So Andy Reid is bringing his 2-0 Chiefs into Philadelphia for a reunion with his old team. Incentives to win? I’d say so. With that little bit of added drama, which always makes for some extra fun and entertainment, we’ve got two teams who are capable of putting up a fair amount of points this week and that is certainly going to make for some interesting fantasy football fallout. All signs are pointing to this one being an “all hands on deck” type of game for your fantasy players, similar to how you wanted to start everyone in the Denver/Baltimore Thursday night game during Week 1. There should be points galore and you’re going to want to take advantage of it. Here’s how I see this game unfolding for the fantasy community.
While we always spend so much time suggesting to you that you grab this particular wide receiver or that particular running back, we often forget to tell you which situations or players to avoid. It might seem like basic fantasy common sense, but when you’re sifting through your waiver wire here in the early goings of the season, desperately looking for some unfound gem in a quarry filled with lumps of coal, even the slightest glimmer of hope can become exaggerated to the point where you’re tempted to drop someone from your roster to take a chance. So for today, rather than hype someone who may not even deserve a look, let alone a roster spot, we’re going to take a bit harsher a point of view and go over those situations around the NFL that you’re going to want to avoid this year.