It’s the first week of the season that four teams will be on a bye – Minnesota, Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Tampa Bay – but there are few players that are universally started across those four squads. Regardless, here’s a look at who you might want to tinker with within your lineup.
There’s a decent chance you’ve started the same lineup for the first three weeks of the NFL season but with the bye weeks finally starting, that won’t be possible for the next few months.
Week 2 of the NFL season saw a healthy mixture of studs doing their thing (Aaron Rodgers! Doug Martin! Julio Jones!) as well as a couple of surprises (James Starks? Charles Clay?). Fantasy football is a crapshoot, but let’s try to make some sense of it all for Week 3.
Hooray, it’s finally time for some 2013 fantasy football start ’em, sit ’em analysis!
After an exciting bout between the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night (where they combined for 76 points), that game certainly woke everyone up that the NFL is back. Ahead, we break down each position with one player to start and sit entering this weekend’s matchups.
Matt Schaub started out the week as a potential sit candidate, but revised thinking by Jerod and injuries to the Colts secondary have turned him into a start.