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Fantasy Football Buy or Sell – Week 2 2013/2014


Disappointed with some of your players’ performances on the weekend, or perhaps you are looking to take advantage of some stellar play? Here is a list of players you should be looking to either BUY or SELL after week one:


Eli Manning, New York Giants: Its easy to forget the other Manning given the numbers Peyton put up, and the Giants loss to the Cowboys. However Eli himself threw for 450 yards on 42 passes. Intercepts a concern. Up next, the Broncos, brother v brother.

Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers: A rough start to the season against the Seahawks, but hell bounce back quickly… up next, the Buffalo Bills.

Mike Wallace, Miami Dolphins: Only the 1 catch? Ouch! Look to capitalize on an unhappy owner. He need to time build chemistry with Tannehill.

Eric Decker, Denver Broncos: It was just one week. Peyton has so many weapons, but his preferences will change each week based on the matchup. Be patient.

Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions: Yes, crazy that he is here, but you just never know after a four-reception effort on the weekend.

Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City Chiefs: Saw very little targets, hence catches. Look for Alex Smith to get him more involved.

Jared Cook, St Louis Rams: Should have had a two TD performance. Clearly a far better environment for him this year. 10 targets for 141 yards… wow!

Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers: See Newton, Cam, above. Coming off a tough matchup, Olsen is relied upon by his QB.

LeBron James, Dallas Cowboys??? (pictured): Ok, now we are just joking with you, but nice to speculate him taking his talents to The Cowboys.


Anquan Boldin, San Francisco 49ers: We actually had him quite high in a our pre-season ranks, so while him doing well is no surprise, him doing really well was. He’s unlikely to reach over 200 yards again this season.

Brian Hartline, Miami Dolphins: Yes, we have him as a waiver wire pickup, but if you can pick him up, look to flick him on. He’ll be inconsistent all season.

Danny Amendola, New England Patriots: He is coming off a great game (as expected), but he also got injured (as expected). Trade him while you can before he breaks down and Gronk returns.