Every team has their must-start players. But then there are two or three decisions to be made every week on the second tier of your roster. And those decisions often come down to opposing defense. Here's a look at what projects to be some of this year's juiciest matchups for your running backs, QBs, and receivers.
You don't need to be a modern-day
The Niners are primed to give up chunks of yardage on the ground. But
The list of running backs who had big days against Denver last season doesn't exactly inspire visions of Canton:
It's nice when your quarterback or receivers are matched up against a team that not only can't stop them, but has an offense of their own that can bite back. Cincy is once again shaping up to be a great place to visit for opposing passing games. Second-year corner
It never fair to blame a team's woes on one player. But it's also not far off to say this is all
To fix the problem, the Saints are going with a strength in numbers approach across from