Weekly Fantasy Football – Week 2 Wide Receiver Picks

Weekly Fantasy Football – Week 2 Wide Receiver Picks

1. Andre Johnson

Johnson didn’t have a great fantasy week in week 1, but it was a result of the Texans getting an early lead on the Colts with a couple of short touchdown runs, and not needing throw the ball. Johnson is an elite player that will put up big stats all year, especially when the Texans open the offense up more. The Dolphins pass defense was terrible in week 1, giving up a record breaking night to Tom Brady. Although they should play better, Matt Schaub will pick apart Miami’s secondary, going heavily to his favorite target, Johnson.

2. Calvin Johnson

The Lions are a popular sleeper pick, and for good reason. As long as they stay healthy, Stafford to Johnson will be nearly unstoppable. They beat down a solid Tampa Bay defense (although the numbers weren’t amazing), and both players will have a big game against a defense that couldn’t stop Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Chiefs defense could be even softer this week after losing safety Eric Berry to a torn ACL.

3. Greg Jennings

The Packers offense is flat out unstoppable, and they could flex more this week against a poor Carolina pass defense. The only worry from a fantasy perspective is they have so many weapons, any individual could have an off week because his teammates score too much. However, Jennings is Aaron ค่าคอมแทงบอล ufabet Rodgers number one target and he should have a solid week.

4. Miles Austin

Even against a great Jets pass defense, Austin still had 90 yards and a touchdown. He should exceed that against a bad San Francisco defense that needed two late kick returns to overcome a poor Seattle team. Romo will have a bounce back game, and I expect the entire Cowboys offense to put up a lot of fantasy points in week 2.

5. Brandon Lloyd

The Broncos are a bad team, but they will stay relevant for one more week by beating up on an even worse Bengals team. Brandon Lloyd lead the NFL in receiving yards last year and he will still put up a lot of yards before the Broncos decide they need to switch quarterbacks every play.

Sleeper: Mike Wallace