Each week, over at SI.com, I write the Start ‘em and Sit ‘em column, picking out which players from each game stand the best chances of helping or hurting your Fantasy Football team. So I have great respect to these colleagues, who have given up the early parts of their weeks, just to help you add another W to the win column.
Outside of weekly player rankings on most Fantasy sites, these start and sit articles are usually the most viewed articles. They get the most eyes, mostly, because people just want affirmation about some of the choices they’ve been forced to make with their lineup this week.
I took a look around this worldwide web to find as many of the Week 6 Start ‘em Sit ‘em columns out there.Let’s give these guys some credit — and then give them a piece of your mind if they’re wrong on Tuesday! (Not really. If you want to hate, write your own blog and shutty.)
Week 2 Start ‘em and Sit ‘em Columns
If you know of some Week 2 start ‘em sit ‘em columns I’m missing, please comment below, or tweet me @DavidGonos and let me know.
SportsIllustrated.com by David Gonos
Interestingly, Gonos likes three Jaguars despite the crazy expected blowout. He also likes to talk about himself in the third person.
CBSSports.com by Jamey Eisenberg
Eisenberg likes both Bengals running backs and Jaguars wide receivers, but he’s warning you against starting any of the Rams wide receivers.
BleacherReport.com by Eric Mack
I like how Emack also has his positional rankings listed along with each Start/Sit suggestion.
NFL.com by Michael Fabiano
A Cardinals receiver is picked as a possible bust this week, and Andrew Luck is listed as his Start of the Week at QB,
NumberFire.com by J.J. Zachariason
The Late Round QB guy likes Torrey Smith, while also suggesting you keep Larry Fitzgerald on the bench.
NationalFootballPost.com by Joe Fortenbaugh
Fortenbaugh thinks Knowshon Moreno will have a big day as the Broncos run it down the throats of the Jaguars.
TheFantasyFix.com by Brett
Talley goes against the grain on a few picks, suggesting you start Joe Flacco and Willis McGahee, while also warning you against starting Philip Rivers and Giovani Bernard.
TheFakeFootball.com by Mike Braude
Looks like Braude thinks both Bengals running backs should be reserved this week, while making sure you start DeAngelo Williams against the Vikings.
Again, these guys go through each matchup to find good and bad starts. They don’t think DeSean Jackson will be able too succeed on Revis Island.
GridironExperts.com by Zach Greubel
This article is more about ideal matchups, and they suggest both Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton this week against the Chargers.
FantasyPros911.com by Dan Stack
Stack suggests you sit Chris Johnson, but get Bengals RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis in your active lineup.
Hope you liked this roundup of all the Week 6 Start ‘em, Sit’em columns. Feel free to post your comments below in case I missed any!