I usually don’t recommend adding QBs whose initials stand for toilet paper but this one is different. I explain why here.
My start’em/sit’em for Week 2 is in progress and won’t be finished by tonight’s game but Stevan Ridley and Julian Edelman are highly recommended starts for this week!
Both should be relied upon heavily in a Pats offense dealing with a plethora of injuries to key players. I’m not worried in the least about Ridley’s leash for fumbles given the absence of Shane Vereen. Ridley and Edelman are in line for a lot of touches, a lot of yards and a fairly decent amount of scoring.
I’m sticking with Roddy White despite the news this morning that his ankle sprain is worse than the Falcons are letting on. Don’t over think it and stick with your studs. Also, some start’ems that missed the cut are guys like Steve Smith, Greg Olsen, Jordan Cameron, all of the top 13-ranked preseason QBs including Mike Vick, Colts D/ST, Bucs D/ST. Any last minute questions hit up my ask box or on twitter @FFBallers, and good luck in what’s sure to be a wild week 1!
Look no further for all of your Week 1 start’em/sit’em advice! Our fantasy football writer Bryce Crosby gives you five guys you should start this week, and five guys you should sit.
Haha I don’t sweat it. It makes sense to think it’s counterproductive but all your guys are on high-scoring teams. The Lions don’t know what a run game is and the Pats never take their foot off the gas so I would start those guys with confidence. I don’t think I could say the same about a McFadden+Moore combo though. #noraiders2013
Can’t go wrong here but I prefer Shorts.
There’s a pretty good chance I answered a question you might have here. There’s also an equally good chance I didn’t so ship’em if you got’em.
Bryce’s latest article. He takes the time out to answer six last-minute questions to help you with your fantasy draft.
Calvin Johnson Jr. is obviously the best WR in the league––there’s no debate there. But who’s No. 2? Brandon Marshall, Dez Bryant, or A.J. Green?
Ben and I state our cases for who we think should be the No. 2 receiver off the board on draft day.
In case you missed it, Ronnie Hillman and Montee Ball are continuing to blow their chances at taking over the Denver backfield . Hillman fumbled on the goal-line and Ball failed in pass protection in a major way in last night’s preseason game against the Seahawks.
I’ve already published my thoughts here as to who I think is the Denver running back to own but thought it was worth bringing up again given the continued struggles of Ball and Hillman.
Come on board the Knowson Moreno bandwagon, there’s more than enough room.
The absolute best fantasy kicker analysis here.