C.J. Spiller (28 points) looks like he can more than fill in for Fred Jackson, who suffered a knee injury in Week 1. The Bills tailback picked up 160 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns, but wasn't the top scorer this Sunday. That honor goes to Reggie Bush (31), who totaled 197 yards (172 rushing) and two touchdowns in the Dolphins' 35-13 win over the Raiders.
Which team was the big winner in Week 2? That would be the Giants, who had three players in the top ten, largely thanks to Eli Manning's 510-yard, three-touchdown performance. Because of his three interceptions, Manning's 26 points were not enough to make him the top quarterback.
That title belongs to a familiar face from Week 1, Robert Griffin III (30). The Redskins' rookie, who is beginning to look more and more this year's Cam Newton, was 20/29 passing for 206 yards with a touchdown and an interception and added two more touchdowns on the ground to go with 82 rushing yards. Who took over Griffin's spot as the No. 2 quarterback this week? Newton (27), of course.
Here's a look at the rest of the top 25 from Week 2:
*ESPN.com standard scoring
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