Sep 14, 2012
It’s only been one week in the 2012-13 season and already people are claiming that New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has finally arrived. Can we all stop overreacting to everything this guy does? Sure Sanchez had three touchdowns against the Buffalo Bills but that doesn’t suddenly make him Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers. Sanchez still has very real issues passing the ball, and those issues will be exploited this week against a Pittsburgh Steelers defense bent on revenge after getting dominated last week by the Denver Broncos.
However, Sanchez is just one of many big names on our Week 2 Fantasy Football Sit ‘Ems article. Take a look below to find out who else we recommend benching this week.
TIGHT ENDS - SIT ‘EM
Brent Celek (Philadelphia Eagles) vs. Baltimore
Although Eagles tight end Brent Celek has often been a favorite target of Vick’s, Celek managed to catch just four passes against the Browns last week. With the Eagles hurting at wide receiver Celek could see some more targets but his production will be limited against a Ravens defense that smothered the Bengals last week. Cincinnati tight end Jermaine Gresham caught just three passes for 30 yards against the Ravens last week. Don’t expect a large spike in production this week compared to last week for Celek.
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Dallas Clark (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) @ New York Giants
When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made all those moves in the offseason it was believed the addition of tight end Dallas Clark would help round out the offense and give quarterback Josh Freeman a good safety valve. In last week’s win over the Carolina Panthers, Clark caught one pass for 33 yards. He was also targeted just once. At this point it’s clear Clark is all name recognition and not a focal point of the passing game and until he proves otherwise he should remain on your bench.