I had a dream last night that Jay Cutler and I were painting on easels side-by-side...go ahead and dissect that one, but I'm guessing it at least means that I'm thinking way too much about fantasy football if Cutler (with whom I've had a love-hate relationship over the years) is in my subconscious. So as if I needed any further football fodder, let's get to today's start/sit and more:
- Start/sit suggestions:
- FantasyFootballXtreme's Start and Bench Advice: Week 2
- FantasySharks.com's Start/Bench List 2010 Week 2
- FFToolbox.com's Start 'em and Sit 'em posts are both up as well as Week 2: Sleepers of the Week
- FFManiaxs' Week Two Start/Sit
- Week 2 rankings:
- CBSSports.com's Week 2 Top 150s - remember from last week that this is a new feature designed to help you compare RBs, WRs and TEs to help inform you as you fill your flex spot.
- FantasyFanPlay.com's Week 2 rankings are up for all positions: QB, RB, WR, TE, Defense/ST.
- ProFootballWeekly.com's Week Two fantasy player rankings by position
- If instead you're still looking for some more waiver wire suggestions, here are two last spots to hit up for advice:
- Matthew's Berry's Week 2 fantasy pickups
- ProFootballFocus.com's Fantasy: Football Stock Market - Week 2
- Always a good read is Roto Arcade's 7-on-7 weekly piece - includes tidbits from the last week's games and insight going forward.
- Ultimate Fantasy Football Strategy's Understanding Defenses After Week 1 takes a look at what we know so far about defenses and how many points we expect them to give up to opposing QBs, RBs, and WRs.
- Take a look at ProFootballWeekly.com's Week 2 Matchups to Exploit or Avoid - I'm on board with the call here that SD's Malcolm Floyd and Legedu Naanee could have nice outings against the Jacksonville D (see also the above chart from Ultimate FF Strategy to support this Jags weakness bit). Could be Floyd's time to shine after a less-than-stellar outing against the Chiefs.
- Speaking of the AFC West, Football Outsiders' Mike Tanier has an interesting post on Rotoworld that looks specifically at players in the AFC and NFC West and what they might bring to the fantasy table.