10 players to start in fantasy football for Week 2

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Sony Michel is primed for a bounce-back in fantasy football in Week 2.
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Week 2 of the NFL season is here.We’ve picked out 10 players to start in fantasy football this week.Our list avoids obvious start ’ems and instead targets players that some fantasy football players may be on the fence about starting or sitting. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Week 2 of the NFL season is here, and with it, the toughest choices many NFL fans face each week: setting their lineups in fantasy. After an exciting Week 1, we’ve picked out 10 players to start this week. This list avoids obvious players — of course you’re going to start Odell Beckham Jr. — and targets players who may be on the cusp of starting or sitting for many fantasy football players. They may not be sleepers, but they’re players we think are primed for a big Week 2. Check out 10 start ’ems for fantasy football in Week 2 below.

Giovani Bernard.
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Team: Cincinnati Bengals Week 2 opponent: vs. San Francisco 49ers Why you should start him: Joe Mixon is questionable for Week 2, and even if he plays, he should be limited. Bernard racked up 63 total yards against a stout Seahawks defense last week. Bernard should get plenty of work in what figures to be a close game (Cincinnati -2) against a 49ers defense that allowed the Bucs 121 yards rushing yards on 4.7 yards per carry in Week 1.

Curtis Samuel.
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Team: Carolina Panthers Week 2 opponent: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Why you should start him: Samuel drew rave reviews in training camp as a breakout receiver, but had a quiet Week 1, going for 3 catches and 32 yards. Though he only saw four targets — behind Christian McCaffrey, D.J. Moore, and Greg Olsen — he was still on the field for 92.5% of snaps. Against a Bucs team that ranked last in defense last year (albeit under a different coaching staff), with Olsen b

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