Week 1 of the fantasy football season showed some surprises in terms of Defense/Special Teams (DST) performances, and the Week 2 rankings reflect that. While it's hard to judge an entire defense on one week, we now have more of an idea which teams to target each week.
As Week 2 of the fantasy football season looms, some owners are panicking a bit over their starting quarterback. Some of the "studs" had poor performances in Week 1, which may be attributed to getting back into game action or it may be a warning sign of a long season.
Typically Week 1 is slow for injuries, at least from a fantasy football perspective. No one (except for Kansas City and New England) has played a full game yet, so the injuries are just lingering from the preseason.
So you fell in love with the whole “zero RB” strategy in your fantasy draft and now you find yourself with a roster full of wide receivers and tight ends. That’s all fine and dandy, but just exactly who should you start or sit in Week 1?
After what seemed like an eternity, Week 1 of the NFL season and, more importantly, fantasy football season is finally upon us. This means it’s back to figuring out who to start and who to sit each week, hopefully without pulling out your hair.
Week 1 of the fantasy football season has officially arrived and although many of us feel comfortable with our starting lineups post-draft there may be some depth issues and lineup questions. Rankings based on matchup and week can help make tough decisions, well, less tough I suppose.