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Shane Vereen

Injuries, high-profile flops cause havoc for fantasy rosters

Welp. That was the reaction — the printable version, anyway — of fantasy football players as bad news kept rolling in during Week 2. The carnage included injuries and bad performances from marquee players so widespread that they almost certainly affected your teams. At quarterback, Dallas lost Tony Romo to a broken collarbone, Chicago lost Jay Cutler to a hamstring injury and Detroit's Matthew Stafford is banged up. The problems at running back weren't limited to injuries to Green Bay's Eddie Lacy and San Francisco's Carlos Hyde. There were high-profile flops such as Seattle's Marshawn Lynch (62 total yards) and Cincinnati's Jeremy Hill...