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2012 Fantasy Football Start/Sit Decisions: Week 2

CHICAGO, IL - SEPTEMBER 09: Jay Cutler #6 of the Chicago Bears speaks to Lance Louis #60 after the Bears scored a touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts during their 2012 NFL season opener at Soldier Field on September 9, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. The Bears defeated the Colts 41-21. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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Ryan LesterSenior Writer ISeptember 13, 2012

Here’s a look at LestersLegends sit and start advice as you set your lineups for the second week of the 2012 NFL season.



Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears: He was the choice last week and I’ll roll with him again vs. the Packers. With his big wideouts, he could work his way into weekly WR1 territory.



Matt Schaub, Houston Texans: It’s not that I think he’ll have a bad game. I just don’t think he’ll be needed to do much against Jacksonville.


Running Backs


Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins: You never know when Shanahan is going to change his mind, but until he does, Morris should get plenty of activity. Going up against the Rams only strengthens his position this week.



Michael Turner, Atlanta Falcons: The switch to a pass-first team is underway. Turner is hard to trust at this point.


Wide Receivers


Lance Moore, New Orleans Saints:  As long as he’s healthy Brees will look his way. He’s has a knack for getting into the end zone.



Laurent Robinson and Justin Blackmon, Jacksonville Jaguars: I don’t like either of their prospects against the stingy Texans’ defense.


Tight Ends


Coby Fleener, Indianapolis Colts: The Vikings struggle to contain tight ends and Fleener is Luck’s second option. Should lead to a nice game for the rookie.



Fred Davis, Washington Redskins: RG3 hardly looked his way in the opener. I need further convincing before I would start him over a plethora of solid TE choices out there.




Oakland Raiders: They kept San Diego from having a big offensive output. They should do the same against Miami.



Philadelphia Eagles: If you saw Baltimore pile on the points, it’s hard to trust even a solid unit like Philly’s to slow them down.


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