Saturday, September 15, 2007

NFL Week 2 Fantasy Notes

Here's our notes from THE FANTASYDRAFTHELP.COM INSIDER on (Thursday from 9-11 PM EDT) -- links are to game previews:

Atlanta at Jacksonville 1:00 pm Dunn has the upper hand on Norwood, but should be avoided. Horn is a hostage to Harrington's play and is a poor choice at least for now. RB Taylor is worth a look.
Buffalo at Pittsburgh 1:00 pm Ward and Holmes will carry over their Week One production.
Cincinnati at Cleveland 1:00 pm Notwithstanding a poor Bengals defense and a short week for them, Edwards should be avoided. Go all-in with your Bengals.
Green Bay at N.Y. Giants 1:00 pm Neither young RB is a good bet here. Toomer will not repeat his Week One success.
Houston at Carolina 1:00 pm Foster and Williams remain good, but not great #2 RB options. Schaub does not have a very good matchup, but is quite familiar with the Panthers.
Indianapolis at Tennessee 1:00 pm RB Brown is a Week One megastar who does not merit a play solely on that basis.
New Orleans at Tampa Bay 1:00 pm Galloway is the one bright spot in the Tampa offense and merits a play.
San Francisco at St. Louis 1:00 pm Smith should be used with great caution until further notice. Ike Bruce is a poor play until further notice.
Dallas at Miami 4:05 pm Romo is close to being an every-week start. If it's possible to avoid playing Brown and Chambers, and it may not be, then do so.
Minnesota at Detroit 4:05 pm Bell and C. Johnson are edging towards every-week status. Week One aside, McDonald is still not.
Seattle at Arizona 4:05 pm Leinart and Hasselbeck should both be in most lineups this week.
Kansas City at Chicago 4:15 pm Benson and Berrian will feast for Chicago.
N.Y. Jets at Baltimore 4:15 pm Coles and Jones won't do much for the Jets, while Mason could put up some numbers for the Ravens.
Oakland at Denver 4:15 pm Curry, Cutler and Marshall are the marginal plays worth a shot this week.
San Diego at New England 8:15 pm Go all-in with your Pats and Chargers this week.

Monday night
Washington at Philadelphia, 8:30 pm Randle El is not for real just yet, while Moss merits a spot on your bench if you can afford to do so.


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