Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings: Week 2

Keeping in mind some valuable insights into fantasy football weekly rankings, per potential game flow, or lack of, here are some matchups to keep in mind according to games in order of most scoring potential:

Saints @ Giants:

Some star QB play will show here as it is safe to start one of these rocks who know how to sling it. The Giants have enough corners to cover all of these threats, and shut down D. Bryant last week. With C. Fleener not catching many targets last week, and cutting CJ Spiller who will the Saints turn to? How about Michael Thomas one on one with Eli Apple. Someone will have to break free. I think the Giants can use the

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Odel Beckham Jr.

Sleeper Zone

Willie Snead and victor cruz

 

Jaguars @ Chargers

This game will have teams almost mirroring each other in points scored in a high scoring and probably close matchup. Both teams have good corners but the Chargers have the weakness at WR until or unless someone can step up besides T. Benjamin. I look for all those safeties on the Jags to create problems for the Chargers as well in both run and pass.

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Allen Robinson & Allen Hurns Combo

Sleeper Zone

Mercedes Lewis

 

Falcons @ Raiders

Once again these 2 teams had a hard time stopping teams last week and the same should continue allowing plenty of points from these clubs. I would hate to say it but A. Cooper could get shut down by Oakland’s #1 corner here.

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Julio Jones

Sleeper Zone

Mike Crabtree

 

Buccaneers @ Cardinals

With the emergence of the Buccs QB, a lot is expected of this offense at this time and even the Cards excellent secondary group cannot shut down this group of receivers. Similar to the Buccs, the Cards will be tough to slow down with so many weapons.

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Larry Fitzgerald

Sleeper Zone

Austin Seferian-Jenkins

So these are the fantasy football weekly rankings for week 2.

And we stop here since, it takes only a few high scoring games to make it big in fantasy for the week. If you are banking on a player from one of those low scoring games, best to you, but make it a RB in the case of a good defensive battle. Those are the fundamentals of the fantasy game so keep in line with this philosophy when it comes to receivers, including ones that cannot be shut down and sleepers who are worth some risk as a flex or third WR spot on your managed fantasy roster.

 

8 thoughts on “Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings: Week 2”

  1. Andrew,
    Actually the game that holds my interest would be the Steelers vs Bengals game. I understand why you did not include it in your list of fantasy games that feature potential offensive explosion. Any Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh game is going to be a tough, nasty, physical game as the two AFC North rivals hate each other.

    I do believe that the Cincinnati linebacker Burifact is still sitting out a suspension levied against him in last year’s playoff game when late he knocked the crap, illegally on a vicious hit against a defenseless Antonio Brown the Steeler’s star wide receiver. The hit epitomized what Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh games are all about. There will probably not a lot of chances for offensive players from both teams to score points with in fantasy leagues. Instead I expect some guys getting hurt because of violent hits taking place on many plays.

    I believe that a game featuring the Giants vs. New Orleans either last season or the one before had an outrageously high final score. A fantasy player’s dream with offenses on both sides racking up a lot of yardage. The same thing could occur on Sunday.

    Great info to get fantasy players ready for Week 2, Andrew.

    Jeff

  2. I’m excited about the Chargers and Jaguars game. Maybe two of the most interesting games last Sunday, both teams losing, but very narrowly.

    Should be an interesting matchup for sure. Which game are you looking forward to the most?

    I also agree, OBJ might go off against the Saints this week. Definitely glad I picked him up in my draft. 🙂

    Also, great point about the Victor Cruz sleeper. He looked great last week. Not much drop off from 2 years ago.

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  4. Great game.I think they all have good potential but who wins is the best.There will always be other opportunity for the team that lost.Good source of information because not everyone has time to watch.

    Thanks for the information and keep up all this good work u doing

    Yours faithful
    Jose

  5. Great post! I really like how you have this formatted out. I am a big Chargers fan. Benjamin has been huge for us at the WR position, but Tyrell Williams has also been productive. The Jaguars do have a great pass defense and I think they are going to challenge Phillip Rivers’ long game. They may have trouble containing our RB Melvin Gordon.

  6. Great post! I really like how you have this formatted out. I am a big Chargers fan. Benjamin has been huge for us at the WR position, but Tyrell Williams has also been productive. The Jaguars do have a great pass defense and I think they are going to challenge Phillip Rivers’ long game. They may have trouble containing our RB Melvin Gordon.

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