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By jerseys130 on Oct 30, 2013 02:44 AM
A look back at Week 2 in Fantasy Football


Eli Manning, NYG (at STL) Chaching! Manning outshined his older brother by throwing for 260 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in a rout of the Rams. He will get another easy assignment in Week 3 vs. the sorry Bengals, so make sure you get him active in all formats. Verdict: YAY!


Jake Delhomme, CAR (vs. CHI) Strike one. Delhomme got off to an awful start against the Bears and only managed 128 yards and an interception in a win over Chicago. No Fantasy points for victories, unfortunately. Verdict: DOH!AP Photo / SladkyDid anyone think Carson Palmer would get off to such a horrible start?


Carson Palmer, CIN (vs. TEN) Last week I said: "I'm going with this pick here because he simply can't be horrendous two weeks in a row, can he?" Uh, oh yes he http://www.officialbuccaneersfootball.com/Black+Mark+Barron+Jersey can. OK, so the weather didn't help much, but that's my fault for not checking the Weather Channel. Verdict: DOH!


Dang it, why didn't I pick? Aaron Rodgers, GB (328/3/0); Jay Cutler, DEN (350/4/1); Kurt Warner, ARI (361/3/0).


David Garrard, JAX (vs. BUF) As I expected, Garrard found yards hard to come by in Week 2 as the Bills limited him to just 165 yards and an interception. He now has three picks this year, matching his total from all of last season. Verdict: YAY!


Matt Cassel, NE (at NYJ) Cassel did enough to win in Week 2, but his stats weren't great as he managed only 165 yards passing with no touchdowns. Following in the footsteps of Brady, that's a massively underachieving outing. Verdict: YAY!


Philip Rivers, SD (at DEN) I knew 3for3 in this category was asking too much. Rivers seemed intent on going passforpass with Cutler and finished with 377 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. Ouch. Verdict: DOH!


Dang it, why didn't I pick? Matt Hasselbeck, SEA (189/0/2); Chad Pennington, MIA (112/0/0); JaMarcus Russell, OAK (55/0/0).


AP Photo / ZurgaLarry Johnson is anything but as happy as Larry in Kansas City.


Larry Johnson, KC (vs. OAK) A bad start to this category, as Johnson was held to just 22 rushing yards on 12 carries. Then he came out after the game and complained about his role with the team. LJ, shut up and play, ya clown. Verdict: DOH!


Brian Westbrook, PHI (at DAL) Like the filling in a sandwich, Westbrook was a tasty pick here in between two bland pieces of crappy storebrand bread. The Eagles stud finished with only 58 yards on the ground, but he ran for two touchdowns and caught one other. Verdict: YAY!


Laurence Maroney, NE (at NYJ) I said Maroney was a risky Nike Mark Barron Jersey pick, and I was right. He started off well with eight early carries, all be it for 16 yards, but then got hurt and never returned. I'm blaming Belichick for everything. Verdict: DOH!


Dang it, why didn't I pick? Julius Jones, SEA (127/1); Darren McFadden, OAK (164/1); Jonathan Stewart, CAR (77/2).


Fred Taylor/Maurice JonesDrew, JAX (vs. BUF) The Jaguars were always in for a tough time in Week 2 against the solid Bills D and their two RBs found the yards hard to come by on Sunday. JonesDrew did find the end zone, but was held to 17 yards rushing, while Taylor rushed 14 times for 49 yards. Verdict: YAY!


Julius Jones, SEA (vs. SF) Man, this one really came out of nowhere. With no receivers and a makeshift offensive line, Jones still somehow managed Mark Barron Black Jersey to produce 127 yards and a touchdown. Verdict: DOH!


Jamal Lewis, CLE (vs. PIT) When I saw the weather forecast for Sunday night I was worried that Lewis would get a ton of carries and a bunch of yards against the Steelers. However, that wasn't to be as the Browns offense struggled once again and Lewis was held to 38 yards on the ground and 28 in the air. Verdict: YAY!


Dang it, why didn't I pick? Ryan Grant, GB (20/0); Ricky Williams, MIA (28/0); Michael Turner, ATL (42/0).


AP PhotoLarry Fitzgerald is a tough man to cover with his size and speed.


Larry Fitzgerald, ARI (vs. MIA) While I wasn't happy with my Dolphins' performance on Sunday, I couldn't help but smile as Fitzgerald looked like a man among boys while dominating the Miami secondary for Mark Barron Jersey Ebay six catches and 153 yards. Verdict: YAY!


Muhsin Muhammad, CAR (vs. CHI) We're going to have our first MEH of the week here as Muhammad suffered mightily from a poor outing by Delhomme, yet still managed to come up with five catches for 59 yards and had a touchdown called back for holding. Verdict: MEH


Terrell Owens, DAL (vs. PHI) Owens did his usual stellar work on Monday night as he lit up his former team for 89 yards and two touchdowns. While he's had better nights, that will do for me. Verdict: YAY!


Dang it, why didn't I pick? Calvin Johnson, DET (129/2); Santana Moss, WAS (164/1); Brandon Marshall (18/166/1).


Everyone on the Seahawks (vs. SF) I think I would consider a guy lost for the year with a torn MCL (Logan Payne) and another guy out 34 weeks with a calf strain (Seneca Wallace) a bit of a Week 2 dud. Verdict: YAY!


Devery Henderson, NO (at WAS) As I expected, David Patten was the most active WR for the Saints in their Week 2 loss to the Redskins, and that meant only a small outing for Henderson, who managed just two catches for six yards. Verdict: YAY!


Andre Johnson, HOU (vs. BAL) Now then, what do I consider this one. Considering I didn't know they were going to cancel the game and that hopefully some of you benched him anyway because I suggested it, I'm going to consider this one a moral victory! Verdict: YAY!


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