This time, it is Aaron Rodgers' turn.After throwing three interceptions and losing on the road in Tampa Bay, Rodgers and the Packers return home this weekend to face the Dallas Cowboys. But obviously it could have been a little better without the turnovers.Expect Rodgers to bounce back nicely with the support of the home crowd against a surging Cowboys team.A few injury updates before this week's start/sit advice:Clinton Portis, RB, Redskins : After getting knocked out last weekend in Atlanta, Portis has been ruled out for this Sunday's game against the Broncos. No word on how long this will keep Portis out of action but his body certainly could use the rest. Brian Westbrook, RB, Eagles : Westy returned to a full practice yesterday and is slated to start this weekend at San Diego. However, he was cleared to play last week before a post-concussion headache sprung up on Friday before the game Keep a close eye on his situation. Anquan Boldin, WR, Cardinals : A one-week hiatus from football was apparently long enough for Boldin.
He has practiced at full capacity this week and ready to start this weekend against the Seahawks. His presence in the lineup certainly negates some of the value SteveBreaston had been building for himself again this year Start 'emQuarterbacksAaron Rodgers vs. Running BacksMarshawn Lynch Titans Lynch has had a few decent outings since returning from suspension, he could be due for a big one for the first time this year.Ladell Betts vs. Broncos No Clinton Portis means plenty of opportunity for Betts, who also is a good pass-catcher out of the backfield. Wide ReceiversDerrick Mason Browns Mason is a throwback to the old school and should have a solid outing on Monday Night Football.Hines Ward vs. Tight EndBrent Celek Chargers Always start your tight end when he plays against the Chargers.
Sit 'emQuarterbacksCarson Palmer Steelers This game could be more about the running game than the passing game for Cincinnati, especially on the road.Kyle Orton Redskins Now that the Broncos appear to be who we thought they were, Orton becomes a risky start for fantasy owners.Running BacksJulius Jones Cardinals Perhaps Julius Jones would be better suited with the Jags because he tends to fair unwell on the road.Kevin Smith Vikings Minnesota is coming off a bye and returning to the comfort of home; This may as well just be another bye week Wide ReceiversAustin Collie/Pierre Garcon vs. Patriots Not sure how these rookies will fair against a scheming defense as good as the Pats.Roy Williams Packers Williams clearly has become a lesser option in the Cowboys' passing game. Tight EndJason Witten Packers Witten owners can thank me after this weekend. My sit advice when it comes to studs usually ends up rejuvenating the player.For more great fantasy roster advice this week, including a plethora of Start & Sit links and consensus rankings, head over to the Fantasy Football Libraria n Don't forget to grab your library card..