Matt: Fantasy Football Week 1 Start'em or Sit'em

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CEDRIC BENSON: Week one against the Broncos. Look for the Bengals to be running a lot in the second half.

MATT RYAN: Matt's going to want to establish his connection with Roddy White early in the season. Expect the same for new tight end Tony Gonzalez.

RAY RICE: First game as the Raven's official starter. Yes, there will be a time share, but then again the Ravens are playing the Chiefs.

ALL OF YOUR SAINTS: Seriously, if you have any, put them in your line-up. That goes for Henderson and Moore as well. Playing the Lions at home, I'd start the Saints offensive line if I could.

DeSEAN JACKSON: He will have a good day, breaking at least one big one for a score.

VINCENT JACKSON AND CHRIS CHAMBERS: Whether it makes sense or not, San Diego is an air-it-out team now, and they're playing a Raiders team that will be too concerned with LaDainian Tomlinson and Antonio Gates.

ANTONIO GATES: I said the Raiders would be concerned with him, not that they would stop him.

OWEN DANIELS: Quarterback Matt Schaub seems to like this guy, and he compliments the three headed monster of Schaub, halfback Steve Slaton and receiver Andre Johnson well.


ANY TITAN OR STEELER NOT NAMED CHRIS JOHNSON: Go ahead and start LenDale too if he's a flex play or a third running back, but find something better if you can. This game will just not have the offensive numbers to be productive. 10-7 anyone?

RYAN GRANT: The Packers are going to win, but not because Grant rushes for over a hundred yards.

CLINTON PORTIS: I'm scared to say it, but last year Portis only managed 106 rushing yards in the two games that he played against the Giants.

LARRY JOHNSON: The times of Larry being a stud are far behind him. That and with Matt Cassel injured the Ravens will be filling the box with nine defenders a lot. I'll give the win to the Ravens.

SANTANA MOSS: Once again Moss is a Redskin up against the Giants defense with Jason Campbell running the team.

BRAYLON EDWARDS: Sorry Braylon, you're going to have to play your way back into my lineup.

JAY CUTLER: Not yet. Let's just see what happens.


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