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Fantasy football Week 2 lineups: Start, sit and sleepers

How about that Lamar Jackson?

Few foresaw the Ravens quarterback having such a strong Week 1 with five touchdown passes. But that's what the first weeks of the season are about: surprises.

(And in case you're wondering, Jackson is a fair bet again this week against the Cardinals, though you may have better options. See below.)

Such unexpected gifts are hard to predict. There are, however, some Week 2 matchups where it's hard to go wrong.

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Start

1. Tom Brady, QB, Patriots at Dolphins

It's only one week, but Brady's fantasy owners have to feel better about a couple of offseason worries: Rob Gronkowski's retirement would hasten Brady's decline as a top-tier fantasy producer, and the Patriots were becoming more of a run-first team.

Brady's 341-yard, three-touchdown performance against the Steelers quieted those concerns. In the long term, the Patriots need to do more to establish the running game (they got

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