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Week Two – Start \ Sit

By The Troll 
START QB Drew Bledsoe, Dallas – A lot of people are down on Bledsoe after his awful week one showing, but the fact remains that Bledsoe gets to throw the ball to Terrell Owens. He also won’t have to get the ball to Owens in spite of Jaguars corner Rashean Mathis. Washington’s top corner, Shawn Springs, is injured, so it should be a very productive night for both Owens and his quarterback.

SIT QB Jake Delhomme, Carolina – Which Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Delhomme will show up this week? The one that threw 24 touchdowns last season, or the one that threw 16 interceptions? Without Steve Smith, my money is on option B.

START RB Rueben Droughns, Cleveland – Another player a lot of people are down on after a terrible week one. The Bengals rush defense is less than stellar and I expect Droughns will have a nice bounce back game.

START RB Jamal Lewis, Baltimore – The Raiders suck.

SIT RB Lamont Jordan, Oakland – Unless Oakland’s offensive line starts to look like a unit that shouldn’t have made it past cut-down day, keep the Beast on the bench.

SIT RB Fred Taylor, Jacksonville – Taylor managed to find his way into the end zone in week, meaning he only needs two more to match his total from last year. However, Taylor was bottled up by the Cowboys and things should be much rougher against the stout Steelers rush D.

START WR Lee Evans, Buffalo – In his last tangle with the Phags, Evans had three touchdowns in the first quarter alone. Chances are, he was probably on your bench. Don’t make the same mistake twice.

START WR Keenan McCardell, San Diego – The Titans pass defense is atrocious. Expect LT to get his share of carries, but also don’t expect Phillip Rivers to only put the ball in the air 11 times.

SIT New England Patriot WRs – How can you start a player that doesn’t exist?

SIT WR Keyshawn Johnson, Carolina – It seems fairly obvious that Johnson and QB Jake Delhomme have yet to establish a rapport. Last week, with MeShawn #1 on the depth chart, Delhomme threw more passes in the direction of Drew Carter. It wouldn’t surprise me to see Darren Sharper catch more of Jake’s passes than Key does.

That’s all for this week. Thanks and come again.

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