Fantasy Football Week 2 - Guys
To Play & Avoid
If you are in need of a HOT fantasy
football player these Top Hot players for the
week should help you out if they're in your lineup.
If you need to dump a lame duck on your team,
these NOTS should be them. Fantasy
Football always favors the prepared mind. The
more research you do, and the more HOT players
you have to choose from on your team, the better
your odds are of winning your fantasy football
league outright this year.
After all of the weekly
games are finished be sure to check our waiver
wire column, studs and duds, a who's hot, and
who's not report plus more in our fantasy
without any further time wasting, here are
the Week 2 Fantasy Football Hot & Not Players
and Rankings for the NFL games going on this
week (Week 2). Good Luck!!!
hundred yards and a touchdown might
even be a wee conservative.
Chiefs are not the Chargers, so Rex
should have a little more time to work
with this week.
hasn't done anything to prove that
he can do significantly better than
150 yards and he occasional TD, but
he'll be playing "for" a teammate this
week, that's some incentive.
AFC Offensive Player of the Week will
most likely come crashing back to earth,
he'll do OK this week though.
top pick off many waiver wires. You
picked him up, you might as well start
him. Otherwise, why did you bother?
continue to carry the Denver workload
... until his knee gives out.
long as Campbell is comfortable throwing
to him, he's worth starting consideration.
But expect inconsistency.
| Wes Welker
to be everywhere last Sunday, and he
seems to have already found a niche
in New England's passing game.
great option for a third receiver.
T.O. gets the attention, and Crayton
and Hurd will reap the benefits.
| Ronald Currey
||He did well
in Week 1, but he has a tough matchup
this week. Plus, who will throw to
him as a Flex.
| Shaun McDonald
||Worth a look
for your Flex spot, but don't bench
your starters for him just yet.
him while he's hot because his value
will disappear once Greg Olsen returns.
| Eric Johnson
are you kidding me? Should put up 5
Colts came alive against the Saints
in Week 1, and now they get a mediocre
|Week 2 Fantasy
Football Not So Hot Players
(ankle) was limping noticeably during
the media-viewable portion of practice
still appears as though it will be
a game-time decision whether Manning
or Jared Lorenzen will start at QB
see some touches, and it's not out
of question that he reclaims the
can't even see him on the depth chart.
never a good thing when you enter
Week 2 with negative rushing yardage.
| Eddie Kennison
has a slight hamstring tear that
will keep him out of the Bears game
and possibly another week or two.
out. Look for either Nate Burleson
or Bobby Engram to slide up into
the starting lineup opposite Deion
| Joe Jurevicius
him little more than a bye-week replacement
at this stage in his career.
consider Porter a No. 4 Fantasy WR
for his matchup against the staunch
Denver defense. Look for a better
option this week.
shocked many when they placed Williams
on the inactive list Week 1. It symbolized
how far the former first round pick
has fallen. I
made his Denver debut Sunday, should
see a number of passes go his way,
but he's not going to come close
to being a startable Fantasy tight
groin is still a question, but if
he's ready to go vs. Washington,
he could have a nice game.
will be replaced by John Carney while
he is sidelined. Scobee should regain
his job upon his return, but can
be let go in Fantasy leagues in the
DST remains a must-start in all Fantasy
leagues heading into Week 2 against
the Cowboys, although they'll have
their hands full
sucked last week, but are must start
this week, and they shouldn't have
much of an issue containing the Falcons.
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