Fantasy Football: Who To Start, Who To Sit For Week 8

Bryan Altman

Go ahead and pat yourself on the back if you had the foresight to start Marcus Mariota, DeMarco Murray, Kendall Wright or even Blake Bortles, who lit it up from a fantasy football standpoint in garbage time on Thursday Night Football, your fantasy football weekend is already off to a great start.

For the rest of us, who left Jaguars and Titans players languishing away on the bench on Thursday, it’s time for us to get our rosters set for yet another weekend of football.

Once Week 8 concludes we’ll be halfway through the regular NFL season, which means you’re likely more than halfway through your fantasy football season and the playoffs are approaching at breakneck speed.

So here, as always, to help you out with crucial roster decisions entering a vital weekend are our CBS Sports fantasy football experts, Dave Richard and Jamey Eisenberg, telling you who to start and who to sit in Week 8.

Dave Richard

Start

QB – Russell Wilson

WR – Willie Snead

Sit

RB – Jordan Howard

TE – Jack Doyle

Jamey Eisenberg

Start

RB – Devontae Booker

TE – C.J. Fiedorowicz

Sit

QB – Carson Palmer

WR – Kelvin Benjamin

For the complete breakdown on each of this week’s starts and sits, check out the full video above.

Bryan Altman is, for some reason, an unabashed fan of the Rangers, Jets and Mets. If he absolutely had to pick a basketball team it would be the Knicks, but he’d gladly trade them for a championship for any of his other three teams.

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