Fantasy Football

2018 Fantasy Football Week 2 Rankings

on

Wow, what a Week 1 we had. We saw Aaron Rodgers play on one leg and lead his team back from 20-0 to win 24-23. We saw a rookie, Sam Darnold go into Detroit and help lead his team to a blowout victory. Then we saw the Browns almost get their first victory in almost two full seasons but instead tied the Steelers.

Speaking of the Browns-Steelers game, did you see how much the Steelers missed Le’Veon Bell? You didn’t? Oh, wait, me neither. James Conner rushed for 135 yards, two touchdowns and caught six passes for 57 more.

In my honest opinion if you are a Conner owner you trade him or try to acquire Bell. It depends on your team makeup on whether or not you can hold Bell for possibly 10 weeks, but you would at least be guaranteed to have one of them for the entire season.

2018 Fantasy Football Week 2 Rankings

Each week I will be giving some notes for things you will want to keep an eye on as the week progresses. It will be mostly injury related, but anything that could affect the rankings, that we know about, will be mentioned. Then you can come back and review the rankings as lineup lock get closer.

  • Le’Veon Bell watch continues. Hopefully, if you are an owner of him you were able to snag James Conner. As mentioned above, he appears to be able to handle the workload.
  • Leonard Fournette is questionable with a bad hamstring. T.J. Yeldon gets a big boost if he can’t go.
  • Aaron Rodgers is questionable even after being able to play in the second half of last weeks game.
  • Marquise Goodwin is questionable with a quad injury.
  • LeGarrette Blount is questionable with a knee injury. Theo Riddick and Kerryon Johnson will see more work if he is out.
  • Will Fuller is expected to play after missing Week 1 with a hamstring injury, but it is not official yet.


Check out the rest of our 2018 Fantasy Football content from our great team of writers.

About Joe Bond

Not just another "Average Joe" when it comes to Fantasy Sports, he is the fantasy brain trust behind the up-and-coming FantasySixPack.net website. He has been spreading his love and addiction of fantasy sports there and many other sites including SoCalledFantasyExperts.com, FantasyPros.com, and FanDuel.com. Joe has finished as the No. 5 Fantasy Football Draft Ranker on Fantasy Pros in 2014, while being the No. 1 QB ranker for in-season during 2016. He has also finished in the top-15 twice for Fantasy Baseball Draft Rankings. You can find him on Twitter, @F6P_Joe, where he is waiting by the keyboard for your question.

Recommended for you