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2013 Fantasy Football, Week Two Rankings

Week one is in the books there plenty of good and bad calls alike. We were way too low on Eli, and too high on Brady. But we were right to be down on Cam. We whiffed on Zach Sudfeld, but we were probably higher than most on Brandon Myers and Brent Celek. As always, you win some and you lose some. We’ll give it another go this week. Below you’ll see Brett & Alan’s individual and consensus rankings for this week.

Feel free to leave your sit/start questions in the comments below, but know that we will likely defer to our rankings to determine who we’d suggest. If you do leave your questions, be sure to leave all pertinent league information along with your questions.

Best of luck in week two!

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At quarterback you won’t see many disagreements between Alan and Brett among the top 12 guys. They pretty much agree on who should be starting in standard 10/12 team leagues. The only big difference is Brett still has Romo as a top 12 play, but Alan may be a little more worried about Romo’s health.

At running back Alan may also me a little more worried about health than Brett when it comes to Arian Foster. It’s also interesting to note that Alan has Eddie Lacy ranked 9 and Trent Richardson ranked 20 while Brett has Richardson at 9 and Lacy at 20. These are just a few of the many differences of opinion the guys have at running back.

There are quite a few differences at receiver as well, but it’s most interesting to note how Dez Bryant and Roddy White are ranked. Brett still has Dez as an elite option for the week while Alan has him at 16. And Brett has Roddy as a clear sit this week ranked at 35, but Alan still has him as a borderline play ranked at 20.

And at tight end Alan is fully buying in on Julius Thomas and Jordan Cameron while Brett is a little more reserved.

Have a question about our other rankings? Leave us a comment below.

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  1. Pat Laz
    September 11, 2013 at 9:50 am — Reply

    Just wondering where you feel Josh Gordon will fit in WR ranks after he comes back from suspension? Worth keeping around for a flex/wr3 or drop for someone like a Hartline waiver claim? Have Dez/Colston/Garçon starting for now. 10 team stnd scoring. Thanks!

    • September 11, 2013 at 12:08 pm — Reply

      I like Gordon when he returns but not more than Hartline. I think Hartline is barely a top 30 receiver and Gordon is just outside the top 30.

    • Mitch
      September 13, 2013 at 2:01 pm — Reply

      I have Bryant, Vincent Jackson, Garcon (in a 3WR league) and I’m holding on to Gordon as my only other WR. I would hold on to Gordon (and I am).

    • September 14, 2013 at 6:19 pm — Reply

      I like Gordon (barely) over Hartline in a standard format, especially if you don’t have to burn your waiver priority.

  2. Jack
    September 11, 2013 at 6:35 pm — Reply

    My only viable options at WR are T. Smith, B. Hartline, and G. Tate. Which two should I start?

    Also, I liked the Philly-Washington game just as much as you guys… but Celek way above Olsen? I have them both and I’m still debating which I should start.

    • Mitch
      September 13, 2013 at 1:58 pm — Reply

      Tate and Hartline.

    • September 14, 2013 at 6:16 pm — Reply

      I like Smith/Hartline here, especially in a PPR format. And yes, I’d rather start Celek over Olsen, but wouldn’t blame you if you stuck with the Panther.

  3. gator boots
    September 12, 2013 at 9:56 am — Reply

    some one offered to tarde arron rodgers for my rb moris from washington. do you think that woild be a good idea?, i have russell wilson as my qb, mccoy and Deangilo williams as my back up. also im having trouble choosing defense. should i stick with buccaneers week 2?

    • Mitch
      September 13, 2013 at 1:57 pm — Reply

      Rodgers is a great QB, but I wouldn’t trade Morris, period. Much more valuable. Hold on to your RBs, there aren’t enough of them. As for defense, consider Miami if you have that option (it’s hard to suggest a D/ST when every league is different).

  4. Mitch
    September 13, 2013 at 2:15 pm — Reply

    Yahoo! PPR 10 Team
    Receiving > 10 yards = 1 pt. TD = 6 pts.
    Rushing > 10 yards = 1 pt, TD = 6 pts.
    Receptions > 1 rec. = .25 pt.
    Fumble Lost > 1 lost = -2 pts.

    WR1: Dez Bryant
    WR2: Mike Williams, Cecil Shorts, or James Jones?

    I could also sit Marshawn Lynch and play Lacy at RB1 (already started Ridley (4.00 pts) at RB2), instead of FLEX, and play 2 of the 3 WRs above. But not starting Lynch (even against the 49ers) is crazy, right?

    • September 14, 2013 at 6:21 pm — Reply

      Love Lacy this week, more than Lynch, but sitting your #1 guy is always hard to do. I’d prefer to start a guy like Williams and keep both backs in your lineup.

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