• Week 2 Starts: What do we know now?

    by  • September 14, 2013 • Start or Sit • 0 Comments

    Week 2 gives us a little more clarity, but a number of poor showings have us concerned. I wouldn’t go betting an eyebrow on the outcome of any of your fantasy performances.

    My big roster question comes down to whether I can trust T.Y. Hilton to get involved this week. Despite all the matchup love he’s getting, he’s going to be benched on my fantasy squad until he has a worthwhile performance.

    As always, I recommend you start your week with Evan Silva’s matchup analysis. Be sure to read all about Marlon Brown and the other sleepers Silva highlights in the mix.

    SB Nation’s Keepers tells you why you should sit Fred Jackson and start DeAngelo Williams. I also agree that Michael Floyd is a good start, especially with Larry Fitzgerald looking like a game-time decision.

    Speaking of game-time decisions, Chet Gresham has the latest on all the injuries for every NFL team over on Rotoworld. Sorry, there’s still no good news for Roddy White owners.

    Matthew Berry loves Marshawn Lynch and Matt Forte this week, and you probably should, too.

    I actually got a lot of intel out of Nathan Zegura’s fantasy fact sheet this week. If Silva’s matchup-ness gets too deep for you, Zegura really pulls out the key need-t0-knows for each game and matchup question you might have.

    Gridiron Experts’ Jody Smith recs some great sleepers this week, including Cardinals’ receivers Michael Floyd and Andre Roberts, which I like since I’ll be rolling Michael Floyd out at WR2 in Hilton’s place this week. Matt Schaub also appears to be a sneaky quarterback play this week if you need the help.

    If you need more info than that, take your pick of Fantasy Football Librarian’s collection. Best of luck this week.

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