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As you prepare to set your lineup each week, TSN. Womens Texans
.cas NFL Editor Justin Boone breaks down some of the less
obvious matchups you should capitalize on and those you should steer clear of
for the weekend games. For specific lineup decisions, consult the Weekly Fantasy
Player Rankings. QUARTERBACKS Exploit Andrew Luck (vs. Vikings) – The number one
overall pick in Aprils draft was overshadowed by fellow rookie Robert Griffin
III in Week 1, but still managed to throw for over 300 yards and a touchdown
against the Bears. Luck will make his home debut this Sunday and will have an
easier time moving the ball versus the Vikings. Philip Rivers (vs. Titans) – The
Raiders backup long snapper handed San Diego a win on Monday night allowed
Rivers to rest his arm as the Chargers came away with a win. Rivers completed
72.7 percent of his passes in the game and now goes up against a Titans
secondary that put up little fight against the Patriots. Avoid Matt Schaub (at
Jaguars) – The Texans quarterback picked on the Dolphins to the tune of 266
yards and a score. The Texans may be the defending AFC West champions, but the
Jaguars always play them tough. Due to injury, Schaub only faced Jacksonville
once last season, and had 225 yards in the contest, which is exactly the type of
production owners should expect Sunday. Michael Vick (vs. Ravens) – Coming off a
four-interception game against the Browns, Vick will play a much more
challenging defence led by Ray Lewis. Vick posted over 300 passing yards in Week
, but he did so on 57 attempts and completed just over 50 percent of them. Vick
may be without WR Jeremy Maclin (hip pointer), which would be a significant blow
to the offence. RUNNING BACKS Exploit Alfred Morris (at Rams) – After rumbling
for 96 yards on 28 touches and two touchdowns against the Saints, the 510,
218-pound rusher has established himself as the lead back on early downs in
Washington. With Robert Griffin III powering the offence, Morris should have an
opportunity to earn extra carries playing with a lead in St. Louis.
BenJarvus Green-Ellis (vs. Browns) – The Law Firm earned his stripes in the
Bengals loss to the Ravens. Green-Ellis rushed for 91 yards and a touchdown,
while continung his streak of having never fumbled in the NFL. This week, the
Bengals will rely on him even more as they look to control the game against the
Browns.  Avoid Kevin Smith at 49ers – In Week 1, Smith had 62 yards on the
ground with a touchdown, while adding four catches for 29 yards including the
game winning score in the fourth quarter. Last weeks hero will have a much
different result when he comes up against the leagues best run defence in San
Francisco. Steven Jackson vs. Redskins – Its hard to imagine benching Jackson,
but thats exactly what you should do this week assuming you have another option
to turn to. The Rams improvements wont be enough to stop the Robert Griffin III
hype train as it rolls into and over St. Louis. With the Rams trailing, Jackson
wont get enough carries to warrant a fantasy start. WIDE RECEIVERS Exploit
Percy Harvin at Colts – Harvin had a solid all around effort against
Jacksonville tallying 104 yards on 11 touches (six catches, five rushes). With
all the hype surrounding Randall Cobb, Harvin is the player owners are hoping
Cobb develops into, a threat to score whenever he has the ball in his hands.
Now, Harvin gets to feast on a second-rate Colts defence in Week 2.
Steve Johnson vs. Chiefs – The Bills top target talked a lot of trash before the
season opener, suggesting he had Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis number. The
boxscore (four catches, 55 yards and a touchdown) looks like Johnson did alright
in the matchup, but all his production came after Revis left the game with an
injury. The good news is that Revis doesnt play for the Chiefs and Johnson will
be able to post big numbers against a defence that was victimized by the Falcons
last week. Avoid Mike Wallace (vs. Jets) – After his training camp holdout,
Steelers werent sure what to expect from Wallace in Week 1. While he didnt blow
the doors off, his stat line was saved by a touchdown. Wallace will be a
reliable fantasy contributor in 2012, but not this week against a Jets defence
that played very well in Week 1. Wallace will be held in check on the outside,
even with Darrelle Revis sitting out. Sidney Rice (vs. Cowboys) – If he was in
your starting lineup last week, you were likely pleased with Rices numbers,
which included a touchdown. The brittle Rice has been held out of practice this
week with a knee injury, but even if he takes the field Sunday he shouldnt suit
up for your fantasy squad. The Cowboys secondary looked vastly improved in the
opener thanks to the additions of Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne. TIGHT ENDS
Exploit Jacob Tamme (vs. Broncos) – Any worries that Joel Dreessen would steal
targets from Tamme were put to bed in Week 1. Tamme caught all five of his
targets and found the end zone as Manning breathed new life into the Broncos
passing game. Tamme is going to be a sure bet to work underneath routes and that
will be evident on Monday night against the Falcons. Coby Fleener (vs. Vikings)
-  Fleener made the most of his 10 targets, catching six of them for 82 yards
against the Bears Cover-2 defence. If Austin Collie remains out with a
concussion, Fleener will continue to thrive as a safety valve for his former
college teammate Andrew Luck. Avoid Brent Celek (vs. Ravens) – When youre
searching for a TE2 with TE1 upside, Celek has been a strong candidate for the
last couple seasons. Celek helped the offence by catching four passes for 65
yards against the Browns a week ago. However, things wont be so easy against the
Ravens who have the ability to take tight ends out of the game. Dennis Pitta (at
Eagles) – Stay away from tight ends in Philadelphia is the lesson here. Pitta
started the season in imprresive fashion with catches for 73 yards and a
touchdown, but its important to remember that Ed Dickson is still in Baltimore
as well. Last season, Pitta and Dickson took turns being the lead tight end for
the Ravens and it will be equally tough to predict their output on a weekly
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Jacques Rogge made the remarks at the close of several days of IOC meetings in
the city held in conjunction with a major sporting conference.NEW YORK MLS
Commissioner Don Garber suspended Seattle Sounders defender Marc Burch for three
games and fined him an undisclosed amount Saturday night for using unacceptable
and offensive language toward an opponent Thursday night in a playoff game
against Real Salt Lake. Garber also ordered Burch to attend diversity and
sensitivity training. Burch will sit out the two-game Western Conference finals
against the Los Angeles Galaxy. If the Sounders advance to the MLS Cup, he wwill
sit out the title game. Whitney Mercilus Jersey. If Seattle fails to
advance, the suspension will carry over to the first game next season. “Major
League Soccer has a zero-tolerance policy in response to this type of behaviour
from its players or staff,” Garber said. “While I understand and believe that
Mr. Burch is remorseful, Major League Soccer is committed to providing an
environment in which all individuals are treated with dignity and respect.” ’ ’

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