Fantasy Football Week 2: Start Em/Sit EmBREAKING NEWS, Fantasy Leagues, News Friday, September 13th, 2013
Week 2 has arrived, and hopefully you have had better luck than me with the injuries. I lost 2 rb’s (Brown, Vereen) and my QB is throwing the footballs to rookies and a former college Qb. (Brady). Lucky for me I’m old school with stocking up on rb’s so I’m still alright, and I benched Brady for RG3 this week. (Note to Eagles fans, I didn’t start RG3 vs Eagles and I won’t 2nd time we play them).
There are players that we counted on last week that were a complete no-show. There are players that were circled as the lead back and are now sharing the backfield. There are also teams I really hope you don’t own any of the three backs being cycled. With that said, I’m not giving top 10 rankings for each position, and must starts. A fan of the site made a great point. You know the rankings for players from websites and fantasy football shows. I need to give you the names of players you may be looking past or could be collecting dust and not stats for your team on the waiver wire. Some new categories from last week, shorter read, but hopefully same results as some of my predictions from week 1.
Players who showed a little something last week and will have a second nice showing in week 2.
Brent Celek-Could very well duplicate what he did last week.
Michael Floyd-His match-up with the Lions won’t be one based on a defensive struggle.
Eddie Lacy-The Packers will continue to make an effort to run the football. Lacy will continue to be the guy to get those chances.
Players who were a no-show and won’t bounce back too much this week either…
Trent Richardson- Baltimore is a very angry bunch. Bad news for Richardson and an offensive line that looked out of sync last week.
C.J. Spiller-Panthers look scary with their front seven. Even if Spiller gets an increased workload this week, don’t expect him to put together more than 90 totals yards with 0 trips to the end-zone.
Foster-Tennese looked strong versus the run and Tate will eat into some of Foster’s production until further notice.
Players who failed but will bounce back
Decker- Manning will make every effort to get Decker the football, to make up for the dismal performance in week 1.
Hilton-The Colts almost lost last week, and did a terrible job getting Hilton involved in the game. They will not make the same mistake two weeks in a row.
Bowe-He will make good of that big contract he signed in the off-season.
I can’t start, I wouldn’t start..no way, no how..
Running backs for Pittsburg, Miami, Denver, San Diego, Dallas- not a single player will score double digits
Players on Waivers
Marlon Brown- He will out-produce Torry Smith moving forward. If you have Smith trade him, after you pick up Brown
Donald Brown-Ballard done for season. Bradshaw never finishes the season. Brown will be given the touches to relieve Bradshaw for now, but it won’t be too long before he is the featured back.
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