The game flow should favor the Falcons' run game, which of course is a good spot for Freeman. We'll have to see if there's been much change in roles between himself and Tevin Coleman, but for now I feel safe in having Freeman as a top-10 back.
If we knew the Browns could hang with the Steelers at home, Crowell would be a strong start, but as it is he has some risk due to game flow killing his rushing attempts. He's good enough to be useful even in bad game flow if Hue Jackson uses him like he wants to.
Cooper should take a step forward this season, but until we see it, I'm going to keep him and Michael Crabtree relatively close in the rankings. This matchup should be a good one for both of Oakland's receivers, but they do have trouble both putting up good fantasy numbers together.
Bryant is always a touchdown threat, but with Ezekiel Elliott playing and the Giants' pass defense being one of the best in the league, we have to be wary. Last season, Bryant was shut down by this Giants team, but I'm still not willing to knock him too far down.
Hunt will be the lead back and should see enough work to be a solid start, but the Patriots are tough to run on, which is boosted by game flow, as they get out to leads and push opponents to throw the ball.