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2010 Week Two – Wk 2 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings – Lineup Advice

During the first week of the fantasy football season fantasy owners want to see their stud players breakout for big games. Some stars like Chris Johnson and Miles Austin had big days but many stars didn’t do much.

This is typical to start the season as teams are still getting used to a full game and even bad teams tend to play well. I say all that to let you know you shouldn’t feel bad if your big players didn’t have a good day as they could as soon as week two.

Sep 12, 2010; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson (28) scores on a 56-yard touchdown run in the second quarter against the Oakland Raiders at LP Field. The Titans defeated the Raiders 38-13. Photo via Newscom

One combo I would like to see improve is Matt Schaub to Andre Johnson. The Texans wisely kept the football on the ground and gave Arian Foster a huge game. Because of the running game, Schaub barley threw for over 100 yards passing and Johnson was almost a ghost on the football field.

This won’t happen every week and it could change this weekend when the Texans square off against the Redskins. Washington has a good secondary but they are susceptible to giving up big plays at times.

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