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Ryan Fitzpatrick

QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, TB (31.7%)

FitzMagic. The league’s leading passer seemingly cannot be stopped. This week, he faces the Steelers, who just surrendered six touchdowns at home to Patrick Mahomes.

RB Giovani Bernard, CIN (39.5%)

Joe Mixon will miss 2-4 weeks. Gio started the final five games last season, getting at least 15 touches in all of them. In those starts, he went for 70 or more yards in all but one.

RB Javorius Allen, BAL (18.8%)

Allen played the same number of snaps as Alex Collins, but has outplayed him in both games. He is also getting work in the red zone. He’s worth a look, especially in PPR leagues.

RB Corey Clement, PHI (22.6%)

Clement got more work last week with Sproles out and Ajayi leaving the game. He impressed with the added workload. New rumors are going around saying Ajayi could miss week 3, which would make Clement the leading rusher again.

RB Chris Ivory, BUF (3.2%)

LeSean McCoy suffered an injury and is questionable this week. If McCoy is inactive, Ivory could become an okay spot start.

RB Aaron Jones, GB (45.6%)

Jones is back from his suspension and is ready to return to the Green Bay backfield. While the Packers are happy to have him back, his workload will depend on game flow and game plan.

Pass Catcher Adds

Blake Bortles and Keelan Cole

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WR John Brown, BAL (24.1%)

Brown was good again in week 2. He’s the deep target for strong-armed Joe Flacco. He will continue to be a valuable player when healthy, as he has been throughout his career.

WR Keelan Cole, JAC (48.5%)

Cole is the most talented receiver on this run-first offense. In week 1, he saw Janoris Jenkins, but still eclipsed 50 yards. This past week against New England, Cole was a stud, catching 7 passes for 116 yards and a touchdown.

WR Geronimo Allison, GB (25.8%)

Having Aaron Rodgers throwing to you is always a great start. As the third wide receiver, Allison is never going to see the opposing team’s top coverage players. He is able to take advantage of this, and Rodgers can put the ball in areas only the long Geronimo Allison can grab it. After scoring double-digits in PPR leagues both weeks, he’s worth a look.

WR Tyler Boyd, CIN (1.2%)

Tyler Boyd is a legitimate target in Cincinnati. While his consistency relies on Andy Dalton, it’s clear Boyd is the second option, opposite of AJ Green.

TE Eric Ebron, IND (35.6%)

We heard this offseason that Ebron would be moved around, and that has proven to be true. His snaps are a concern (37%), but he is a big, athletic threat for Andrew Luck.

TE Will Dissly, SEA (24.4%)

After the tremendous week 1, the Seahawks coaching staff responded by increasing his snaps up to 71%. Seattle is lacking playmakers, and Dissly could continue to take advantage of that.


Dak Prescott

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QB Marcus Mariota, TEN

I don’t need to hold onto a quarterback who isn’t able to feel his fingers right now.

QB Dak Prescott, DAL

Not only has Dak not been very good, but at this point, he doesn’t even have much potential.

RB Duke Johnson, CLE

Duke has been bad the first two weeks. It’s pretty clear that the Jarvis Landry addition has affected his receiving role, which is all he had going for him.

WR Michael Gallup, DAL

He has two catches through two games, while playing less than half of the snaps. You don’t need to keep waiting for something to happen, because it’ll take awhile.

WR Mike Wallace, PHI

Wallace suffered a fractured fibula on Sunday. While his season is not over, he’s certainly not worth stashing.

WR John Ross, CIN

Ross has two catches in just as many games. It’s clear that Boyd has established himself as the number-two receiver.

WR Christian Kirk, ARI

The rookie is no performing, plain and simple.

TE Greg Olsen, CAR

Not a must-drop, but Olsen is expected to be out 4-5 weeks. Don’t sink the ship wasting a roster spot with a player who injured the same foot he did last season.

TE Antonio Gates, LAC

There’s better, younger tight end targets.

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