Who should start this week in your fantasy matchups? Let Jared help you out with some tips.Week 2 is here and now we have some metrics and idea what to expect from teams. As always you will find my list of this weeks starts, sits and sleepers listed below. - Starts Matt Forte (RB - Chicago Bears) Forte has many doubters in week two but should be a must start for all managers. Forte had an average week one but still reeled off 90 yards and a touchdown and I think that's a minimum you will see from him each week. He faces the Vikings this week who just let Reggie Bush run all over them in Week 1. Look for Forte to get plenty of dump down passes and surpass 150 all purpose yards and a touchdown. Mike Wallace (WR - Miami Dolphins) Wallace is a gut feel WR2/3 starter this week coming off a single catch 15 yard effort in Week 1 he will get plenty more action in Week 2. The Colts secondary looked very pedestrian against a horrible Oakland Raiders so Dolphins should look to take advantage of this weakness. With the stand out play of fellow wideout Brian Hartline, Wallace may see less double teams and find himself more open in Week 2. I’m expecting his box stats to be four receptions, 70 yards and a touchdown. Baltimore Ravens (D/ST) Baltimore should be a great start this week against the lowly Cleveland Browns. If there was ever a better team to play to get over the absolute smackdown Peyton Manning gave them in Week 1 its a Week 2 match up against Brandon Weeden and desire to throw picks. I do expect the Browns to have improved on offence but the Ravens should equally improve on their defence. Ravens to hold the Browns under 20 points, two picks, three sacks and a fumble. Sits Seattle Seahawks (D/ST) Seattle should be placed on your bench this week as they go up against the explosive 49ers offence. For the rest of the season I wouldn't worry about having the Seahawks starting as my defence but against Kaepernick and Co. I just can’t trust them with so many better options likely available as free agents. Bench them for Week 2 and ride them the rest of the season. Andy Dalton (QB - Cincinnati Bengals) Dalton is a must bench as surely there are better options out there for you who aren't playing a tough Pittsburgh Steelers defence. Dalton looked good against the Bears and was unlucky with one of his interceptions, but the Steelers are a good tight secondary and will look to smother the receivers. I think this is a game where the Bengals turn to the run and prevent Dalton from airing it out. Jerome Simpson (WR - Minnesota Vikings) Simpson should be taking a seat on the pine this week as he will be facing the Chicago Bears and their two Pro Bowl corners. Simpson had a breakout Week 1 with 140 yards on seven catches, but don’t expect those huge numbers with Charles Tillman or Tim Jennings draped all over him. This is a matchup best to avoid. Sleepers Alex Smith (QB - Kansas City Chiefs) Smith takes on a Cowboys secondary that got shredded for 450 yards and four touchdowns in Week 1. You could argue that the Cowboys did have three picks, but Smith is a much a more sensible quarterback than Eli and will captialise on the poorly executed Cover 2 defence played by Dallas. I expect Smith will get close to 300 yards passing and should get two touchdowns and another 30 yards of rushing. Eddie Lacy (RB - Green Bay Packers) Lacy goes from a sit in Week 1 to a sleeper in Week 2 and no doubt starter in Week 3. The packers have the privilege of taking on a Washington defence that was savaged by the Chip Kelly offence of the Philadelphia Eagles for 263 yards on the ground. While Lacy isn't going to do that, he should have a great chance at a 100 yards rushing and a touchdown, making him a great player to take a punt on in Week 2. Dallas Clark (TE - Baltimore Ravens) Definite boom or bust. He could become the go-to guy in short to medium routes with the Ravens lacking anyone else to fill that role. Great chance for five catches and 50 yards, or maybe he does nothing? That's why he’s a sleeper. - What do you think? Any other potential sleepers on your list? If you have any questions about your starters for this week don't hesitate to ask in the comments.