good option for a team looking for a QB. More good news: he plays Dallas brutal defence at home in Week 2. EJ Manuel, Buffalo Bills (vs. Miami) Last Week: 16-22, 173 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT; 19 rushing yards, 1 TD This is a more desperate move than Locker, but Manuel did finish just outside the Top 10 at his position in Week 1. His value appears tied to his rushing ability. If Manuel can manage some yards on the ground and, better yet, a rushing TD like last week, hell be valuable. But you certainly cant count on that every week and Manuels weekly rank should drop off moving forward. Running Backs Darren Sproles, Philadelphia Eagles (at Indianapolis) Last Week: 11 carries, 71 yards, 1 TD; 4 receptions, 14 yards Sproles could easily be taken in your league, but he came into the year ranked in the 40s at running back, so theres at least a chance hes still available. Sproles is a backup running back that racks up fantasy points, its that simple. He proved right away being behind LeSean McCoy wont hinder him as much as some feared. Justin Forsett, Baltimore Ravens (vs. Pittsburgh) Last Week: 11 carries, 70 yards, 1 TD; 5 receptions, 14 yards The Ravens were quick to replace Bernard Pierce with Forsett as lead back in the (now permanent) absence of Ray Rice. I dont believe the journeyman Forsett will hold that role all season but while he has it, hes a decent RB2 option for a needy-team. Terrence West, Cleveland Browns (vs. New Orleans) Last Week: 16 carries, 100 yards With Ben Tate injured, it appears West will get first crack at replacing him. West impressed in Week 1 after a weak pre-season and should be owned. The Browns could have a very good run game this year with all three backs to receive significant carries averaging more than six yards per carry against the Steelers. If you dont want to get in the West bidding wars, Isaiah Crowell, who looked good in scoring two touchdowns in Week 1, is worth a look as well. Wide Receivers Kelvin Benjamin, Carolina Panthers (vs. Detroit) Last Week: 6 receptions, 92 yards, 1 TD I was high on Benjamin in the preseason and he showed in Week 1 he very much could become this years Keenan Allen. Working with backup QB Derek Anderson, Benjamin put up a borderline WR1 performance. That isnt likely to change when Cam Newton returns to the helm in Carolina next week; the rookie receiver and QB developed quick chemistry this preseason. Steve Smith, Baltimore Ravens (vs. Pittsburgh) Last Week: 7 receptions, 118 yards, 1 TD Smith is a gamer. He was a gamer in Carolina and it appears hes still a gamer now that hes in Baltimore. Most of the veterans points that pushed him to a WR1 performance in Week 1 were off an 80-yard reception, but he led the league in targets the first week of the season. While he may not have the big plays every week, it appears hell get more than enough work to put up solid performances moving forward. Allen Hurns, Jacksonville Jaguars (at Washington) Last Week: 4 receptions, 110 yards, 2 TDs I dont know who he is either, but he had a massive Week 1 for the Jaguars and the roughly 1% of fantasy teams that owned him. That number is sure to go up next week, but there are a couple reasons to be weary: hes still a Jaguar, and they arent likely to be scoring much points this year, and he only caught four of his nine targets, which could lead QB Chad Henne to look elsewhere in the future. Greg Jennings, Minnesota Vikings (vs. New England) Last Week: 6 receptions, 58 yards, 1 TD Jennings was owned a lot more at this time last year than he is now, but after a disappointing first year in Minnesota, fantasy players werent so quick to bite. While Cordarrelle Patterson had more points in Week 1, many were gained through rushing yards and Jennings finished with more targets against the Rams. Plus the Vikings passing attack could be potent enough to warrant both receivers being owned. Tight Ends Dwayne Allen, Indianapolis Colts (vs. Philadelphia) Last Week: 4 receptions, 64 yards, 1 TD Allen was a bit of a forgotten man after losing a lot of time to injury last year. But the former first round pick, now healthy, put up a strong game against the Broncos in Week 1. The only thing preventing Allen from becoming a bona fide TE1 is teammate Coby Fleener, who actually got more targets than Allen in Week 1. Fleener is not a good tight end however, and once the Colts finally recognize that Allens targets and numbers should improve. Earl Watson Jersey . The 27-year-old hit .209 in 86 at-bats last year after missing the 2010 season following surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder. Bruno Caboclo Jersey . Kyle Shanahan was hired as offensive co-ordinator Monday after spending the previous four years in the same role with the Washington Redskins. ARLINGTON, Va. -- As if he knew the question was coming, Alex Ovechkin smiled when asked what his new coach wants him to work on. "On back-check?" Ovechkin said. Another season, another chance to find out whether one of the leagues most talented goal-scorers can seriously help out some more on defence. The Washington Capitals opened training camp Friday with new coach Barry Trotz, who says hell work -- as other coaches have before him -- to make the three-time league MVP into a more complete player. If Day 1 is any indication, Ovechkin sounds ready to be a co-operative student. "If you want to be good," he said, "you have to work on everything." Step No. 1, as Trotz had indicated previously, is moving Ovechkin back to left wing, reversing a seismic shift under previous coach Adam Oates. Ovechkin led the NHL with 51 goals last season playing mostly on the right, but his plus-minus was minus-35, and the Capitals missed the playoffs for the first time since 2007. "Hes better on the right side a little bit defensively, but his talent is on the left side," Trotz said. "And so if Im going to maximize his talent, I need to get him on the left side. Now if he doesnt want to adjust defensively playing the left side, then well talk about maybe moving him back to the right. "The stuff that he does on the left side, theres no coach on the planet who can teach (it). If hes willing to learn, I can teach him the other stuff." Trotz has more cachet than his predecessors for making such a move. He is Washingtons fifth coach since Ovechkin entered the league in 2005, but hes the first to have head coaching experience in the NHL. Those 15 seasons with the Nashville Predators give him that extra bit of authority. "Its pretty evident he has a lot of experience," goalltender Braden Holtby said. Jae Crowder Jersey. "You can just tell the communication is very clear with what they expect out of us." Trotz made a statement right away, putting the players through a demanding series of conditioning drills that had everyone gassed. "That was one of the harder, if not the hardest, Day 1 Ive had," said 12-year veteran defenceman Brooks Orpik. Trotz said the line pairings for the first three preseason games might appear somewhat random because he wants to establish a "Capitals culture" that has everyone on the same page. Hes also created a leadership group of a half-dozen or so players to keep a close pulse on the locker room. He has said he felt, watching from afar with the Nashville Predators, that Washington was a place where "the inmates were running the asylum," and hes seeking to change that. Forward Troy Brouwer said he understands what Trotz meant. "We have to do what were told to do," Brouwer said. "And whether thats changing a role on the ice, whether thats changing a role off the ice, thats part of what we do. And maybe there hasnt been as much accountability as far as players to go to try and change." Added goaltender Braden Holtby: "Most successful teams follow their coach. Thats why a head coaching job is such a tough job because you need to get everyone to follow you. ... Our team needs to buy in. I think last year was a big eye-opener that we need to get closer as a group, and I think its already started." Last seasons disappointment cost Oates and general manager George McPhee their jobs. Ovechkin realizes that the onus is now on the players. "Its good we didnt get traded," he said with a chuckle. "Right now were on (a) target, and everybody understands that." ' ' '