Week 2 of the NFL/fantasy football season will kick off Thursday September 13th, 2012 as the Chicago Bears travel to Green Bay to face the Packers. Before the games, you will want to make sure you have your fill of start/sit advice from our analysts and community here at Fantasy Team Advice.
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One of the toughest decisions a fantasy owner has to make every week is between borderline players, and with the number of breakout talents from week 1, there will be plenty of tough decisions in week 2. Players like Alshon Jeffery, Kevin Ogletree, Stephen Hill, Alfred Morris and more will be borderline plays in week 2, and you have come to the right place to get answers.
Do you find yourself in a similar situation? Fantasy owners of first week duds like Wes Welker and Santonio Holmes will really have tough choices to make as they have to decide between a proven veteran, and a fantasy sleeper pick off the waiver wire.
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