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  • Fantasy Week 2Scoreboard
    Dewey, Cheatam, and Howe (0-1)20
    Stooges Leichts Out (0-1)18
    Ray's Dizzy Doctors (1-0)0
    Press, Press, Pull (1-0)0
    Curly Finger Poke (0-1)0
    Nyuk, Nyuk, Nyuk (0-0-1)0
    Whoop, Whoop, Soitenly! (1-0)0
    Victim of Circumstance (0-0-1)6
    Why I Oughta (0-1)10
    Boss Blunder Boy (0-1)0
    Pardon My Backfire (1-0)2
    Brighto's Ultimate Failur (1-0)0
  • Player Notes
    Michael Thomas Sep 19 4:50pm ET

    New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday night's game against the Las Vegas Raiders. There was a "glimmer of hope" that Thomas would be able to suit up a week after suffering a high-ankle sprain, though that was probably false hope at best. This is ideal for fantasy managers because now they can pivot to options on their bench from Sunday's slate of games. Fellow wideout Emmanuel Sanders and tight end Jared Cook should see a larger share of targets while Tre'Quan Smith has some appeal as a sleeper against the Raiders' suspect secondary.

    From RotoBaller

    Pittsburgh Steelers Sep 19 4:10pm ET

    The Pittsburgh Steelers Defense was excellent in their season-opening road win over the New York Giants in Week 1. They will travel back home to take on the Denver Broncos in a plus matchup in Week 2. Denver's offense was generous to fantasy defenses last season and might be without top wide receiver Courtland Sutton (shoulder) this weekend. Even if Sutton does play, he is expected to be limited by a shoulder injury. Pittsburgh is installed as seven-point home favorites, indicating what should be a favorable game script for their defense against Drew Lock and the Denver offense. Fantasy gamers will want to fire up the Pittsburgh defense in all formats for Week 2.

    From RotoBaller

    Eric Ebron Sep 19 4:00pm ET

    Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Eric Ebron had a disappointing debut with his new team, catching just one of two targets for 18 yards in a Week 1 win over the New York Giants. Ebron will hope for a larger role in the offense when he takes on the Denver Broncos at home in Week 2. While Denver allowed Jonnu Smith to find the end zone in Week 1, Ebron is best left on fantasy benches until he proves that he is going to be a trustworthy part of the passing attack. Treat him as a mid-range TE2 in Week 2.

    From RotoBaller

    Chris Godwin Sep 19 3:40pm ET

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin (head) has been ruled out for Sunday's Week 2 matchup against the Carolina Panthers. Godwin was trending in the wrong direction after entering the concussion protocol late in the week on Wednesday, so this news doesn't come as too much of a surprise. Fellow wideout Mike Evans is in a smash spot and needs to be started in all formats while Scotty Miller should also see more targets. The tight ends Rob Gronkowski and O.J. Howard could see more usage, though Evans and Miller are the main beneficiaries here.

    From RotoBaller

    Diontae Johnson Sep 19 3:20pm ET

    Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Diontae Johnson is coming off a Week 1 win which saw him lead his team with 10 targets. The second-year wideout will look to build upon that performance in Week 2 against the Denver Broncos. Johnson has been dealing with a toe injury for the past couple of weeks but he was able to practice fully on Friday ahead of his Week 2 tilt. The Broncos coughed up a 100-yard receiving game to Corey Davis in Week 1 and placed top cornerback A.J. Bouye on injured reserve earlier in the week. Fantasy gamers can trust Johnson as a rock-solid WR3 in Week 2.

    From RotoBaller

    Benny Snell Jr. Sep 19 3:10pm ET

    Pittsburgh Steelers running back Benny Snell Jr. burst on the scene with 19 carries for 113 yards in a Week 1 win over the New York Giants. Snell saw extra work after starter James Conner went down with an ankle injury. He was a popular waiver add earlier in the week while Conner's status for Week 2's matchup against the Denver Broncos was still unknown. Conner returned to full practice on Friday and is without an injury designation for this weekend, casting some uncertainty on the Pittsburgh running back situation. Fantasy gamers who were planning on starting Snell should consider the possibility that Conner takes the majority of the running back touches in Week 2, leaving Snell as a shaky flex at best.

    From RotoBaller

    Jacksonville Jaguars Sep 19 2:10pm ET

    Tennessee Titans star running back Derrick Henry will face a Jaguars Defense against which he accumulated 203 rushing yards and three rushing scores in two matchups last season. That Jaguars have allowed an average of 31.4 fantasy points per game to opposing running backs over the past eight games. This forecast seems to bode quite well for Henry who should once again see a large volume of carries. He's undoubtedly a high-end RB1 in all formats heading into week two.

    From RotoBaller

    A.J. Brown Sep 19 2:00pm ET

    Tennessee Titans tight end Jonnu Smith gets a plus matchup this week against a Jaguars Defense that allowed 363 yards through the air in week one. A.J. Brown (knee) is set to miss multiple weeks so the Titans will look upon Smith and Corey Davis more frequently. Smith hauled in four of seven targets for 36 yards and a touchdown during week one's 16-14 win against Denver. He's likely to see an uptick in targets and should be viewed as a high-end TE2 in week two against Jacksonville.

    From RotoBaller

    A.J. Brown Sep 19 1:50pm ET

    Tennessee Titans wide receiver Corey Davis (hamstring) who was listed as limited on Thursday, practiced full on Friday. He looks ready to go Sunday and should be in line for more targets with fellow receiver A.J. Brown (knee) ruled out. Davis will look to build upon the momentum from week one in which he hauled in seven of eight targets for 101 yards. The receiver is entering his fourth NFL season having yet to emerge as a go-to target after being drafted with the fifth overall pick of the 2017 draft. He should produce numbers worthy of a flex start in all league formats against the Jaguars Defense who gave up 363 yards through the air in week one. He could see double digit targets from Ryan Tannehill.

    From RotoBaller

    Sterling Shepard Sep 19 1:10pm ET

    New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Sheppard was a big part of the Giants offense in Week 1 and will look to carry that momentum into a road game vs the Bears. Shepard caught all six of his targets for 47 yards as he was the primary short-area target for Daniel Jones. If Golden Tate (hamstring) suits up that could cut into Shepard's target share, but he is still a solid WR3/flex play for fantasy managers, especially in PPR. Shepard would get a big boost in his fantasy appeal if Tate sits.

    From RotoBaller

    Darius Slayton Sep 19 1:00pm ET

    New York Giants wide receiver Darius Slayton had a huge game in Week 1 going for 100-plus yards and two touchdowns on six catches. Slayton tied with Saquon Barkley for the team lead with nine targets and will look to stay hot in a favorable matchup with the Bears in Week 2. Slayton had a nose for the end zone last season with eight scores on just 48 catches and, while that touchdown rate is unsustainable, he clearly has the trust of QB Daniel Jones in the red zone. Slayton is a startable WR3 in fantasy this week.

    From RotoBaller

    New York Giants Sep 19 12:50pm ET

    The New York Giants Defense is not a strong unit for fantasy and managers should look elsewhere for a D/ST in Week 2. The Giants had just two sacks in Week 1 and only forced one turnover from a forced fumble. New York was gashed on the ground by Benny Snell Jr last week so expect the Bears to keep the ball on the ground, limiting fantasy-point-opportunities for Big Blue's defense. Fantasy managers streaming D/ST should look elsewhere in Week 2.

    From RotoBaller

    Daniel Jones Sep 19 12:40pm ET

    New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones struggled somewhat in Week 1 as he turned the ball over twice, but he also had some encouraging throws and will face an easier matchup in Week 2 at Chicago. The Bears secondary was carved-up by Matthew Stafford last week despite missing his top wide receiver so expect a better output from Jones this week. Jones threw for over 3,000 yards as a rookie with a completion percentage over 60-percent with several weeks as a QB1 in fantasy. He has the talent to put up numbers in this matchup and is a low-end QB1 for Week 2.

    From RotoBaller

    Evan Engram Sep 19 12:40pm ET

    New York Giants tight end Evan Engram was a massive letdown for fantasy managers on Monday night as he caught just two passes for nine yards vs Pittsburgh. He'll have an easier matchup in Week 2 vs the Bears and should still be considered a starting tight end for fantasy. Engram struggled in Week 1 but was still targeted seven times so he has a role in the passing game. If he turns a few of those targets into catches Engram has the athleticism to be a top-5 tight end in fantasy. Start the Giants tight end with confidence Week 2 at the Bears.

    From RotoBaller

    Saquon Barkley Sep 19 12:30pm ET

    New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley left fantasy managers out in the cold on Monday night as he ran for just six yards on 15 carries vs a stout Steelers Defense. He'll look to atone for that performance in Week 2 with a much more favorable matchup in Chicago. The Bears allowed the ageless Adrian Peterson to rush for 93 yards on 14 carries (6.6 YPC) last week so there should be more running lanes for Barkley in the Windy City. Barkley did have 6 catches for 60 yards last week so he should be involved in both the passing game and rushing game this week making him a top-RB option in fantasy.

    From RotoBaller

    Logan Thomas Sep 19 12:00pm ET

    Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas led the offense in targets last week and will look to carry that success into a road matchup with the Cardinals. Thomas caught four of eight targets for 37 yards and a touchdown in Week 1 and now gets to face an Arizona defense that allowed the most fantasy points to tight ends in 2019. Thomas should see plenty of targets as Washington is in a position to throw the ball 35-plus times as road underdogs. Fire him up as a sneaky-good start in seasonal leagues or as a cheap option in DFS.

    From RotoBaller

    Patrick Peterson Sep 19 11:40am ET

    Washington Football Team wide receiver Steven Sims Jr only saw three targets last week, but should be more involved in Week 2 vs Arizona. Sims caught all three targets and turned them into 50 yards in a game where Washington only threw the ball 31 times. The Football Team will likely need to throw more this week as road-underdogs in a game with a higher over/under. Sims Jr should see plenty of targets with top-WR Terry McLaurin seeing coverage from All-Pro corner Patrick Peterson making him an intriguing sleeper for fantasy and a strong DFS play.

    From RotoBaller

    Terry McLaurin Sep 19 11:30am ET

    Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin had a tough matchup in Week 1 vs Darius Slay and will face another top-flight cornerback in Week 2 at Arizona. Cornerback Patrick Peterson allowed just one catch on three targets last week and will undoubtedly be tasked with covering the one, true receiving threat on the Washington offense. Despite the tough matchup, fantasy managers shouldn't shy away from McLaurin in seasonal leagues. Washington should be in a position to throw the ball 35-plus times and there simply aren't enough weapons in this offense to take targets away from the second-year wideout. McLaurin is not a good DFS play this week, but he has one of the highest floors thanks to his target share making him a low-end WR2 for fantasy.

    From RotoBaller

    Antonio Gibson Sep 19 11:20am ET

    Washington Football Team running back Antonio Gibson was overshadowed by Peyton Barber in Week 1, but the rookie should be in a better position to score fantasy points this week at Arizona. Gibson only handled nine carries last week, but most of that was due to the team having a lead in the fourth quarter and leaning on the veteran Barber. Despite handling eight more carries than Gibson, the rookie still out-rushed Barber, albeit with only 36 yards. Expect Gibson to be more involved this week, especially in the passing game, making him a strong RB3 or flex option for fantasy.

    From RotoBaller

    Dwayne Haskins Sep 19 11:10am ET

    Washington Football Team quarterback Dwayne Haskins played a solid game vs Philadelphia in Week 1 and will look to build on that performance in his first road test of 2020. Haskins didn't break any passing records last week, but he was effective in throwing for 178 yards and a touchdown and, most importantly, no turnovers. Now he'll face a Cardinals Defense that didn't force a turnover in Week 1 and allowed QB Kyler Murray to rush for 91 of the team's 180 rushing yards. Haskins should have some opportunities to make plays in what is projected to be a high-scoring game making him a low-end starter in 2QB leagues.

    From RotoBaller

  • NFL Week 2
    Bengals30
    Browns35
    Final | Recap
    Giants42u
    Bears-5.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Falcons53.5u
    Cowboys-3.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Lions50u
    Packers-6
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Jaguars44u
    Titans-7.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Vikings49u
    Colts-3
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Bills42u
    Dolphins+5.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    49ers41.5u
    Jets+7.0
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Rams45.5u
    Eagles-1.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Broncos40.5u
    Steelers-7
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Panthers47.5u
    Buccaneers-8.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    FB Team46.5u
    Cardinals-7
    Sun 4:05pm ET
    Chiefs47.5u
    Chargers+8.5
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    Ravens50u
    Texans+7.0
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    Patriots44.5u
    Seahawks-4
    Sun 8:20pm ET
    Saints48.5u
    Raiders+5.5
    Mon 8:15pm ET
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