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Weekly Fantasy Football Picks for ScoreStreak Week 2
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Brees came up small for us last week, but the three rushing touch downs the Saints scored should be the exception, and not the rule. The Browns allowed almost 400 yards to Ben Roethlisberger, so Brees should have plenty of opportunity to put up some numbers here.
Yep! I'm taking Brady over Manning this week. Brady was so embarrassed by last week's performance that this has all the makings of a revenge game for him, Belichick, and what's left of the evil empire. While Minny's D looked great in week 1, they allowed the 2nd most passing yards of any team last year, and I think they don't get quite so lucky against what ought to be a recharged Pats team.
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With 27 touches and 115 total yards, it is clear that the Birds plan on employing Shady just as actively as they did last year, even if they have Sproles to feed as well. The Colts allowed the 7th most rushing yards last year, and this could be a nice spot for him.
Not a controversial play, I wouldn't think. The Pats got blown up by Knowshon Moreno, and Peterson is probably just a liiiiiiiiitle bit better than Knowshon is. I do think the Pats will have a solid lead, but that shouldn't stop AD from getting his and then some.
He's a target machine, and if the Redskins are going to play as conservatively as they showed during week 1, Garcon should exceed any reception total you'll need for him.
It's hard to imagine Stafford getting away from Megatron in this one. A tougher opposing D in Carolina means tougher sledding for everyone in Detroit, and when that happens, you have to think it means that Stafford will look for his favorite superhero.