Fantasy Football Player Notes

Week 2 Rankings
Jamison Crowder photo 36. Jamison Crowder (vs . CLE)
Crowder was a catch machine on Sunday, hauling in a whopping 14 of his 17 targets for 99 yards. The fact he didn't reach the century mark is somewhat telling, however, as his average depth of target was just three yards. Crowder is shaping up as a high-floor WR3/flex option who could approach WR2 value in full-point PPR leagues. But with Sam Darnold out, you have to downgrade him for his Week 2 matchup with Cleveland -- and any subsequent games Darnold misses.
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Robby Anderson photo 42. Robby Anderson (vs . CLE)
You were warned about his tough matchup last week, though if you missed the game, Anderson got open deep down the field and Darnold simply overthrew him. The matchup doesn't get any easier this week, as Denzel Ward is another young, upcoming cornerback who legitimately shut down Corey Davis last week. In his rookie year, he allowed just a 53.7 percent catch-rate in coverage at just 10.3 yards per reception, while intercepting three passes and allowing four touchdowns. He's one of the cornerbacks you avoid with borderline wide receivers, which Anderson is, despite the belief that he's more. Did you know Anderson was just a WR3 or better in 29 percent of his games last year? While he's a very talented player, he's very much of the boom-or-bust variety and he just happens to have a tough matchup this week. Consider him an upside WR4 who can get it done on one play, but he's far from a sure thing once again this week.
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Demaryius Thomas photo 105. Demaryius Thomas (vs . CLE)
Josh Bellamy photo 124. Josh Bellamy (vs . CLE)
Braxton Berrios photo 140. Braxton Berrios (vs . CLE)