Thank god I don’t do these posts till Saturday, because you wouldn’t have liked my advice had I included Thursday night’s players into my start/sits. Everyone knows that Thursday Night Football is a curse for fantasy players.  Even Peyton Manning has fallen victim to it.  In the final TNF game of the 2013 season, Manning had arguably his worst performance of the year, completing just 65.8 percent of his passes for 289 yards in the Broncos’ embarrassing 27-20 home loss to the Chargers.  Maybe it’s the short week coupled by the night game, or the fact that it’s on national television.  Who knows.  But it doesn’t bode well for good statistics.

I had Ben Roethlisberger and Torrey Smith pretty high up in my Week 2 rankings, but that was just stubborn of me.  You can’t get much worse than the nine fantasy points Big Ben put up, Owen Daniels vulturing Dennis Pitta every step of the way, or the one catch for 10 yards Torrey had — especially after Joe Flacco had said earlier in the day that he expects his top receiver to catch 100 balls this year.

Sunday should offer many more offensive fireworks than Thursday night’s dreadful affair.  There are plenty of matchups to exploit, including the Saints vs. Browns, Patriots vs. Vikings, Chiefs vs. Broncos, Jaguars vs. Washington Football Team, and Cowboys vs. Titans.  But none should be more exciting (and fantasy-team boosting) than the Eagles/Colts game. The high-flying Eagles (pun intended) travel to Indy to take on the 900 horsepower Colts (pun also intended).  You’re always gonna start Andrew Luck, Nick Foles and LeSean McCoy, but their supporting casts deserve a lot of attention this week and are all nearly must starts in most fantasy formats. Fringe fantasy starters like Darren Sproles, Riley Cooper, Ahmad Bradshaw, and Dwayne Allen are near automatic starts this week, and even Colts’ tight end Coby Fleener is worthy of consideration in deeper leagues.  The only guys I’d be hesitant to recommend are Hakeem Nicks and Trent Richardson, who have proven to be too untrustworthy. Not only will this game have a large effect on the outcome of your fantasy matchups, but we get to wait till Monday night to have it all play out.  Now, that, my friends, is what fantasy football is all about!

Please feel free to post your start/sit questions below. Until then, here are the rest of my starts and sits for Week 2…

(All recommendations are based on PPR formatted leagues.)

 

START ‘EM

Jake Locker, TitansWhen you get the opportunity to start players vs. the Cowboys defense, you take it.  Locker is coming off a pretty good showing in Week 1, where he threw for 266 yards, 2 TDs and no INTs in KC.  Dallas allowed the second-most fantasy points to opposing QBs last year and judging by their showing vs. Niners last week, they haven’t improved in that department.  Locker is owned in only 17 percent of ESPN leagues.

Chad Henne, JaguarsEveryone knows about Allen Hurns and his breakout performance in Week 1 (4/110/2), but no one is really talking about the guy who got him there — QB Chad Henne.  It wasn’t the most efficient of games (24-for-43), but the seventh-year QB was still able to tally 266 yards and 2 TDs, en route to 16 fantasy points.  It looks like the Jags will again be without WR Cecil Shorts (hamstring), but with Toby Gerhart (ankle) also ailing, the Jags game plan could involve a lot of passing.  The Washington Football Team allowed the 10th-most fantasy points to opposing QBs last year, which only adds butter to your bread.

Fred Jackson, BillsOld man time hasn’t quite caught up to Jackson yet.  At age 33, the Bills’ ball carrier is the eldest of all NFL running backs — but he’s still producing at a fantasy-relevant level.  The Bills play the Dolphins this week, whom Jackson absolutely tormented in their two meetings last year, rushing 29 times for 141 yards and two touchdowns on the ground, while adding six catches for 56 yards through the air.  The Dolphins could have Dion Jordan back from suspension on Sunday, but that won’t stop the run-heavy Buffalo offense from pounding the rock.  F-Jax is a RB2/FLEX play in most formats this week.

Chris Johnson/Chris Ivory, JetsThe “Brothers Chris” had a fantastic showing vs. the hapless Raiders last week, and although the Packers are one of the NFL’s top teams, their defense isn’t.  The Packers got shellacked by the Super Bowl champion Seahawks last Thursday (did I mention Aaron Rodgers succumbed to the TNF curse?), and they didn’t do themselves any favors with their porous run defense.  Marshawn Lynch ran amok, gaining 110 yards on just 20 carries (5.5 YPC) and scoring twice.  The Jets’ two-headed rushing attack limits the overall upside of each as an individual, but their Week 1 performances (102 yards, TD for Ivory; 91 total yards, TD for Johnson) give hope that they can co-exist in the same backfield.  This game quietly has the makings of a shootout, so fire up your Jets running backs in Week 2.

Justin Hunter/Kendall Wright, TitansPretty much the same goes with these two guys as it does for Locker.  The Cowboys gave up the sixth-most fantasy points to opposing receivers last year.  If you’re contemplating the two, Hunter is likely the better standard league choice, while Wright is always going to be more of a PPR threat than a yardage one.  The duo combined for 15 targets last week vs. the Chiefs.

Larry Donnell, Giants; Niles Paul, Washington Football Team: Ok, so you must be saying to yourself, “Who??”.  Well, quite frankly, until last week, I would’ve uttered the very same question.  But, after breakthrough performances, these two nobodies became household names.  Larry Donnell certainly isn’t the most athletic player out there — heck, he isn’t even the most athletic tight end on the Giants.  That honor would go to Adrien Robinson.  But the second-year pro seemed to have a connection with Eli Manning last week, which added up to five catches, 56 yards and a score.  Manning loves throwing to his tight ends, and with his wide receivers looking pretty bad last week, it wouldn’t be surprising to see more of the Eli-Donnell connection in Week 2.  Adding to Donnell’s intrigue is the team he will be facing — the Arizona Cardinals — who gave up a league-worst 19.2 fantasy points per game to tight ends last year.  Niles Paul is in an almost identical boat to Donnell.  He has been given the opportunity for more snaps with the loss of Jordan Reed to a hamstring injury.  The converted wideout came out of nowhere last week, hauling in all four targets for 86 yards vs. the Texans.  He has some competition in fellow tight end Logan Paulsen, but Paulsen was only targeted twice and has proven in the past to be a less-than-ideal receiving option in the Skins’ offense.  Like Donnell, Paul has a fantastic matchup, as the Jaguars ranked 31st against opposing tight ends in 2013.

SIT ‘EM

Philip Rivers, ChargersThere isn’t too much info you really need here.  All you gotta do is look who is lined up on the other side of the ball — the Seattle Seahawks: Where Fantasy Dreams Go to Die.  There are dozens of better options than Rivers this week, and many that you can grab off the wire if he happens to be your No. 1 guy.

Jay Cutler, BearsThe rather acceptable 19 fantasy points he piled up don’t illustrate how unimpressive Cutler really was in Week 1.  Sure, he had a nice yardage total (349), but he missed on 15 passes, two of which were picked off, and one of those was quite possibly the funniest play of the young season.  The Bears could be without top wideouts Brandon Marshall (ankle) and Alshon Jeffery (hamstring) this weekend, and their 8:30 ET Sunday night start time doesn’t give you the ability to wait for their health statuses.  I fully expect Cutler to have a great season, but sit him in Week 2.

Reggie Bush, LionsBush may still have something in the tank, but he didn’t show it last week, rushing for just 15 yards on nine carries.  While he had a nice day receiving (6 catches, 49 yards), it looks like the bulk of the ground work will be delegated to Joique Bell (15 carries).  This looks like it’s going to be a very fluid situation going forward, but I expect Bell to the more reliable asset for fantasy purposes.  Either way, the Lions play the ferocious Panthers’ defense this week, which makes it much easier to keep Bush on your bench.

Sammy Watkins, BillsWatkins is arguably the most talented member of this year’s draft class, but there may be a longer adjustment period for him that most fantasy owners would like.  He dealt with a rib injury in the preseason and followed that up by hauling in just three catches (four targets) for 31 yards in Week 1.  The quarterback play in Buffalo is not very good — at least right now — and the Bills employ a run-first offense.  At the moment, Robert Woods — not Watkins — seems to be E.J. Manuel‘s favorite target, and it also doesn’t help that this week’s opponent — the Miami Dolphins — allowed the eighth-fewest fantasy points to opposing WRs last year.  They looked every bit that part in Week 1, as well, making Tom Brady look like Brady Quinn.  Watkins is a guy you’re gonna wanna bench until he gets a couple of good games under his belt.

Antonio Gates/Ladarius Green, ChargersEveryone — including myself — was high on Green in 2014.  When Gates landed on the injury report late last week, it made Green even that more enticing.  A matchup vs. the Cardinals, who are inept at defending the tight end, awaited on Monday Night Football.  Of course, Gates would end up playing, and playing well (6/81), and Green would only catch two passes for 24 yards.  The dream matchup ended up crashing and burning.  Not only were their fantasy stats far apart, so was their playing time — Gates appeared in 52 plays on offense to Green’s 24.  Right now, this is too difficult of a situation to predict.  Green is clearly more athletic and, quite frankly, the better player at this point, but Gates has veteran savvy and a history with QB Philip Rivers.  Fortunately for fantasy owners, the Chargers’ schedule has made our decision easier this week, as they will face the Seattle Seahawks and their shutdown defense.  Sit both tight ends this week and hope for some resolution in the near future.

 

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  1. SMLV1 says:
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    1. Stacy, Moreno, Asiata or Bradshaw this week?

    2. Cruz, Wayne or K. Wright as my WR3 this week?

    3. Rams Defense or Bucs Defense this week?

    Standard Redraft League.

  2. SethDaSportsMan

    SethDaSportsMan says:
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    Moreno, Wayne, Bucs

  3. Locifer says:
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    Out of these four…
    Dwayne Allen, Delanie Walker, Julian Edelman, Darren Sproles

    Which two would you start

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Locifer: Edelman

  4. Kimana says:
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    Should I drop Bishop Sankey or CArlos Hyde for ASiata?

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Kimana: No, I wouldn’t unless you’d be starting Asiata for the next few weeks

      • Kimana says:
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        @SethDaSportsMan: If I grabbed Asiata I would. Are you saying start preference would be Sankey or Hyde over Asiata?

        • goodfold2 says:
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          @Kimana: he probably meant that asiata has pretty much no upside so only pick him up if in fact you are already starting hyde and sankey, or maybe hyde or sankey. Asiata not only has little upside he might not have the starting job for long, with either peterson coming back or mckinnon grabbing it over him. If you are in fact having to start those two, keep hyde, grab asiata.

  5. Ryan says:
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    Need to plug in two guys with A.P. Out and with jefferys being questionable for the late game with. G. Jennings, M. Lee, l. Crowell or C. Clay.

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Ryan: Lee and Jennings

  6. hating my team now... says:
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    ADP on the bench, Ellington and Jeffrey in Q status. Other RBs include Pierre Thomas, Lamar Miller, Bradshaw, and Devonte Freeman. Other WRs include Mi Floyd, Crabtree, Mike Evans and Brian Quick.

    Should I sit Ellington against NYG…and put this team on the field?

    RBs – Thomas, Miller
    WRs – Floyd, Jeffrey
    Flex – Crabtree

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @hating my team now…: I wouldn’t risk Jeffery if there isn’t a good update before Sunday morning. Everything else looks good except I’d start Ellington over Lamar

      • hating my team now... says:
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        @SethDaSportsMan: Thanks for responding. Much appreciated!

  7. Comatose says:
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    Can start 3:

    DeMarco
    Spiller
    Chris Johnson
    Rashad Jennings
    Asiata
    Shonn Greene.

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Comatose: Murray, Johnson, Jennings

  8. Venkman says:
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    Marquise Lee or Mike Evans?

    Kelvin Benjamin or Mike Wallace?

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Venkman: Lee and Wallace but can you start both Benjamin and Wallace over Lee?

      • Venkman says:
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        No. Two separate leagues. It’s Lee or Evans in one as my flex, and the other Wallace or Benjamin.

  9. Bwteet says:
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    Non ppr
    Ingram or j. Bell?

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Bwteet: Bell

  10. Randy says:
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    Who would you rather have in a 10-team standard league: Gordon, Hunter, or Wayne? And also, Trent Richardson, Bradshaw, Jeremy Hill, or Asiata? Lastly, I have RGIII and Cutler at QB; I could drop my backup TE (Green, starter is Graham) for Locker. I wouldn’t carry 3 QBs long term, but could start him this week and adjust moving forward. Other TEs available (for when I do need one) include Heath Miller, Allen, Paul, and Delanie Walker…so I’m not sure giving up Green would hurt that much. (Note, I would give up a backup TE for a RB/WR, but roster limits prevent that). Thanks!

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Randy: Wayne, Bradshaw. I don’t think losing Green would hurt too much but I’m okay playing RG3

  11. Oliver says:
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    What do you think about starting Gerhart this week as my RB2 behind Lacy? I only have Bradshaw, Jeremy Hill, or Ryan Mathews (against the Water Chickens!) to replace him.
    I’m also trying to figure out my FLEX- I have V-Jax, Mike Wallace, Brandin Cooks, Bradshaw, Hartline, or Jeremy Hill.
    Thanks!

    • Oliver says:
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      @Oliver: I clearly need RBs so I just dropped Hartline for Crowell. So he is an option as well. Thanks again for your advice!

      • SethDaSportsMan

        SethDaSportsMan says:
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        @Oliver: prefer Bradshaw over Gerhart this week. Go with Wallace at the FLEX

  12. Mike says:
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    Need to start 2
    Moreno,FJAX,Vereen
    10 team standard
    Thx!

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Mike: Moreno, FJax

  13. Mike says:
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    Need to start one
    Jeffrey,Allen,decker,justin hunter
    10 team standard
    Leaning hunter w Jeffrey injury
    Thanks!

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Mike: good call. Hunter

  14. Jay says:
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    Need to start one of each:

    1) Shonn Greene, T-Rich, Lamar Miller – standard scoring

    2) R. Randle, Marcedes Lewis, Robert Woods – 1 point ppr

    Thanks!

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Jay: Greene, Woods

  15. Pacochu says:
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    I can slot Jeffrey in my RB/WR slot. It is a standard scoring, non-PPR league with bonuses for yardage totals. I have the following options:

    K. Wright – Sun 1:00
    G. Jennings – Sun 1:00
    D. Sproles – Mon 7:30
    H. Nicks – Mon 7:30

    I already lost AP and have to roll with Ryan Mathews in my RB1 slot. So, should I gamble on Jeffrey and if he doesn’t play, fall back on Sproles or Nicks? Or, do I go with Wright or Jennings?

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Pacochu: id go with wright and play Sproles at RB1 instead of Mathews

      • Pacochu says:
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        @SethDaSportsMan:

        Thanks! I was thinking along those lines, but worry if Sproles was a fluke last week.

  16. Lou says:
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    1 pt ppr league – start which 2?
    Martin, Pierre T, Richardson, Fred J, Asiata

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Lou: a Pierre and Fred

  17. CL says:
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    I just dropped Locker (I have Luck) for Zac Stacy… is there some reason I found him a recent FA on my wire in a 12 team 1pt PPR?!

    Anywho, I’m starting Murray, Bradshaw, and Sproles. Leaving Matthews & Stacy on my bench. You dig?

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @CL: ya I’m good with that. And nice grab on Stacy! Whoever dropped him has serious patience issues

  18. Adam says:
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    Do I still start Foles over Brady? Almost all sites have Brady projected higher.

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Adam: I have Foles 2 spots ahead of Brady

  19. CL says:
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    Also, you starting Cruz after he complained? PPR.

    I am on the fence between starting Quick over him in one league and Bolden in another.

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @CL: I’m sitting Cruz after one bad week and one good week from Quick

  20. Knicksfan says:
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    So PPR league, would you start Gerhart, Ahmad or Joique? Thanks for all the help!

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Knicksfan: Bradshaw

  21. Kyle says:
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    Ppr: wright or Michael Floyd?

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Kyle: wright

  22. Gay 4 Jay says:
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    In a PPR league with return yards- Sproles or F. Jackson for week 2?
    Same league. Pick 2- Bradshaw, Ivory, Boykin

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Gay 4 Jay: definitely Sproles with return yards. Bradshaw and Ivory

      P.S. Love the name

  23. Mike says:
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    Better RB stash Latavius Murray or Isiah Crowell?

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Mike: Ill say Murray. Crowell still behind a better, younger back in West

  24. Baren says:
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    You have Jackson listed as a start. What do you think of spiller in this one? I’m torn in a flex play. Do I play Ellington or Spiller?

    Thanks!

    • Baren says:
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      @Baren: oh yeah, PPR

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Baren: I like Spiller as well. I want to see Ellington a little bit healthier before I start him if I dont have to

  25. Gay 4 Jay says:
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    Romo or Cutler?

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Gay 4 Jay: Romo

  26. Cheese says:
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    Not a huge fan of trading for Fitz, but here is the offer:

    I give Joique Bell
    I get Fitz and Pitta

    16 team league all TDs 6 pt

    QB – RG3
    WR – Jordy Nelson
    WR – Brandin Cooks
    WR – Justin Hunter
    RB – Montee Ball
    RB – Shane Vereen
    TE – Charles Clay
    W/R – Joique Bell
    BEN – Markus Wheaton
    BEN – Roy Helu
    BEN – Carson Palmer
    BEN – Jonathan Dwyer

    DEF – Tampa Bay

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Cheese: its a fair deal, but I dont like that it’d leave you with Helu and Dwyer as your only backup RBs. Also, I like Clay too, Id pass

  27. Reid says:
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    Standard league: I have Julio and Wallace starting with Allen or Hunter as my WR3. Do I take the upside and go Hunter? Lastly, Gerhart or Bell this weekend? Thank you guys for all that you do!

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Reid: You’re welcome, Reid!

      Go with Hunter’s upside. Play Bell. Gerhart is hurting

  28. Brown L says:
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    Is Bradshaw so much of an automatic start that you’d put him over Doug Martin (RB2) or Michael Crabtree (Flex)? I suppose they both have injury/usage concerns.

    • Brown L says:
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      @Brown L: Standard scoring, btw

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Brown L: I’d play Crabtree ahead of Bradshaw, but I don’t love Martin, so Im okay with sitting him for Bradshaw

  29. Principal Blackman says:
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    Hey Seth,
    Dealing with AP fallout and matchup conundrums in one league, I have to choose two RBs and a flex. My options are the bad to worse matchups that Zac Stacy (@TB) and Ryan Mathews (Sea) have vs. Ahmad Bradshaw and Fred Jackson, both of whom you like, but I’m not sure if you like them better than the other two. My flex options would be a 3rd RB from the above group vs Greg Jennings (NE) or Dwayne Bowe (@Den). Its 1/2ppr. Thanks.

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Principal Blackman: Play Bradshaw, Stacy, FJax. Sit Mathews and Bowe.

  30. Principal Blackman says:
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    In another 1/2ppr league, I have to choose between Gore, Spiller, and Sproles for two spots. I’m leaning towards Gore and Spiller, but you endorsement of Sproles has me thinking about finding away to get him in the lineup. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Principal Blackman: Spiller is a little bit safer than Sproles, but Sproles had the upside. In Week 2, I think Id play it safe and go with Spiller

  31. Brown L says:
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    One more! Start Locker over Andy Dalton? Both have pretty sweet matchups.

    • SethDaSportsMan

      SethDaSportsMan says:
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      @Brown L: Locker

  32. Patrick Smith says:
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    Having trouble choosing between Bengals DST and Dolphins DST.

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Patrick Smith: Im having a hard time starting Cincy after the offensive show the Falcons put on last week

  33. Bridgette says:
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    In a 12 team league and my RBs are a little weak…Have J. Charles who I hope does better than he did in week 1, but my others are R. Mathews, L. Blount, and T. West. I could pick up Crowell, L. Miller or A. Bradshaw. Any suggestions to beef up my running backs this season?

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Bridgette: Blount has had as about as little usage as possible so far. Drop him for Bradshaw

  34. Flea flicker says:
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    Howdy Seth !

    Need to decide wig to start at RB2 & flex, been going back & forth.

    My rb1 is gio Bernard. Other RB’s are Ahmad Bradshaw, toby gerhart, Terrance west, and Darren McFadden

    Flex any of the above RB’s plus Malcolm Floyd / Kelvin Benjamin , I could if I really wanted to sit Crabtree (my other two are demaryius Thomas & cordarrelle patterson) we start 3 WR’s.

    Which kicker , my McManus or drop him for any of these :

    Robbie Gould, randy bullock, or nick folk

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Flea flicker: Start Bradshaw. Benjamin and Crabtree. Im fine with McManus

  35. Jaret says:
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    Need to sit one. 0.5 PPR.

    Fred jackson
    Pierre thomas
    Andre Ellington
    Darren McFadden

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Jaret: McFadden

  36. dung says:
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    Does cord patterson’s PPR flex value take a hit with AP out? Other choices are Edelman and ellington. Need one. Thx

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @dung: Im still starting Patterson

  37. Fungazi says:
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    Anyone have input on which RB to start tomorrow? PPR 12 M

    Miller @ Buf
    Hillman vs KC
    Crowell vs NO
    McKinnon vs NE

    They all seem like 5 point options with the difference being one with a TD

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Fungazi: Gross. Miller

  38. Mark says:
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    I can only choose one. Who do I start at TE? Ertz in Indy or Davis at home against da Bears?

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Mark: Hmm thats close. Gimme Davis

  39. Austin B says:
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    Rashad Jennings or Jeremy Maclin at FLEX? half PPR

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Austin B: Jennings

  40. Bob Arends says:
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    Second RB, need to choose one.
    Spiller
    Sproles,
    McFadden

    • SethDaSportsMan

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      @Bob Arends: Sproles

  41. Dat Dude v4 says:
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    .5 ppr

    Lacy or dat dude from the Vikings? Ali someting or other?

    Don’t like Lacy injury possibility vs those dose Planes good run D. Viking guy playing crappy guys from the 1700s.

    Who you gotz?

  42. Dat Dude v4 says:
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    .5 ppr

    Lacy or dat dude from the Vikings? Ali someting or other?

    Don’t like Lacy injury possibility vs those dose Planes good run D. Viking guy playing crappy guys from the 1700s.

    Who you gotz eh?

  43. ROBHALLA says:
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