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2010 Week Two – Wk 2 PPR Fantasy Football Player Rankings – Starter Help

Dez Bryant may have only posted around 50 yards receiving in the first week of the season, but he did have eight catches. In PPR leagues Bryant will be more valuable if he continues to rack up the catches. Bryant has been of great discussion in the Dallas area and in the National media.

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 02: Wide receiver Dez Bryant  of the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium on September 2, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

One sign that Bryant may be close to winning a starting job is that Roy Williams wasn’t effective in the first game as Bryant helped his quarterback down the stretch. Williams did almost have a touchdown to win the game against the Redskins so maybe the Cowboys will give him more time as the starter.

Matt Forte Goes Crazy

Forte has a ridiculous game with over 150 yards receiving and to long touchdowns in the passing game week one. It looks like Forte is clearly back to good health as that plagued him in 2009. While Forte will struggle at times in the running game, he should have a nice season for the value fantasy owners got him this season.

If he can throw a couple more big games in like week one he could be a top fifteen scorer at running back this season for PPR leagues.

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NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com

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