After a wild Week 1, while some fantasy owners are panicking and making season-long adjustments after only one week, this is a time where we’ll see a bunch of players bounce-back and reward the calmer owners across multiple leagues.

There are some very interesting matchups to exploit this week, so let’s break down a few.

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Week 1’s of the NFL season are always interesting. Not only do we have such high expectations for almost each team after a long and tedious offseason, but we’re always surprised at which defenses decide to show up, and which don’t. Which offenses show up, and which don’t. There are a bunch of fantastic advanced metrics and stats to show both offensive and defensive efficiency, yet, after a long offseason full of roster moves, teams are bound to get drastically better or worse on either offense or defense. And over the next few weeks or so, we’ll have a better idea of which defenses we should target, and which to stay away from.

They say never bench your studs, and that’s mostly correct. So let’s talk about who you should bench, and more importantly, who you should start.

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Good morning Razzians.  Here are some sitters and some starters for your perusal.  While you’re perusing you might find some guys that you could play in our Fanduel Super League! Quarterbacks Start Josh Freeman: There are quite a few guys that would/will make good starts this week not named Vick/Brees/Rivers and so on, but I […]

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Standard fantasy article intro/disclaimer: Just because a player is listed as a “Start” doesn’t mean you should necessarily play them over a player listed as a “Sit”. Sit/Start is written to supplement the weekly rankings (and to undermine Doc’s fantasy expertness by sort of disagreeing with him occasionally!), so that noteworthy players aren’t just lost […]

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