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NFL week 2 fantasy pickups

Posted on: September 10, 2008 3:45 pm Score: 91  

NFL week 2 fantasy pickups

 

OK fantasy football fans, the season is underway and injuries to top talent is already testing rosters before bye weeks begin. I want to share some of my thoughts on how to manage your fantasy teams, who to go pick up in relief, and other relevant statistics that only true fantasy fanatics can understand!!

I might as well start with Quarterback. Every league had Tom Brady on one of its members teams, and injuries to first round draft picks so early in the season are difficult. Some options:

1. Kurt Warner, Arizona Cardinals.  It's amazing how available he is.

2. Trent Edwards, Buffalo Bills. This team has a lot of offensive weapons, and last seasons starts are paying dividends to this kid.

3. Kerry Collins, Tennessee Titans. With Vince Young's injury, and the running ability of his offense, Kerry could post some decent numbers for a playoff caliber team.

4. Chad Pennington, Miami Dolphins. My hopes are Chad will play steady, heady football and be a consistent fantasy scorer.

5. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons. Fans, if this offense is able to run the ball consistently, Ryan is accurate and capable to rate spot starts.

 

My quarterback flyer: I want to give you a tip that might pay huge dividends. I'm looking for Brady Quinn to take over the job in Cleveland, and this kid has all star written all over him. If you have room on the bench, or you have Derek Anderson, GRAB THIS KID.

 


Running Backs: 1. DeAngelo Williams, Carolina Panthers. Another back that is on most free agent lists. 2. Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans. Rookie has some talent and speed and Kerry Collins will help him. 3. Steve Slaton, Houston Texans. This team is close, and with Ahman Green nicked up again, Slaton is set. 4. Leon Washington, New York Jets. Thomas Jones counterpart will see plenty of action. 5. Maurice Morris/Julius Jones, Seattle Seahawks. If you're really in a pinch, this offense is losing weapons. Quick. Wide Receivers: 1. Devery Henderson, New Orleans Saints. Colston is out 4-6 weeks. 2. Robert Meachum, New Orleans Saints. Yep. 3. Eddie Royal, Denver Broncos. He lit up D Hall. 4. Greg Lewis, Philadelphia Eagles. Until Kevin Curtis gets back. 5. Anyone lining up against D Hall of the Raiders. Tight Ends: 1. LJ Smith, Philadelphia Eagles. Consistent. 2. Dante Rosario, Carolina Panthers. What a debut! 3. Tony Sheffler, Denver Broncos. Cutler has found a favorite target besides Marshall. 4. Anthony Fasano/David Martin, Miami Dolphins. Chad found em all day!
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