Fantasy Advice (NFL)

Week Two Start/Sit: Quarterbacks

By original: Mike Morbeck derivative: Diddykong1130 (Aaron Rodgers) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons


Tom Brady VS Carolina panthers

If anyone is familiar with the history of Tom Brady, he is angry after a loss. This is especially true after a week one loss. Aside from all of the problems with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ offensive line, we can expect Tom Brady to produce a large number of fantasy points for the GM that decides to start him. The fact that there were no preseason games held was a detriment to this player last week, But we can expect much better results this week so start him with confidence.

Aaron Rodgers VS Detroit Lions

After an incredible performance last week, Aaron Rodgers looks to replicate his performance with his receivers Finishing that game without injury. The magnificence of Aaron Rodgers was certainly on display, further proving the sentiment that he is not done in Green Bay. Jordan Love has one of the best players in NFL history to take tutelage from, and it certainly looks like that is going to be the case for this season at least. Start Aaron Rodgers in this home game against a division rival that he is all too familiar with. This decision will hopefully lead you to a win this week.


Matthew Stafford at Green Bay Packers

Coming off of a losing effort last week where his team was leading into the fourth quarter; this situation will do damage to any quarterbacks’ mindset. Now going up against another divisional rival in the Green Bay Packers on the road is an incredibly daunting task. Though Matthew Stafford will try to keep his team in the game, it does not look very probable against this very stringent Green Bay Packers defense. Go with another quarterback this week if at all possible because this is not a very good matchup for Matthew Stafford to produce points.

Daniel Jones at Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears’ Defense is a problem for any quarterback, but especially one that is in his second career year. The receiving options available to Daniel Jones are not the best of the best, and the game script looks to be more reliant on the running game in order to be competitive, and this will affect Daniel Jones’ production fantasy points wise very negatively if this proves to be true. Look for another option at your quarterback position this week if possible.

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