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Fantasy Football Starters: Week 5

by: DanD On  Thursday, October 2, 2008

tony romoTotal Pro Sports – Last week some players put up some huge numbers. Brett Favre was a monster on the field, having one of his best days as a pro throwing for 6 touch downs. 

This week we think these fantasy football players can help your fantasy football team come out with a win.  These players match up against teams which are just looking to get lit up on the stat sheet.  How can you not start them if you own them in your fantasy football league?  If you have them start them, because they will put up some huge fantasy number for you this week guaranteed.     

Here is a list of Total Pro Sports fantasy football starters of the week.  

Tony Romo, QB, Dallas Cowboys,
Romo had a bad game by his lofty standards in week 4 as the Cowboys lost at home to the Redskins.  He will rebound in a big way as the lowly Cincinnati Bengals roll into town this week.  If this guy is on your team then you should be really happy as Romo will give the Bengals a Texas sized beat down.  Romo might not be throwing that much to Terrell Owens this week because it will be hard for him to run full out in a skirt.

Matt Forte, RB, Chicago Bears,
The Bears super rookie should have a nice stat line as he will play his first game against Detroit at Ford Field.  The Lions defense sucks so bad that they actually asked Matt Millen if he would like to come out of retirement and play linebacker, and even he wasn’t dumb enough to take the offer.  Look for Forte to have over 100 yards and possibly two scores.

Chris Chambers, WR, Miami Dolphins,
The former number 1 receiver in Miami returns to his old stomping ground with his new team.  Chambers was traded to the Dolphins in 2007 for a second round pick, and so far this season he has proved his worth.  Philip Rivers has been tearing up every secondary he has faced this year and Chambers has been on the receiving end of 3 touchdowns.

Owen Daniels, TE, Houston Texans,
Overall it has been a slow start to the season for Owen Daniels and many tight ends in general.  However, that could all change this week as the Texans take on the banged up Colts.  Hard hitting safety Bob Sanders remains out of the lineup and the Colts will struggle to match-up with this guy defensively.  Daniels had a solid week against the Jaguars and should be score his first touchdown of the season in this game. 

Be sure to check back next week for fantasy football starters of week 6.




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