Fantasy Football Quarterback Preview To Make Sure You Win Week 2

Even after just one week of NFL action, everyone either gets attached to their fantasy QB or jumps off of the bandwagon entirely. We all like to believe that everything we watched from the first game will be an accurate representation of how the season will play out. However, that’s almost never the case. So with that in mind, here’s what to expect in Week 2:

3 Must-Start Quarterbacks This Week

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Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons
Wrist StretchThe Falcons made a statement last week and the Giants present an interesting matchup this week on the road. They have a rookie starting at running back so they’re going to rely on the pass and they like to throw to one guy in particular. Ryan should have a field day in the Meadowlands this weekend.
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Ryan Tannehill – Miami Dolphins
Wrist StretchHe’s playing the Jaguars – that’s all you need to know.
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Sam Bradford – Philadelphia Eagles
Wrist StretchDespite his two picks, he threw for over 300 yards last week. The entire Eagles team is pissed off after blowing it against Atlanta. It also happens to be DeMarco Murray’s first game against Dallas. Bradford will have over 300 yards again this week.
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Quarterback ‘Bust’ Of The Week
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Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers
Wrist StretchLet’s start with this: Houston doesn’t have that good of a defense. Alex Smith picked them apart last week. But Carolina still has an atrocious offensive line, and they’re facing J.J. Watt.
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Deep Sleeper Quarterback Of The Week
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Ryan Fitzpatrick – New York Jets
Wrist StretchSure, Ryan isn’t an ideal fantasy commodity and there’s no doubt you feel uncomfortable if he’s in your starting lineup. But, c’mon, you know better than to bet against Fitz on Monday Night. Plus, he’s playing the Colts, who managed to make Tyrod Taylor look like a legitimate fantasy quarterback last week.
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