I'm completely stuck on the Weather Channel, twitter, and all the news coming out of Boulder regarding their current historic flooding - I believe they've gotten about half of their annual rainfall in a mere 24 hours. For recent readers, a little background - my husband and I lived in Boulder for 6 years and have many friends in the area so I'm feeling my heart strings tugged on this one. Thinking of you all in and around Boulder and sending dry, safe thoughts.
Football carries on tonight with the Pats and Jets and plenty of lineup advice:
- Start/sit links:
- CBSSports.com's Week 2 Start 'em and Sit 'em
- NFL.com's Start 'Em, Sit 'Em for Week 2
- FFToolbox.com's Week 2: Start 'Em and Week 2: Start 'Em
- Roto Arcade's Week 2 Lames: Russell extremely risky versus San Fran and Flames: Don't drop the ball, start Edelman
- Rotoprofessor's Start 'Em or Sit 'Em: Week 2
- Juan Elway's Week 2 Ride 'em or Hide 'em
- Scoreboard Watching has some bounce back candidates and under the radar players in Best Week 2 Scenarios
- FantasySharks.com's Start/Bench - Week 2
- Rotoworld's Week 2 Rankings
- FFToday has both player rankings and projections for Week 2
- FantasySharks.com's Player Projections - Week 2
- AthlonSports' 2013 Running Back Rankings: Week 2
- Other highlights:
- FantasyPros.com have expanded and built upon their My Playbook product - you can import one team for free and monkey around with that team using all sorts of awesome tools. Highly recommended.
- FFToday's Strength of Schedule chart has always been a go-to spot for me for extra information to help in tight decisions for the flex spot, etc. Granted I think this tool becomes more powerful after we've had at least 3 weeks of game data, but it's something to keep an eye on.
- Read up on Draft Calc's mishmash of sleepers, buy-low candidates and projections for Week 2 in Start Bench Advice.