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Tampa Bay Buccaneers v New Orleans Saints

The second round of the NFL fantasy football playoff matchups are now upon us and the top teams of each conference will play their first game.

Defense should play a factor in most games this week but one game that could post huge numbers is the contest between the Cardinals and Saints. Good luck in round two of the 2010 NFL fantasy football playoffs.

Playoff Games This week

  • Cowboys vs. Vikings
  • Jets vs. Chargers
  • Cardinals vs. Saints
  • Ravens vs. Colts


  • Drew Brees
  • Kurt Warner
  • Tony Romo
  • Brett Favre
  • Peyton Manning
  • Philip Rivers
  • Mark Sanchez
  • Joe Flacco

Running Backs

  • Ray Rice
  • Adrian Peterson
  • Felix Jones
  • Beanie Wells
  • Joseph Addai
  • Ladainian Tomlinson
  • Thomas Jones
  • Pierre Thomas
  • Shonn Greene
  • Willis McGahee
  • Reggie Bush
  • Tim Hightower

Wide Receivers

  • Larry Fitzgerald
  • Miles Austin
  • Marcus Colston
  • Reggie Wayne
  • Sidney Rice
  • Vincent Jackson
  • Steve Breaston (If Boldin Is Out)
  • Robert Meachem
  • Roy Williams
  • Percy Harvin
  • Austin Collie
  • Derrick Mason
  • Malcom Floyd
  • Braylon “Stone Hands” Edwards

Tight Ends

  • Dallas Clark
  • Antonio Gates
  • Visanthe Shaincoe
  • Dustin Keller
  • Jason Witten
  • Jeremy Shockey
  • Todd Heap (Check Health)


  • Nate Kaeding
  • Ryan Longwell
  • Niel Rackers
  • Jay Feely
  • Billy Cundiff
  • Garrett Hartley
  • Matt Stover
  • Shaun Suisham

Defense/ ST

  • Cowboys
  • Jets
  • Chargers
  • Vikings
  • Ravens
  • Saints
  • Colts
  • Cardinals

NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings writer Sean E. Douglas:

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Comments (2)

  • Anonymous

    In a flex ppr league Clark or Colston?

  • Sean Douglas- fantasy-info

    If it's just for this week than I would go with Colston. Saints vs Cardinals is the one true matchups that should produce a tone of scoring this week.

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