Fantasy football cheat sheet: Start, sit and more tips for Week 2

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Are you looking to get the edge for your Week 2 fantasy lineups? Well you've come to the right place!

Whether A.J. Green and his 29.9 fantasy points worked for or against you on Thursday night -- or maybe he didn't impact your team -- there is a lot of football left to be played this week and plenty of time to catch up or tack on.

As always, we're here to help you field the best lineup possible.

The ESPN+ cheat sheet provides a rundown of the greatest tips from all of our ESPN+ fantasy football content. You'll find answers to the biggest questions of the week, along with injury updates, matchup advantages and wild-card plays from Eric Karabell, Tristan H. Cockcroft, Mike Clay, Al Zeidenfeld and KC Joyner. It's all the best advice in one handy article.

Here's what our experts are saying about Week 2 in the NFL:

Top tips

Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Pittsburgh Steelers

Zeidenfeld explains in his weekly Best Buys column that it's hard to get better than Big Ben at home against the Chiefs' defense.

"The Steelers have one of the highest team totals on the week, and therefore, I'm going to want to have shares of this offense and, for correlation purposes, shares of Big Ben in tournaments," he writes. "Roethlisberger is the top scoring quarterback in home games since 2014 with 23.3 fantasy points per game, but because of his price tag and how tight salaries are this week, he's one of my favorite tournament options but not really in play for my cash game lineups on DraftKings."