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NFL Fantasy Weekly Rankings PPR and H2H Leagues | Week Two

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Miami Dolphins v Atlanta Falcons

Week one of the fantasy football schedule is already behind us. Hopefully, your fantasy team got off to a good start to begin the year.

This week we have our weekly section on wounded warriors, as well as our top rankings for top position players. We have the top 16 ranked QB, TE, K and D/ST ranked. We also have the top 30 RB’s and top 40 WR’s as well.

Every week we will start off with our wounded warrior’s section. These are the key players that are on the injury report that you need to pay attention too before games begin.

Wounded Warrior’s

Donovan McNabb vs Saints – McNabb has missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday, so far this week. At this point in time, it looks like he will be a scratch. Even if he can play, the Eagles will probably run the ball and throw short passes.

Matt Cassel vs Raiders- Right now I hope you have a better option than Cassel on your team to start. However, he should make players like Dwayne Bowe more valuable, when he’s on the field.

At this point in time, it looks like Cassel may in fact play, so hopefully we can expect better production from Bowe and Larry Johnson.

Kyle Orton vs Browns- Orton is still wearing padded protection in his injured finger. Eddie Royal and Brandon Marshall may suffer a bit, while Orton is recovering. At the same time, all three players should have opportunities for success this week.

LaDainian Tomlinson vs Ravens- Tomlinson has missed practice both days this week. Right now he is wearing a protective boot on his injured ankle. Even if LT does play this week he is a poor bet for production against Baltimore.

If you have other options to start, I would bench Tomlinson this week.

Pierre Thomas vs @ Eagles- Thomas has been practicing with a heavy knee brace and his status for this week is up in the air.

Thomas did say on his twitter that he is ready to go for this week. This is a good sign, but even if he does it will probably be in a limited role.

Antonio Bryant vs @ Bills- Bryant makes for a bad play this week as he is still recovering from knee surgery. Last week he pulled himself out of the game. Look for other options this week.

Anquan Boldin vs @ Jaguars- Boldin said his hamstring is much better than last week, but it is still not 100%. Unless you have a deep receiving core, I would suggest you keep Boldin in the lineup.

T.J. Houshmandzadeh vs @ 49ers- Housh is listed as probable this week with back and rib issues. He should be fine for the game as the Seahawks and 49ers fight for first place in the division.

Brandon Marshall vs Browns- Marshall is not listed on the injury report. This is a good sign, but he will still need some time to get into playing shape. If you have good depth you might consider benching him until he proves he’s back.

Jeremy Shockey vs @ Eagles- Shockey was limited on Thursday’s practice with an ankle issue. However, he is not expected to miss the game and should be a decent start this week.

Quarterback

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

Kickers

  • 1. Rob Bironas- Texans
  • 2. Nick Folk- Giants
  • 3. Stephin Gostkowski- @ Jets
  • 4. Ryan Longwell- @ Lions
  • 5. Nate Kaeding- Ravens
  • 6. Niel Rackers- @ Jaguars
  • 7. Lawrence Tynes- @ Cowboys
  • 8. Josh Scobee- Cardinals
  • 9. Kris Brown- @ Titans
  • 10. Robbie Gould- Steelers
  • 11. Matt Prater- Browns
  • 12. Joe Nedney- Seahawks
  • 13. Steven Hauschka- @ Chargers
  • 14. Mason Crosby- Bengals (Check Injury Report)
  • 15. Ryan Succop- Raiders
  • 16. David Akers- Saints

Defense/ Special Teams

Fantasy Football Information writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com

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