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You don't have much time to set the ideal lineup, and the last second advice is conveniently below.
Absolutely start Domenik Hixon, especially in PPR leagues.
Not only did Hixon receive more than 10 targets from Eli Manning, he turned the looks his way into a productive evening.
The veteran had six receptions for 114 yards and was not encumbered by any lingering injury issues.
Breaking news—the Cleveland Browns secondary is not intimidating. To be more specific, they're allowing 286 yards per game through the air, and stud cornerback Joe Haden is serving the last game of his suspension.
As usual, Cruz will be New York's focal point on offense, but Hixon should, at the very least, near 10 targets at home for the G-Men.
In other words, start the guy.
Sit Devery Henderson
According to Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, receiver Lance Moore will not play against the San Diego Chargers this week.
While that news in itself is encouraging for Henderson and the small faction of his fantasy owners out there (seriously, do you have him?), don't expect a major spike in production.
He has six grabs on the year, and has never really been a consistent fantasy wideout.
Don't look too far into Moore's absence, Henderson is far too risky to drag into the starting lineup.
Start Alfred Morris
Easy one, right?
Eh, well, I still feel the need to throw it in there.
Morris has yet to fall victim to Mike Shanahan's running back carousel, and based on how he's toted the rock in the Washington Redskins' first four games, his starting job is safe in the foreseeable future.
He'll be a major contributor for the 'Skins.
Don't hold a grudge against Dennis Pitta
Pitta was one of the trendiest tight end starts after 18 catches and a touchdown in the Baltimore Ravens' first three games.
Then, fantasy disaster struck.
He was targeted twice and failed to get his name in the box score against the Cleveland Browns.
However, the Kansas City Chiefs' secondary has allowed a 114.7 QB rating to opposing quarterbacks, and they've allowed the 12th-most fantasy points to tight ends this season.
Pitta actually leads his team with 32 targets—not the most known statistic at the year's quarter pole.
(Any questions? Drop a line in the comment section, and I'll be sure to answer your question before the early games kick off.)