Week Two of the NFL season is basically spent figuring if what happened in Week One will be representative of what will happen in 2008. As a general rule, this applies to everything that I saw fantasy-wise in Week One, but I'm still looking for information to make future fantasy analysis easier.
Here is what I am watching for in each of this week's games.
CHI @ CAR 1:00 PM
Which road winner from Week One is for real?
TEN @ CIN 1:00 PM
How does Tennessee distribute the RB carries? Is Cincinnati as bad as they appeared?
GB @ DET 1:00 PM
Is Detroit's run defense as bad as it looked against the Atlanta Falcons? Will Aaron Rodgers repeat his passing efficiency?
BUF @ JAC 1:00 PM
How will Buffalo do on the road? Does Jacksonville have an offense?
OAK @ KC 1:00 PM
Is the Oakland defense really bad? Can Kansas City take advantage if it is?
IND @ MIN 1:00 PM
One of these teams is starting 0-2. What will be the reason?
NYG @ STL 1:00 PM
Is Steven Jackson next season's Larry Johnson at the draft table? Can Eli Manning look as good against the Rams as Donovan McNabb did?
NO @ WAS 1:00 PM
Without WR Marques Colston, which WR steps up as a legit fantasy option? What will Washington's passing attack look like?
SF @ SEA 4:05 PM
Are the Seahwaks as bad as they look? Will a 49er WR step-up?
ATL @ TB 4:05 PM
How well will the Falcons run the ball?
MIA @ ARI 4:15 PM
Is TE Anthony Fasano as good as he produced in Week One? Will RB Tim Hightower vulture another rushing TD?
SD @ DEN 4:15 PM
How does San Diego respond to the loss of Shawn Merriman against an apparent offensive juggarnaut on the road?
BAL @ HOU PPD
If a game had been played: Will a legitmate fantasy player emerge on Baltimore ex-Willis McGahee? If rookie RB Steve Slaton starts, how does he do?
NE @ NYJ 4:15 PM
This is the most interesting fantasy game of the week. How will the Patriots' offense look? Will the Jets offense looks as good as it did against the Dolphins - strong passing attack/good ground game?
PIT @ CLE 8:15 PM
Anyone not watching to see how the Cleveland passing attack performs after the putridity of Week one thinks this is Week One. As a matter of fact, add in how its defense does, too.
PHI @ DAL 8:30 PM
Is Philadelphia's pass defense as good as it looked against the Rams? The Cowboys will provide the answer. How well does rookie RB Felix Jones do in the follow-up to his successful debut?