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Fantasy Football Today: Top waiver targets and Chris Towers’ Week 2 rankings including his top-150 overall

Welcome to Week 2, or as I wish to name it, “Overreaction Week!” 

It is exhausting to not overreact after the primary video games for many of those gamers in 9 months, and also you most likely have to overreact to no less than a sure extent — being passive round early-season tendencies can go away you behind the pack. Your opinions on gamers should not essentially shift dramatically after an offseason of analysis, however there’s loads of worth in having the ability to establish the place our preseason expectations have been simply flat out incorrect and understanding methods to react to that. 

At the moment’s publication is all about re-establishing expectations in addition to serving to you make the precise strikes to react to what we simply noticed in Week 1. However first, a fast rundown of the entire Week 1 accidents we’ll have to control this week:

  • Raheem Mostert (knee) — Mostert is anticipated to overlook about eight weeks a cartilage damage in his proper knee. Extra about his replacements within the waiver-wire part. 
  • Jerry Jeudy (ankle) — We’re nonetheless ready for a agency prognosis, however it’s believed to be a high-ankle sprain, which often carries with it no less than a multi-week absence. However his season just isn’t over, fortunately. 
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) — It looks as if we’ll be counting this absence in months, not weeks. Taylor Heinicke figures to step in because the beginning QB.
  • Michael Gallup (calf) — Gallup was positioned on IR and can miss no less than three weeks — and the damage may stretch so long as 5. 
  • Rashaad Penny (calf) — Penny has been coping with this damage for a short time and is anticipated to be shut down for a couple of weeks, per studies. Alex Collins would be the major backup to Chris Carson

For extra on the most recent information, be sure you tune in to Fantasy Football Today on CBS Sports HQ at noon ET, and for assist locking in your waiver-wire claims be a part of Jamey Eisenberg, Adam Aizer, and I on the FFT YouTube stream tonight at 8 p.m., the place we’ll be taking your questions stay for an hour. And, if you wish to take one final look again at Week 1 earlier than you progress forward, check out my Week 1 Winners and Losers column here, the place I break down each recreation, together with Monday’s wild recreation between the Raiders and Ravens.

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  • ➕Prime Week 2 Waiver Wire Targets
  • 📈Week 2 Rankings📉

➕Prime Week 2 Waiver Wire Targets

Sep 13, 2020; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Indianapolis Colts working again Nyheim Hines (21) runs the ball in for a landing through the first quarter towards the Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Financial institution Discipline.
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There may be going to be a frenzy on the waiver wire forward of Week 2, and you might want to know methods to finest allocate your assets. Jamey Eisenberg’s Waiver Wire column is up and prepared so that you can get all of the assist you want. Listed below are the highest targets for this primary waiver run of the common season: 

Jamey Eisenberg’s high targets

  1. Elijah Mitchell (6% rostered) — Mitchell took over after Mostert’s damage in Week 1 and regarded nice in his NFL debut. He figures to be the lead again shifting ahead, although do not drop fellow rookie Trey Sermon simply but — he’ll most likely be energetic in Week 2. Mitchell could require 40% of your FAB finances to accumulate, however except I am determined for a No. 2 RB, I would most likely cross at that value. He is wonderful for 25%. 
  2. Nyheim Hines (65%) — Full disclosure: Hines was additionally one of many high waiver targets popping out of Week 1 final season too when he had seven carries for 28 yards and a landing on the bottom together with eight catches on eight targets for 45 yards and a rating. However this time is completely different … proper?
  3. Mike Williams (63%) — Williams has proven flashes, however by no means fairly like what he did in Week 1 when the Chargers used him like greater than only a deep menace and he responded with a giant efficiency. He may very well be in line for an enormous breakout. 
  4. Sterling Shepard (29%) — I am not fairly certain I purchase Shepard having the ability to stay a starting-caliber Fantasy choice as the remainder of the Giants offense will get wholesome, however he was clearly undervalued coming into the season.  
  5. Juwan Johnson (3%) — Johnson caught two touchdowns in Week 1, however did not play an enormous position in any other case. Hopefully that adjustments shifting ahead, however be certain that to test if he has TE eligibility in your league earlier than including him; he does not have a lot enchantment in any other case. 

One (extra) goal for every place

  • QB: Tyrod Taylor (9%) — Taylor regarded fairly nice in Week 1, albeit towards a really gentle Jaguars protection. Nonetheless, his dashing talents make him a No. 2 Fantasy QB. 
  • RB: Mark Ingram (32%) — It took an ideal storm to get Ingram to an RB19 end in Week 1, however he is a lead again on a run-first group, so he ought to be on somebody’s roster. 
  • WR: Tim Patrick (9%) — My preliminary response to Jeudy’s damage was so as to add KJ Hamler, and whereas I nonetheless like him, I feel I would prioritize Patrick, who had a seven-game stretch in 2020 the place he put up a 16-game tempo of 69-1166-7. He is higher than you assume.
  • TE: David Njoku (2%) — Njoku performed a surprisingly massive position in Week 1 and regarded actually good, incomes a handful of deep targets and main the tight finish place with 92 air yards. He ran extra routes than Austin Hooper and will emerge as the higher Fantasy choice of the 2. 

📈Week 2 Rankings Preview📉

Sep 13, 2020; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars working again James Robinson (30) is grabbed on the ankle by Indianapolis Colts center linebacker Anthony Walker (54) as defensive deal with DeForest Buckner (99) and defensive finish Justin Houston (50) and Jaguars middle Brandon Linder (65) look on through the first quarter at TIAA Financial institution Discipline.
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I attempt to not be too reactionary coming off Week 1, however I will attempt to spotlight the most important movers at every place. I’ve additionally written about lots of the gamers and my justifications for his or her rankings at every place, so click on on every place for extra of my ideas. These pages may even be up to date all through the week, so preserve the hyperlinks useful. These are all for PPR leagues:

Quarterbacks

The factor about quarterback is, there is a clear high 10 on the place, they usually actually stand out proper now. Past them, you are speaking a couple of level in my projections separating No. 12 from No. 23. Which implies there’s going to be loads of motion from one week to the following, and not using a participant’s worth really altering. That being stated, Jameis Winston and Teddy Bridgewater are massive risers, whereas I am feeling fairly pessimistic about Ben Roethlisberger and Carson Wentz after Week 1. For extra of my ideas on the quarterback rankings, head here

  1. Lamar Jackson
  2. Patrick Mahomes
  3. Russell Wilson
  4. Josh Allen
  5. Tom Brady
  6. Kyler Murray
  7. Dak Prescott
  8. Aaron Rodgers
  9. Jalen Hurts
  10. Justin Herbert
  11. Matthew Stafford
  12. Ryan Tannehill
  13. Kirk Cousins
  14. Joe Burrow
  15. Derek Carr
  16. Jameis Winston
  17. Tua Tagovailoa
  18. Taylor Heinicke
  19. Baker Mayfield
  20. Tyrod Taylor
  21. Teddy Bridgewater
  22. Matt Ryan
  23. Mac Jones
  24. Sam Darnold
  25. Jimmy Garoppolo
  26. Andy Dalton
  27. Trevor Lawrence
  28. Carson Wentz
  29. Jared Goff
  30. Ben Roethlisberger
  31. Zach Wilson
  32. Daniel Jones

Operating backs

Joe Mixon confirmed all of my expectations in Week 1, so whereas he could also be shifting up for everybody else, he stays put at RB4 for me. Austin Ekeler hasn’t actually moved down but, but when he does not get entangled within the passing recreation this week, I will begin panicking. I got here away from Week 1 fairly happy with Clyde Edwards-Helaire‘s position, and a wholesome D’Andre Swift appears to be like like he may be one of the best decide in Fantasy this season. On the alternative finish, I dropped James Robinson from the top-12 to fringe No. 2 standing, and he may fall additional than that. For extra of my ideas on the working again rankings, head here

  1. Christian McCaffrey
  2. Alvin Kamara
  3. Dalvin Cook
  4. Joe Mixon
  5. Najee Harris
  6. Aaron Jones
  7. Austin Ekeler
  8. Nick Chubb
  9. Derrick Henry
  10. Clyde Edwards-Helaire
  11. Antonio Gibson
  12. Chris Carson
  13. Jonathan Taylor
  14. D’Andre Swift
  15. David Montgomery
  16. Ezekiel Elliott
  17. Saquon Barkley
  18. Myles Gaskin
  19. Darrell Henderson
  20. Kareem Hunt
  21. Miles Sanders
  22. Mike Davis
  23. James Robinson
  24. Chase Edmonds
  25. Melvin Gordon
  26. Jamaal Williams
  27. Josh Jacobs
  28. Devin Singletary
  29. Elijah Mitchell
  30. Damien Harris
  31. Javonte Williams
  32. Kenyan Drake
  33. Nyheim Hines
  34. Latavius Murray
  35. Leonard Fournette
  36. J.D. McKissic
  37. Ty’Son Williams
  38. James Conner
  39. James White
  40. David Johnson
  41. A.J. Dillon
  42. Ronald Jones
  43. Mark Ingram
  44. Tevin Coleman
  45. Giovani Bernard
  46. Cordarrelle Patterson
  47. Carlos Hyde
  48. Michael Carter
  49. Tony Pollard
  50. Trey Sermon
  51. Kenneth Gainwell
  52. Ty Johnson
  53. Tony Jones
  54. Larry Rountree
  55. Jeremy McNichols
  56. Malcolm Brown
  57. Phillip Lindsay
  58. Damien Williams
  59. Darrel Williams
  60. Devontae Booker

Extensive receivers

Extensive receiver rankings should not fluctuate fairly as a lot as working again after one week, as a result of WR utilization tends to fluctuate from week to week with out essentially indicating a change in worth or position. That being stated, I am extra assured in DJ Chark, DeVonta Smith, Jaylen Waddle and Ja’Marr Chase this week, and I am much less assured in Julio Jones, Terry McLaurin, and Robby Anderson. For extra of my ideas on the large receiver rankings, head here

  1. Davante Adams
  2. Tyreek Hill
  3. DeAndre Hopkins
  4. Stefon Diggs
  5. Calvin Ridley
  6. Allen Robinson
  7. Tyler Lockett
  8. D.Ok. Metcalf
  9. Amari Cooper
  10. A.J. Brown
  11. Justin Jefferson
  12. Keenan Allen
  13. Cooper Kupp
  14. Chris Godwin
  15. CeeDee Lamb
  16. Robert Woods
  17. D.J. Moore
  18. Mike Evans
  19. Antonio Brown
  20. Julio Jones
  21. Deebo Samuel
  22. Terry McLaurin
  23. Diontae Johnson
  24. Adam Thielen
  25. Corey Davis
  26. Brandin Cooks
  27. Mike Williams
  28. Jarvis Landry
  29. Jaylen Waddle
  30. Ja’Marr Chase
  31. DJ Chark
  32. Robby Anderson
  33. Sterling Shepard
  34. DeVonta Smith
  35. Jakobi Meyers
  36. Tee Higgins
  37. Courtland Sutton
  38. JuJu Smith-Schuster
  39. Will Fuller
  40. Kenny Golladay
  41. Marquise Brown
  42. Tyler Boyd
  43. Laviska Shenault
  44. Mecole Hardman
  45. Chase Claypool
  46. Brandon Aiyuk
  47. Marvin Jones
  48. Emmanuel Sanders
  49. Tim Patrick
  50. Cole Beasley
  51. Marquez Callaway
  52. Bryan Edwards
  53. Michael Pittman
  54. Devante Parker
  55. Rondale Moore
  56. Sammy Watkins
  57. Marquez Valdes-Scantling
  58. Henry Ruggs
  59. Darnell Mooney
  60. Nelson Agholor

Tight ends

The massive query on the place after Week 1 is whether or not T.J. Hockenson is really prepared to hitch the elite of the place. I will have to see extra, however it was a heck of a begin. I am under no circumstances involved about Kyle Pitts or Mark Andrews, however I do have some considerations about Jonnu Smith after his disappointing utilization in Week 1. For extra of my ideas on the tight finish rankings, head here

  1. Travis Kelce
  2. Darren Waller
  3. George Kittle
  4. T.J. Hockenson
  5. Mark Andrews
  6. Kyle Pitts
  7. Logan Thomas
  8. Tyler Higbee
  9. Jonnu Smith
  10. Noah Fant
  11. Rob Gronkowski
  12. Dallas Goedert
  13. Hunter Henry
  14. Austin Hooper
  15. Jared Cook
  16. Robert Tonyan
  17. Will Dissly
  18. Zach Ertz
  19. David Njoku
  20. Juwan Johnson
  21. Tyler Kroft
  22. Anthony Firkser
  23. Cole Kmet
  24. Dalton Schultz
  25. Blake Jarwin
  26. Adam Trautman
  27. Kyle Rudolph
  28. Gerald Everett
  29. Mike Gesicki
  30. Hayden Hurst

Prime-150 Flex Rankings

  1. Christian McCaffrey
  2. Alvin Kamara
  3. Dalvin Cook dinner
  4. Joe Mixon
  5. Davante Adams
  6. Tyreek Hill
  7. DeAndre Hopkins
  8. Stefon Diggs
  9. Najee Harris
  10. Aaron Jones
  11. Austin Ekeler
  12. Travis Kelce
  13. Nick Chubb
  14. Derrick Henry
  15. Calvin Ridley
  16. Clyde Edwards-Helaire
  17. Antonio Gibson
  18. Chris Carson
  19. Darren Waller
  20. Jonathan Taylor
  21. Allen Robinson
  22. D’Andre Swift
  23. David Montgomery
  24. Tyler Lockett
  25. Ezekiel Elliott
  26. D.Ok. Metcalf
  27. Amari Cooper
  28. Saquon Barkley
  29. A.J. Brown
  30. Justin Jefferson
  31. Keenan Allen
  32. Cooper Kupp
  33. Chris Godwin
  34. CeeDee Lamb
  35. George Kittle
  36. Myles Gaskin
  37. Robert Woods
  38. Darrell Henderson
  39. D.J. Moore
  40. Mike Evans
  41. Kareem Hunt
  42. Miles Sanders
  43. Mike Davis
  44. Antonio Brown
  45. Julio Jones
  46. Deebo Samuel
  47. Terry McLaurin
  48. James Robinson
  49. Diontae Johnson
  50. Adam Thielen
  51. Corey Davis
  52. T.J. Hockenson
  53. Brandin Cooks
  54. Chase Edmonds
  55. Mike Williams
  56. Jarvis Landry
  57. Melvin Gordon
  58. Jaylen Waddle
  59. Ja’Marr Chase
  60. DJ Chark
  61. Robby Anderson
  62. Mark Andrews
  63. Sterling Shepard
  64. DeVonta Smith
  65. Kyle Pitts
  66. Jakobi Meyers
  67. Tee Higgins
  68. Jamaal Williams
  69. Josh Jacobs
  70. Devin Singletary
  71. Courtland Sutton
  72. JuJu Smith-Schuster
  73. Elijah Mitchell
  74. Will Fuller
  75. Kenny Golladay
  76. Marquise Brown
  77. Tyler Boyd
  78. Laviska Shenault
  79. Damien Harris
  80. Mecole Hardman
  81. Chase Claypool
  82. Javonte Williams
  83. Kenyan Drake
  84. Logan Thomas
  85. Brandon Aiyuk
  86. Marvin Jones
  87. Emmanuel Sanders
  88. Nyheim Hines
  89. Latavius Murray
  90. Tim Patrick
  91. Cole Beasley
  92. Marquez Callaway
  93. Tyler Higbee
  94. Leonard Fournette
  95. Jonnu Smith
  96. Bryan Edwards
  97. Noah Fant
  98. Michael Pittman
  99. Devante Parker
  100. Rondale Moore
  101. Rob Gronkowski
  102. J.D. McKissic
  103. Sammy Watkins
  104. Ty’Son Williams
  105. James Conner
  106. Marquez Valdes-Scantling
  107. James White
  108. Henry Ruggs
  109. Darnell Mooney
  110. Nelson Agholor
  111. AJ Green
  112. Jalen Reagor
  113. David Johnson
  114. A.J. Dillon
  115. Hunter Henry
  116. Dallas Goedert
  117. Darius Slayton
  118. Christian Kirk
  119. Austin Hooper
  120. Ronald Jones
  121. Elijah Moore
  122. Jared Cook dinner
  123. Robert Tonyan
  124. Gabriel Davis
  125. Mark Ingram
  126. Russell Gage
  127. Will Dissly
  128. David Njoku
  129. Juwan Johnson
  130. Tevin Coleman
  131. Giovani Bernard
  132. Cordarrelle Patterson
  133. Dyami Brown
  134. Carlos Hyde
  135. Terrace Marshall
  136. Zach Ertz
  137. Michael Carter
  138. Tony Pollard
  139. Tyler Kroft
  140. Zach Pascal
  141. Anthony Firkser
  142. Trey Sermon
  143. Dalton Schultz
  144. Parris Campbell
  145. Blake Jarwin
  146. Allen Lazard
  147. Adam Trautman
  148. Kenneth Gainwell
  149. Cole Kmet
  150. Demarcus Robinson



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