After last weekend, some people may be questioning my rule to play your starters for the first few weeks. If you didn't win or some of your starters underperformed, it can be tempting to start messing around with your lineup, but you have to stick to the plan if you want to win later on. Why? Offenses don't really kick in until the second or third week, so you've got to give your guys a chance to perform and you've got to see if they can do it consistently. Anyone can be shut down if the defense pays enough attention to him, but if your studs can play through that and deliver a few weeks in a row, you know you've got a player you can ride for the season. If not, then you know you have to start looking around. So for the most part, stick with your high picks for now.
Of course, if one of your studs got injured, you have to do something. It looks like
As far as who looks good this week among running backs, I like both of the Panthers carriers,
With all the hype out there, I expect