Fantasy Football Week 2 Starts ‘Them More Sit’ M: Ben Rothlisberger Ready to Give Time Again


Week 2 is not the time to panic about your imaginary roster, but it may be time to adjust. Injuries can force your hand, and we’re outselling many big-name players, which is not fun. Hopefully, you will be able to find quality replacement options, whether they are already on your bench or with wired wire.

Michael Thomas (ankle), Le’Veon Bell (hamstring) and Philip Lindsay (turf toe) are not expected to play in Week 2, and we lost to Marlon Mack (Achilles) and Blake Jarvin (ACL) for the first season. went. We are waiting to find out if James Conner (ankle) can play in Week 2, and if Miles Sanders (hamstring), Kenny Goalde (hamstring) and Courtland Sutton (shoulder) are out in Week 1 Will make his 2020 match.

Your fantasy roster may unfortunately be filled with a red injury tag, but thankfully some reinforcements may be in play this week. Benny Snell and Nyham Hines are two possible starting options after coming back in Week 2, and we like Anthony Miller, Laviska Shenault and Paris Campbell as sleeper receivers. Dallas Goedert has emerged as a strong start, and Ryan Tannehill has a solid starting quarter in Week 2.

Injuries stink, and not all of these rosters enjoy plugging holes after a week. But hopefully you were smart with your draft or waiver wire and can reverse some of these players. We will help you with the suggestions below, and hope that we do not recover from injuries with our stars again in Week 2.

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It was great to see Ben Roethlisberger back on the field on Monday night in Week 1 at the Gerrents. After a sluggish start, he looked good, and should continue to do better even after missing most of last season with an elbow injury. He has a chance to land in Week 2 against the Broncos.

Roethlisberger was 219-of-32 passing for 229 yards and three touchdowns against the Giants, and looked comfortable as the game went on. He connected for two touchdowns with JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Washington, and should continue to improve his pace with Diontae Johnson, Chase Claypool and Eric Ebron.

Rothlisberger also faces a tired and beaten defense this week. The Broncos played the week-late Monday night game in Week 1 and now have to travel around the country to play the role of the Steelers. They were already the standout pass ranger von Miller (ankle) for the season, and cornerback AJ Bauey (shoulder) was hurt against Tennessee.

I have been ranked as a top 10 fantasy quarterback in Roethlisberger Week 2, but a top five finish would not be surprising. He is generally great at home, and this is his first time playing in Pittsburgh in a year. This week should be a major performance for Rothleysberger.

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Cardinals (vs. WAS): Much was made about the way the Eagles offense played in Week 1 in Washington, but the Washington football team’s offense with 239 total yards was not much better. Haskins was sacked three times, and the offense could clash again on the road against the Cardinals. Week 1 also had three sacks in Arizona.

  • Packers (vs. DET): Last year in a game in Green Bay, Stafford was sacked three times and had no touchdowns. The Packers pass rush should be a problem for Stafford this week.
  • Titans (vs JAC): Jadevon Clownian didn’t make much of an impact with the Titans in Denver in Week 1 in their first game, but they should be able to chase Minshew once or twice this week. This Titans defense should be tough at home.
  • Buccaneers (vs. CAR): The Buccaneers only allowed 271 yards in total offense to the Saints last week in New Orleans, and this defense should be strict on the Panthers at home. Apart from Christian McCaffrey, this could be a bad game for this Panthers offense.

Patriots (at SEA): The Patriots’ defense was superb last week against Miami in terms of allowing just 11 points, and New England had three interceptions against Ryan Fitzpatrick. But apparently Russell Wilson is on a different level, and the Seahawks are playing at home. I will look for another DST option this week instead of relying on the Patriots.

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So who should you start and sit on this week? And what amazing quarterback can lead you to victory? Visit SportsLine to get the Week 2 rankings for every position, as well as see if QB is going to come out of nowhere to make a dent in the top 10, from all the models that previous season experts performed last season .