Demetric Felton, RB/Slot, Cleveland Browns
The 5,'9" rookie out of UCLA showed what he could do last week when snagged a short pass from QB Baker Mayfield and weaved his way to an electric 33-yard TD.
Moving forward, Felton is expected to get reps at slot with WR Jarvis Landry on IR with a knee injury.
Cleveland's head coach, Kevin Stefanski, said he's excited about Felton, who adds yet another weapon to the team's loaded offensive arsenal.
Najee Harris, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers
Despite playing behind a mediocre offensive line, the 6', 2", 230-pound Harris has looked good in the Steelers' first two games.
In week two, he put up solid numbers, rushing for 38 yards on 10 carries and collecting another 43 receiving yards on five catches, good for 81 total yards.
Elusive, strong and sure-handed, the former Alabama standout figures to deliver the same - or even better - numbers as the season progresses.
Quintez Cephus, WR, Detroit Lions
In his second year out of Wisconsin, the 6', 1". 208-pound Cephus racked up 63 yards on 4 catches in Week 2 versus the Packers.
Moreover, he has two TD's on a total of 7 catches.
His reliability is making him one of QB Jared Goff's favorite targets, and, with WR Tyrell Williams out with a concussion, he figures to be targeted more in coming games.
Jamaal Williams, RB, Detroit Lions
Suffice it to say the former Green Bay Packer is hungry to show what he can do with the Lions.
So far this season, the 6', 224-pound Williams has amassed 79 yards on 16 carries, good for a 4.9-yard average. He's also caught 11 balls for 68 yards.
Right now, he's the next option behind D'Andre Swift. Williams will continue to get reps, and will get even more if the fragile Swift gets injured.
Byron Pringle, WR, Kansas City Chiefs
All Pringle does is produce when he gets the chance to play.
A prime example is Week 2, where he recorded two catches for 63 yards and a TD against the Ravens.
If he continues to make the most of his offensive snaps - he took 11 against Baltimore - he will get more. And if he continues to be productive - which is likely - he will move up the depth chart to get more playing time.