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Week 2 Rankings

Christian McCaffrey Note
Christian McCaffrey photo 1. Christian McCaffrey RB - CAR (vs . NO)
Welcome back, McCaffrey! We've missed you immensely! CMC got right back to business last week and totaled 30 touches in his first game action back from injury. He was stellar and there's very little to analyze here up against the Saints defense that just shut down Jones and the Packers rushing attack. McCaffrey's the RB1 in fantasy rankings every single week that he's healthy.
3 days ago
Dalvin Cook Note
Dalvin Cook photo 2. Dalvin Cook RB - MIN (at ARI)
Dalvin Cook didn't have as dominant of a performance in week one as many were expecting, but he still finished as a top-10 RB on the back of pure volume. He logged 26 total touches in week one, which is exactly what fantasy managers want to see from their RB1. This Cardinals defense kept Derrick Henry in check last week, so it could be tough sledding for Cook on the ground again this week, but he'll see too much volume to move him outside of the top-5 in our RB rankings.
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Nick Chubb Note
Nick Chubb photo 3. Nick Chubb RB - CLE (vs . HOU)
Well, we knew Nick Chubb was going to be good this year, but we didn't expect him to rumble for two touchdowns against a pretty solid run defense in Kansas City right out of the gates. Chubb finished with 83 yards on the ground and averaged 5.5 YPC. Fantasy managers that have Chubb have to be feeling pretty good about their investment right now and it's only going to get better this week against the Houston Texans run defense. While they didn't surrender a ton of yardage last week to James Robinson and Carlos Hyde, the Texans do not have the type of defense that is going to be able to contain this Browns run game. The offensive line looks dominant in front of him and Chubb legitimately could run for over 200 yards in this one. I'm not projecting that, but it's certainly in the realm of possibilities. He can be viewed as a top-5 option this week.
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Alvin Kamara Note
Alvin Kamara photo 4. Alvin Kamara RB - NO (at CAR)
Are we finally seeing the true workhorse RB, Alvin Kamara? While Kamara has been amazing for fantasy football in years past, he's been doing it on the back of tremendous receiving volume versus attempts on the ground. Kamara saw 20 carries against the Packers in week one, which is the second highest mark in his NFL career. While he only saw four targets, which isn't what fantasy managers are used to seeing, it's not concerning moving forward. The Saints simply didn't need Kamara to be involved through the receiving game and Winston only threw the ball 20 total times. Heading into week two, Kamara should be viewed as a steady and reliable high-end RB1 against the Panthers defense.
3 days ago
Derrick Henry Note
Derrick Henry photo 5. Derrick Henry RB - TEN (at SEA)
It's strange to see Henry locked down for an entire game, but the Cardinals managed to keep the reigning two-time rushing champ under wraps in Week 1, holding him to 58 rushing yards on 17 carries. All but 20 of those yards came on a single third-quarter drive ... which ended with a strip sack of Titans QB Ryan Tannehill. The Seahawks allowed the fifth fewest rushing yards in the league last year, limiting opponents to 3.9 yards per carry. They also did a reasonably good job of keeping Jonathan Taylor and the Colts' running game in check last week.
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Aaron Jones Note
Aaron Jones photo 6. Aaron Jones RB - GB (vs . DET)
Week 1 gave us nothing new to chew on here. Jones is still the lead guy, Dillon is still the supporting guy with upside, and that's that. The Lions gave up a league-high 27 touchdown runs last year, and they just gave up 104 rushing yards and a touchdown to rookie Elijah Williams.
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Davante Adams Note
Davante Adams photo 7. Davante Adams WR - GB (vs . DET)
Adams had five catches for 56 yards in the debacle against the Saints. Heaven help the Lions in their efforts to stop this guy without Jeffrey Okudah. The leading candidates to try to cover Adams: Ifeatu Melifonwu and Amani Oruwariye. Lotsa luck, fellas.
3 days ago
Joe Mixon Note
Joe Mixon photo 8. Joe Mixon RB - CIN (at CHI)
For fantasy managers that took advantage of the massive discount on one of the NFL's most talented RBs, congratulations! Joe Mixon was a divisive player heading into draft season due to his injury woes from last season, but his workload was never in question. We saw that on full display in week one against the Vikings and Mixon finished with the highest rushing yards total of any RB in week one. He was a monster after contact with 78 of his 127 rushing yards coming after contact and he finished as a top-7 RB in PFF Elusive Rating (minimum of 10 rush attempts). The talent has never been in question and we now know that he's going to rival McCaffrey and Cook's workload when he's healthy and on the field. The Bears defense has a lot to figure out after the Rams moved the ball at will on them and Mixon should be viewed as a very safe option for fantasy lineups this week with tremendous upside.
3 days ago
Tyreek Hill Note
Tyreek Hill photo 9. Tyreek Hill WR - KC (at BAL)
How are the Ravens going to handle Hill without CB Marcus Peters? Hill had 11 catches for 197 yards and a touchdown against the Browns in Week 1. Believe it or not, that performance fell 72 yards short of Hill's single-game high in receiving yardage - a 269-yard, three-TD outburst against the Buccaneers last November. But clearly, Hill is primed for another good season, and a Baltimore defense that's normally better equipped than most to defend him is now without a pivotal defender.
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Najee Harris Note
Najee Harris photo 10. Najee Harris RB - PIT (vs . LV)
It wasn't great for Najee Harris in week one. He was consistently met behind the line of scrimmage and his offensive line struggled mightily against the Buffalo Bills defensive front. To illustrate this point, 35 of Harris' 45 rushing yards came after first contact. Looking ahead to week two, The Raiders were consistently getting home in week one against the Ravens offensive line, but they did surrender some big rushing lanes throughout the game. Harris needs to be more decisive with his runs and this offense will need to get in sync more for us to feel confident putting Harris in our starting lineup as a top-12 option, but the opportunity is there in this game. He can be viewed as a high-end RB2 this week.
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Antonio Gibson Note
Antonio Gibson photo 11. Antonio Gibson RB - WAS (vs . NYG)
While Gibson didn't put up dominant numbers from a fantasy perspective, it's extremely encouraging to see that he logged 23 total touches against the Chargers. The Los Angeles run defense didn't exactly figure to be an easy matchup either, so fantasy managers shouldn't have been expecting a blow-up performance. He was still featured in this offense though and he should be heavily relied upon again this week with Heinecke in at QB. Additionally, the usage of JD McKissic and Jaret Patterson - 3 total touches - is extremely encouraging for Gibson's managers. Gibson has a tougher matchup against the Giants on paper, but they just allowed Melvin Gordon to average 9.2 YPC on them. Gibson should see north of 20 touches again this week and he deserves to be viewed as a top-12 RB again in week two. Otherwise, McKissic and Patterson can be dropped in every redraft league unless you're holding onto them as Gibson's insurance policy.
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Jonathan Taylor Note
Jonathan Taylor photo 12. Jonathan Taylor RB - IND (vs . LAR)
Jonathan Taylor didn't exactly accomplish a ton on the ground last week against Seattle - only 3.3. YPC - but it doesn't quite matter when he sees seven targets in the passing game. That was the highest total Taylor has seen in his short NFL career and it appears as though Wentz is going to continue to target the RBs heavily in this offense. The Rams have been known as a tough matchup for opposing RBs, but they just watched David Montgomery and the makeshift Bears offensive line rumble over them for 100+ yards rushing. With the Colts offensive line, Taylor should get back to averaging his usual YPC numbers and the potential for five or more targets is absolutely still there in this matchup. Trust Taylor in your lineup as a top-10 option.
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Ezekiel Elliott Note
Ezekiel Elliott photo 13. Ezekiel Elliott RB - DAL (at LAC)
The folks who spent a top-six draft on Elliott might feel panicky after Zeke laid an egg in the Thursday-night opener, but they shouldn't. The Buccaneers had the stingiest run defense in the league last year and make it nearly impossible to do any business between the tackles. Expect Elliott to rebound against a Chargers defense that gave up 90 rushing yards to Antonio Gibson last week. Zeke dominated snaps in Week 1. He had an 84% snap share, while Tony Pollard was only on the field for 20 of the Cowboys' 83 offensive plays. Pollard has no stand-alone value with such a tiny snap share.
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Chris Carson Note
Chris Carson photo 14. Chris Carson RB - SEA (vs . TEN)
Carson was his usual rock-solid self in Seattle's opener, rushing 16 times for 91 yards and catching three balls for 26 yards. He dominated snaps, playing on 78% of Seattle's offensive plays. Rashaad Penny is expected to miss at least two weeks with a calf strain, leaving DeeJay Dallas as the apparent No. 2. Tennessee has been a middle-of-the road run defense. Consider Carson a top-end RB2 this week.
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David Montgomery Note
David Montgomery photo 15. David Montgomery RB - CHI (vs . CIN)
There were a lot of talented RBs that I watched in week one, but none impressed me more than David Montgomery. He looked decisive, confident, fast, and an all-around impressive running back. The Rams run defense is not an easy unit to run on and Montgomery was gashing them for big gains repeatedly. The Bengals just kept Dalvin Cook relatively in check on the ground in week one, but that shouldn't scare us off of starting Montgomery as a high-end RB2 this week with upside. We all knew that Montgomery could wear down a defense with a heavy workload as the game progressed, but we haven't seen this level of speed from him before. Only two other RBs in the NFL finished with more Breakaway Yards than Montgomery. Fire him up with confidence this week.
3 days ago
DeAndre Hopkins Note
DeAndre Hopkins photo 16. DeAndre Hopkins WR - ARI (vs . MIN)
In case you weren't aware, Deandre Hopkins is good at football. He absolutely destroyed the Titans secondary in week one and reeled in six of eight targets for 83 yards and two touchdowns. The Vikings are going to attempt to have Patrick Peterson lock down Hopkins this week, but Peterson's simply not the same caliber of player that he has been in years past. He'll have familiarity with Nuk from their time going up against one another in practice in Arizona, but this Cardinals offense is looking like it's not going to slow down any time soon in 2021. Fire up Hopkins as a top-5 option in week two.
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D.K. Metcalf Note
D.K. Metcalf photo 17. D.K. Metcalf WR - SEA (vs . TEN)
The big man was quiet early in Week 1 but came on late and finished with four catches for 60 yards and a touchdown. This week, Metcalf will primarily be matched up against (checks notes) Jackrabbit Jenkins, formerly known as Janoris Jenkins. The Cardinals' DeAndre Hopkins primarily lines up on the left side of the formation, same as Metcalf, and Hopkins victimized the Jackrabbit multiple times last week en route to a two-TD game.
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Damien Harris Note
Damien Harris photo 18. Damien Harris RB - NE (at NYJ)
Damien Harris looked impressive last week against Miami. Aside from the costly fumble, he looked like a top-tier RB and he was producing like one too. He was top-7 in the NFL at the RB position in yards after contact with 68 and he carried a heavy workload for the Patriots. While there's talk from Bill Belichick about Harris being in the dog house after the fumble, Rhamondre Stevenson also fumbled. This is Harris' backfield - from a carry share perspective - and he should have plenty of opportunity in this game that figures to see the Patriots up big early on. Harris can be viewed as a mid-range/low-end RB2.
3 days ago
Stefon Diggs Note
Stefon Diggs photo 19. Stefon Diggs WR - BUF (at MIA)
With the Bills offense looking a little out of sorts on Sunday, Stefon Diggs wasn't his usual productive self. He saw plenty of targets - 14 total in week one - but his efficiency was well below what it usually is and it led to a 9-69-0 stat line. Diggs has a tough matchup here against the Miami secondary that should make life difficult for him yet again, but the volume Diggs is going to see is among the best in the NFL at the WR position. Start him with confidence as a low-end WR1.
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Travis Kelce Note
Travis Kelce photo 20. Travis Kelce TE - KC (at BAL)
"Zeus" opened the season with a bang, catching 6 of 7 targets for 76 yards and two touchdowns. The second score was classic Kelce: run 5 yards, settle into a cranny of the defense, catch a pass and power past three defenders into the end zone. In four career games against the Ravens, Kelce has never had fewer than 73 receiving yards.
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Austin Ekeler Note
Austin Ekeler photo 21. Austin Ekeler RB - LAC (vs . DAL)
In the Chargers' season opener against Washington, Ekeler carried 15 times for 57 yards and a touchdown, producing decent fantasy numbers even though this pass catcher extraordinaire didn't see a single target. It was the first time Ekeler had gone targetless since November 2018. That seems like an anomaly, particularly since Herbert targeted his backs 156 times in 2020. Rountree, the rookie from Missouri, appears to have won the battle for the RB2 job. He played 22 snaps, Justin Jackson played 11, and Josh Kelley didn't play.
3 days ago
Calvin Ridley Note
Calvin Ridley photo 22. Calvin Ridley WR - ATL (at TB)
Calvin Ridley looked like he was about to see as many targets as Darren Waller would in week one as the game commenced, but that was essentially all she wrote for the talented wideout. With Ryan struggling immensely in this new offense, Ridley only was able to see eight total targets and he reeled in five of them for only 51 yards. This is concerning moving forward, especially if no other receiver is going to step up in this offense and help take some of the pressure off of Ridley. Without Julio, defenses are simply going to be able to key in on stopping Ridley and the whole offense might sputter. Ridley's still worth starting this week, of course, but we cannot view him as a locked-in WR1 up against Tampa Bay. Adjust your expectations for Ridley and view him as a mid-range WR2.
3 days ago
A.J. Brown Note
A.J. Brown photo 23. A.J. Brown WR - TEN (at SEA)
Tennessee's Week 1 was a total disaster, but Brown made the most of it with 49 yards and a score on eight targets. Don't give up on the budding superstar as the Titans look to get back on track in a favorable Week 2 matchup.
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Justin Jefferson Note
Justin Jefferson photo 24. Justin Jefferson WR - MIN (at ARI)
Jefferson got off to a slow start in Week 1, but that's only by his lofty standards. He finished the day with a 5/71 line on nine targets and held out of the endzone. In a matchup against the Cardinals which figures to see a lot of scoring, expect Jefferson to bounce back as a borderline WR1.
3 days ago
Clyde Edwards-Helaire Note
Clyde Edwards-Helaire photo 25. Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB - KC (at BAL)
CEH had a ho-hum opener for the Chiefs, rushing 14 times for 43 yards and catching three passes for 29 yards. Surely there are better games ahead for the second-year back, but Edwards-Helaire investors may have to reckon with the reality that Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill are the offense, and the other skill-position guys are mostly just window dressing. The Ravens held Las Vegas running backs to 45 rushing yards on 16 carries Monday night.
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Keenan Allen Note
Keenan Allen photo 26. Keenan Allen WR - LAC (vs . DAL)
Allen was his typically prolific self in Week 1, catching 9 of 13 targets for 100 yards. He now gets a mouth-watering matchup against overmatched Dallas slot corner Jourdan Lewis. This is NOT a good week to be up against Allen in your fantasy league.
3 days ago
D'Andre Swift Note
D'Andre Swift photo 27. D'Andre Swift RB - DET (at GB)
Swift and Williams both had strong performances in Week 1, but it's Swift's usage that warrants attention. He played 63 snaps to Williams' 32 - this after a report that Williams was going to be the leading man. Swift carried 11 times for 39 yards. He was targeted 11 times and had eight catches for 65 yards and a touchdown. That's 24.4 PPR points - not a bad day at the office. Williams made the most of his lesser snap count, carrying nine times for 54 yards and a touchdown, and turning nine targets into eight catches for 56 yards and a touchdown. That's 25.0 PPR points. Touché, Mr. Williams. There won't be 36 touches for these two to divide every week, but there's room for both to be fantasy assets.
3 days ago
Miles Sanders Note
Miles Sanders photo 28. Miles Sanders RB - PHI (vs . SF)
Heading into the season, there was concern about what Sanders' involvement as a receiver would look like out of the backfield. We knew that he would be the "lead" back in this system, but without the guarantee of receiving work, his upside seemed capped. After week one, we know that he's going to be just fine and he appears to be a value based on where you drafted him. Sanders saw 19 touches in week one against the Falcons and he was highly efficient with his opportunity. This matchup against the 49ers defense will be a little bit more difficult and it's unlikely that Philadelphia will be playing with a massive lead again in the second half, but he's proven that he belongs in our starting lineups every week moving forward. He can be viewed as a mid-range/low-end RB2.
3 days ago
Amari Cooper Note
Amari Cooper photo 29. Amari Cooper WR - DAL (at LAC)
Cooper finished as the WR1 last week (!), and he should be in line for another top-12 finish in Week 2. The matchup is a little more difficult, but the volume should be there, especially with Michael Gallup on IR. Cooper led the Cowboys in targets a week ago, and he and CeeDee Lamb are head-and-shoulders above the rest of Dallas' pass-catchers. Chase that volume!
3 days ago
CeeDee Lamb Note
CeeDee Lamb photo 30. CeeDee Lamb WR - DAL (at LAC)
He wasn't especially efficient with his targets, but Lamb turned his 15 targets into seven receptions for 104 yards and a touchdown, and he looked very much like the budding superstar he is. Now Michael Gallup is going to miss a month or so for the Cowboys. That could mean No. 4 receiver Cedrick Wilson gets into the mix, or it could mean more targets for Lamb and Amari Cooper. And as I noted in the blurb about Dak Prescott, the Demarcus Lawrence injury could REALLY pump up the passing volume for Dallas. Lamb should be regarded as a low-end WR1.
3 days ago
Darrell Henderson Jr. Note
Darrell Henderson Jr. photo 31. Darrell Henderson Jr. RB - LAR (at IND)
Yes, it was the first game for Sony Michel in a LA Rams uniform, but all the talk about Darrell Henderson being the featured option for the Rams sure seems to be true after what we saw on Sunday night. Henderson totaled 17 touches to Michel's one and he appears to be the main guy moving forward. Michel is going to be there for a depth option and nothing more, which is good news for those that grabbed Henderson at a massive discount this off-season. Heading into week two, Henderson has a tougher matchup up against the historically stout Colts run defense, but they did show some cracks last week as they allowed Chris Carson to rumble for 5.7 YPC. The Rams could focus on the passing attack again this week, which doesn't leave Henderson with a ton of opportunity, but we know this offense is going to be in the red zone frequently and Henderson's going to be the goal-line option for them. He has an excellent chance of finding the end zone again here and he can be viewed as a mid-range/low-end RB2.
3 days ago
Darren Waller Note
Darren Waller photo 32. Darren Waller TE - LV (at PIT)
19. That's how many targets Darren Waller walked away with in week one against the Ravens. That's objectively ridiculous. In fact, Waller's 19 targets in week one of the 2021 season is tied for the 3rd-most by a TE in NFL history. That list includes Jason Witten (22 targets in 2012), Tony Gonzalez (21 targets in 2005), Aaron Hernandez (19 targets in 2012), and Jeremy Shockey (19 targets in 2005). While Waller was "only" able to reel in 10 of those targets, it doesn't make much of a difference. You're not finding that level of target volume at the TE position anywhere else in the league. Start Waller moving forward as a top-2 option every single week.
3 days ago
Chris Godwin Note
Chris Godwin photo 33. Chris Godwin WR - TB (vs . ATL)
Hello, Chris Godwin! Brady locked onto Godwin in week one against the Dallas Cowboys and targeted him a whopping 14 times! He finished with an incredible 9-105-1 stat line, but he was a fingertips grasp away from having an even more monstrous performance on what would have been a very impressive over-the-shoulder catch. There was plenty of conversation this off-season about which Bucs WR you would prefer to have in drafts this year and we now have our answer. Godwin's going to be an incredibly safe option each and every week moving forward and he has top-5 upside here in this matchup against Atlanta. If he continues to see a hefty 30.4% team target share, he's a top-12 lock every single week.
3 days ago
Tyler Lockett Note
Tyler Lockett photo 34. Tyler Lockett WR - SEA (vs . TEN)
Lockett finished Week 1 as the WR6 in fantasy scoring after hauling in a 23-yard TD and a 69-yard TD in the Seahawks' 28-16 win over the Colts. Seahawks offensive coordinator Shane Waldron's system emphasizes quicker, shorter throws, which would seem to be right up Lockett's alley. So far, so good. The Titans gave up two TDs to Cardinals slot man Christian Kirk last week.
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Mike Evans Note
Mike Evans photo 35. Mike Evans WR - TB (vs . ATL)
One of the reasons why I was a lot lower than consensus on Mike Evans coming into the season was because of his volatility week in and week out. He obviously presents week-winning upside with his talent and skillset, but we knew the targets were going to go Godwin first and then potentially AB as well. That's irrelevant at this point though because he's on your roster and you now have to figure out what to expect from him week in and week out. This matchup screams that Evans should be a superb start, but we simply don't know what his target share is going to be in this one. He received a 13% team target share last week and saw players like Anthony Schwartz, Chester Rogers, KJ Osborn, Braxton Berrios, MVS, and Zach Pascal be more involved in their respective offenses than he was. Now, Evans is clearly the superior talent over all of those options, so he comes with 10x the amount of upside as those players do, but it's not exactly an encouraging sign moving forward. Evans can be viewed as a low-end WR2 this week that absolutely has the potential to finish as a top-5 option or he could fall outside the top-80 WRs again like he did against Dallas.
3 days ago
Adam Thielen Note
Adam Thielen photo 36. Adam Thielen WR - MIN (at ARI)
Adam Thielen absolutely dominated in week one on his way to an overall WR4 finish. Last year, he made his mark for fantasy football on the back of a high touchdown rate in the red zone, but he was a highly effective receiver in week one at every level of the field. He had a 144.6 Passer Rating when targeted and ran the 5th-most routes for any WR in week one. Up against the Cardinals secondary, Thielen has an excellent chance of finding the end zone again this week and he should be viewed as a top-12 option.
3 days ago
Kareem Hunt Note
Kareem Hunt photo 37. Kareem Hunt RB - CLE (vs . HOU)
Kareem Hunt was able to cash in on the ground last week, which could make fantasy managers look his way as a potential mid-range RB2 in this juicy matchup. However, Hunt only saw nine total touches last week, which doesn't exactly give me complete confidence to view him that highly in my week two rankings. Based on the matchup - and the projected game-script - Hunt can absolutely be viewed as a decent FLEX play that has the opportunity to find the end zone again in this one. However, we shouldn't be viewing him as anything more than that until we see his total touches climb up into the 12-15 range.
3 days ago
Melvin Gordon III Note
Melvin Gordon III photo 38. Melvin Gordon III RB - DEN (at JAC)
According to PFF, Melvin Gordon finished with 32 total snaps during the Broncos' win against the New York Giants. While he had a fantastic game on the ground - 11 carries for 101 yards and a score - he was out-snapped by Williams. With Williams' 34 total snaps, this is a complete 50/50 split and Gordon showed that he shouldn't be sent to the bench just yet in favor of the rookie RB. He ripped off a beautiful long TD run and significantly outperformed Williams. Even though this is a completely even timeshare, Gordon's absolutely in play as a top-24 option this week against the Jaguars defense that just allowed the Houston Texans to run for 160 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
3 days ago
Saquon Barkley Note
Saquon Barkley photo 39. Saquon Barkley RB - NYG (at WAS)
Barkley saw 13 total opportunities (11 touches) in week one as he worked his way back from injury and he showed off his explosiveness and lateral quickness on a couple of occasions. However, he had very little room to run with the OL woes and the stout Broncos defensive line. He has another very tough matchup here again this week, so he'll need to see an uptick in work to even put himself on the redraft radar. At the time of writing, Barkley is still getting in limited practices, which doesn't bode well for his TNF outlook. If I can, I'm looking to sit him one more week and he is likely to fall outside of the top-24 RBs in my rankings.
3 days ago
Allen Robinson II Note
Allen Robinson II photo 40. Allen Robinson II WR - CHI (vs . CIN)
Here's the good news, Allen Robinson had 11 targets in week one and a 27.5% target share. The bad news is that he had an ADOT of 4.3 and 5.8 Yards Per Reception. While this could have been a product of the Bears game plan going up against the Rams defense, which tends to eliminate big plays over the top, it's not exactly encouraging for fantasy managers that spent a premium pick on Robinson. The Bengals secondary should match up Eli Apple on Robinson this week, which is a massive advantage for Robinson. Apple has allowed 1.32 Yards Per Route Covered so far this season and we could see Dalton start to push the ball a little bit more downfield if there's not always going to be over-the-top coverage. This is a perfect opportunity for Robinson to have a bounce-back game, but we can't be completely confident just yet due to the QB play. He can be viewed as a mid-range WR2.
3 days ago
Cooper Kupp Note
Cooper Kupp photo 41. Cooper Kupp WR - LAR (at IND)
So I guess Stafford has his guy in LA now, right? Cooper Kupp had himself a monstrous performance against the Bears in week one and he looks to be Stafford's number one target in this dynamic offense. Kupp saw a ridiculous 38.5% target share in this offense and he didn't even have to worry about Woods stealing away opportunity. Moving forward, Kupp should be valued as a high-end WR2 with massive upside each and every week. The Colts just surrendered an Average Depth of Target of 24 to Lockett in week one and Kupp could easily see around the same mark here in week two.
3 days ago
Terry McLaurin Note
Terry McLaurin photo 42. Terry McLaurin WR - WAS (vs . NYG)
antasy managers were panicking a bit throughout the first half of week one, but McLaurin was able to salvage his fantasy output in the second half and put up a decent stat line. In a difficult matchup against the Chargers secondary, McLaurin didn't figure to be a top-tier fantasy option, but his talent was on full display on a couple of instances in that game. Lining up against the Giants secondary, McLaurin should be a safe option again this week, but his upside might be capped. He can be viewed as a high-end WR2 for this matchup. Otherwise, there's not another Washington WR that should be considered for fantasy purposes.
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Myles Gaskin Note
Myles Gaskin photo 43. Myles Gaskin RB - MIA (vs . BUF)
All the worry about Malcolm Brown taking over this backfield in the pre-season was for nothing! Gaskin came out here and proved that he's the RB1 in this backfield against New England. While it was a tough matchup, the snap counts and usage are encouraging signs for Gaskin moving forward. He received 29 total snaps in week one compared to Brown's 16 and Salvon Ahmed's 11. Additionally, Gaskin received an 18.5% target share, which is where the majority of his fantasy value was going to come anyway. There are better days ahead for the young RB and he should still see enough work this week to be viewed as a low-end RB2 in another tough matchup. Otherwise, none of the other Dolphins RBs should be considered for fantasy football.
3 days ago
D.J. Moore Note
D.J. Moore photo 44. D.J. Moore WR - CAR (vs . NO)
DJ Moore got back to doing DJ Moore things in week one and he looked incredible on the football field. He had eight targets on only 34 routes run and he should continue to be the number one WR target in this offense moving forward. The Panthers might end up trailing big in this one too, which will mean more involvement for these receivers. With Marshon Lattimore out week-to-week for the Saints, Moore's a solid mid-range WR2 play in week two.
3 days ago
Deebo Samuel Note
Deebo Samuel photo 45. Deebo Samuel WR - SF (at PHI)
Deebo Samuel took advantage of his increased opportunity last week with Aiyuk on the sideline for the majority of the game and he made his presence felt. Against a lackluster Detroit secondary, Samuel torched them for 12 catches, 189 yards, and a score. While the Eagles secondary just kept the Atlanta passing game in check in week one, Samuel's going to be used creatively enough that he should see plenty of opportunity again in week two. We know that he has the talent to make his opportunity count, so Samuel can be viewed as a high-end WR3 with upside.
3 days ago
Tee Higgins Note
Tee Higgins photo 46. Tee Higgins WR - CIN (at CHI)
Tee Higgins seemed like he was going to have to take a back seat to Chase once he was drafted with the 5th pick overall, but that's certainly not the case. There's more than enough volume for these two dynamic receivers to feast for fantasy football. Higgins was impressive in week one against the Vikings and he finished with a solid 4-58-1 stat line on five targets. Just like Chase, he provided his QB with a great receiving option as he had a 154.6 QBR when targeted. Moving forward, both Chase and Higgins belong in the weekly low-end WR2/high-end WR3 conversation with tremendous upside. Start Higgins with confidence again in week two.
3 days ago
Ty'Son Williams Note
Ty'Son Williams photo 47. Ty'Son Williams RB - BAL (vs . KC)
This is a hard backfield to discern. Williams played 51% of the offensive snaps on Monday, Murray played 31%, and the Ravens promoted Freeman to the active roster Thursday. Williams looked like he had more juice than Murray. Williams had a nice 21-yard gain on a catch in the flat early on. He exploded through the middle on a 35-yard TD run. Murray had a touchdown too, but Williams averaged 7.2 yards per carry, Murray averaged 2.8. On the other hand, Williams whiffed badly on a couple of blocks. The second whiff led to a sack and a fumble, giving the Raiders the ball for what turned out to be the game-winning drive. No doubt John Harbaugh was disappointed with Williams' effort on those plays. As of now I have Williams ranked RB25, Murray RB49, and I still haven't decided where I'm going to slot Freeman. I'll be trying to read the tea leaves on this backfield all the way up to kickoff on Sunday.
3 days ago
George Kittle Note
George Kittle photo 48. George Kittle TE - SF (at PHI)
George Kittle got back to doing Kittle things in week one. He didn't necessarily see a significant amount of targets - only 5 - but he made them count with four catches for 78 yards. He's a dynamic talent at the TE position that should be viewed as a top-5 option every single week, regardless of the matchup.
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Antonio Brown Note
Antonio Brown photo 49. Antonio Brown WR - TB (vs . ATL)
Antonio Brown looked incredible against Dallas. It's been a long time since we've seen Brown look like what he did in Pittsburgh several years ago, but he's absolutely back. If that is the case, fantasy managers got an absolute steal with AB based on where he was going in drafts. Up against Atlanta, Brown should draw coverage from A.J. Terrell, who is allowing .16 Fantasy Points Per Route so far this season. Terrell's a talented and promising young corner, but he's not going to stand a chance against Brown this week. AB can be viewed as a high-end WR2 this week.
3 days ago
Diontae Johnson Note
Diontae Johnson photo 50. Diontae Johnson WR - PIT (vs . LV)
This offense certainly looked out of sync last week, but Diontae Johnson was still able to come through for fantasy managers by finding the end zone. He made a beautiful concentration catch in the back corner of the end zone that saved his fantasy day. He only finished with 5-36-1 against a stout Buffalo secondary, but the encouraging part is that he saw a 31% target share in this offense last week. Moving forward, Johnson should be viewed as a very safe and reliable WR2 that should see plenty of volume and comes with the upside if Ben and him can connect on a touchdown.
3 days ago
Chase Edmonds Note
Chase Edmonds photo 51. Chase Edmonds RB - ARI (vs . MIN)
Chase Edmonds saw 16 total touches this past week and he was highly efficient with his opportunity. He logged 5.3 Yards Per Carry and over 10 Yards Per Reception. He's always been a talented receiver out of the backfield and that was evidenced by his top-15 ranking in terms of Yards Per Route Run at the RB position with 1.72. Unless the Cardinals go up big again in this one - which is quite possible - it's unlikely that we see Edmonds hit 12 rush attempts again in this one. However, he should remain involved enough as a receiver to justify a high-end RB3 ranking.
3 days ago
Javonte Williams Note
Javonte Williams photo 52. Javonte Williams RB - DEN (at JAC)
Javonte Williams saw the majority of the snaps and carries last week, but he certainly wasn't as efficient as Gordon with the opportunity. Moving forward, Williams should be viewed as a RB3 most weeks, but he does get a bit of a bump up because of the matchup against the Jaguars. He's on the edge of RB2 territory this week in my rankings and can be viewed as a solid play with upside.
3 days ago
Elijah Mitchell Note
Elijah Mitchell photo 53. Elijah Mitchell RB - SF (at PHI)
We now have clarity that Raheem Mostert will miss the entire rest of the season after landing on IR. It's unfortunate for Mostert - who simply can't stay healthy - and we wish him a speedy recovery. As for the fantasy fallout, Elijah Mitchell seems to be the next option up after Kyle Shanahan mysteriously benched Sermon in week one against Detroit. Mitchell looked great against the porous Lions run defense and it appears that he's going to be given the opportunity to win this starting job here in San Francisco. That's at least the perception...we have no idea what the reality is and what Shanahan will choose to do. Mitchell can be viewed as a mid-range RB3 this week that has the potential to hit big or has the potential to somehow take a backseat to Sermon, who probably figures to be active in this one.
3 days ago
Julio Jones Note
Julio Jones photo 54. Julio Jones WR - TEN (at SEA)
There's no other way to put it: Julio's Titans debut was a dud. He saw six targets and had nine catches for 29. Titans No. 3 receiver Chester Rodgers had the same number of targets and finished with 62 yards. Jones also aggravated his new head coach, Mike Vrabel, by drawing a 15-yard penalty for shoving a Cardinals player at the end of a first-quarter Derrick Henry run. That turned a 3rd-and-1 into a 3rd-and-16 that Tennessee failed to convert. "That's absolutely nothing we coach or teach. So that would fall under the category of doing dumb s--t that hurts the team," Vrabel told ESPN after the game. Jones is expected to face Seattle CB Trey Flowers on a majority of snaps Sunday. It's a matchup Jones is capable of winning, though Flowers is no pushover.
3 days ago
Robert Woods Note
Robert Woods photo 55. Robert Woods WR - LAR (at IND)
Robert Woods came through for fantasy managers with a late touchdown in the game against the Bears on Sunday night, but we have to at least be concerned when Woods only saw a 15% target share to Kupp's 38%. This offense promises to put up 30+ points nearly every single game, so the scoring opportunities are absolutely going to be there for Woods and he's still going to remain heavily involved. However, we have to bump him down slightly in our rankings just due to the uncertainty right now. He can be viewed as a mid-range WR2 for week two.
3 days ago
Mike Williams Note
Mike Williams photo 56. Mike Williams WR - LAC (vs . DAL)
12 targets!? That's an obscene number for Mike Williams in his first game of 2021, and he turned those double-digit looks into an 8/82/1 receiving line - good for a WR18 finish. A popular sleeper who gained steam heading into the season, Mike Will's early returns show that he can make good on the preseason hype. He's got a great matchup with Dallas in Week 2, where he'll look to keep the momentum going as a borderline WR2.
3 days ago
Ja'Marr Chase Note
Ja'Marr Chase photo 57. Ja'Marr Chase WR - CIN (at CHI)
In the words of Burrow, "I thought he couldn't catch anything?" Burrow sat down at the podium after Ja'Marr Chase in Sunday's postgame press conference and referenced everyone's overreaction to Chase's drops from the preseason. Those concerns certainly didn't show up on Sunday as Chase saw seven targets and reeled in five of them for 101 yards and a score. He was targeted deep downfield with a 16.3 ADOT and had a 153.3 QB Rating when targeted. He looked every bit of the generational talent he was billed and hyped up to be coming out of LSU and he's off to a much hotter start than everyone anticipated. Moving forward, Chase is back in the low-end WR2/high-end WR3 conversation and he should have another solid performance here against the Bears pass defense that got torched by Rams receivers multiple times for deep touchdowns.
3 days ago
T.J. Hockenson Note
T.J. Hockenson photo 58. T.J. Hockenson TE - DET (at GB)
We're into Week 2 already, but it should be noted that in three career Week 1 games, Hockenson has 19 catches for 284 yards and three touchdowns. He looked terrific against the 49ers, catching 8 of 11 targets for 97 yards and a score. If he stays healthy all season, Hockenson is probably going to lead the Lions in targets and receptions.
3 days ago
James Robinson Note
James Robinson photo 59. James Robinson RB - JAC (vs . DEN)
Well, this isn't exactly what James Robinson's fantasy managers wanted to see. Robinson had only five carries in week one as opposed to Carlos Hyde's nine. The good news is that Robinson was targeted seven times and reeled in six of those catches...for three total yards. This offense in Jacksonville does not look like one that we really want to be investing in for fantasy purposes, but especially here in this backfield. Until we see Robinson receive the majority of the workload - like he deserves to - he can't be trusted as anything more than a low-end RB2.
3 days ago
Chase Claypool Note
Chase Claypool photo 60. Chase Claypool WR - PIT (vs . LV)
Chase Claypool was relatively quiet in week one, but the offense being dysfunctional and the matchup certainly didn't help. However, he still was able to make his presence known with a jaw-dropping catch over Tre White on the sideline. Claypool's talent is on full display every single game and he's in line for a massive performance sooner than later. It very well could come in this matchup against the Raiders secondary. They simply don't have the players necessary to match up on these Steelers WRs. Start Claypool this week as a high-end WR3 with massive upside.
3 days ago
DeVonta Smith Note
DeVonta Smith photo 61. DeVonta Smith WR - PHI (vs . SF)
Welcome to the NFL, Devonta Smith! Smith looked absolutely fantastic in week one and he torched the Falcons secondary continuously throughout the game. He made his presence known by going for 6-71-1 on eight targets and there's the possibility he could have had a lot more if the game had been closer in the second half. Looking at week two, the 49ers are reeling after the loss of Jason Verrett with a torn ACL and their CB depth is suddenly very shaky. Hurts might not be as productive of a passer in week two, but Smith should easily see a minimum of six targets in this game and that automatically puts him in the WR3 conversation. He can be started with confidence this week.
3 days ago
Courtland Sutton Note
Courtland Sutton photo 62. Courtland Sutton WR - DEN (at JAC)
Jerry Jeudy is now out of the picture for the next several weeks, which certainly bumps up Courtland Sutton. While Sutton led the Broncos in WR snaps with 53, he wasn't particularly effective and only reeled in one catch for 14 yards on three targets. This was his first game back after missing the majority of last season, so it could have been shaking off some rust and he now has the perfect matchup in front of him for a get-right game. The Jaguars seem to be a ship that is sinking already one game into the season and they're not going to have an answer for someone like Sutton. He can be viewed as a low-end WR2/high-end WR3 against Jacksonville.
3 days ago
Brandin Cooks Note
Brandin Cooks photo 63. Brandin Cooks WR - HOU (at CLE)
As of right now, Brandin Cooks is the only WR that you'll want to roster and start from Houston. He came through for fantasy managers that started him with an incredible performance in week one by going 5-132-0 on seven targets. With that being said, the Browns defense has a stout secondary and they're going to be able to key in on stopping Cooks. With no other WRs ready to steal attention away just yet, Cooks could be double-teamed regularly in this matchup and he could fail to live up to the numbers he reached against the Jaguars. Every single week moving forward, Cooks should be viewed as a WR3. He's going to be a safe option that will see his six or more targets every game, but the upside probably isn't going to regularly be there.
3 days ago
Jarvis Landry Note
Jarvis Landry photo 64. Jarvis Landry WR - CLE (vs . HOU)
With Odell Beckham ruled out for Week 2, Landry is once again Cleveland's WR1 in a favorable matchup with the Texans. Target volume won't be massive, but Landry should see enough looks to land in the WR3/flex conversation.
3 days ago
Corey Davis Note
Corey Davis photo 65. Corey Davis WR - NYJ (vs . NE)
Corey Davis came through for fantasy managers that had hope and he proved that he was worth taking the shot on as a WR4 in drafts. He finished as the overall WR5 in fantasy football last week, but we shouldn't be expecting the same type of performance here against the Patriots. The Jets are going to struggle to move the ball against this Patriots defense and Davis most likely has very limited upside. He should see a heavy target dose again this week, but the upside is limited. He can be viewed as a low-end WR3. Otherwise, none of the other Jets WRs are worth considering for fantasy football this week.
3 days ago
Jamaal Williams Note
Jamaal Williams photo 66. Jamaal Williams RB - DET (at GB)
Swift and Williams both had strong performances in Week 1, but it's Swift's usage that warrants attention. He played 63 snaps to Williams' 32 - this after a report that Williams was going to be the leading man. Swift carried 11 times for 39 yards. He was targeted 11 times and had eight catches for 65 yards and a touchdown. That's 24.4 PPR points - not a bad day at the office. Williams made the most of his lesser snap count, carrying nine times for 54 yards and a touchdown, and turning nine targets into eight catches for 56 yards and a touchdown. That's 25.0 PPR points. Touché, Mr. Williams. There won't be 36 touches for these two to divide every week, but there's room for both to be fantasy assets.
3 days ago
Leonard Fournette Note
Leonard Fournette photo 67. Leonard Fournette RB - TB (vs . ATL)
Leonard Fournette took advantage of Jones' mistake in week one and put together a decent stat line when it was all said and done, but he now appears set to return to a complimentary role in this backfield with Jones being named the starter again for week two. At this point, Fournette is merely a desperation FLEX play that you're hoping can find the end zone in order to make an impact for fantasy football. There's simply no guaranteeing what his workload is going to be in this one or any game moving forward. It's going to take an injury to Jones for Fournette to be trustworthy for fantasy.
3 days ago
Kenny Golladay Note
Kenny Golladay photo 68. Kenny Golladay WR - NYG (at WAS)
Kenny Golladay came back last week and performed quite well in a tough matchup against the Denver Broncos secondary. He made a couple of very difficult grabs in tight coverage and was able to bail out Jones on a couple of occasions. Even though he wasn't a fantastic option for fantasy purposes, it's encouraging to see him get back on the field and look like the Golladay we saw in Detroit. With that being said, this is another tough matchup for opposing wideouts and Golladay's going to have to be incredibly efficient with his opportunity again. He can be viewed as a WR3 that has some upside if Jones and him can connect for a score.
3 days ago
JuJu Smith-Schuster Note
JuJu Smith-Schuster photo 69. JuJu Smith-Schuster WR - PIT (vs . LV)
Juju Smith-Schuster saw a significant target share in week one against the Bills, but his role in this offense is unlikely to lead to top-tier fantasy production. He's not known for his speed and athleticism after the catch, but he's still continuously given a low ADOT (6.6 in week one) and asked to operate underneath. Juju can be viewed as a low-end FLEX play in Half PPR formats that does get a bump up in Full PPR formats.
3 days ago
Mike Davis Note
Mike Davis photo 70. Mike Davis RB - ATL (at TB)
The argument for drafting Mike Davis this year was centered around his volume. Based on the fact that there were very few other bodies in this backfield in Atlanta, Davis seemed poised to handle a significant workload each and every game. Well, Davis saw 21 total opportunities (carries + targets) this past week, but it only led to a RB32 finish on the week. If this offense is going to look as rough as it did in week one moving forward, Davis is simply going to be a volume play every single week with very little upside. Heading into a matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Davis is a full sit for me in every matchup, if I can.
3 days ago
Mark Andrews Note
Mark Andrews photo 71. Mark Andrews TE - BAL (vs . KC)
In a Monday-night affair where Raiders TE Darren Waller saw 15 targets and finished with 105 yards and a touchdown, the Ravens' pass-catching tight end was strangely quiet. Andrews was targeted five times against Las Vegas and had three catches for 20 yards. As with teammate Marquise Brown, Andrews doesn't have an illustrious record in games against Kansas City. In three meetings with the Chiefs, Andrews has caught 6 of 17 targets for 37 yards and no touchdowns.
3 days ago
Robby Anderson Note
Robby Anderson photo 72. Robby Anderson WR - CAR (vs . NO)
Robby Anderson certainly wasn't featured as much in week one of the 2021 NFL season as he was in 2020, but he made his opportunity count by getting behind the defense for a long touchdown play. Anderson took a back seat to Marshall Jr. from a targets perspective, but he was still the starting WR ahead of Marshall and had 33 Receiving Routes Run to Marshall's 23. Moving forward, we can't be as confident in Anderson as we were last season, but the opportunity is still in front of him. He can be viewed as a WR3 option for fantasy lineups in week two.
3 days ago
Marquise Brown Note
Marquise Brown photo 73. Marquise Brown WR - BAL (vs . KC)
With a touchdown in the opener in Las Vegas, Brown has scored seven touchdowns in his last seven regular-season games. In two career games against the Chiefs, Brown has been woefully ineffective, catching 4 of 15 targets for 62 yards and no touchdowns.
3 days ago
Jaylen Waddle Note
Jaylen Waddle photo 74. Jaylen Waddle WR - MIA (vs . BUF)
Jaylen Waddle came out and reminded everyone why he was the 6th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. He found the end zone in his first NFL game and had every element of his skillset on display against the Patriots. He was being used creatively in this offense and was used consistently on pre-snap motions to create free releases, which are only going to help his stats as he gets more and more acclimated to the NFL. Moving forward, the sky is the limit for Waddle and what he can be for fantasy football. It's a tough matchup against the Bills secondary, but Waddle's going to have every opportunity to simply get the ball into his hands and let him create. He can be viewed as a WR3 this week.
3 days ago
Laviska Shenault Jr. Note
Laviska Shenault Jr. photo 75. Laviska Shenault Jr. WR - JAC (vs . DEN)
Laviska Shenault certainly filled the type of role we assumed he would in this offense after Travis Etienne went down with an injury. Shenault had an ADOT of 4.0 yards in week one against the Texans and 38 of his 50 yards receiving came after the catch. While Shenault has the talent to make this role work in the NFL, it's probably not going to lead to a ton of fantasy production in this offense with the way it's looked so far. Shenault can be viewed as a low-end FLEX option in week two that gets a bump up in Full PPR formats.
3 days ago
Jakobi Meyers Note
Jakobi Meyers photo 76. Jakobi Meyers WR - NE (at NYJ)
Jakobi Meyers had a tough matchup last week, but he provided a solid floor for fantasy managers, especially in Full PPR formats. He's going to be Jones' safety blanket this season and he should soak up targets. He might not present a ton of upside in tougher matchups, but he has plenty here against the Jets secondary. Start Meyers this week as a solid FLEX option that could easily find the end zone.
3 days ago
Marvin Jones Jr. Note
Marvin Jones Jr. photo 77. Marvin Jones Jr. WR - JAC (vs . DEN)
Marvin Jones ended up leading this Jaguars team in snaps at the WR position last week and he was able to salvage his fantasy performance with a late touchdown. While the opportunity is there in front of him - and he should continue to be heavily targeted this week - this is a matchup that I'm looking to avoid playing Jones if I can. The Broncos secondary should keep the Jaguars in check all game long and this could be a tough outing for the Jaguars offense. Jones is a low-end FLEX option in my rankings.
3 days ago
Kenyan Drake Note
Kenyan Drake photo 78. Kenyan Drake RB - LV (at PIT)
With Josh Jacobs ruled out for Week 2, you can confidently deploy Drake as a mid-range RB3/flex option, even in a tough matchup. Pittsburgh's defense is no joke, but Drake's pass-catching prowess (5/59 in Week 1) should prop up his production in this one.
3 days ago
Tyler Boyd Note
Tyler Boyd photo 79. Tyler Boyd WR - CIN (at CHI)
After finishing behind both Tee Higgins and Ja'Marr Chase in the Bengals' opener, Boyd will be tough to trust in Week 2 against the Bears. He's likely the fourth option in the passing game behind the aforementioned receivers and Joe Mixon, so Boyd shouldn't be counted on for more than WR3/4 production.
3 days ago
D.J. Chark Jr. Note
D.J. Chark Jr. photo 80. D.J. Chark Jr. WR - JAC (vs . DEN)
DJ Chark saw the second most snaps at the WR position for Jacksonville this past week and logged an absurd 12 targets, but he was only able to reel in three of them for 86 yards and a score. It's a solid end stat line, but the catch percentage is a big concern moving forward. In a tougher matchup against the Broncos, Chark's a boom-or-bust WR3.
3 days ago
Ronald Jones II Note
Ronald Jones II photo 81. Ronald Jones II RB - TB (vs . ATL)
Well, this is a complete mess, huh? After fumbling last week - on a solid play by Demarcus Lawrence - Jones was completely relegated to the bench and watched Fournette take over this backfield. It seemed like we were trending towards never seeing Jones on the field again for the rest of the season, but Bruce Arians did what he's done previously and has brought Jones out of the dog house and has elevated him right back into the starting job against Atlanta. Could Jones absolutely go off in this matchup? 100%. Could he also fumble again and ride the bench the majority of the game? Absolutely. This situation in Tampa Bay has the potential to be one of the greatest situations for a running back in all of fantasy football, but the way Bruce Arians manages it just makes it a complete headache. Jones can be viewed as a high-end RB3 again this week. He has the potential to blow up, but he also has the potential to disappear and that's not what I'm looking for in my RB2 or higher.
3 days ago
Kyle Pitts Note
Kyle Pitts photo 82. Kyle Pitts TE - ATL (at TB)
Was there a part of me that hoped Pitts would come out in week one and absolutely set the league on fire? Absolutely. However, he produced like a rookie TE normally does in their first NFL game and that's fine. It takes TEs a bit of time to adjust to the speed of the NFL game with all that they're asked to do and Pitts is no exception. It's going to take him time before he starts producing like a high-end TE1. The encouraging part for fantasy managers is that he was aligning everywhere in this offense and they were clearly intent on getting the ball into his hands. Pitts logged 49 total snaps in week one with 12 coming inline, 23 snaps coming from the slot, and 14 out wide. He also finished with the third-highest team target share for the TE position in week one with 24.2%. There's enough to build upon moving forward, but we shouldn't be excited to play Pitts this week against the Bucs. He's still a start based on the investment you made in him and the likelihood that you don't have another top-tier option to pivot to, but we shouldn't be expecting crazy things from him in this game.
3 days ago
Rob Gronkowski Note
Rob Gronkowski photo 83. Rob Gronkowski TE - TB (vs . ATL)
I'm going to be honest, I didn't see eight targets incoming for Rob Gronkowski last week. At this stage of his career, I expected Gronk to be merely just a red-zone option that could sneak a touchdown or two away here or there, but I didn't see 90 receiving yards coming right out of the gates. He looked like the old Gronkowski and we know that him and Brady have the chemistry necessary to lead to top-tier fantasy production. Against Atlanta, Gronkowski should be viewed as a low-end TE1/high-end TE2 with upside.
3 days ago
Sterling Shepard Note
Sterling Shepard photo 84. Sterling Shepard WR - NYG (at WAS)
Last week, there weren't any Giants WRs I was willing to go near for fantasy and Sterling Shepard proved me wrong. He came out and put on a show against some very good corners for 113 yards and a score. With Kadarius Toney failing to step into a larger role just yet, Shepard's a very safe and reliable option for fantasy purposes. We shouldn't be viewing him as anything more than a FLEX option just yet, but he should see enough volume to easily return that value against the Washington secondary.
3 days ago
Marquez Callaway Note
Marquez Callaway photo 85. Marquez Callaway WR - NO (at CAR)
Marquez Callaway was someone that was hyped up coming into the NFL season and everything was lining up for him to be a valuable fantasy option in this offense. And yet, while Winston threw five touchdown passes in week one, none of them were to Callaway. In fact, the young wideout only saw two targets in week one. He has the talent and opportunity to make an impact for fantasy football, but we simply don't know if Winston's going to lean on him heading into week two. Right now, Callaway probably belongs on your bench until we see Winston feature him. Otherwise, Winston appears set to distribute the ball pretty evenly across the receiving corps, which makes starting any of the other options a complete dart throw. Any of them could pop off for a big performance in this matchup, but we have no predictability with them just yet.
3 days ago
Noah Fant Note
Noah Fant photo 86. Noah Fant TE - DEN (at JAC)
Fant was surprisingly involved in Week 1, going 6/62 on a healthy eight targets. With Jerry Jeudy out for the short term, Fant's opportunities in this offense should grow. He gets a solid matchup with the Jags in Week 2, placing him in the TE1 conversation.
3 days ago
James Conner Note
James Conner photo 87. James Conner RB - ARI (vs . MIN)
Conner and Chase Edmonds should both be fine flex options this week against a Vikings defense that will be missing several key contributors. Though he wasn't targeted in Week 1, Conner's 16 carries were a welcomed sight for fantasy managers. Expect a similar workload in Week 2 with increased upside.
3 days ago
DeVante Parker Note
DeVante Parker photo 88. DeVante Parker WR - MIA (vs . BUF)
Devante Parker came out and received more of a target share in this offense than I anticipated in week one! Tua was looking his way frequently against New England and looking to push the ball downfield too. There had been mixed emotions about Parker from a fantasy perspective this entire off-season, but he came through for fantasy managers that took the shot on him. Parker should draw coverage from Tre White in this game, who just held Chase Claypool in check for the majority of last week, but the target totals could be enough to give him low-end FLEX appeal.
3 days ago
Devin Singletary Note
Devin Singletary photo 89. Devin Singletary RB - BUF (at MIA)
Zack Moss was a surprisingly late inactive for the Bills and it appears that Devin Singletary may have taken the full reigns of this starting job. With that being said, we need to temper our expectations for Singletary from a fantasy perspective. While he was great on the ground against Pittsburgh - 72 yards rushing and 6.5 YPC - there's very little upside to starting him in your lineups. At his size, he's unlikely to see 20+ carries in a game and we know the offense doesn't want to operate that way anyway, plus he's going to lose out on goal-line opportunities to Allen. Singletary can be incredibly efficient and still fall outside of the top-24 RBs on the week because of his lack of volume and scoring upside. Up against Miami, it's best to view Singletary as a high-end RB3 that has very little upside.
3 days ago
Logan Thomas Note
Logan Thomas photo 90. Logan Thomas TE - WAS (vs . NYG)
Thomas didn't end up with high reception totals in week one, but he was able to find the end zone and subsequently vault up the fantasy TE week-end rankings. The Giants weren't able to eliminate Noah Fant from last week's matchup and he was able to reel in six catches for 62 yards. Thomas should be a safe option this week that has upside as well. He can be viewed as a mid-range/low-end TE1.
3 days ago
Brandon Aiyuk Note
Brandon Aiyuk photo 91. Brandon Aiyuk WR - SF (at PHI)
I don't think Aiyuk's rookie season was a fluke, and I certainly think he'll get back on track this season. Still, a zero-catch performance on just one target is highly discouraging. It wouldn't be recommended to play Aiyuk this week, and he should be considered a risky flex until his numbers show otherwise.
3 days ago
Nelson Agholor Note
Nelson Agholor photo 92. Nelson Agholor WR - NE (at NYJ)
Nelson Agholor was banged up all last week, so I didn't anticipate him playing particularly well, especially in a tougher matchup. However, he came through with a big performance against the Dolphins with a 5-72-1 stat line on nine targets. The Jets secondary is one of - if not the worst - in the NFL, so Agholor should have plenty of opportunity again in this matchup to find the end zone. Based on where you drafted him, or maybe even scooped him up off of waivers, Agholor can be dropped into your lineup as a solid FLEX play with upside.
3 days ago
Tyler Higbee Note
Tyler Higbee photo 93. Tyler Higbee TE - LAR (at IND)
Welcome back to fantasy relevance, Tyler Higbee! After being cancelled out by Gerald Everett for the majority of the 2020 season, Higbee got back to making an impact for fantasy rosters in week one. He was being featured in this offense and subsequently ended up with the fourth-highest target share for any TE in the NFL from week one with a 23% market share. He's a dynamic talent at the position and LA was doing everything they could to simply get the ball in his hands. If you scooped up Higbee in the later rounds of your draft, you have to be encouraged with what you saw in week one. Moving forward, Higbee can be viewed as a mid-range TE1 with upside every single week.
3 days ago
Cole Beasley Note
Cole Beasley photo 94. Cole Beasley WR - BUF (at MIA)
Cole Beasley is not exactly a player that fantasy managers are out there clamoring to add to their lineups, but he's going to produce whenever he's healthy and on the field. Beasley ended up with a 25.5% target share right out of the gates and he was a solid FLEX play in Full PPR formats. He's not the sexiest option for fantasy lineups, but if you're looking for a safe option for your lineups, Beasley's a solid play.
3 days ago
Mark Ingram II Note
Mark Ingram II photo 95. Mark Ingram II RB - HOU (at CLE)
Alright, who had all three Texans RBs scoring a week one touchdown on their 2021 NFL Bingo card? Mark Ingram stepped in and absolutely dominated the carry share as he was on route to 26 carries against the Jaguars. While the game-script certainly played a massive role in that - and it's unlikely to ever happen again this season - Ingram at least warrants consideration for desperate fantasy managers. However, against the Browns run defense, it's probably best to leave Ingram on your bench if you did pick him up off of waivers.
3 days ago
Michael Pittman Jr. Note
Michael Pittman Jr. photo 96. Michael Pittman Jr. WR - IND (vs . LAR)
Everything aligned for Pittman Jr. to have a solid game in week one, but unfortunately for Pittman's fantasy managers, the touchdowns went to Pascal. Now, Pittman gets to face a very stout Rams pass defense that will most likely have Jalen Ramsey key in on him. Pittman was in consideration for me as a WR3 in week one, but he's simply just a low-end FLEX play this week that you're hoping finds his way back into significant volume.
3 days ago
AJ Dillon Note
AJ Dillon photo 97. AJ Dillon RB - GB (vs . DET)
Dallas Goedert Note
Dallas Goedert photo 98. Dallas Goedert TE - PHI (vs . SF)
This TE room was essentially a near-even split from a Receiving Routes Run perspective in week one, but Dallas Goedert was the one that was able to make his mark for fantasy lineups. With that being said, Goedert ran a total of 26 Receiving Routes against Atlanta and Zach Ertz ran 23, which makes trusting Goedert as a locked-in TE1 a difficult thing. There's a strong possibility that next week, the ball heads Ertz's way more than Goedert's and that's a dangerous world to live in for fantasy managers. Goedert is absolutely still worth considering as a low-end TE1 just because of his touchdown upside and the nature of the position, but we shouldn't get too carried away just yet and call him a locked-in mid-range TE1.
3 days ago
Tim Patrick Note
Tim Patrick photo 99. Tim Patrick WR - DEN (at JAC)
With Jeudy down and out, Tim Patrick immediately vaults up rankings for week two of the 2021 NFL season. Last year, Patrick was incredible with his increased opportunity when Sutton was out and he was a reliable fantasy option nearly every single week. He appeared to be the No. 4 WR heading into this season, but he was heavily involved in this offense even before the Jeudy injury. He's a very talented WR that now has the potential to lead this Broncos offense in targets if Sutton isn't at 100% right now. He should be rostered in every format and he can be viewed as a WR3 this week with upside.
3 days ago
Robert Tonyan Note
Robert Tonyan photo 100. Robert Tonyan TE - GB (vs . DET)
All things considered, the Lions did a pretty decent job of covering George Kittle in Week 1, holding him to four catches for 78 yards. After his surprise 2020 season, Tonyan began his 2021 campaign by catching two balls for eight yards.
3 days ago
Christian Kirk Note
Christian Kirk photo 101. Christian Kirk WR - ARI (vs . MIN)
One of the issues that has plagued Christian Kirk from a production standpoint over the past few years is that he's been miscast in this Cardinals offense. He's always been a talented WR, but with Larry Fitzgerald still on the roster - and dominating the slot snaps - Kirk was never able to land where he's the most effective. Now, Fitzgerald is no longer in town and Kirk lined up 95% of the time in week one out of the slot. What did it translate to for fantasy football? A top-8 finish at the WR position in week one. While Kirk only saw a 15.6% target share, he reeled in all five of his targets for 70 yards and two scores. He was utilized all over the field and he should have another very productive performance this week. He'll draw coverage from Mackensie Alexander this week, who is allowing 1.39 Yards Per Route Covered. Kirk should be in your lineup as a high-end FLEX option for week two.
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Darnell Mooney Note
Darnell Mooney photo 102. Darnell Mooney WR - CHI (vs . CIN)
Darnell Mooney wasn't that much more effective than Robinson on Sunday night and he ended the game with merely 26 receiving yards on five receptions. Dalton kept everything close to the line of scrimmage in this one and Mooney's true skillset as a deep downfield threat is not being fully utilized. In this matchup, Mooney shouldn't be viewed as anything more than a low-end FLEX option. He has the talent to pop off for a big play or two, but we just can't have confidence in this passing game yet.
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Marquez Valdes-Scantling Note
Marquez Valdes-Scantling photo 103. Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR - GB (vs . DET)
There was a lot of buzz about MVS in training camp this year, but he can be wildly inconsistent, alternating big plays with egregious drops. Like many of his teammates, Valdes-Scantling was quiet in Week 1, catching three passes for 17 yards.
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Jared Cook Note
Jared Cook photo 104. Jared Cook TE - LAC (vs . DAL)
Need a tight end? Cook is only 36% rostered in Yahoo leagues, and his Week 1 usage was encouraging. He only played six more snaps than Donald Parham but was targeted eight times and had five grabs for 56 yards. Buccaneers TE Rob Gronkowski lit up Dallas for 90 yards and two TDs in Week 1.
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Nyheim Hines Note
Nyheim Hines photo 105. Nyheim Hines RB - IND (vs . LAR)
Nyheim Hines had some question marks surrounding him coming into the season. There was absolutely the possibility that he was a valuable option for fantasy football as a change-of-pace option to JT, but Marlon Mack's presence on this depth chart made that situation a little bit murky. Mack was active on Sunday, but was nowhere to be seen and Hines logged an impressive nine carries on the ground to go with eight targets in the passing game. If Mack is going to remain on the sideline, Hines absolutely is worth looking at as a low-end RB3 in Full PPR formats. Especially if Wentz is going to target his RBs as heavily as he did in week one.
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Mecole Hardman Note
Mecole Hardman photo 106. Mecole Hardman WR - KC (at BAL)
As long as the speedy Hardman is on the field enough, good things should eventually happen, right? Uh, maybe. Hardman played a respectable 69% of the Chiefs' offensive snaps in Week 1. He caught 3 of 3 targets for 19 yards. Hardman has had fewer than 50 receiving yards in nine consecutive regular-season games.
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Jonnu Smith Note
Jonnu Smith photo 107. Jonnu Smith TE - NE (at NYJ)
Jonnu Smith literally aligned everywhere last week for the New England Patriots. He logged 55 total snaps and 35 were inline, 10 were in the slot, and 10 were out wide. We didn't see him get a carry out of the backfield, but I figure that's coming sooner than later. This is encouraging for fantasy managers that drafted Smith with a late pick. He saw a 12.8% target share and was given the ball in a variety of creative ways that allowed him to pick up yards after the catch. In week two, against the New York Jets, Smith's a solid low-end TE1 option yet again that has an excellent chance of scoring.
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Rondale Moore Note
Rondale Moore photo 108. Rondale Moore WR - ARI (vs . MIN)
Here's a fun stat from week one: Rondale Moore had an ADOT of 4.0 yards, but he ended up with 68 yards receiving. That's right, 64 of Moore's 68 receiving yards came after the catch in week one. He's incredibly fun to watch on the field and there's already very few players who are better YAC artists in today's NFL. With that being said, Moore might not be at the point where he's a reliable fantasy option just yet. Moore only ran 14 Receiving Routes in week one and that's simply not enough for us to trust him in our lineups as anything more than a FLEX play in Full PPR formats. He has the potential to be great for fantasy down the line, but it's probably not going to happen until we see his snap counts dramatically increase.
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Jalen Reagor Note
Jalen Reagor photo 109. Jalen Reagor WR - PHI (vs . SF)
Jalen Reagor was able to find the end zone last week on a screen play where he was able to use his athleticism to pick up yardage after the catch. He should remain involved enough in this matchup to warrant low-end FLEX consideration, but I don't have full confidence in him just yet. We need to see what he looks like in a tougher matchup before we can confidently start him in our lineups.
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Sammy Watkins Note
Sammy Watkins photo 110. Sammy Watkins WR - BAL (vs . KC)
Revenge game! Watkins faces his old team Sunday night in Baltimore. In the loss to the Raiders, Watkins' 82% snap share led all Ravens receivers, and he had a team-high eight targets and 96 receiving yards. It's a nice start with his new team, but Watkins has teased us before only to disappear for long stretches or get hurt.
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Bryan Edwards Note
Bryan Edwards photo 111. Bryan Edwards WR - LV (at PIT)
Throughout the first three quarters of week one, it looked like Derek Carr forgot he had players lined up as WRs. In fact, it appeared as though he thought Waller was the only option on offense as he peppered him with targets time and time again. However, once Carr settled in and the rust wore off from not playing in the pre-season, he started to distribute the ball evenly and Bryan Edwards came alive. If you watched the game, you know that Edwards was inches away from having the walk-off touchdown, but he was called down just inside the one-yard line. He could've finished with a fantastic stat line and we would've been unanimously calling this a breakout performance from the second-year wideout, but we're simply looking now at a solid 4-81-0 line. Edwards appears to be the real deal from a talent perspective, but the question is going to be which version of Carr we see here in week two against the Steelers? Is he going to lock onto Waller and forget that his WRs are playing? Or will he be encouraged by what Edwards did and start to feature him more and more in this offense? Only time will tell, but Edwards is slowly creeping up rankings and he can be considered as a low-end FLEX play in week two.
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Carlos Hyde Note
Carlos Hyde photo 112. Carlos Hyde RB - JAC (vs . DEN)
Carlos Hyde received the majority of the workload on the ground in week one, but we simply can't trust him for fantasy football with the current state of this offense. Urban Meyer doesn't seem to have a full understanding of how to run a NFL franchise and it's showing in his usage of these RBs. Hyde can be picked up in leagues if you're desperate for a healthy RB, but otherwise we shouldn't be looking his direction.
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KJ Hamler Note
KJ Hamler photo 113. KJ Hamler WR - DEN (at JAC)
The speedy Hamler is sure to get a bump in snap share with Jerry Jeudy on the shelf for the next month or so. Through 15 career games, Hamler still hasn't hit 90 receiving yards in a single game, so throwing him into a lineup is still risky business. I have him ranked WR69 this week.
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Emmanuel Sanders Note
Emmanuel Sanders photo 114. Emmanuel Sanders WR - BUF (at MIA)
Emmanuel Sanders came into this offense this off-season and has cemented himself as the WR3. He had 52 Receiving Routes Run in week one compared to Davis' 34 and ended up with a healthy eight targets. While he didn't do anything spectacular from a fantasy perspective, he's going to have enough opportunity in one of the league's best offenses to be viewed as a FLEX option most weeks. Up against Miami, he can be viewed as such.
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Zach Pascal Note
Zach Pascal photo 115. Zach Pascal WR - IND (vs . LAR)
Zach Pascal was able to find the end zone twice last week, but he now faces a very difficult Rams secondary that should be able to clamp down on this Colts passing attack. Pascal's worth a speculative add in redraft leagues, but we shouldn't be viewing him as anything more than a low-end FLEX option.
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Henry Ruggs III Note
Henry Ruggs III photo 116. Henry Ruggs III WR - LV (at PIT)
I'm starting to come to the realization that Henry Ruggs is never going to be utilized in this offense the way that he should. While Ruggs is an incredibly talented WR that has the athleticism to make reliable defenders look foolish in the open field, Jon Gruden seems intent on using Ruggs as a threat to open up the rest of the offense versus featuring him as a key part of the passing game underneath. Ruggs will have his moments this season of being fantasy relevant, but it's going to be difficult to predict when those moments are coming. For right now, Ruggs is still worth stashing on your bench, but we can't be playing him just yet.
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James White Note
James White photo 117. James White RB - NE (at NYJ)
James White has moved back to his pass-catching role with Jones in at QB and he's thriving with the opportunity. While there was the consensus thought that White wouldn't provide much fantasy value this season, he's proving to be a very valuable option in Full PPR formats. He should see plenty of work again this week and can be viewed as a mid-range RB3/FLEX play in Full PPR.
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Terrace Marshall Jr. Note
Terrace Marshall Jr. photo 118. Terrace Marshall Jr. WR - CAR (vs . NO)
He played 53% of Carolina's offensive snaps in his NFL debut, catching 3 of 6 targets for 26 yards. It doesn't seem like much of a debut, but a 17.1% target share on a team with so many other good pass catchers ain't bad.
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Tevin Coleman Note
Tevin Coleman photo 119. Tevin Coleman RB - NYJ (vs . NE)
Trey Sermon Note
Trey Sermon photo 120. Trey Sermon RB - SF (at PHI)
Trey Sermon's benching last week has to go down as one of the most unforeseen and mysterious actions we've seen by a NFL head coach in a long time. We still don't have complete clarity on why Sermon allegedly struggled in camp and the pre-season because he certainly looked like the second best option in this backfield during the NFL pre-season. Regardless, Sermon's now back in the fantasy football conversation after Mostert landed on the IR this week. We certainly cannot play Sermon this week due to the unknowns, but I would not be shocked at all to see Sermon lead this 49ers team in carries when it's all said and done.
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Elijah Moore Note
Elijah Moore photo 121. Elijah Moore WR - NYJ (vs . NE)
It was a bust statistically, but Moore's NFL debut could have been a lot better. He finished with one catch for minus-3 yards. There was a "drop" on a deep throw from Zach Wilson early on (though it would have been a fairly difficult catch to make), and a 22-yard reception in the fourth quarter that was negated by an illegal formation penalty. This isn't the week to give Moore a spot start, but giving up on him based on his Week 1 stat line would be foolhardy.
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Latavius Murray Note
Latavius Murray photo 122. Latavius Murray RB - BAL (vs . KC)
This is a hard backfield to discern. Williams played 51% of the offensive snaps on Monday, Murray played 31%, and the Ravens promoted Freeman to the active roster Thursday. Williams looked like he had more juice than Murray. Williams had a nice 21-yard gain on a catch in the flat early on. He exploded through the middle on a 35-yard TD run. Murray had a touchdown too, but Williams averaged 7.2 yards per carry, Murray averaged 2.8. On the other hand, Williams whiffed badly on a couple of blocks. The second whiff led to a sack and a fumble, giving the Raiders the ball for what turned out to be the game-winning drive. No doubt John Harbaugh was disappointed with Williams' effort on those plays. As of now I have Williams ranked RB25, Murray RB49, and I still haven't decided where I'm going to slot Freeman. I'll be trying to read the tea leaves on this backfield all the way up to kickoff on Sunday.
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Gerald Everett Note
Gerald Everett photo 123. Gerald Everett TE - SEA (vs . TEN)
He only drew two targets in his first game with Seattle, but Everett has 20 yards and a touchdown. Seattle's new offense seems like a nice fit for Everett, but we'd like to see him get more than two targets in Week 2.
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Kenneth Gainwell Note
Kenneth Gainwell photo 124. Kenneth Gainwell RB - PHI (vs . SF)
Kenneth Gainwell was someone that I loved coming into the NFL Draft and was shocked when he fell as far as he did. Coming into the 2021 season though, it was unclear what exactly his role in this offense was going to be. Would Boston Scott play a massive role behind Sanders or could it be more of a 50/50 split? We have our answer after week one and it's not even a competition. Scott only came onto the field in Special Teams packages and Gainwell amassed 11 touches right out of the gates. While he scored - and that vaulted him up the fantasy finish rankings - it's unlikely that he finds the end zone every single week. He'll be a useful FLEX play in Full PPR formats - and he's worth rostering on your bench in nearly every format - but we shouldn't jump too far with our conclusions from one game.
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Russell Gage Note
Russell Gage photo 125. Russell Gage WR - ATL (at TB)
I'm still confident that Gage can be a reliable weekly flex option moving forward, even after being shut down on two targets in Week 1. He gets a more favorable matchup with Tampa Bay in Week 2, and I'd consider him a risk/reward WR3.
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Gabriel Davis Note
Gabriel Davis photo 126. Gabriel Davis WR - BUF (at MIA)
Gabriel Davis was able to find the end zone in week one against the Pittsburgh Steelers defense, but he was the clear WR4 on this roster from a target share perspective. Moving forward, Davis is most likely going to fall into the FLEX conversation that will present some boom potential from time to time, but until we see him take over Sanders or Beasley from a snap share perspective, he can't be viewed as more than that.
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Tony Jones Jr. Note
Tony Jones Jr. photo 127. Tony Jones Jr. RB - NO (at CAR)
Tony Jones Jr. was heavily involved in his first NFL regular season action and he didn't hurt fantasy lineups where he was started. While he'll take a clear backseat to Kamara every single week, this role that he's filling is still very valuable for fantasy football. He should see 10+ touches every week and he can be started as a low-end FLEX option, if necessary. However, he needs to be rostered in 100% of leagues because of his upside if something were to happen to Kamara.
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Mike Gesicki Note
Mike Gesicki photo 128. Mike Gesicki TE - MIA (vs . BUF)
It's time to ditch Gesicki. He played just 39% of Miami's offensive snaps in Week 1, while fellow TE Durham Smythe, a superior blocker, played 70% of the snaps. And now Will Fuller is back, which will increase the Dolphins' usage of three-WR sets. I have Gesicki ranked TE19 this week, and even that feels overly optimistic.
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Tony Pollard Note
Tony Pollard photo 129. Tony Pollard RB - DAL (at LAC)
Hunter Renfrow Note
Hunter Renfrow photo 130. Hunter Renfrow WR - LV (at PIT)
Hunter Renfrow came back into the lineup after being on the bench for the majority of last season and he certainly made an impact for fantasy football. He finished with a 6-70-0 stat line on nine targets, which is certainly valuable in Full PPR formats. This was on the back of Carr throwing 56 times, so he's unlikely to reach those high target totals every single week, but he's certainly worth picking up and stashing on your bench in Full PPR formats. He'll have his moments this season where you can plug him into your lineup as a FLEX play that you know won't hurt your lineup. This just isn't one of those matchups, unfortunately.
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Cole Kmet Note
Cole Kmet photo 131. Cole Kmet TE - CHI (vs . CIN)
Cole Kmet fantasy managers should rejoice at this stat: Kmet was top-10 in Receiving Routes Run at the TE position in week one! He logged a total of 51 snaps on offense to Jimmy Graham's 14 and it led to some solid fantasy production. While a 5-42-0 stat line isn't anything to jump up and down about, it's encouraging for fantasy managers that added Kmet late in their drafts in hopes that he could start to take over this TE job in Chicago. This offense is lying in wait until we see Fields take over, which is when we could see Kmet take off, but he's still going to be fantasy relevant in the meantime. Against the Bengals, Kmet can be viewed as a high-end TE2.
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Darius Slayton Note
Darius Slayton photo 132. Darius Slayton WR - NYG (at WAS)
Darius Slayton was able to hit 65 receiving yards in week one, which will certainly work for fantasy purposes, but he did it on only three receptions. His usage in this Giants offense isn't secure enough to the point where we can rely on him as anything more than a boom-or-bust FLEX play. If we're assuming Jones struggles again in this one as a passer, we shouldn't be looking to start Slayton here.
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Hunter Henry Note
Hunter Henry photo 133. Hunter Henry TE - NE (at NYJ)
Jonnu Smith's status is worth monitoring heading into Week 2, as any absence or limitation would bode quite well for Henry's outlook against the Jets. This is a highly favorable matchup, and Henry would slot in immediately as a TE1 if thrust into a starting role.
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Austin Hooper Note
Austin Hooper photo 134. Austin Hooper TE - CLE (vs . HOU)
Van Jefferson Note
Van Jefferson photo 135. Van Jefferson WR - LAR (at IND)
Ty Johnson Note
Ty Johnson photo 136. Ty Johnson RB - NYJ (vs . NE)
Dyami Brown Note
Dyami Brown photo 137. Dyami Brown WR - WAS (vs . NYG)
The surface stats were terrible - one catch for minus-2 yards - but Brown's usage in his NFL debut was exciting. He was on the field for 51 of Washington's 55 offensive snaps, playing 18 snaps more than No. 3 receiver Adam Humphries. Brown was targeted four times in a game where Washington attempted only 27 passes. With Curtis Samuel on IR and out indefinitely with a groin injury, Brown has a golden opportunity to make a splash. It didn't happen for him in Week 1, but if he keeps seeing snap shares of around 90%, he'll have big days. I think Brown would be a sneaky-good addition to fantasy rosters this week.
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Phillip Lindsay Note
Phillip Lindsay photo 138. Phillip Lindsay RB - HOU (at CLE)
Damien Williams Note
Damien Williams photo 139. Damien Williams RB - CHI (vs . CIN)
Amon-Ra St. Brown Note
Amon-Ra St. Brown photo 140. Amon-Ra St. Brown WR - DET (at GB)
Allen Lazard Note
Allen Lazard photo 141. Allen Lazard WR - GB (vs . DET)
Quintez Cephus Note
Quintez Cephus photo 142. Quintez Cephus WR - DET (at GB)
Donovan Peoples-Jones Note
Donovan Peoples-Jones photo 143. Donovan Peoples-Jones WR - CLE (vs . HOU)
Zach Ertz Note
Zach Ertz photo 144. Zach Ertz TE - PHI (vs . SF)
Deonte Harris Note
Deonte Harris photo 145. Deonte Harris WR - NO (at CAR)
Marquez Callaway played 52 of the Saints' 62 snaps against the Packers. Harris was a distant second among New Orleans receivers with 27 snaps. Bottom line: Until Tre'Quan Smith and/or Michael Thomas are back, Callaway is probably the only Saints receiver of value.
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A.J. Green Note
A.J. Green photo 146. A.J. Green WR - ARI (vs . MIN)
I was hoping we could chalk up Green's 2020 inefficiency to injuries, but I think he's just dusted. It just seems like he has a defender in his hip pocket on every play now. This isn't how a star deserves to go out.
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Michael Carter Note
Michael Carter photo 147. Michael Carter RB - NYJ (vs . NE)
Cedrick Wilson Note
Cedrick Wilson photo 148. Cedrick Wilson WR - DAL (at LAC)
With Michael Gallup on the shelf with a calf injury for a month or more, Wilson slides into the No. 3 receiver role. He caught 3 of 3 targets for 24 yards in Week 1. Last year, in the Cowboys' early-season shootout with the Seahawks, Wilson erupted for 107 yards and two touchdowns. I don't think he's playable this week, but in an offense as potent as the Cowboys' Wilson is capable of a surprise outburst.
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David Johnson Note
David Johnson photo 149. David Johnson RB - HOU (at CLE)
David Johnson was able to find the end zone last week, but he received a mere seven touches throughout the entire course of the game. In a bad offense, that's not enough to put him on the redraft radar. He can be left on your waiver wire.
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Blake Jarwin Note
Blake Jarwin photo 150. Blake Jarwin TE - DAL (at LAC)
Jarwin was the more popular Dallas tight end during draft season, but Schultz might be the more valuable asset. Schultz out-snapped Jarwin 57-48 in the opener, catching all six of his targets for 45 yards. Jarwin caught 3 of 3 targets for 20 yards. It's possible that the Michael Gallup injury funnels a few extra targets to the Cowboys' tight ends in the weeks to come, but the relatively even allotment of snaps could damage the value of both.
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Giovani Bernard Note
Giovani Bernard photo 151. Giovani Bernard RB - TB (vs . ATL)
Sony Michel Note
Sony Michel photo 152. Sony Michel RB - LAR (at IND)
Tyler Conklin Note
Tyler Conklin photo 153. Tyler Conklin TE - MIN (at ARI)
Tyler Conklin came through with a decent fantasy performance in week one, so he's worth monitoring on the waiver wire moving forward in case he carves out a significant role for himself, but we shouldn't be looking his way for starting lineups just yet.
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Cordarrelle Patterson Note
Cordarrelle Patterson photo 154. Cordarrelle Patterson WR,RB - ATL (at TB)
J.D. McKissic Note
J.D. McKissic photo 155. J.D. McKissic RB - WAS (vs . NYG)
Nico Collins Note
Nico Collins photo 156. Nico Collins WR - HOU (at CLE)
It's hard to gauge the rookie's Week 1 usage in a game the Texans dominated. He played 55% of Houston's snaps and caught 1 of 3 targets for seven yards. It looked as if Collins had scored his first NFL touchdown when he made an acrobatic end-zone catch on a 1-yard fade and managed to stay inbounds, but he was called for offensive pass interference. Collins isn't playable yet, but he's stash-worthy in some leagues.
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Larry Rountree III Note
Larry Rountree III photo 157. Larry Rountree III RB - LAC (vs . DAL)
Juwan Johnson Note
Juwan Johnson photo 158. Juwan Johnson WR,TE - NO (at CAR)
With the Saints currently thin at wide receiver, this could become a TE-centric offense for a while. We saw some of that against Green Bay, although the lopsided score may have muted the effect a bit. Trautman played 51 of 62 snaps. He ran routes on only 35% of those snaps, but again ... blowout. Johnson played only 12 snaps but ran routes on 10 of them. He caught all three of his targets for 21 yards and two touchdowns. Puny snap counts could scare people away from Johnson, but if he's running routes on the vast majority of his snaps - and things seem to be pointing that way - then he could be a useful fantasy option. Johnson's emergence of training camp seemed to turn people away from Trautman, but Trautman's big snap share is a good sign. New Orleans is now fertile ground for TE speculators.
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Dalton Schultz Note
Dalton Schultz photo 159. Dalton Schultz TE - DAL (at LAC)
Jarwin was the more popular Dallas tight end during draft season, but Schultz might be the more valuable asset. Schultz out-snapped Jarwin 57-48 in the opener, catching all six of his targets for 45 yards. Jarwin caught 3 of 3 targets for 20 yards. It's possible that the Michael Gallup injury funnels a few extra targets to the Cowboys' tight ends in the weeks to come, but the relatively even allotment of snaps could damage the value of both.
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Dawson Knox Note
Dawson Knox photo 160. Dawson Knox TE - BUF (at MIA)
He's an athletic young player who has the Buffalo TE gig mostly all to himself, but Knox has topped 50 yards in only one of his last 16 games with the Bills, playoffs included - and in that game he just barely cleared the bar with 51 yards.
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JaMycal Hasty Note
JaMycal Hasty photo 161. JaMycal Hasty RB - SF (at PHI)
Malcolm Brown Note
Malcolm Brown photo 162. Malcolm Brown RB - MIA (vs . BUF)
Eric Ebron Note
Eric Ebron photo 163. Eric Ebron TE - PIT (vs . LV)
The arrival of Freiermuth in Pittsburgh is going to make Ebron widely available on waivers. The rookie from Penn State out-snapped Ebron 29-27, and that gap is probably going to widen as the season wears on. Neither guy is playable for now, but Freiermuth is more likely to warrant a start a month from now.
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Devontae Booker Note
Devontae Booker photo 164. Devontae Booker RB - NYG (at WAS)
Hayden Hurst Note
Hayden Hurst photo 165. Hayden Hurst TE - ATL (at TB)
Quez Watkins Note
Quez Watkins photo 166. Quez Watkins WR - PHI (vs . SF)
He played a 48% snap share, saw some early targets, caught three balls for 23 yards and then sort of disappeared. As much as the Eagles are going to use two-TE sets, it would probably take an injury for Watkins to become fantasy-relevant.
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Kyle Rudolph Note
Kyle Rudolph photo 167. Kyle Rudolph TE - NYG (at WAS)
Demarcus Robinson Note
Demarcus Robinson photo 168. Demarcus Robinson WR - KC (at BAL)
Tyler Kroft Note
Tyler Kroft photo 169. Tyler Kroft TE - NYJ (vs . NE)
It seemed as if Kroft might be a decent streamer TE option this year, but Griffin's involvement may put the kibosh on that notion. Kroft played two-thirds of the snaps in the Jets' opener, catching 3 of 5 targets for 26 yards. Griffin played 48% of the snaps and caught 3 of 6 targets for 22 yards. With Kroft not commanding a greater share of TE snaps and targets in this offense, there's no reason to invest.
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Adam Humphries Note
Adam Humphries photo 170. Adam Humphries WR - WAS (vs . NYG)
DeSean Jackson Note
DeSean Jackson photo 171. DeSean Jackson WR - LAR (at IND)
Darrel Williams Note
Darrel Williams photo 172. Darrel Williams RB - KC (at BAL)
Trent Sherfield Note
Trent Sherfield photo 173. Trent Sherfield WR - SF (at PHI)
Salvon Ahmed Note
Salvon Ahmed photo 174. Salvon Ahmed RB - MIA (vs . BUF)
Alexander Mattison Note
Alexander Mattison photo 175. Alexander Mattison RB - MIN (at ARI)
Zack Moss Note
Zack Moss photo 176. Zack Moss RB - BUF (at MIA)
Randall Cobb Note
Randall Cobb photo 177. Randall Cobb WR - GB (vs . DET)
Jalen Guyton Note
Jalen Guyton photo 178. Jalen Guyton WR - LAC (vs . DAL)
Kendrick Bourne Note
Kendrick Bourne photo 179. Kendrick Bourne WR - NE (at NYJ)
Dan Arnold Note
Dan Arnold photo 180. Dan Arnold TE - CAR (vs . NO)
Kalif Raymond Note
Kalif Raymond photo 181. Kalif Raymond WR - DET (at GB)
C.J. Uzomah Note
C.J. Uzomah photo 182. C.J. Uzomah TE - CIN (at CHI)
Jack Doyle Note
Jack Doyle photo 183. Jack Doyle TE - IND (vs . LAR)
Doyle slightly out-snapped Alie-Cox in the opener, 45-39. But Doyle, alas, is the classic catch-and-fall-down type. His three catches against the Seahawks went for 21 yards. Doyle runs like your Uncle Frank at the annual family softball game. There's no big-play potential whatsoever, so unless he scores touchdowns, he's useless. With Alie-Cox sharing snaps, and with the Colts promising to have a low-octane passing game, Doyle isn't worth rostering. Neither is Alie-Cox for that matter, even though he's considerably more athletic than Doyle.
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Joshua Palmer Note
Joshua Palmer photo 184. Joshua Palmer WR - LAC (vs . DAL)
Samaje Perine Note
Samaje Perine photo 185. Samaje Perine RB - CIN (at CHI)
Jordan Akins Note
Jordan Akins photo 186. Jordan Akins TE - HOU (at CLE)
Anthony Schwartz Note
Anthony Schwartz photo 187. Anthony Schwartz WR - CLE (vs . HOU)
Adam Trautman Note
Adam Trautman photo 188. Adam Trautman TE - NO (at CAR)
Did you know that Adam Trautman actually led this Saints offense in targets in week one with six? While it didn't lead to much fantasy production, it's encouraging for fantasy managers that had Trautman on their sleepers list heading into the season. We still can't trust Trautman just yet, but he's worth monitoring on the waiver wire as we move into week two.
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Justin Jackson Note
Justin Jackson photo 189. Justin Jackson RB - LAC (vs . DAL)
DeeJay Dallas Note
DeeJay Dallas photo 190. DeeJay Dallas RB - SEA (vs . TEN)
Matt Breida Note
Matt Breida photo 191. Matt Breida RB - BUF (at MIA)
Breida only played 12% of the Bills' snaps. That's obviously too low a snap share to deliver value, and let's also consider that Josh Allen's propensity to run the ball himself near the goal line deflates the value of all the Buffalo backs.
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Chuba Hubbard Note
Chuba Hubbard photo 192. Chuba Hubbard RB - CAR (vs . NO)
Olamide Zaccheaus Note
Olamide Zaccheaus photo 193. Olamide Zaccheaus WR - ATL (at TB)
Mo Alie-Cox Note
Mo Alie-Cox photo 194. Mo Alie-Cox TE - IND (vs . LAR)
Doyle slightly out-snapped Alie-Cox in the opener, 45-39. But Doyle, alas, is the classic catch-and-fall-down type. His three catches against the Seahawks went for 21 yards. Doyle runs like your Uncle Frank at the annual family softball game. There's no big-play potential whatsoever, so unless he scores touchdowns, he's useless. With Alie-Cox sharing snaps, and with the Colts promising to have a low-octane passing game, Doyle isn't worth rostering. Neither is Alie-Cox for that matter, even though he's considerably more athletic than Doyle.
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Peyton Barber Note
Peyton Barber photo 195. Peyton Barber RB - LV (at PIT)
James Washington Note
James Washington photo 196. James Washington WR - PIT (vs . LV)
Jeremy McNichols Note
Jeremy McNichols photo 197. Jeremy McNichols RB - TEN (at SEA)
Chris Conley Note
Chris Conley photo 198. Chris Conley WR - HOU (at CLE)
Rashard Higgins Note
Rashard Higgins photo 199. Rashard Higgins WR - CLE (vs . HOU)
Jerick McKinnon Note
Jerick McKinnon photo 200. Jerick McKinnon RB - KC (at BAL)
Albert Wilson Note
Albert Wilson photo 201. Albert Wilson WR - MIA (vs . BUF)
J.J. Taylor Note
J.J. Taylor photo 202. J.J. Taylor RB - NE (at NYJ)
Byron Pringle Note
Byron Pringle photo 203. Byron Pringle WR - KC (at BAL)
Alex Collins Note
Alex Collins photo 204. Alex Collins RB - SEA (vs . TEN)
Jaret Patterson Note
Jaret Patterson photo 205. Jaret Patterson RB - WAS (vs . NYG)
Kadarius Toney Note
Kadarius Toney photo 206. Kadarius Toney WR - NYG (at WAS)
Marlon Mack Note
Marlon Mack photo 207. Marlon Mack RB - IND (vs . LAR)
K.J. Osborn Note
K.J. Osborn photo 208. K.J. Osborn WR - MIN (at ARI)
The surprise winner of the Vikings' No. 3 WR job played a robust 81% of the offensive snaps in Week 1 and caught 7 of 9 targets for 76 yards. We figured it would be a skinny target tree in Minnesota, but there's a new branch. Osbourne is 6-0, 203 pounds with 4.48 speed and good athleticism. He wasn't a college star, playing three seasons at Buffalo before transferring to Miami-Fla. His best season was a 53-892-7 year at Buffalo in 2018. But Osborn looked sharp in Cincinnati last Sunday and may have a chance to carve out a significant role in the Minnesota offense.
3 days ago
Freddie Swain Note
Freddie Swain photo 209. Freddie Swain WR - SEA (vs . TEN)
James O'Shaughnessy Note
James O'Shaughnessy photo 210. James O'Shaughnessy TE - JAC (vs . DEN)
TE Chris Manhertz had a 22-yard TD catch for Jacksonville, but it was O'Shaughnessy's stat line that raised eyebrows. He was targeted eight times and had six grabs for 48 yards. I'm not recommending that you run out and claim O'Shaughnessy, but I just picked him up in a league where you're required to start two tight ends. He played 80% of the Jaguars snaps in Week 1 and ran routes on the vast majority of them - an encouraging sign for his usage going forward.
3 days ago
Mohamed Sanu Sr. Note
Mohamed Sanu Sr. photo 211. Mohamed Sanu Sr. WR - SF (at PHI)
David Njoku Note
David Njoku photo 212. David Njoku TE - CLE (vs . HOU)
Kyle Juszczyk Note
Kyle Juszczyk photo 213. Kyle Juszczyk RB - SF (at PHI)
Benny Snell Jr. Note
Benny Snell Jr. photo 214. Benny Snell Jr. RB - PIT (vs . LV)
Preston Williams Note
Preston Williams photo 215. Preston Williams WR - MIA (vs . BUF)
Kylin Hill Note
Kylin Hill photo 216. Kylin Hill RB - GB (vs . DET)
Travis Homer Note
Travis Homer photo 217. Travis Homer RB - SEA (vs . TEN)
Boston Scott Note
Boston Scott photo 218. Boston Scott RB - PHI (vs . SF)
Ty Montgomery Note
Ty Montgomery photo 219. Ty Montgomery WR,RB - NO (at CAR)
Greg Ward Note
Greg Ward photo 220. Greg Ward WR - PHI (vs . SF)
Wayne Gallman Jr. Note
Wayne Gallman Jr. photo 221. Wayne Gallman Jr. RB - ATL (at TB)
Will Dissly Note
Will Dissly photo 222. Will Dissly TE - SEA (vs . TEN)
Pharaoh Brown Note
Pharaoh Brown photo 223. Pharaoh Brown TE - HOU (at CLE)
Brown had four catches for 67 yards in the opener, while Akins was blanked. Both played a majority of Houston's offensive snaps. No doubt the Texans' big lead enabled them to use more two-TE sets than they would if they trailed for much of the game. There's really nothing to pique our curiosity here.
3 days ago
Jake Funk Note
Jake Funk photo 224. Jake Funk RB - LAR (at IND)
Chris Evans Note
Chris Evans photo 225. Chris Evans RB - CIN (at CHI)
Tutu Atwell Note
Tutu Atwell photo 226. Tutu Atwell WR - LAR (at IND)
Kalen Ballage Note
Kalen Ballage photo 227. Kalen Ballage RB - PIT (vs . LV)
Pat Freiermuth Note
Pat Freiermuth photo 228. Pat Freiermuth TE - PIT (vs . LV)
The arrival of Freiermuth in Pittsburgh is going to make Ebron widely available on waivers. The rookie from Penn State out-snapped Ebron 29-27, and that gap is probably going to widen as the season wears on. Neither guy is playable for now, but Freiermuth is more likely to warrant a start a month from now.
3 days ago
Alec Ingold Note
Alec Ingold photo 229. Alec Ingold RB - LV (at PIT)
Royce Freeman Note
Royce Freeman photo 230. Royce Freeman RB - CAR (vs . NO)
C.J. Ham Note
C.J. Ham photo 231. C.J. Ham RB - MIN (at ARI)
Dare Ogunbowale Note
Dare Ogunbowale photo 232. Dare Ogunbowale RB - JAC (vs . DEN)
Jordan Wilkins Note
Jordan Wilkins photo 233. Jordan Wilkins RB - IND (vs . LAR)
Le'Veon Bell Note
Le'Veon Bell photo 234. Le'Veon Bell RB - BAL (vs . KC)
Albert Okwuegbunam Note
Albert Okwuegbunam photo 235. Albert Okwuegbunam TE - DEN (at JAC)
Okwuegbunam played just over half of Denver's offensive snaps in Week 1, catching all three of his targets for 16 yards. With two uber-athletic tight ends at their disposal, the Broncos might use two-TE more often in Jeudy's absence.
3 days ago
Rex Burkhead Note
Rex Burkhead photo 236. Rex Burkhead RB - HOU (at CLE)
Khalil Herbert Note
Khalil Herbert photo 237. Khalil Herbert RB - CHI (vs . CIN)
Chester Rogers Note
Chester Rogers photo 238. Chester Rogers WR - TEN (at SEA)
Danny Amendola Note
Danny Amendola photo 239. Danny Amendola WR - HOU (at CLE)
D'Ernest Johnson Note
D'Ernest Johnson photo 240. D'Ernest Johnson RB - CLE (vs . HOU)
Jimmy Graham Note
Jimmy Graham photo 241. Jimmy Graham TE - CHI (vs . CIN)
Dwayne Washington Note
Dwayne Washington photo 242. Dwayne Washington RB - NO (at CAR)
Donald Parham Jr. Note
Donald Parham Jr. photo 243. Donald Parham Jr. TE - LAC (vs . DAL)
Khari Blasingame Note
Khari Blasingame photo 244. Khari Blasingame RB - TEN (at SEA)
Trinity Benson Note
Trinity Benson photo 245. Trinity Benson WR - DET (at GB)
Trenton Cannon Note
Trenton Cannon photo 246. Trenton Cannon RB - SF (at PHI)
Marquise Goodwin Note
Marquise Goodwin photo 247. Marquise Goodwin WR - CHI (vs . CIN)
Javian Hawkins Note
Javian Hawkins photo 248. Javian Hawkins RB - TEN (at SEA)
Braxton Berrios Note
Braxton Berrios photo 249. Braxton Berrios WR - NYJ (vs . NE)
Keelan Cole Sr. Note
Keelan Cole Sr. photo 250. Keelan Cole Sr. WR - NYJ (vs . NE)
Qadree Ollison Note
Qadree Ollison photo 251. Qadree Ollison RB - ATL (at TB)
Damiere Byrd Note
Damiere Byrd photo 252. Damiere Byrd WR - CHI (vs . CIN)
Mike Strachan Note
Mike Strachan photo 253. Mike Strachan WR - IND (vs . LAR)
Devin Duvernay Note
Devin Duvernay photo 254. Devin Duvernay WR - BAL (vs . KC)
O.J. Howard Note
O.J. Howard photo 255. O.J. Howard TE - TB (vs . ATL)
Devonta Freeman Note
Devonta Freeman photo 256. Devonta Freeman RB - BAL (vs . KC)
Zay Jones Note
Zay Jones photo 257. Zay Jones WR - LV (at PIT)
Ryan Griffin Note
Ryan Griffin photo 258. Ryan Griffin TE - NYJ (vs . NE)
Lil'Jordan Humphrey Note
Lil'Jordan Humphrey photo 259. Lil'Jordan Humphrey WR - NO (at CAR)
Chris Herndon IV Note
Chris Herndon IV photo 260. Chris Herndon IV TE - MIN (at ARI)
Josh Reynolds Note
Josh Reynolds photo 261. Josh Reynolds WR - TEN (at SEA)
Harrison Bryant Note
Harrison Bryant photo 262. Harrison Bryant TE - CLE (vs . HOU)
Ian Thomas Note
Ian Thomas photo 263. Ian Thomas TE - CAR (vs . NO)
Scotty Miller Note
Scotty Miller photo 264. Scotty Miller WR - TB (vs . ATL)
Maxx Williams Note
Maxx Williams photo 265. Maxx Williams TE - ARI (vs . MIN)
Tyron Johnson Note
Tyron Johnson photo 266. Tyron Johnson WR - JAC (vs . DEN)
Cameron Brate Note
Cameron Brate photo 267. Cameron Brate TE - TB (vs . ATL)
Geoff Swaim Note
Geoff Swaim photo 268. Geoff Swaim TE - TEN (at SEA)
Durham Smythe Note
Durham Smythe photo 269. Durham Smythe TE - MIA (vs . BUF)
Chris Hogan Note
Chris Hogan photo 270. Chris Hogan WR - NO (at CAR)
Amari Rodgers Note
Amari Rodgers photo 271. Amari Rodgers WR - GB (vs . DET)
Darren Fells Note
Darren Fells photo 272. Darren Fells TE - DET (at GB)
Drew Sample Note
Drew Sample photo 273. Drew Sample TE - CIN (at CHI)
Cam Sims Note
Cam Sims photo 274. Cam Sims WR - WAS (vs . NYG)
Isaiah McKenzie Note
Isaiah McKenzie photo 275. Isaiah McKenzie WR - BUF (at MIA)
Ameer Abdullah Note
Ameer Abdullah photo 276. Ameer Abdullah RB - MIN (at ARI)
Auden Tate Note
Auden Tate photo 277. Auden Tate WR - CIN (at CHI)
Patrick Ricard Note
Patrick Ricard photo 278. Patrick Ricard RB - BAL (vs . KC)
Chris Manhertz Note
Chris Manhertz photo 279. Chris Manhertz TE - JAC (vs . DEN)
Kylen Granson Note
Kylen Granson photo 280. Kylen Granson TE - IND (vs . LAR)
Marcedes Lewis Note
Marcedes Lewis photo 281. Marcedes Lewis TE - GB (vs . DET)
Kaden Smith Note
Kaden Smith photo 282. Kaden Smith TE - NYG (at WAS)
Tyler Johnson Note
Tyler Johnson photo 283. Tyler Johnson WR - TB (vs . ATL)
Foster Moreau Note
Foster Moreau photo 284. Foster Moreau TE - LV (at PIT)
Keith Smith Note
Keith Smith photo 285. Keith Smith RB - ATL (at TB)
Dede Westbrook Note
Dede Westbrook photo 286. Dede Westbrook WR - MIN (at ARI)
Brandon Bolden Note
Brandon Bolden photo 287. Brandon Bolden RB - NE (at NYJ)
Josh Oliver Note
Josh Oliver photo 288. Josh Oliver TE - BAL (vs . KC)
Blake Bell Note
Blake Bell photo 289. Blake Bell TE - KC (at BAL)
Noah Brown Note
Noah Brown photo 290. Noah Brown WR - DAL (at LAC)
Demetrius Harris Note
Demetrius Harris photo 291. Demetrius Harris TE - ARI (vs . MIN)
Ross Dwelley Note
Ross Dwelley photo 292. Ross Dwelley TE - SF (at PHI)
Ihmir Smith-Marsette Note
Ihmir Smith-Marsette photo 293. Ihmir Smith-Marsette WR - MIN (at ARI)
Mike Thomas Note
Mike Thomas photo 294. Mike Thomas WR - CIN (at CHI)
K.J. Hill Jr. Note
K.J. Hill Jr. photo 295. K.J. Hill Jr. WR - LAC (vs . DAL)
Noah Gray Note
Noah Gray photo 296. Noah Gray TE - KC (at BAL)
Tylan Wallace Note
Tylan Wallace photo 297. Tylan Wallace WR - BAL (vs . KC)
Andre Roberts Note
Andre Roberts photo 298. Andre Roberts WR - HOU (at CLE)
Mekhi Sargent Note
Mekhi Sargent photo 299. Mekhi Sargent RB - TEN (at SEA)
James Proche II Note
James Proche II photo 300. James Proche II WR - BAL (vs . KC)
Ashton Dulin Note
Ashton Dulin photo 301. Ashton Dulin WR - IND (vs . LAR)
Willie Snead IV Note
Willie Snead IV photo 302. Willie Snead IV WR - LV (at PIT)
Andy Isabella Note
Andy Isabella photo 303. Andy Isabella WR - ARI (vs . MIN)
Gary Brightwell Note
Gary Brightwell photo 304. Gary Brightwell RB - NYG (at WAS)
Jakeem Grant Sr. Note
Jakeem Grant Sr. photo 305. Jakeem Grant Sr. WR - MIA (vs . BUF)
Darrell Daniels Note
Darrell Daniels photo 306. Darrell Daniels TE - ARI (vs . MIN)
Jacob Harris Note
Jacob Harris photo 307. Jacob Harris WR,TE - LAR (at IND)
Stephen Anderson Note
Stephen Anderson photo 308. Stephen Anderson TE - LAC (vs . DAL)
Andy Janovich Note
Andy Janovich photo 309. Andy Janovich RB - CLE (vs . HOU)
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine Note
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine photo 310. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine WR - TEN (at SEA)
Penny Hart Note
Penny Hart photo 311. Penny Hart WR - SEA (vs . TEN)
Ricky Seals-Jones Note
Ricky Seals-Jones photo 312. Ricky Seals-Jones TE - WAS (vs . NYG)
Ke'Shawn Vaughn Note
Ke'Shawn Vaughn photo 313. Ke'Shawn Vaughn RB - TB (vs . ATL)
Jeff Smith Note
Jeff Smith photo 314. Jeff Smith WR - NYJ (vs . NE)
Taiwan Jones Note
Taiwan Jones photo 315. Taiwan Jones RB - BUF (at MIA)
Jesse James Note
Jesse James photo 316. Jesse James TE - CHI (vs . CIN)
Jamal Agnew Note
Jamal Agnew photo 317. Jamal Agnew WR - JAC (vs . DEN)
Tajae Sharpe Note
Tajae Sharpe photo 318. Tajae Sharpe WR - ATL (at TB)
Keke Coutee Note
Keke Coutee photo 319. Keke Coutee WR - IND (vs . LAR)
Gunner Olszewski Note
Gunner Olszewski photo 320. Gunner Olszewski WR - NE (at NYJ)
Trey Ragas Note
Trey Ragas photo 321. Trey Ragas RB - LV (at PIT)
Eric Tomlinson Note
Eric Tomlinson photo 322. Eric Tomlinson TE - BAL (vs . KC)
Eric Saubert Note
Eric Saubert photo 323. Eric Saubert TE - DEN (at JAC)
Diontae Spencer Note
Diontae Spencer photo 324. Diontae Spencer WR - DEN (at JAC)
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside Note
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside photo 325. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside WR - PHI (vs . SF)
Malik Taylor Note
Malik Taylor photo 326. Malik Taylor WR - GB (vs . DET)
Simi Fehoko Note
Simi Fehoko photo 327. Simi Fehoko WR - DAL (at LAC)
Damarea Crockett Note
Damarea Crockett photo 328. Damarea Crockett RB - DEN (at JAC)
Garrett Griffin Note
Garrett Griffin photo 329. Garrett Griffin TE - NO (at CAR)
Johnny Mundt Note
Johnny Mundt photo 330. Johnny Mundt TE - LAR (at IND)
Hunter Bryant Note
Hunter Bryant photo 331. Hunter Bryant TE - DET (at GB)
D'Wayne Eskridge Note
D'Wayne Eskridge photo 332. D'Wayne Eskridge WR - SEA (vs . TEN)
Jauan Jennings Note
Jauan Jennings photo 333. Jauan Jennings WR - SF (at PHI)
Ray-Ray McCloud Note
Ray-Ray McCloud photo 334. Ray-Ray McCloud WR - PIT (vs . LV)
Tommy Tremble Note
Tommy Tremble photo 335. Tommy Tremble TE - CAR (vs . NO)
Luke Farrell Note
Luke Farrell photo 336. Luke Farrell TE - JAC (vs . DEN)
KhaDarel Hodge Note
KhaDarel Hodge photo 337. KhaDarel Hodge WR - DET (at GB)
Marcus Kemp Note
Marcus Kemp photo 338. Marcus Kemp WR - KC (at BAL)
D.J. Montgomery Note
D.J. Montgomery photo 339. D.J. Montgomery WR - NYJ (vs . NE)
Joshua Kelley Note
Joshua Kelley photo 340. Joshua Kelley RB - LAC (vs . DAL)
Hunter Long Note
Hunter Long photo 341. Hunter Long TE - MIA (vs . BUF)
Jermar Jefferson Note
Jermar Jefferson photo 342. Jermar Jefferson RB - DET (at GB)
DeMichael Harris Note
DeMichael Harris photo 343. DeMichael Harris WR - IND (vs . LAR)
John Bates Note
John Bates photo 344. John Bates TE - WAS (vs . NYG)
Devin Smith Note
Devin Smith photo 345. Devin Smith WR - JAC (vs . DEN)
Eno Benjamin Note
Eno Benjamin photo 346. Eno Benjamin RB - ARI (vs . MIN)
David Moore Note
David Moore photo 347. David Moore WR - LV (at PIT)
Tommy Sweeney Note
Tommy Sweeney photo 348. Tommy Sweeney TE - BUF (at MIA)
Xavier Jones Note
Xavier Jones photo 349. Xavier Jones RB - FA (BYE)
Cameron Batson Note
Cameron Batson photo 350. Cameron Batson WR - TEN (at SEA)
Brandon Zylstra Note
Brandon Zylstra photo 351. Brandon Zylstra WR - CAR (vs . NO)
Reggie Gilliam Note
Reggie Gilliam photo 352. Reggie Gilliam RB,TE - BUF (at MIA)
Antony Auclair Note
Antony Auclair photo 353. Antony Auclair TE - HOU (at CLE)
Alex Erickson Note
Alex Erickson photo 354. Alex Erickson WR - CAR (vs . NO)
Corey Clement Note
Corey Clement photo 355. Corey Clement RB - DAL (at LAC)
Demetric Felton Note
Demetric Felton photo 356. Demetric Felton WR,RB - CLE (vs . HOU)
Anthony Miller Note
Anthony Miller photo 357. Anthony Miller WR - HOU (at CLE)
Christian Blake Note
Christian Blake photo 358. Christian Blake WR - ATL (at TB)
Lee Smith Note
Lee Smith photo 359. Lee Smith TE - ATL (at TB)
Racey McMath Note
Racey McMath photo 360. Racey McMath WR - TEN (at SEA)
Trevon Wesco Note
Trevon Wesco photo 361. Trevon Wesco TE,RB - NYJ (vs . NE)
Jake Kumerow Note
Jake Kumerow photo 362. Jake Kumerow WR - BUF (at MIA)
Derek Carrier Note
Derek Carrier photo 363. Derek Carrier TE - LV (at PIT)
C.J. Board Note
C.J. Board photo 364. C.J. Board WR - NYG (at WAS)
Jordan Howard Note
Jordan Howard photo 365. Jordan Howard RB - PHI (vs . SF)
Mitchell Wilcox Note
Mitchell Wilcox photo 366. Mitchell Wilcox TE - CIN (at CHI)
Adam Shaheen Note
Adam Shaheen photo 367. Adam Shaheen TE - MIA (vs . BUF)
Tre' McKitty Note
Tre' McKitty photo 368. Tre' McKitty TE - LAC (vs . DAL)
Devine Ozigbo Note
Devine Ozigbo photo 369. Devine Ozigbo RB - JAC (vs . DEN)
Michael Burton Note
Michael Burton photo 370. Michael Burton RB - KC (at BAL)
Brandon Dillon Note
Brandon Dillon photo 371. Brandon Dillon TE - FA (BYE)
MyCole Pruitt Note
MyCole Pruitt photo 372. MyCole Pruitt TE - TEN (at SEA)
Dax Milne Note
Dax Milne photo 373. Dax Milne WR - WAS (vs . NYG)
Dominique Dafney Note
Dominique Dafney photo 374. Dominique Dafney TE - GB (vs . DET)
Gabe Nabers Note
Gabe Nabers photo 375. Gabe Nabers RB - LAC (vs . DAL)
DeAndre Carter Note
DeAndre Carter photo 376. DeAndre Carter WR - WAS (vs . NYG)
Travis Fulgham Note
Travis Fulgham photo 377. Travis Fulgham WR - PHI (vs . SF)
Mack Hollins Note
Mack Hollins photo 378. Mack Hollins WR - MIA (vs . BUF)
Parker Hesse Note
Parker Hesse photo 379. Parker Hesse TE - ATL (at TB)
Kenny Stills Note
Kenny Stills photo 380. Kenny Stills WR - NO (at CAR)
Elijhaa Penny Note
Elijhaa Penny photo 381. Elijhaa Penny RB - NYG (at WAS)
Trayveon Williams Note
Trayveon Williams photo 382. Trayveon Williams RB - CIN (at CHI)
Jeremy Sprinkle Note
Jeremy Sprinkle photo 383. Jeremy Sprinkle TE - DAL (at LAC)
Cethan Carter Note
Cethan Carter photo 384. Cethan Carter TE - MIA (vs . BUF)
Jaylen Samuels Note
Jaylen Samuels photo 385. Jaylen Samuels RB - PIT (vs . LV)
Charlie Woerner Note
Charlie Woerner photo 386. Charlie Woerner TE - SF (at PHI)
Giovanni Ricci Note
Giovanni Ricci photo 387. Giovanni Ricci RB,TE - CAR (vs . NO)
La'Mical Perine Note
La'Mical Perine photo 388. La'Mical Perine RB - NYJ (vs . NE)
Derek Watt Note
Derek Watt photo 389. Derek Watt RB - PIT (vs . LV)
Zach Gentry Note
Zach Gentry photo 390. Zach Gentry TE - PIT (vs . LV)
Josiah Deguara Note
Josiah Deguara photo 391. Josiah Deguara TE - GB (vs . DET)
Jakob Johnson Note
Jakob Johnson photo 392. Jakob Johnson RB - NE (at NYJ)
Jonathan Ward Note
Jonathan Ward photo 393. Jonathan Ward RB - FA (BYE)
Steven Sims Jr. Note
Steven Sims Jr. photo 394. Steven Sims Jr. WR - PIT (vs . LV)
Tom Kennedy Note
Tom Kennedy photo 395. Tom Kennedy WR - DET (at GB)
Laquon Treadwell Note
Laquon Treadwell photo 396. Laquon Treadwell WR - JAC (vs . DEN)
Raymond Calais Note
Raymond Calais photo 397. Raymond Calais RB - FA (BYE)
Jonathan Ward Note
Jonathan Ward photo 398. Jonathan Ward RB - ARI (vs . MIN)
Jaydon Mickens Note
Jaydon Mickens photo 399. Jaydon Mickens WR - TB (vs . ATL)
Kendall Hinton Note
Kendall Hinton photo 400. Kendall Hinton WR - DEN (at JAC)
Colin Thompson Note
Colin Thompson photo 401. Colin Thompson TE - CAR (vs . NO)
Daniel Brown Note
Daniel Brown photo 402. Daniel Brown TE - NYJ (vs . NE)
Seth Williams Note
Seth Williams photo 403. Seth Williams WR - DEN (at JAC)
Jack Stoll Note
Jack Stoll photo 404. Jack Stoll TE - PHI (vs . SF)
Tyler Mabry Note
Tyler Mabry photo 405. Tyler Mabry TE - SEA (vs . TEN)
Jody Fortson Note
Jody Fortson photo 406. Jody Fortson WR,TE - KC (at BAL)
Jacob Hollister Note
Jacob Hollister photo 407. Jacob Hollister TE - JAC (vs . DEN)
Dexter Williams Note
Dexter Williams photo 408. Dexter Williams RB - NYG (at WAS)
Alex Armah Jr. Note
Alex Armah Jr. photo 409. Alex Armah Jr. RB - NO (at CAR)
Josh Hill Note
Josh Hill photo 410. Josh Hill TE - FA (BYE)
Stanley Morgan Jr. Note
Stanley Morgan Jr. photo 411. Stanley Morgan Jr. WR - CIN (at CHI)
Trey Edmunds Note
Trey Edmunds photo 412. Trey Edmunds RB - PIT (vs . LV)
J.P. Holtz Note
J.P. Holtz photo 413. J.P. Holtz TE,RB - CHI (vs . CIN)
Tyrone Swoopes Note
Tyrone Swoopes photo 414. Tyrone Swoopes TE - FA (BYE)
Brycen Hopkins Note
Brycen Hopkins photo 415. Brycen Hopkins TE - LAR (at IND)
Ryan Izzo Note
Ryan Izzo photo 416. Ryan Izzo TE - NYG (at WAS)
Matthew Slater Note
Matthew Slater photo 417. Matthew Slater WR - NE (at NYJ)
Jaelon Darden Note
Jaelon Darden photo 418. Jaelon Darden WR - TB (vs . ATL)
Cullen Gillaspia Note
Cullen Gillaspia photo 419. Cullen Gillaspia RB - NYG (at WAS)
Dontrell Hilliard Note
Dontrell Hilliard photo 420. Dontrell Hilliard RB - HOU (at CLE)
Rodney Adams Note
Rodney Adams photo 421. Rodney Adams WR - CHI (vs . CIN)
Tommy Hudson Note
Tommy Hudson photo 422. Tommy Hudson TE - TEN (at SEA)
Ben Ellefson Note
Ben Ellefson photo 423. Ben Ellefson TE - MIN (at ARI)
Jonathan Williams Note
Jonathan Williams photo 424. Jonathan Williams RB - WAS (vs . NYG)
Codey McElroy Note
Codey McElroy photo 425. Codey McElroy TE - TB (vs . ATL)
Jeff Thomas Note
Jeff Thomas photo 426. Jeff Thomas WR - FA (BYE)
Nsimba Webster Note
Nsimba Webster photo 427. Nsimba Webster WR - CHI (vs . CIN)
Devin Asiasi Note
Devin Asiasi photo 428. Devin Asiasi TE - NE (at NYJ)
Alfred Morris Note
Alfred Morris photo 429. Alfred Morris RB - NYG (at WAS)
Antonio Williams Note
Antonio Williams photo 430. Antonio Williams RB - BUF (at MIA)
Andrew Beck Note
Andrew Beck photo 431. Andrew Beck TE,RB - DEN (at JAC)
Deon Yelder Note
Deon Yelder photo 432. Deon Yelder TE - TB (vs . ATL)
Tanner Gentry Note
Tanner Gentry photo 433. Tanner Gentry WR - BUF (at MIA)
Nate McCrary Note
Nate McCrary photo 434. Nate McCrary RB - DEN (at JAC)
Gehrig Dieter Note
Gehrig Dieter photo 435. Gehrig Dieter WR - KC (at BAL)
Tyrie Cleveland Note
Tyrie Cleveland photo 436. Tyrie Cleveland WR - DEN (at JAC)
John Harris Note
John Harris photo 437. John Harris WR - FA (BYE)
Terry Godwin Note
Terry Godwin photo 438. Terry Godwin WR - JAC (vs . DEN)
Dante Pettis Note
Dante Pettis photo 439. Dante Pettis WR - NYG (at WAS)
Shi Smith Note
Shi Smith photo 440. Shi Smith WR - CAR (vs . NO)
Trenton Irwin Note
Trenton Irwin photo 441. Trenton Irwin WR - CIN (at CHI)
Ben Skowronek Note
Ben Skowronek photo 442. Ben Skowronek WR - LAR (at IND)