Week Two Reaches

It certainly will be a major challenge to be as accurate as last week, but there
are some matches that stand out:

Quarterback

Joe Flacco at San Diego – As we predicted, the Ravens would start
throwing more on first down and they did that quite a bit last week. OC Cam
Cameron has clearly decided to give Flacco the ball early and he’s coming
through. Look for him to exploit the shaky Charger secondary in what could be a
high-scoring game.

Kerry Collins vs. Houston – We know that they can just as easily run the
ball all game and win, but look for Collins to make some big plays in the first
three quarters when the game is relatively close. He shouldn’t have a problem
throwing for two TDs in this game.

Jason Campbell vs. St. Louis – He’s not exactly trustworthy, but the Ram
secondary is weak. The problem is their front-four can’t find any kind of
consistent pass rush. Look for 225 yards and 1-2 TDs from Campbell.

Kevin Kolb vs. New Orleans – He hasn’t looked good in relief appearances, but he’ll get a
chance to start in what should be a high-scoring game. He has plenty of talent around him,
so Kolb should be able to post good numbers [...]

About Matthew Camp

Matthew Camp

Camp has been a fantasy football player since 1997, when he remembers using the box scores from the New York Daily News.

About Matthew Camp

About Joseph Dolan

Joe Dolan

Joe is a son of the video-game age - his extensive knowledge of NFL rosters dates back to the early 1990s.


About Joseph Dolan

About Tom Brolley

Tom Brolley

Brolley was blessed with the mobility of Peyton Manning, but lacked his encyclopedic football knowledge and rocket arm.

About Tom Brolley

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