Week 5 is here, and a lot of starters are out.
So who do you start? Well, I can tell you.
This is a slideshow about who to start and who to sit in fantasy football. This slideshow will contain backups who are filling in for starters and some other people that you might not expect.
So now all I have to say is good luck this week in fantasy.
Tony Romo has played well this year, but too many turnovers have cost them two games.
But this week, the Cowboys are ready to become 2-2 for the second straight year. If the Cowboys run the ball like they have been the past couple of weeks, then expect Romo to throw the ball at least 35 times.
The Titans should have trouble stopping the speed and power of the trio of Austin, Dez, and Williams. Look for Romo to put up big numbers and get about 25 points.
I will admit, Kyle Orton has played above expectations this year, but he is going up a really tough Ravens defense.
Orton will be using his feet more this week with Ray Lewis and Haloti Ngata coming at him. When he gets rid of the ball, look for the Ravens good secondary to force a turnover
So don't start Orton this week. I see a bunch of turnovers coming.
Ryan Torain is going up against tough Green Bay Packers squad.
But expect Torain to get a good amount of points this week because he will be starting over the injured Clinton Portis for the next 4-6 weeks. Also expect to see about 15 carries for him for a touchdown and maybe 80 yards.
L.T. and the Jets are going up against a Minnesota team that has been struggling on offense, but has looked awesome on defense.
With the Vikings having one of the best run defenses in the league, I wouldn't start him. Yes, he looked like the 2006 L.T. in Week 4, but that was against the Bills, who don't have a very good defense.
San Francisco has looked awful so far this year.
But going up against a Philadelphia team with their No. 1 cornerback, Asante Samuel, out, expect Crabtree to have a much better game than his past 4. He sould be looking at a TD or two, so I would definitely start him.
Although going up against a weak Houston pass defense, you should sit Steve Smith.
He has not done anything this year and I really don't expect him to do anything against Houston, either. His highest amount of points this year is 10, and that is bad for a starter.
Marcedes Lewis has definitely been playing well this year, and he should play even better going up against one of the worst teams in the league.
Expect Lewis to get over 100 yards and a couple of touchdowns. You should especially expect this because he is going up against a shaky Bills defense.
Matt Schaub has played really well this year, but he hasn't been passing to Daniels much this year. So don't expect Owen Daniels to do much this week, just like he hasn't done this whole year.
Peyton Manning (Indianapolis Colts)
Carson Palmer (Cincinnati Bengals)
Maurice Jones-Drew (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Cedric Benson (Cincinnati Bengals)
Dez Bryant (Dallas Cowboys)
Calvin Johnson (Detroit Lions)
Jermichael Finley (Green Bay Packers)
Brett Favre (Minnesota Vikings)
Vince Young (Tennessee Titans)
Ahmad Bradshaw (New York Giants)
Chris "Beanie" Wells (Arizona Cardinals)
Nate Washington (Tennessee Titans)
Santana Moss (Washington Redskins)
Kellen Winslow (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)