Week 2 War Room September 15, 2013  |  Jeff

Week two is upon us, and the time is now for racking up some fake football victories. Whether your squad was defeated or victorious in week one, The Fake Football is here with the best in lineup resources for your team. Rankings, advice, and more are linked below so please enjoy the plentiful bounty of fake football goodness! Be sure to check out our consensus staff week two rankings as well, and feel free to leave those lineup questions in the comments!


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– If your team is in the trade market, check out week two’s buy low/sell high for the best in fantasy trade advice.


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13 Responses

  1. Jermichael says:

    12 Team PPR: My Team: R Wilson, Rothlisberger, Antonio Brown, AJ Green, Randle, Patterson, Torrey, Spiller, R Bush, Ingram, Helu, Pierce, Olsen, Eifert, Walsh, NE D.
    With Lacy going down with a concussion, is Starks worth a pick up?

  2. Cobby says:

    Hartline or DRich in a Flex? (PPR)

    *Leaning to Hartline’s targets, but feel like DRich is going to go off.*

    • Adam Cook says:

      Richardson easily in my opinion. He is a lock for 20 touches including some catches. Hartline benefited last week from Haden shadowing Wallace.

  3. Hammer says:

    Not gonna lie, Roddy has me scared. Looks like he’ll start, but will he be a decoy again?

    So, do I start Torrey Smith over him? (Of course, I have my worries about Smith too due mostly to Joe Haden). PPR scoring.


  4. Cory says:

    PPR Flex pick 1:
    Hakeem Nicks
    David WIlson
    Joique Bell


    • Adam Cook says:

      I would lean towards Nicks. Wilson has the most upside, but he is a risk at this point. I expect the Giants to rack up a lot of yardage in garbage time similar to what they did last week against Dallas.

  5. Mrg says:

    Wait on Fitz with Michael Floyd as insurance, or play S Smith early? Sounds like Fitz will play, but worried about effectiveness

  6. Chet says:

    I’d still lean Bradshaw. Hard to know how many carries Bell gets.

  7. Tommy says:

    Joique or Bradshaw? Not a good feeling with Ahmad vs Fins defense.

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