The season hasn't even begun yet, and perhaps these ailing players have already altered lineup plans.

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ASL's Brian Murphy points out a few players who may be backups for you in other weeks but need to be given a starting spot in Week 1.

Fantasy Football – Players you may want to sit during Week 1

Five names worth taking a longer look at with the opening week of fantasy football in mind.

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Ben Roethlisberger, a top-five QB? Dez Bryant a top-five WR? The Machine from ASL has put forth some interesting projections for Week 1.

The NFL season hasn't even started yet, but there's no need to wait to improve your roster. Make sure these players aren't sitting on your league's waiver wire.

Drafts are typically won in the early to middle rounds, but those deeper additions can swing leagues, especially at running back.

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